The National Children's Advocacy Center can bring training to you. Choose from one of our standard trainings or design your own. If you need training on a topic that is not listed below, please contact us. Our experienced training professionals can provide excellent training opportunities on many topics. For more information, contact Amy Garrison.
- Balancing Evidence-Based Practice with the Needs of the Child in a Forensic Interview
- Child Forensic Interviewing: Current Research, Issues, and Controversies
- Update to the NCAC Child Forensic Interview Structure 2016
- Training, Supervision, and Peer Review of Child Forensic Interviewers
- Facilitated Forensic Interview Peer Review
- Beyond One Interview: Deciding When and How to Conduct a Second Interview
- Interviewing Children about Repeated Abuse
- It’s About Time: Children’s Memory and Abilities
- Developmentally Sensitive Forensic Interviewing
- Interviewing Preschoolers
- Strategies for Forensic Interviews with Adolescents
- Interviewing Children Who Witness Homicide and Other Forms of Violence
- Polyvictimization and the Need for Comprehensive Interviews
- Questioning of Children in Judicial Proceedings
- Effective Interviewing and Communication Skills with Children with Disabilities
- Interviewing Children Who Have Not Made a Prior Disclosure
- Interviewing the Reluctant Child
Fees for customized trainings are based on a flat-rate, which fluctuates with the length and nature of the training desired, plus expenses (air and/or ground transportation, lodging, per diem, etc.). Contracts and fees are negotiated prior to the training.
Faculty includes top professionals and presenters in the field of child maltreatment, who are specifically chosen to meet the needs of the requested customized training session. Meet the Trainers.