Digital Dialogues

Digital Dialogues

Our Digital Dialogues provide an opportunity for participants to engage directly with one or more experts in key topics in the field. Each 45-minute discussion is accompanied by additional resources for exploring the issue more fully.

Recent Digital Dialogues

Addressing the Systemic Inequities that Stand in the Way of Children's Well-Being

Poverty, race, culture, or zip code should not predetermine a child’s school and life success. This digital dialogue explored the historical roots and current practices and policies that may lead to racial disparities (e.g., conflation of effects of poverty and neglect/abuse) within early childhood and child welfare.(47:34)



Preventing and Healing from Secondary Traumatic Stress: Taking an Organizational Approach

Maine Behavioral Healthcare is working with child and family-serving organizations across the state of Maine, implementing practices and protocols for workers experiencing secondary traumatic stress. Learn how organizations can help their workforce stay strong for the children and families they serve by acknowledging, responding to, and helping workers process secondary traumatic stress. (41:10)

All Children—All Families: Improving Practice For and With LGBTQ+ Youth and Families

The Human Rights Campaign is working with hundreds of child welfare systems across the nation to build new and inclusive practices for LGBTQ+ youth and families. Learn more about the effective innovations being put into practice and tools you can use to shift practice in your own program and system. (47:11)

Recorded Digital Dialogues

Child Abuse Prevention

Community Engagement

Families Impacted by Incarceration

Fatherhood

Resilience and Well-being

Trauma and Healing

Workforce Support