Veterans Memorial Center, 203 E 14th Street, Davis CA 95616
The Quincy Solution
Best Practices that Dramatically Reduce
Domestic Violence Crime & Child Abuse
Keynote: BARRY GOLDSTEIN* Author, Expert
Opening: Jean Jordan, Former DA
Special Guest Invitees:
California Senators Lois Wolk & Ricardo Lara;
Yolo County Supervisor Jim Provenza; District Attorney Jeff Reisig; Assistant District Attorney Jonathan Raven
Building Resilience in Yolo County - Jane Stevens & Tracy Fauver
Family Justice Centers in Yolo and Solano Counties
*Barry Goldstein is a nationally recognized domestic violence author, speaker and expert. Barry is the co-editor with Dr. Mo Therese Hannah of Domestic Violence, Abuse and Child Custody and co -author with Elizabeth Liu of Representing The Domestic Violence Survivor. He is currently working on a book for the general public that will change how society responds to domestic violence. Not A Private Matter: Ending the $500 Billion Abuser Subsidy provides a realistic plan to drastically reduce domestic violence crimes and 500 billion reasons to do so.
9:30a ~ Opening by Moderator, Laurie Jones, JD and Sen. Lois Wolk, Suprv. Jim Provenza
10am ~ Special Guest, Jean Jordan, former DA
10:30 ~ Keynote Speaker, author Barry Goldstein
12:p ~ Lunch, Networking, Exhibits
12:45 ~ Jane Stevens, ACE, Tracy Fauver, CASA
1:45p ~ Inter-agency Coordination Panels
3:00p ~ Sen. Ricardo Lara, CA legislation
3:30p ~ 15 min break
3:45p ~ Inter-agency Coordination Panels, Q&A
4:45p ~ Closing song James & Matthieu Jean-Pierre
21h Annual Northern California Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Conference
The Quincy Solution : Best Practices
that Dramatically Reduce DV Crime & Child Abuse
April 12, 2015 - 9:30am to 5:00pm
This workshop is appropriate for therapists, survivors, counselors, teachers, school administrators, criminal justice, soc. services workers, clergy, business owners, & anyone interested in learning more about trauma-informed/resilience-building practices.
Psychologists, MFTs, social workers, & counselors, earn up to 6.5 CEUs.
Nurses earn up to 2.75 CEUs.
To register for CE credits (at cost) go to www.mothers-of-lost-children.com for more info, or use the mail-in form below.
1. Identify 2 new & effective D.V. prevention practices from "The Quincy Solution" developed in Quincy, MA.
2. Explain 2 D.V. impacts & costs in their communities.
3. Explain how to incorporate 2 „best practices‟ into their current D.V. prevention practices.
4. Explain the economical advantages of 2 best practices.
5. Identify 2 ACEs & their short & long-term consequenc-es on physical, mental, & social health, & how they can be passed down through generations.
5. Explain how the brain & body are „plastic‟ & how re-search is providing pathways to prevent & reduce the effects of ACEs.
7. Explain how pediatricians, public health depts, home-
less shelters, courts, prisons, hospitals, clinics, faith-
based communities, cities & towns are implementing trau-ma-informed practices to prevent ACEs & stop traumatiz-ing already traumatized people.
8. Explain how Yolo Co. CASA is incorporating ACE‟s find-ings into their practices.
9. List 2 different responsibilities & requirements placed on local government agencies investigating D.V. allegations.
10.Identify & explain benefits of 2 current efforts being made to coordinate these public agencies‟ responsibilities.
11.Explain 2 functions of interagency coordination & multi-disciplinary panels.
12.Explain the legislative process & how to support pro-posed legislation.
13.Identify how to initiate new legislative proposals.
If you don’t want CEU’s, the conference is FREE! Show up without registering, anonymously if you choose.
The Quincy Solution: Best Practices that Dramatically Reduce DV Crime & Child Abuse
Conference, April 12, 2015 9:30am—5pm
Onsite CE credits (up to 6.5 CEUs) cost $55 at-the-door at 8:45am or $45 in advance using Paypal online at
This conference is co-sponsored by The Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma (IVAT) at Alliant International University. IVAT is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. APA is recognized as an approved organization to offer continuing education credits for LCSWs and MFTs. IVAT maintains responsibility for this continuing education program and its content. IVAT is recognized by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) to offer continuing education for National Certified Counselors (Provider #5659). IVAT adheres to NBCC Continuing Education Guidelines. IVAT is approved by the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences (PCE #33) to offer continuing education for LCSWs and MFTs. This training meets the qualifications for up to 6.5 hours of continuing education for MFTs and LCSWs as required by the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences. IVAT is approved by the California Board of Registered Nurses to offer continuing education for nurses (CEP #13737). IVAT is approved by the State Bar of California to offer Minimum Continuing Legal Education for attorneys (#11600). CE credits approved by CA agencies are accepted in most states. For information on continuing education, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the link above to view a google docs powerpoint presentation by Jane Stevens on April 28, 2012. Jane explained the CDC's ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Studies, and how different communities are implementing ACE concepts to help children. The ACE studies prove that child sexual abuse as well as other types of traumatic childhood events prevent healthy development and have become a public health emergency.
Child Rescue Emergency:
We have an opportunity to ask all 50 Governors and President Obama to declare a State of Emergency for the purpose of rescuing hundreds of thousands of American children that are being sexually abused, tortured and raped. Thanks to new internet technologies, their locations are known, and even plotted on maps. If you saw the child next door being raped, you'd call 911, and help would be sent. But no first responders have been sent to rescue these children. If a State of Emergency is declared, funding the rescue of these children can be madethepriority of each state's government. Why should floods or hurricanes be more important than rescuing children from sexual slavery?
Please go to the Not One More Child website ASAP. You can watch a two minute video with Elizabeth Smart and Alicia Kozakiewicz first, or you can go straight to the action by scrolling down on the scroll bar in the center of the Not One More Child page. For more information on this urgent campaign, you can also go to PROTECT.org website. Please take action now!
By bearing witness to the sexual abuse crimes committed against us and our children, and/or speaking out as adult survivors, the Incest Survivors Speakers Bureau of California is a catalyst for change by:
Bringing into focus the face of the child who still suffers sexual abuse,
Carrying the message that all of us in society are damaged by this crime,
Advocating for reform: partnering with supportive government, non-profit, and corporate entities to achieve the common goal of protecting children from abuse,
Serving as an information resource for our community,
Encouraging and supporting other survivors,
Facilitating our own healing, thus sending the message that healing is possible.
In 1993, several women in Yolo County, California, attended a workshop held in San Francisco at the Breaking the Silence/Breaking the Cycle conference on sexual abuse recovery. Speaker-playwright Libbe Halevy spoke about the need for survivors to become active in their communities by forming speakers bureaus to inform the public about the profound effects of incest.
A grassroots effort created the ISSB, whose members today speak publicly to raise awareness about the devastating emotional, physical, behavioral, medical, and societal aftereffects of child sex abuse.
From 1993-1994 we simply called ourselves The ISSB. From 1995-May 2009 we called ourselves ISSB of Yolo county. We began to have members in many other counties in California, so, finally, in May 2009, we changed our name to ISSB of California.
ISSB California Officers
Andrea Ransdell, Executive Director and Founding Member Treva Kelly,Legislative Director
ISSB Advisory Board
Sandy Dubois, Founding Member Abby Hamilton, Social Worker and Founding Member Marla Stuart, Founding Member Kathy Dreyer,Founding Member
Video of 2011 Conference might some day be Posted
Dr. Colin Ross and Rhonda Begos both gave permission for us to post video footage of the Seventeenth Annual Northern California Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Conference which took place on April 30th, 2011, in Davis, California
Trauma Model therapy for Child Sexual Abuse a full day workshop featuring Dr. Colin Ross, of the Ross Institute in Texas, http://www.rossinst.com/, and Rhonda Begos of Rhonda Begos Speaks, http://www.rhondabegos.com Volunteers are actually still working on this, and we will post the video and or audio, hopefully, sometime in the future.
ISSBIncest Survivors Speakers Bureau of California
Mailing Address: ISSB, P.O. Box 74366, Davis, CA 95617