PRESENTED BY: Jackie Burke, Jackie Burke Psychology & Consulting
Jackie Burke, Jackie Burke Psychology & Consulting presents ‘Working with People who have experienced Sexual Violence’ at the ‘New ways of working: Queensland Gendered Violence Practitioner Forum’ hosted by QCDFVR in Brisbane.
Jackie is a registered psychologist with 20 years’ experience in counselling and consultancy services. She has worked in remote Australia, regional and metropolitan NSW, and until recently directed national programs for people affected by sexual, domestic and family violence. She has received awards for her research work and is a sought after speaker and trainer on topics including trauma, vicarious trauma, clinical supervision, and sexual, domestic and family violence.
PRESENTED BY: Graham Barnes, Battered Women’s Justice Project
This presentation was delivered by Graham Barnes (a resource specialist with the Battered Women’s Justice Project in Minneapolis, Minnesota) at the recent ‘Developing Integrated Responses to Domestic and Family Violence in Australia: The Next Step’ Forum, in Brisbane. This forum was proudly hosted by Queensland Domestic Violence Services Network (QDVSN) and sponsored by QDVSN and QCDFVR and supported by Queensland Government.
Graham Barnes has been a resource specialist with the Battered Women’s Justice Project in Minneapolis, Minnesota since 2005. He consults with federal grantees nationally on developing their coordinated community response to domestic violence, trains for professional institutes such as the Office on Violence Against Women, presents internationally through The Advocates for Human Rights and other agencies, and teaches Duluth’s Creating a Process of Change For Men Who Batter Curriculum. Graham has co-authored a number of written resources for practitioners, including the 2011 version of the men’s curriculum.
PRESENTED BY: Hon. Shaun Floerke
This presentation was delivered by Hon. Shaun R Floerke (District Court Judge, Duluth, Minnesota) at the recent ‘Developing Integrated Responses to Domestic and Family Violence in Australia: The Next Step’ Forum, in Brisbane. This forum was proudly hosted by Queensland Domestic Violence Services Network (QDVSN) and sponsored by QDVSN and QCDFVR and supported by Queensland Government.
Judge Floerke is a district court judge of the 6th Judicial District of Minnesota, chambered in Duluth. He was appointed to the bench July 2004. Before taking the bench he served as a lead prosecutor, litigation attorney in a private law firm, and as a senior attorney in government civil litigation.
Judge Floerke founded and presides over the South St. Louis County DWI Court, one of four National Center for DWI Courts Academy Courts in the nation. He is the founding and presiding judge of the Duluth Domestic Violence Restorative Circles Intervention. He serves as Co-Chair of the Minnesota Treatment Court Initiative and is a past member of the Minnesota Judicial Council, the governing body for the judiciary in Minnesota. He trains judges and other professionals on domestic violence issues nationally with the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) and also with the Duluth Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP).