CIP Webinars and Trainings Recordings



2022 Virtual Convening Sessions

All breakout sessions were held twice, only the first session is linked to here. If prompted for a password, please use 2022Convening. 

April 25th, 2022 

Plenary and Opening Session

Breakout 1: 4 Questions, 7 Judges 

Breakout 1: There is no such thing as a baby: How separation trauma devastates infant and child development 

Breakout 1: Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Safety-Based Decision Making in Action

Afternoon Remarks, Keynote, and Plenary 

Breakout 2: "YOU" can LEAD (Learn. Explore. Act. Discover) for Racial Justice

Breakout 2: A Stress-Responsive Approach to Productive Conversations on Race, Equity, and Inclusion

Breakout 2: Centering a Trauma-Informed and Connectedness Practice 

April 26, 2022

Opening Remarks and Keynote 

Breakout 3: Best Practices for Multidisciplinary Staffings 

Breakout 3: I don't think I can do this anymore; building your resilience to stay in the game

Breakout 3: ICWA compliance beyond checking boxes 

Closing Remarks and Keynote 

Breakout 4: Leading with the Brain

Breakout 4: Using Continuous Quality Improvement Systems to Focus your Best Practice Court Team

Breakout 4: You Hold the Cards: Adopting a District Plan is the Cornerstone of Successful Systems Change 

2023 Virtual Convening Sessions

If prompted for a password, use Ccyf2023 for all recordings 

Pre-Convening Sessions 

Family First Independent Assessment Process & QRTP Lifetime Limits Waivers

April 24th 

Opening Remarks & Keynote, "What We Want You to Know"

From Theory to Practice: The Right of Colorado Children/Youth in D&N Court Proceedings 

Meaningfully Engaging Lived Experts in Court Improvement Efforts 

Project Foster Power's YOUth Can Campaign 

Building Individual and Systemic Resilience in the Dependency and Neglect Courts 

Client-Directed Legal Representation for Youth-Early Lessons and Youth Perspective 

Using Procedural Justice to Create a Trauma-Informed Courtroom 

Afternoon Remarks & Keynote 

Assessing Equity in Child Welfare 

Family Separation- Collective Cultures Perspective 

Finding Equitable Solutions to Combat Inequities for Parents/Guardians with Disabilities 

Using Cultural Humility to Cultivate Relationships with Tribal Families and Communities 

April 25th 

Welcome and Keynote

Lessons for Courts from Implementation Science 

Compassion Fatigue- The Consequences of Caring 

Building a Team to Last 

Afternoon Remarks and Keynote

Influencing Child Resilience Through Protective Factors

Utilizing CQI & Collaboration in Community Engaged Evaluation to Promote Family Well-Being

Safety-Based Decision-Making in Action