Monthly Webinar Registration

HMA Webinar
Wednesday, December 15, 2021
11:30am to 1:30pm
Trina Nudson, LBSW, JD
A Paradigm Shift from Being Right to Getting it Right
2 KS CDRE Hour – Approved
2 KS CLE Hour – Approved

Once you register and pay, you will be sent the Zoom link the day before the webinar.

A Paradigm Shift from Being Right to Getting it Right

Trina A. Nudson of The Layne Project, Inc and My Child Advocate, PA will show the award winning short film, “Tommy,”  the emotionally-charged story of a young boy and his imaginary friend caught in the middle of a nasty custody battle, and will engage participants in a collaborative, innovative and transformative discussion (CIT) in how to create a paradigm shift from being right to getting it right in the domestic court arena.  Participants will have a private screening of a short, 17 minute film, followed by an open dialogue of the trials and tribulations of a legal professional and mediator in the domestic arena along with how to help families see their way through the domestic court process without losing sight of their children.

Learning Outcome:

Define trauma and trauma responses, and recognize how they impact litigants and legal professionals in the domestic court arena; Understanding how memory is impacted by trauma, how such may impact your clients version of the truth, and how to best manage a case based on this truth; Exploring sanctuary trauma and understanding how the institutional judiciary system can be retraumatizing families.  Conceptualizing a family law system that supports parents in internalizing a paradigm shift from being right to getting it right

BIO: Trina Nudson, LBSW, JD

Trina A. Nudson founded The Layne Project, Inc. in 2008 after working eight (8) collective years in the field of Social Work and Family Law. This unique agency was founded alongside Trina’s law practice, My Child Advocate, PA. She continues to maintain her licenses as a social worker and attorney. While attending law school, Trina worked in the Child in Need of Care Division of the District Attorney’s office in Topeka, and prior to that she held a position as foster care social worker with Kansas Children’s Service League. She also served as a juvenile corrections officer, juvenile intake counselor and case manager, and truancy diversion officer. Her passion for helping children is what led her to founding both companies. In addition to being a licensed social worker and attorney, Trina is also a trained and certified mediator, conciliator, parenting coordinator and domestic case manager through the State of Kansas, and is trained as a certified divorce coach and conflict management coach. She is currently a member of the Kansas Bar Association, Johnson County Bar Association, Johnson County Family Law Inn of Court, Juvenile Bench Bar, Supervised Visitation Network, and Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. Trina is also trained in collaborative law. Trina’s education background includes a J.D. and Bachelors Degree from the University of Kansas. She earned her BSW in 1998, and later that year received her BGS in Human Development and Family Life with an emphasis on Delinquency and Juvenile Justice.   Trina graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2003.

Future Webinars Scheduled for 2021 & 2022: 3rd Wednesday every month: Start time: 11:30am

At this time the HMA website will only accept one webinar registration at a time.

Please let me know if you are interested in presenting a webinar. Thank you!

  • January 12,2022/ Domestic Violence (CLE & CDRE) Kansas Attorney General Office – Lauren Fournier, JD, MSW

December: Two-hour webinar pricing:
HMA Member: $40
Non-HMA Member: $70
Full Time Student: $20


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