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Webinar Archive: Child Trauma and Juvenile Justice: Prevalence, Impact and Treatment

This webinar reviewed the prevalence, impact, and treatment of trauma for youth involved in the juvenile justice system. The presenter was Dr. Gene Griffin, a professor in the Northwestern University medical school’s department of psychiatry. During the webinar, Dr. Griffin reviewed the role of trauma screening and assessment and the current state of treatment responses in the recovery process for juvenile justice-involved youth who have experienced trauma.

To watch a recording of the webinar, click here.

To download the PowerPoint…

Past Event
December 11, 2013, 8:00am

This webinar reviewed the prevalence, impact, and treatment of trauma for youth involved in the juvenile justice system. The presenter was Dr. Gene Griffin, a professor in the Northwestern University medical school’s department of psychiatry. During the webinar, Dr. Griffin reviewed the role of trauma screening and assessment and the current state of treatment responses in the recovery process for juvenile justice-involved youth who have experienced trauma.

To watch a recording of the webinar, click here.

To download the PowerPoint slides, click here.


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