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New Mexico Family Advocacy Program

New Mexico Family Advocacy Program

NMFAP Resource Library by Past Training Session


Session 14: Interdisciplinary Practice from the Center for Family Representation
Eden Karnes, LMSW and Julie Suh, Esq.

Center for Family Representation

Session 13: Release of Information

Session 12: Psychotropic Medications in CW
Janice M. Penn, PhD, APRN-BC

Session 11: Cultural Competency
Brenda Quinones, LCSW and Kee Straits, PhD

Session 10: Legal Advocacy
Kathryn Brock, LMSW and Leslie Jones, JD

Session 9: Clinical Case Management
Caitlin DiFiore, LMSW, NMFAP Lead Social Worker

Session 8: Washington State's Interdisciplinary Program
Brett Ballew

Frank E. Vandevort, Robin Pott Gonzalez, & Kathleen Coulborn Faller

Session 7: Mental Health Issues in Abuse & Neglect Cases
Susan K. Burns, LCSW

Session 6: Impact of Changes to Federal Law in CW Practice
Beth Gillia, Director, Corinne Wolfe Center for Child & Family Justice
Family First Prevention Services Act; Child Welfare Policy Manual: IV-E Reimbursement for Legal Representation of Children & Parents

Session 5: Parent Mentors
Queva Hubbard, Lead NMFAP Parent Mentor

Session 4: Incorporating Trauma Responsive Care in Interdisciplinary Practice
Deanna VanBuren, Yuval Berger, and Kimberly Fauss

Shawn C. Marsh, Dr. Alicia Summers, Alicia DeVault, & Guillermo Villalobos

Cristen Conley, JD, CWLS

Kathy Thompson, Iowa CIP; Allison McKenzie, Architect NCSC; Alicia Davis, CBCC; Melissa Gueller, CBCC; Eva Klain, CBCC; Scott Trowbridge, CBCC

Session 3: Psychosocial, Developmental, and Mental Health Obstacles to Parental and Family Success
Susan K. Burns, LCSW

Session 2: Individuals with Disabilities Act
6 Principles to Understanding IDEA

Session 1: Colorado's Interdisciplinary Parent Representation Model
Jill Cohen, LSW