Developmental Pathways: Blogs By Linda Cordisco Steele, MEd LPC – National Children’s Advocacy Center Skip to content

The field of Child Forensic Interviewing is evolving. So, our approach to training forensic interviewers is evolving as well. The NCAC Developmental Pathways approach provides direction, emphasize areas for essential skill development, and highlight multiple areas of necessary competence.

The four pathways are (1) skill development, (2) supervision and mentoring, (3) working within the system, and (4) special issues.

Linda Cordisco Steele, MEd LPC explains the reasoning and approach for this shift in training, along with the types of trainings now being offered by the NCAC:

What’s up with the changes in Advanced Forensic Interview Training?
What is NCAC’s Pathways Model?
Skills Development Pathway