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December 13, 2023 @ 8:30 am - 5:15 pm EST
Cost: $50 for non judges, magistrates, court staff. For judges, magistrates, court staff, the event is free with that discount code.
Registration: Registration is capped at 100 to keep the event interactive
Please Note: Judges and court staff who wish to attend please contact Paola Pana at PanaP@flcourts.orgfor a special discount code which waives the registration fee.
WORKSHOP: TRAUMA IN FAMILY COURT
The purpose of the workshops is to create and sustain a partnership between the local court, local practitioners, and psychological and local resources to create trauma-informed family courts in each circuit. The target audience will include judges and magistrates who hear domestic relations cases, family law attorneys, and court staff. The goal of the event is to better serve Florida’s families and future by cultivating trauma-informed and trauma-responsive domestic relations courts. This interactive workshop will address the impact of toxic stress, adverse childhood experiences, resiliency, self-care technology, and guiding principles for family courts.
Summary Learning Objectives
- Create and sustain a partnership between the local Court, local practitioners, and psychological and local resources to create a trauma-informed family court.
- Explain how a trauma informed court can have a positive life-long effect on children.
- List three possible outcomes for children whose parents are in high conflict with each other
- Identify three sources of trauma and adverse childhood experiences of families (parents and children) that cause parents to enter into Florida’s family courts.
- Explain three ways resiliency can be used to help reduce trauma in families involved in Florida’s family courts.
- Identify three things that you (the participant) and three things that the family court system can start or stop doing to reduce trauma in the family court system
|Welcome & Introductions
|Overview of Trauma
|Break & Mindful Minute
|Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
|Toxic Stress & Trauma Responsive Courts
|Lunch & Mindful Minute
|Resiliency and Self-Care Technology
|The 10 C’s and the Guiding Principles
|Break & Mindful Minute
|Planning Session & Activities – Breakout by Profession
|Planning Session & Activities – Cross-Profession Breakout
|Closing Remarks / Thank Yous / Surveys / Next Steps
CJE, CLE, and CEU applied for
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The business of the Family Law Section, whether informal or formal, shall not be recorded in any manner, through any medium, at any time by any participants without the prior written consent from the Section Chair. However, if you are a person with a disability who needs accommodations in order to participate in Section activities, you are entitled to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Family Law Section Chair at least seven (7) days before the event to request accommodations.