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Message ID: 8668
Date: 2010-10-20

Author:Janet Murray

Subject:RE: advice

Please check the Violence Institute of New Jersey at this web address: http://www.umdnj.edu/vinjweb/about/staff.htm I would contact Dr. Susan Furrer, Executive Director for more detail. Janet Murray DYFS Office of Adolescent Practice and Permanency 609.633.7517 ________________________________ From: bounce-7114131-6840659@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-7114131-6840659@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Elissa Brown Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2010 1:43 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: advice Hi, All: A professor of law and I (professor of psychology) are trying to develop a course curriculum on the definitions, prevalence, consequences, rights, and services for child and adult victims of violence. If you have access to any syllabi, would you please share with us? Thanks, Dr. Brown Elissa J. Brown, Ph.D. Founder and Executive Director, The PARTNERS Program Professor of Psychology, St. John's University The PARTNERS Program Healing Children after Trauma www.stjohns.edu/partners Join us at a Celebration to Benefit New York Kids on November 15th! To support our efforts, visit us at www.stjohns.edu/partners . ________________________________ This E-mail, including any attachments, may be intended solely for the personal and confidential use of the sender and recipient(s) named above. This message may include advisory, consultative and/or deliberative material and, as such, would be privileged and confidential and not a public document. Any Information in this e-mail identifying a client of the Department of Human Services or the Department of Children and Families is confidential. If you have received this e-mail in error, you must not review, transmit, convert to hard copy, copy, use or disseminate this e-mail or any attachments to it and you must delete this message. You are requested to notify the sender by return e-mail.

Please check the Violence Institute of New Jersey at this web address: http://www.umdnj.edu/vinjweb/about/staff.htm I would contact Dr. Susan Furrer, Executive Director for more detail. Janet Murray DYFS Office of Adolescent Practice and Permanency 609.633.7517 ________________________________ From: bounce-7114131-6840659list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-7114131-6840659list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Elissa Brown Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2010 1:43 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: advice Hi, All: A professor of law and I (professor of psychology) are trying to develop a course curriculum on the definitions, prevalence, consequences, rights, and services for child and adult victims of violence. If you have access to any syllabi, would you please share with us? Thanks, Dr. Brown Elissa J. Brown, Ph.D. Founder and Executive Director, The PARTNERS Program Professor of Psychology, St. John's University The PARTNERS Program Healing Children after Trauma www.stjohns.edu/partners Join us at a Celebration to Benefit New York Kids on November 15th! To support our efforts, visit us at www.stjohns.edu/partners . ________________________________ This E-mail, including any attachments, may be intended solely for the personal and confidential use of the sender and recipient(s) named above. This message may include advisory, consultative and/or deliberative material and, as such, would be privileged and confidential and not a public document. Any Information in this e-mail identifying a client of the Department of Human Services or the Department of Children and Families is confidential. If you have received this e-mail in error, you must not review, transmit, convert to hard copy, copy, use or disseminate this e-mail or any attachments to it and you must delete this message. You are requested to notify the sender by return e-mail.