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CASCW is committed to connecting child welfare professionals to relevant and accessible training resources. CASCW brings you the latest in research, policy, and practice via the CASCW Podcast. The podcast covers a wide range of topics and will feature interviews with researchers, policy makers, frontline child welfare workers, community members, youth, and many others.

The podcast is available at https://cascw.umn.edu/podcasts/.


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Episode 15: It Takes a Village: Interview with Tracy Shoberg

Barry, Korina; Shoberg, Tracy (2020-07-14)
In this episode Korina chats with Tracy Shoberg, Deputy Director of the SAFeR Project, Battered Women’s Justice Project. During our conversation, Tracy shares what we know about intimate partner violence and domestic ...

Episode 14: It Takes a Village: Interview with Dr. Amy Krentzman

Barry, Korina; Krentzman, Amy (2020-07-01)
In this episode Korina chats with Dr. Amy Krentzman, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota School of Social Work. During our conversation, Dr. Krentzman shares what we know about addiction recovery support ...

Episode 13: It Takes a Village: Interview with Cheri Goodwin

Barry, Korina; Goodwin, Cheri (2020-06-24)
In this episode Korina chats with Cheri Goodwin, Director of Red Lake Children and Family Services. Cheri shares with us some history of Red Lake Nation as well as how Red Lake has responded and navigated the pandemic so ...

Episode 12: It Takes a Village: Interview with MyVoice Youth Leaders

Barry, Korina; MyVoice of Ampersand Families (2020-06-17)
In this episode Korina chats with Armanda and John of MyVoice. MyVoice, of Ampersand Families, is a youth leadership program for and by young people impacted by the foster care and adoption system. Armanda and John share ...

Episode 11: It Takes a Village: Interview with Mary Harrison

Barry, Korina; Harrison, Mary (2020-06-09)
In this episode Korina chats with Dr. Mary Harrison, Research Associate at the Center for Early Education and Development, University of Minnesota. During our conversation, Mary shares more about her research on reflective ...

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