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Kathryn Ford

Director of Clinical Supervision

Center for Court Innovation

HQ Phone:  (646) 386-3100

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Center for Court Innovation

520 8Th Avenue 18Th Floor

New York City, New York,10018

United States

Company Description

The Center for Court Innovation provides hands-on, expert assistance to reformersâ€"judges, attorneys, criminal justice officials, and community organizationsâ€"around the world. The Center provides guidance on assessing public safety problems and crafting wor...more

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Tribal Justice | Center for Court Innovation

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Kathryn Ford, Children and Families Specialist
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Collaboration - Safe Havens

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Supervised Visitation: What Courts Should Know When Working With Supervised Visitation Programs by Samantha Moore and Kathryn Ford, Center for Court Innovation (2006).


Presenters Biographies - 15th National Indian Nations Conference

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Kathryn Ford is a Senior Associate at the Center for Court Innovation and addresses the issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse through needs assessment research, dissemination of best practices, and the provision of training and technical assistance, including through the center’s Tribal Justice Exchange.
She has published articles in Sexual Assault Report, Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly, and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s The Voice, and has conducted training workshops for more than four thousand participants from multiple disciplines. Ms. Ford also conducts trauma-focused individual and group therapy and provides court support services through the Child and Adolescent Witness Support Program at the Bronx District Attorney’s Office. Prior to joining the center, Ms. Ford was a social worker in Safe Horizon’s Supervised Visitation Program at Bronx Family Court and an intern in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office’s Counseling Services Unit. She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology from Tufts University and a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University, and is certified in rape crisis counseling.


Staff | Center for Court Innovation

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Kathryn Ford As Children and Families Specialist at the Center for Court Innovation, Kathryn Ford, LCSW provides training and technical assistance to state and tribal justice systems through both the Tribal Justice Exchange and the Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, and Family Court Programs team. This includes assisting with community needs assessment, development and dissemination of best practices, authoring publications, and providing support around justice program development and management. Ms. Ford has published articles in Sexual Assault Report, Family & Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly, and NCADV's The Voice, authored several Center publications, and conducted training workshops for over 4,000 participants from multiple disciplines. Ms. Ford also provides trauma-focused therapy and court support services to children, teens, and their caregivers through the Center's Child and Adolescent Witness Support Program, which is located at the Bronx District Attorney's Office. Prior to joining the Center, Ms. Ford was a social worker in Safe Horizon's Supervised Visitation Program at Bronx Family Court and an intern in the Kings County District Attorney's Office's Counseling Services Unit. She received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Sociology from Tufts University and a Master's in Social Work from Columbia University, and is certified in Rape Crisis Counseling.


Presenters Biographies

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Kathryn Ford is a Senior Associate at the Center for Court Innovation, where she addresses the issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse through needs-assessment research, dissemination of best practices, and the provision of training and technical assistance, including through the center's Tribal Justice Exchange.
She has conducted training workshops for more than 3,000 participants from multiple disciplines. Kathryn also conducts trauma-focused individual and group therapy and provides court support services through the Child and Adolescent Witness Support Program at the Bronx District Attorney's Office.


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