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Mental Health Issues & the New York State Courts 2018: Why Trauma Matters to Judges and Lawyers

Publication Date: May 2018 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: na Page Count: 344 pages

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Chapter 1: Why Trauma Matters to Judges and Lawyers: Program Overview (March 22, 2018) Carol Fisler ~ Consultant, Mental Health/Criminal Justice Collaborations, Center for Court Innovation
Chapter 2: Trauma’s Influence on the Lawyer-Client Relationship Sara E. Gold ~ Clinical Law Instructor, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Chapter 3: Responding to Trauma Among Young Men of Color: Adapting the Crown Heights Approach for Your Community Kenton Kirby ~ Director of Clinical and Trauma Support Services, Crown Heights Community Mediation Center, Center For Court Innovation
Katie Crank ~ Center For Court Innovation
Chapter 4: Judicial Perspectives on the Role of Trauma on Court Participants and Their Behavior Marcia P. Hirsch ~ Presiding Justice, Queens Supreme Court
Chapter 5: Adverse Community Experiences and Resilience: A Framework for Addressing and Preventing Community Trauma Carol Fisler ~ Consultant, Mental Health/Criminal Justice Collaborations, Center for Court Innovation
Howard Pinderhughes ~ Prevention Institute
Myesha Williams ~ Prevention Institute
Rachel A. Davis ~ Prevention Institute
Chapter 6: Brain, Body, Behavior: Understanding Trauma and its Relevance to the Courts Anthony K. Waters ~ Deputy Director of Mental Health Correctional Services, NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation
Chapter 7: Human Trafficking Intervention Courts: Why Trauma-Informed Courts Are Necessary for Survivors of Trafficking Toko Serita ~ New York City Criminal Court, Queens County
Chapter 8: Trauma-Informed Lawyering: Philosophical Framework and Concrete Strategies Sara E. Gold ~ Clinical Law Instructor, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Chapter 9: The Pedagogy of Trauma-Informed Lawyering (Spring 2016) Christine Edwards ~ Assistant Deputy Counsel, Office of Policy and Planning, NYS Unified Court System, Office of Court Administration
Deeya Haldar ~ Drexel University
Sarah Katz ~ Temple Law
Chapter 10: Essential Components of Trauma-Informed Judicial Practice: What Every Judge Needs to Know About Trauma Marcia P. Hirsh ~ Queens Supreme Court
Chapter 11: Ten Things Every Juvenile Court Judge Should Know About Trauma and Delinquency Carol Fisler ~ Consultant, Mental Health/Criminal Justice Collaborations, Center for Court Innovation
Carly B. Dierkhising ~ National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Kristine Buffington ~ National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Shawn C. Marsh ~ National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Chapter 12: Professional Quality of Life Scale Carol Fisler ~ Consultant, Mental Health/Criminal Justice Collaborations, Center for Court Innovation
Chapter 13: Vicarious Trauma: The Professional’s Response to Traumatic Material Andrew P. Levin ~ Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons
Chapter 14: Secondary Traumatic Stress: A Fact Sheet for Child-Serving Professionals Carol Fisler ~ Consultant, Mental Health/Criminal Justice Collaborations, Center for Court Innovation
Chapter 15: Dealing with the Effects of Trauma—A Self-Help Guide Carol Fisler ~ Consultant, Mental Health/Criminal Justice Collaborations, Center for Court Innovation
Chapter 16: Dealing with Behavioral Health Concerns and the Impact of Trauma: An Ethical Issue for Attorneys Mary Elizabeth Hennen-Anderson ~ Managing Director, Urban Justice Center Mental Health Project
Chapter 17: Barbara F. Smith, Going Up River: Lawyer Discipline, Lawyer Assistance and the Legal Profession’s Response to Lawyer Alcoholism Carol Fisler ~ Consultant, Mental Health/Criminal Justice Collaborations, Center for Court Innovation
Chapter 18: Job-Related Fatigue: Ethical Concerns for Lawyers and Judges Mary Elizabeth Hennen-Anderson ~ Managing Director, Urban Justice Center Mental Health Project
Chapter 19: New York City Lawyer Assistance Program Brochure Carol Fisler ~ Consultant, Mental Health/Criminal Justice Collaborations, Center for Court Innovation
Chapter 20: Alcohol & Drug Use Questionnaire—NYC Bar Lawyer Assistance Program Carol Fisler ~ Consultant, Mental Health/Criminal Justice Collaborations, Center for Court Innovation
Chapter 21: Relevant Citations: Mental Health Issues & the New York State Courts 2018
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