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Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
Interviewing Children with ADHDKim Madden, MANCAC-W-047
Creating a Trauma-Informed System: The Important Collaboration Between CACs and the CourtsChris Newlin, MS LPC and Judge Lynn Tepper, J.D.NCAC-W-046
It’s a Crisis for Me Too! Helping Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual AbuseJeffrey Wherry, PhD and Mindy JacksonNCAC-PPT-021
It Really Didn’t Happen – Recantations of Child Sexual AbuseAndra Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-045
Why Parents Don’t Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPCNCAC-W-039
What Every Prosecutor Needs to Know about Forensic InterviewingMary Sawicki, J.D. and Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPCNCAC-W-035
Using Solid Research to Enhance Your Communications ProgramBarbara Nash, APRNCAC-W-006
The NCAC Extended Forensic Interview Model: Rationale and Key ComponentsLinda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPCNCAC-W-012
The Medical Evaluation for Sexual Abuse: What MDT Members Need to KnowRanee Leder, MD, FAAPNCAC-W-019
Suggestibility: Sources of Error in Children TestimonyJason Dickinson, PhDNCAC-W-043
Strategies for Gathering Details when Children Experience Repeated AbuseAndra K. Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-037
Sexually Transmitted Infections in Child Sexual AbuseKaren Farst, M.D.NCAC-W-010
Research on the Use of Human Figure Drawings in Forensic InterviewsJason Dickinson, PhDNCAC-W-038
Poly-victimization: Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of VictimizationHeather A. Turner, BA PhD and Sherry Hamby, PhDNCAC-W-016
Outcomes Framework for CACs/MDTsCym Doggett, MSWNCAC-W-041
Memories Hold Hands: Understanding Historical Trauma and Unresolved Historical Grief in American Indian / Alaska Native Communites Kathryn England Aytes, Ed.D., M.SNCAC-W-031
Interviewing Victims of Violence and Homicide – Understanding Homicide Through the Eyes of a ChildAndra Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-002
Intervene: Identifying and Responding to America’s Prostituted YouthElizabeth Scaife, BANCAC-W-013
Impacts on Disciplines and Generations on MDT Collaboration and CommunicationKim LearNCAC-W-044
How to be a Super WitnessAndrew Agatston, PCNCAC-W-032
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPCNCAC-W-034
Forensic Interviewing of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims at Children’s Advocacy CentersIona Rudisill, LGSWNCAC-W-030
Finding the Evidence for Evidence-Based Practice: Using the Child Abuse Library Online (CALiO) Muriel K. Wells, MA, MLISNCAC-W-040
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) CasesTanisha Knighton, PhDNCAC-W-036
Asking Children about Time and NumberThomas Lyon, PhDNCAC-W-042
Advocating for the Advocate: The Role of the CAC DirectorKaren Hill, MSNCAC-W-033
Safety Planning for Domestic Violence: The VIGOR and other family-centered approachesSherry Hamby, PhDNCAC-ATE-011
50 Shades of the Impact of PornographyCordelia Anderson, MANCAC-ATE-010
Promoting Sex-Wise Parenting: The role of intra-family sexuality education in keeping kids sexually safe and healthyJanet Rosenzweig MS, PhD, MPANCAC-ATE-009
Adolescents Who Sexually Abuse: Helpful Information for ProfessionalsJacque Page, PsyDNCAC-ATE-008
Managing Vicarious TraumaJon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhDNCAC-ATE-007
The Foundations for Understanding Vicarious TraumaJon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhDNCAC-ATE-006
Compliant Child Victims: Confronting an Uncomfortable RealityKen LanningNCAC-ATE-005
Rethinking Sexual Violence Prevention: Innovations With Bystanders, The Internet & Youth Serving OrganizationsKeith Kaufman, PhD, Dr. John Foubert, PhD, Elizabeth Griffin, MANCAC-ATE-004
How to Develop Effective Messages and Get Them Covered by the MediaBarbara F. Nash, APRNCAC-ATE-003
Exploring the Vulnerabilities of LGBTQQ Youth: An Open DiscussionElda Dawber, LICSWNCAC-ATE-002
“I Just Knowed It”: What Can We Expect From Our Youngest Witnesses?Linda Cordisco Steele, M. Ed, LPCNCAC-ATE-001
The 10 Lies You Learn Growing Up With Domestic Violence and the Truths to Set You FreeBrian F. MartinNCAC-W-029
Strengths-Based Trauma-Informed ServicesKevin Powell, PhDNCAC-W-028
Interviewing Bilingual, Non-English Speaking, and Limited English Proficient ChildrenMaria Rosales-Lambert, BANCAC-W-027
Are Children in Therapy More Likely to be Poly-victims?Sherry Hamby, PhDNCAC-W-026
Prevention of Poly-victimizationSherry Hamby, PhDNCAC-W-025
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children 101Sandy Skelaney, MANCAC-W-024
Poly-victimization Among Children and Youth with DisabilitiesHeather A. Turner, PhDNCAC-W-023
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse in Youth-Serving OrganizationsDeborah Callins, MA Ed & Beth Jackson, MANCAC-W-022
Creating Treatment Models for Poly-victimizationVictoria Banyard, Ph.D. & Heather A. Turner, PhDNCAC-W-021
How to Assess Poly-victimization in Your Work – Approaches & ToolsSherry Hamby, PhD & Heather A. Turner, PhDNCAC-W-020
The Medical Evaluation for Sexual Abuse – What MDT Members Need to KnowM. Ranee Leder, M.D., FAAPNCAC-W-019
Why Some Bounce Back and Some Never Do – Resilience in Those Who Experience Childhood AbusePat Stanislawski, BSNCAC-W-018
Creating a Trauma Informed Multidisciplinary TeamKaren Hangartner, LGSWNCAC-W-017
Poly-victimization – Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of VictimizationHeather Turner, PhD & Sherry Hamby, PhDNCAC-W-016
Engaging Resistant Caregivers in the TF-CBT Treatment ProcessKelly L. Wilson, LCSWNCAC-W-015
Caught in the Crossfire – How the Abuse of Animals Co-Occurs with Family ViolenceAllie Phillips, J.D.NCAC-W-014
Intervene – Identifying and Responding to America’s Prostituted YouthElizabeth Scaife, BANCAC-W-013
The NCAC Extended Forensic Model: Rationale and Key ComponentsLinda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPCNCAC-W-012
Understanding How Social Networking Sites Are UsedMike DuffeyNCAC-W-011
Sexually Transmitted Infections in Sexual AbuseKaren Farst, MDNCAC-W-010
Patterns and Trends in the Online Victimization of ChildrenKathleen HarrisNCAC-W-009
Consensual But UnlawfulAndra K. Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-008
Drug Endangered ChildrenKaren Farst, MDNCAC-W-007
Using Solid Research to Enhance Your Communications Program: 3 Studies on Public Awareness of Child Abuse That Can Help Your Fundraising and Public Outreach EffortsBarbara F. Nash, APRNCAC-W-006
Overcoming Barriers to Protecting Children From Sexual AbuseRobin Castle, BS, MSNCAC-W-005
Declining Rates of Child Sexual Abuse and What This Really MeansLisa Jones, PhD & Marck Chaffin, PhDNCAC-W-004
Friend Me: Why Facebook, Twitter & Social Networking Matter to Your OrganizationAdam C. Rosenberg, Esq.NCAC-W-003
Interviewing Victims of Violence/Homicide: Understanding Homicide Through the Eyes of a ChildAndra K. Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-002
Prevention: The Ultimate Victim AdvocacyCordelia Anderson, MANCAC-W-001
Children with Disabilities: Challenges, Strategies, and ResourcesHarold Johnson, BS, M.Ed, Ed. DNCAC-PPT-004
Children’s Advocacy Centers Safety AssessmentJim HollerNCAC-OT-014
Burns in Pediatric AbuseJonathan Thackeray, MDNCAC-OT-013
Best Practices in the Treatment of Abused Children and Their FamiliesBen Saunders, PhDNCAC-OT-030
Children’s Advocacy Centers: A Model for Improving the System’s Response to Child AbuseNancy Chandler, MSWNCAC-OT-001
Collaboration, Consistency & Cultural CompetencyCarroll Ann Ellis, MSNCAC-OT-009
Child Development 101Allison DeFelice, PhDNCAC-OT-007
Child Abuse Investigations in Meth Lab CasesTim AhumadaNCAC-OT-006
First Responder Contact in a Child Abuse InvestigationJim Holler & Julie Kenniston, MSW, LSWNCAC-PPT-018
The Biology of ResilienceJohn Stirling, MDNCAC-PPT-017
Institution-Based Child Sexual AbusePaul Steele, PhDNCAC-PPT-016
Healthcare Needs of the Child Victim of Commercial Sexual ExploitationJordan Greenbaum, MDNCAC-PPT-015
From Crime Scene to the Courtroom: Telling the Story to the JuryBarry Matson, JDNCAC-PPT-014
A Pebble in the Pond: Factors in Multi-Generational, Childhood Sexual Abuse VictimizationTamara Hillard, LICSWNCAC-PPT-013
The Role of Cultural Competency in Effective Consumer Service DeliveryKenneth Anderson, MS, NCCNCAC-PPT-012
Understanding and Investigating Child PornographyJoe Laramie, BS & Ron LaneyNCAC-PPT-011
Four W’s and an H: Addressing the Who, What, Where, When and How of Child Assessment/Interview TechnologyCraig Burger, BSNCAC-PPT-010
I’ll Show You Mine if You Show Me Yours: Treating Child Sexual Behavior ProblemsParis Goodyear-Brown, LCSW, RPT-SNCAC-PPT-008
Most Common Mistakes Made in Forensic Interviews and How to Fix ThemLinda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC, and Heather Stewart MANCAC-PPT-007
Why is this Child so Skinny? Understanding Failure to ThriveDeborah Lowen, MDNCAC-PPT-006
It’s About Time: Children’s Ability vs. The Team’s Need to KnowAndra Chamberlin, MANCAC-PPT-005
The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: Identification, Intervention, and CollaborationDawn Thompson, MA, Sandy Skelaney, MA, Maria Clara RodriquezNCAC-PPT-003
Homicide: A Practical Guide to Working with Families of Homicide VictimsHeidi Potter, BA and Keri Wallace, MA, LMHCNCAC-PPT-002
Recognizing Violence as a Household Pattern – Overlap of Intimate Partner Violence, Child Abuse, and Animal AbuseTara Harris, MDNCAC-PPT-001
Crawford for InterviewersJohn E.B. Myers, J.D.NCAC-OT-035
Technology Facilitated Crimes Against Children: Internet Lures and the Dangers of Social Networking SitesRichard Love, BANCAC-OT-034
Human Trafficking: The Three P’s: Protection, Prosecution, & PreventionRobin Sax, JDNCAC-OT-032
Preparing Your Child for Kindergarten: Readiness Activities and Skills for SuccessChris Lowedell & Julie Yockel, MSNCAC-OT-031
Winning in court: Taint & Crawford, The Dual DilemmaPaul Tressler, JD & Ron Laney, MANCAC-OT-029
Shattered Heart: When Adolescents Sexually Abuse Within Their FamilyJacqueline Page, PsyDNCAC-OT-028
Providing Leadership in a Multidisciplinary EnvironmentKaren Hangartner, LGSWNCAC-OT-027
Pornography: The Pink Elephant of PreventionCordelia Anderson, MANCAC-OT-026
Intimate Partner Violence: A Pediatric Issue?Jonathan Thackeray, MDNCAC-OT-025
Victim Assistance: Preparation and Support for Children in Criminal ProceedingsJeannette M. AdkinsNCAC-OT-023
Trial Strategies in Child Protection CasesVictor Vieth, J.D.NCAC-OT-022
Abusive Head Trauma Evidence: Admissibility at TriaJustin Fitzsimmons, JDNCAC-OT-012
The CPS Worker: Making a Case for SafetyJim HollerNCAC-OT-010
Opening Statements and Closing Arguments in Child Sexual Abuse CasesJeffrey Brickman, JDNCAC-OT-004
Interviewing Preschool ChildrenLinda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed, LPCNCAC-OT-003
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
Using Solid Research to Enhance Your Communications ProgramBarbara Nash, APRNCAC-W-006
Outcomes Framework for CACs/MDTsCym Doggett, MSWNCAC-W-041
Impacts on Disciplines and Generations on MDT Collaboration and CommunicationKim LearNCAC-W-044
Advocating for the Advocate: The Role of the CAC DirectorKaren Hill, MSNCAC-W-033
How to Develop Effective Messages and Get Them Covered by the MediaBarbara F. Nash, APRNCAC-ATE-003
Using Solid Research to Enhance Your Communications Program: 3 Studies on Public Awareness of Child Abuse That Can Help Your Fundraising and Public Outreach EffortsBarbara F. Nash, APRNCAC-W-006
Friend Me: Why Facebook, Twitter & Social Networking Matter to Your OrganizationAdam C. Rosenberg, Esq.NCAC-W-003
Children’s Advocacy Centers Safety AssessmentJim HollerNCAC-OT-014
Children’s Advocacy Centers: A Model for Improving the System’s Response to Child AbuseNancy Chandler, MSWNCAC-OT-001
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
Creating a Trauma-Informed System: The Important Collaboration Between CACs and the CourtsChris Newlin, MS LPC and Judge Lynn Tepper, J.D.NCAC-W-046
Why Parents Don’t Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPCNCAC-W-039
Strategies for Gathering Details when Children Experience Repeated AbuseAndra K. Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-037
Intervene: Identifying and Responding to America’s Prostituted YouthElizabeth Scaife, BANCAC-W-013
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPCNCAC-W-034
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) CasesTanisha Knighton, PhDNCAC-W-036
Exploring the Vulnerabilities of LGBTQQ Youth: An Open DiscussionElda Dawber, LICSWNCAC-ATE-002
The CPS Worker: Making a Case for SafetyJim HollerNCAC-OT-010
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
Forensic Interviewing of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims at Children’s Advocacy CentersIona Rudisill, LGSWNCAC-W-030
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) CasesTanisha Knighton, PhDNCAC-W-036
50 Shades of the Impact of PornographyCordelia Anderson, MANCAC-ATE-010
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children 101Sandy Skelaney, MANCAC-W-024
Intervene – Identifying and Responding to America’s Prostituted YouthElizabeth Scaife, BANCAC-W-013
Healthcare Needs of the Child Victim of Commercial Sexual ExploitationJordan Greenbaum, MDNCAC-PPT-015
The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: Identification, Intervention, and CollaborationDawn Thompson, MA, Sandy Skelaney, MA, Maria Clara RodriquezNCAC-PPT-003
Human Trafficking: The Three P’s: Protection, Prosecution, & PreventionRobin Sax, JDNCAC-OT-032
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
Interviewing Children with ADHDKim Madden, MANCAC-W-047
It Really Didn’t Happen – Recantations of Child Sexual AbuseAndra Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-045
What Every Prosecutor Needs to Know about Forensic InterviewingMary Sawicki, J.D. and Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPCNCAC-W-035
The NCAC Extended Forensic Interview Model: Rationale and Key ComponentsLinda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPCNCAC-W-012
Suggestibility: Sources of Error in Children TestimonyJason Dickinson, PhDNCAC-W-043
Strategies for Gathering Details when Children Experience Repeated AbuseAndra K. Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-037
Research on the Use of Human Figure Drawings in Forensic InterviewsJason Dickinson, PhDNCAC-W-038
Interviewing Victims of Violence and Homicide – Understanding Homicide Through the Eyes of a ChildAndra Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-002
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPCNCAC-W-034
Forensic Interviewing of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims at Children’s Advocacy CentersIona Rudisill, LGSWNCAC-W-030
Asking Children about Time and NumberThomas Lyon, PhDNCAC-W-042
“I Just Knowed It”: What Can We Expect From Our Youngest Witnesses?Linda Cordisco Steele, M. Ed, LPCNCAC-ATE-001
Interviewing Bilingual, Non-English Speaking, and Limited English Proficient ChildrenMaria Rosales-Lambert, BANCAC-W-027
Engaging Resistant Caregivers in the TF-CBT Treatment ProcessKelly L. Wilson, LCSWNCAC-W-015
The NCAC Extended Forensic Model: Rationale and Key ComponentsLinda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPCNCAC-W-012
Interviewing Victims of Violence/Homicide: Understanding Homicide Through the Eyes of a ChildAndra K. Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-002
Four W’s and an H: Addressing the Who, What, Where, When and How of Child Assessment/Interview TechnologyCraig Burger, BSNCAC-PPT-010
Most Common Mistakes Made in Forensic Interviews and How to Fix ThemLinda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC, and Heather Stewart MANCAC-PPT-007
It’s About Time: Children’s Ability vs. The Team’s Need to KnowAndra Chamberlin, MANCAC-PPT-005
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
Research on the Use of Human Figure Drawings in Forensic InterviewsJason Dickinson, PhDNCAC-W-038
Intervene: Identifying and Responding to America’s Prostituted YouthElizabeth Scaife, BANCAC-W-013
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPCNCAC-W-034
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) CasesTanisha Knighton, PhDNCAC-W-036
Understanding How Social Networking Sites Are UsedMike DuffeyNCAC-W-011
Patterns and Trends in the Online Victimization of ChildrenKathleen HarrisNCAC-W-009
Collaboration, Consistency & Cultural CompetencyCarroll Ann Ellis, MSNCAC-OT-009
Child Abuse Investigations in Meth Lab CasesTim AhumadaNCAC-OT-006
First Responder Contact in a Child Abuse InvestigationJim Holler & Julie Kenniston, MSW, LSWNCAC-PPT-018
Understanding and Investigating Child PornographyJoe Laramie, BS & Ron LaneyNCAC-PPT-011
Technology Facilitated Crimes Against Children: Internet Lures and the Dangers of Social Networking SitesRichard Love, BANCAC-OT-034
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
Creating a Trauma-Informed System: The Important Collaboration Between CACs and the CourtsChris Newlin, MS LPC and Judge Lynn Tepper, J.D.NCAC-W-046
Suggestibility: Sources of Error in Children TestimonyJason Dickinson, PhDNCAC-W-043
Research on the Use of Human Figure Drawings in Forensic InterviewsJason Dickinson, PhDNCAC-W-038
How to be a Super WitnessAndrew Agatston, PCNCAC-W-032
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) CasesTanisha Knighton, PhDNCAC-W-036
Asking Children about Time and NumberThomas Lyon, PhDNCAC-W-042
From Crime Scene to the Courtroom: Telling the Story to the JuryBarry Matson, JDNCAC-PPT-014
Homicide: A Practical Guide to Working with Families of Homicide VictimsHeidi Potter, BA and Keri Wallace, MA, LMHCNCAC-PPT-002
Crawford for InterviewersJohn E.B. Myers, J.D.NCAC-OT-035
Trial Strategies in Child Protection CasesVictor Vieth, J.D.NCAC-OT-022
Abusive Head Trauma Evidence: Admissibility at TriaJustin Fitzsimmons, JDNCAC-OT-012
Opening Statements and Closing Arguments in Child Sexual Abuse CasesJeffrey Brickman, JDNCAC-OT-004
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
The Medical Evaluation for Sexual Abuse: What MDT Members Need to KnowRanee Leder, MD, FAAPNCAC-W-019
Sexually Transmitted Infections in Child Sexual AbuseKaren Farst, M.D.NCAC-W-010
The Medical Evaluation for Sexual Abuse – What MDT Members Need to KnowM. Ranee Leder, M.D., FAAPNCAC-W-019
Sexually Transmitted Infections in Sexual AbuseKaren Farst, MDNCAC-W-010
Burns in Pediatric AbuseJonathan Thackeray, MDNCAC-OT-013
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
It’s a Crisis for Me Too! Helping Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual AbuseJeffrey Wherry, PhD and Mindy JacksonNCAC-PPT-021
Memories Hold Hands: Understanding Historical Trauma and Unresolved Historical Grief in American Indian / Alaska Native Communites Kathryn England Aytes, Ed.D., M.SNCAC-W-031
Poly-victimization Among Children and Youth with DisabilitiesHeather A. Turner, PhDNCAC-W-023
Caught in the Crossfire – How the Abuse of Animals Co-Occurs with Family ViolenceAllie Phillips, J.D.NCAC-W-014
The Biology of ResilienceJohn Stirling, MDNCAC-PPT-017
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
Intervene: Identifying and Responding to America’s Prostituted YouthElizabeth Scaife, BANCAC-W-013
Promoting Sex-Wise Parenting: The role of intra-family sexuality education in keeping kids sexually safe and healthyJanet Rosenzweig MS, PhD, MPANCAC-ATE-009
Managing Vicarious TraumaJon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhDNCAC-ATE-007
Rethinking Sexual Violence Prevention: Innovations With Bystanders, The Internet & Youth Serving OrganizationsKeith Kaufman, PhD, Dr. John Foubert, PhD, Elizabeth Griffin, MANCAC-ATE-004
Prevention of Poly-victimizationSherry Hamby, PhDNCAC-W-025
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse in Youth-Serving OrganizationsDeborah Callins, MA Ed & Beth Jackson, MANCAC-W-022
Why Some Bounce Back and Some Never Do – Resilience in Those Who Experience Childhood AbusePat Stanislawski, BSNCAC-W-018
Consensual But UnlawfulAndra K. Chamberlin, MANCAC-W-008
Overcoming Barriers to Protecting Children From Sexual AbuseRobin Castle, BS, MSNCAC-W-005
Prevention: The Ultimate Victim AdvocacyCordelia Anderson, MANCAC-W-001
Children with Disabilities: Challenges, Strategies, and ResourcesHarold Johnson, BS, M.Ed, Ed. DNCAC-PPT-004
I’ll Show You Mine if You Show Me Yours: Treating Child Sexual Behavior ProblemsParis Goodyear-Brown, LCSW, RPT-SNCAC-PPT-008
Preparing Your Child for Kindergarten: Readiness Activities and Skills for SuccessChris Lowedell & Julie Yockel, MSNCAC-OT-031
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
It’s a Crisis for Me Too! Helping Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual AbuseJeffrey Wherry, PhD and Mindy JacksonNCAC-PPT-021
Why Parents Don’t Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPCNCAC-W-039
Advocating for the Advocate: The Role of the CAC DirectorKaren Hill, MSNCAC-W-033
Strengths-Based Trauma-Informed ServicesKevin Powell, PhDNCAC-W-028
Title of CoursePresenterCourse ID
Safety Planning for Domestic Violence: The VIGOR and other family-centered approachesSherry Hamby, PhDNCAC-ATE-011
Managing Vicarious TraumaJon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhDNCAC-ATE-007
The Foundations for Understanding Vicarious TraumaJon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhDNCAC-ATE-006

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