NADCP 2022 Materials

 

Presentation Speaker

A Deeper Dive into Risk, Need, & Responsivity

Dr. Marlowe

Breaking the Cycle: Addressing the Ripple Effects of Incarceration and Parental Addiction

Jeanette Betancourt w/ Sesame Street

Carrying the Weight: The impact of Fines & Fees on Participants

James Eberspacher and Carol Venditto

Racial differences in Drug Court Referral, admission, and Graduation Rates: Using the Equity & Inclusion Assessment Tool

Kathryn Genthon and Dr. Marlowe

Discovery, Dropout Prevention versus Recovery, Relapse Prevention: Doing Treatment and Change, not Doing Time

Dr. David Mee-Lee

Taking Stock of Treatment Courts After 30 Years: the Good, Bad, the Misunderstood

Dr. Marlowe

Five Key Principles in Helping People Change: Implications for Policies and Practices in Drug and Treatment Courts

Dr. David Mee-Lee

The Future of Treatment Courts: Building on Success, Adapting to Change

Aaron Arnold

Guiding Treatment Courts Towards Equity by Utilizing Gender-Responsive Treatment and a Split Gender Court Model

Deanna England and Tessa Smith

Five Key Principles in Helping People Change: Implications for Policies and Practices in Drug and Treatment Courts

Dr. David Mee-Lee

Discovery, Dropout Prevention versus Recovery, Relapse Prevention: Doing Treatment and Change, not Doing Time (ACCEPT)

Dr. David Mee-Lee

So, we’re not supposed to use jail: What do we do instead? Handout

Dr. Shannon Carey and Helen Harberts

PRINCIPLES OF HARM REDUCTION

NADCP

Implementing Multiple Tracks in Your Treatment Court Program

Dr. Shannon Carey and Judge Peggy Davis

Implementing Trauma Informed Practices Courtroom

Chanson Noether, Jennifer Johnson, and Judge Marcia Hirsch

Improving Outcomes through Communication

Dr. David Mee-Lee and Robert Kehoe

Importance of Skill Building in Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts

Dr. Martha-Elin Blomquist, and Elisha Harris

Improving Outcomes Through Multidisciplinary Team Communication- Handout

Dr. David Mee-Lee and Robert Kehoe

Low-Cost/ No-Cost Incentives: Motivating Change on a Budget

Judge Diane Bull

Practical Implications of Peer Recovery Support in Treatment Courts

Erin Etwaroo and Dr. Jaqueline van Wormer

Practical Implications of Peer Recovery Support in Treatment Courts

Panel Discussion

Recovery Capital and Treatment Courts: A New Approach to Improve Client Improve Client Outcomes

Dr. Jaqueline van Wormer

So, we're not supposed to use jail: What do we do instead?

Dr. Shannon Carey and Helen Harberts

The Times They Are A-Changin': A Judge and Psychiatrist Unpack Critical Issues for Treatment Courts

Chief Justice Tina Nadeau and Dr. David Mee-Lee

Trauma Informed Approach for Every Role: maximizing Team Members’ Effectiveness in Interpersonal Interactions

Dr. Brian Meyer, Dr. Shannon Carey, and Helen Harberts

UNDERSTANDING TEAM ROLES Exploring Our Roles, Duties & Ethical Obligations

Judge Diane Bull and Helen Harberts

Termination should be the ONLY thing you can do, or the absolute LAST thing you do- Handout

Judge Diane Bull

Words to live by: avoid professional malpractice by remembering your scope of practice!

Helen Harberts

 

 

2022 Virtual Statewide Idaho Treatment Court Conference Information and Materials

 

< Conference Agenda

< 2022 Idaho TXC Conference Evaluation-Day One

< 2022 Idaho TXC Conference Evaluation-Day Two

< 2022 Idaho TXC Conference Certificate of Attendance

< Acceptance Speech from Judge Ronald Wilper for the 2022 Daniel T. Eismann Award for Excellence in Treatment Courts

< A Tribute Video to our Friend and Colleague Rich Neu

 

 

Session and Faculty Recordings, Materials, and Faculty Information

 

Roles of Team Members
Speakers: Judge Mary Jane Knisely and James Eberspacher

 

 

Judge Mary Jane Knisely:

Biography

 

Materials:

Fillable Learning Assessment

Team Roles

 

Video:

Team Roles (MP4 Download)

 

 

Probation is from Mars and Treatment is from Venus
Speakers: Paul Meigio and Ryan Porter

 

 

Paul Meigio:

Biography

 

Materials:

Presentation (Power Point)

 

Video:

Probation is from Mars and Treatment is from Venus (MP4 Download)

 

 

Conflict Prevention & Management in Treatment Courts
Speakers: Alex Casale and Heather Kulp

 


Alex Casale:

Biography


Materials:

Presentation (Power Point)
NHADT Report (PDF)
Recommendations Supplement (PDF)

 

Video:

Conflict Prevention & Management in Treatment Courts (MP4 Download)

 

 

Program Termination
Speaker: Helen Harberts, M.A., J.D

 

 

Helen Harberts, M.A., J.D:

Biography

 

Materials

Termination in Treatment Courts (Power Point)

List of Sanctions and Incentives

 

Video:

Termination (MP4 Download)

 

 

Emotional Intelligence
Speaker: Laura Guilliam, Ph.D. Candidate, Business, Benedictine University

 

 

Laura Guilliam, Ph.D.:

Biography

 

Materials:

Increasing Individual & Team Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

 

Video:

Increasing Individual and Team Emotional Intelligence (MP4 Download)

 

 

Tall Cop Says Stop!
Speaker: Jermaine Galloway

 

 

Jermaine Galloway:

Website: www.tallcopsaysstop.com/contact
Biography

Materials:

Google Drive PDF Webinar Materials (MP4 Download)

 

 

Trauma Integrated Treatment
Speaker: Sonia Fry, Clinical Director at Preferred Child and Family Services

 

 

Materials:

Trauma Integrated Treatment

 

Video:

Trauma Integrated Treatment (MP4 Download)

 

 

Using Carrots to Make it Stick!
Delivering Incentives and Sanctions in the Court Room for Lasting Change
Speaker: Shannon Carey

 

 

Shannon Carey:

Biography

 

Materials:

Using Carrots to Make it Stick!

How to Implement Fun, Effective Evidences-based Incentives on a Shoestring Budget

 

Video:

Using Carrots to Make it Stick! Delivering Incentives and Sanction in the Court Room (MP4 Download)

 

Click here to watch our Idaho Drug Court Public Service Announcement

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To learn more visit: www.allrise.org



The goals of Treatment Courts are to reduce the overcrowding of jails and prisons, to reduce alcohol and drug abuse and dependency among criminal and juvenile offenders, to hold offenders accountable, to reduce recidivism, and to promote effective interaction and use of resources among the courts, justice system personnel and community agencies.


 

To find out more:
Taunya Jones
Director,
Justice Services Division
(208) 947-7438