Training Videos and Webinars

Training Videos and Webinars



How to Start a Hospital-based Violence Intervention Program from Youth ALIVE! on Vimeo.


Healing Justice Alliance Webinars

  • Interpersonal Violence and Hospital-Based Intervention (November 30, 2016): Participants on this webinar to learned more about the value of hospital-based violence intervention programs, gained resources for implementing such initiatives, and heard from staff at essential hospitals and national organizations that are working in this area. *Note: this webinar requires membership login*
  • Outreach Strategies to Reduce Community Violence: Working with High-Risk Individuals (November 9, 2016): In this session, participants will learn evidence-based strategies for working with high-risk individuals to reduce their risk of involvement in community violence. The webinar will be presented by R. Brent Decker, Chief Program Officer, and Ricardo “Cobe” Williams, National Coordinator, from Cure Violence.
  • Performing Power: Trauma, Control, and the Pressures of Masculinity (September 14, 2016): This webinar delves into the way people, particularly men, internalize beliefs around gender and how the pressures of performing masculinity interact with feelings of self-esteem, shame, control, and coping with trauma. Connections between masculinity and violence will be explored, including strategies for creating safe and healing spaces for all people that acknowledge intersectional identities, struggle, and resilience.
  • Beyond the Data: Telling Your Story (July 13, 2016): In this session you will learn how to incorporate story elements to support advocates’ messages and frames. Story elements include visuals, sound or media bites, “authentic voices” or spokespeople who can deliver messages to specific targets, and social math, which helps bring visual context to data, statistics or trends.
  • Inequities of Violence (May 11, 2016): The Burns Institute will provide an analysis of the inequities of violence and explain how to eliminate racial and ethnic disparity by building a community-centered response to youthful misbehavior that is equitable and restorative.  Their approach is unique and based on the belief innovation comes from the bottom and influences those at the top. That’s why they work with decision makers at the local level to affect change that transforms juvenile justice systems near and far. Join the Burns Institute to learn more about the inequities of violence and how to successfully address these and provide high-risk youth with a safer, healthier future.
  • Learn How to Change the Discourse (March 9, 2016): Monitoring the news helps us understand the public conversation around violence and identify opportunities to change it. Join us to learn how to monitor news about violence, analyze it, disseminate it strategically to your networks, and capitalize on opportunities to move the conversation toward solutions.
  • Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care (January 13, 2016)


2011 NNHVIP Conference Sessions

Click on the links below to watch some of the popular sessions from the NNHVIP Conference which took place on April 28 & 29, 2011, in Oakland, Ca.

Trauma Informed Practice

One of the leaders of NNHVIP, the Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice at Drexel University, is offering a series of webinars on “Transforming Violence Intervention in Health Care through Trauma-Informed Practice” through the National Network to End Disparities (NNED). These sessions provide specific, practical guidance about trauma-informed practice to hospital-based and hospital-linked violence intervention programs to better address violence intervention in diverse communities. Recordings of these webinars are available on their website.