Why a Multidisciplinary Team Is Like a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich; and Other Child Advocacy Center Related Things You Might Be Interested In
This interactive workshop will explore the opportunities and challenges inherent in the child advocacy center/multidisciplinary team model and provide practical strategies for improving team collaboration, developing leadership skills and sustaining a healthy CAC. Participants will take home concrete tools for enhancing communication, improving case review, understanding and clarifying roles, addressing systems issues, and responding to conflict on teams.
Greg Flett , MSW, has a Masters degree in Clinical Social Work from Fordham University and has over 15-years experience working with child serving non-profit organizations throughout the US. Greg has served as director of CACs in New York and Colorado; and has worked closely with Multidisciplinary Teams across the United States (U.S.). Greg enjoys working with MDTs to strengthen collaboration, identify and address challenges and improve outcomes for children and families impacted by abuse. Greg has a strong focus on supporting MDTs to work more cooperatively by improving communication, clarifying roles and developing partnerships to accomplish shared goals. In his previous role, Greg served as an Outreach Coordinator for Northeast Regional CAC, providing training and technical assistance to CACs and MDTs throughout the Northeast U.S. Greg joined the National Children’s Advocacy Center and Southern Regional Children’s Advocacy Center in October of 2017. In his role as Senior Program Manager, Greg collaborates with experts throughout the country to develop resources and training aimed at increasing the quality and accessibility of services for child victims.