WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM EACH OTHER: The Intersection of Disciplines and Victims: A Panel Discussion of Select Systems Involved in Supporting and Protecting Child and Adult Victims of Violence

WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM EACH OTHER: The Intersection of Disciplines and Victims: A Panel Discussion of Select Systems Involved in Supporting and Protecting Child and Adult Victims of Violence, Room: Oklahoma H

Thursday - September 13, 2018: 1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.

This panel will present relevant information regarding the responsibilities of the legal, mental health, advocacy, and protective service systems, the barriers, best practices and what each system needs from the other to effectively assist victims. A case study will be reviewed with comment from the panel and audience input.


Discussion

Presenters

Gail Stricklin

Lawyer - Domestic Violence PARB in Oklahoma County Juvenile Court, Lawyers Against Domestic Violence in Oklahoma County and the Pro Se Waiver Docket Project

Judy Tarin Quezada

Legal Field Advocate - YWCA of Oklahoma City

Lauren K. Black

Child Welfare Specialist II - Oklahoma Department of Human Services

Tama Cochran

Licensed Clinical Social Worker - Private Practice

Lesley Smith March

Chief of the Victim Services Unit - Office of Attorney General

Bridget M. Childers

Partner - Reneau & Childers Law Firm