CACC – California Association of Collaborative Courts

2015 Conference Content

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April 23, 2015 – Day One

Drug Court Best Practice Standards for Collaborative Courts
Dr. Doug Marlow, National Association of Drug Court Professionals, Chief of Science, Policy and Law

High Risk-High Needs
Dr. Doug Marlowe, National Association of Drug Court Professionals, Chief of Science, Policy and Law

April 24, 2015 – Workshops

Assessing Family Needs in Collaborative Courts  Speaker – Dr. Nancy Young

Assessment of Complex Trauma   Speaker – Dr. Brian Meyer

Co-occurring Capable Courts Addressing Mental Health Issues in Drug Courts  Speaker-Judge Stephen Goss

Treatment of Complex Trauma  Speaker-Dr. Brian Meyer

Therapeutic Responses to Behavior – Part One  Speaker- Jane Pfeifer

Therapeutic Responses to Behavior – Part Two  Speaker- Jane Pfeifer

BJA Grants in a Post-Prop 47 Environment and Writing a Top Notch Grant Application – A Peer Reviewer’s POV  Speakers: Timothy Jeffries, Caroline Cooper & Dianne Marshall

DWI / Drug Court Research and Best Practices Speaker- Dr. Shannon Carey

Community Supervision and Support   Speaker- Mack Jenkins, CPO

Trauma and Substance Abuse in Military Families  Speaker- Dr. Brian Meyer

Making the Best Use of Incentives  Speakers: Dr. Shannon Carey, Judge Dave Nelson, Dianne Marshall

Research Outcomes from Dependency Drug Courts Across the United States  Speaker- Dr. Nancy Young

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