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Title of Course Presenter Course ID
50 Shades of the Impact of Pornography Cordelia Anderson, MA NCAC-ATE-010
A Pebble in the Pond: Factors in Multi-Generational, Childhood Sexual Abuse Victimization Tamara Hillard, LICSW NCAC-PPT-013
Abusive Head Trauma Evidence: Admissibility at Trial Justin Fitzsimmons, JD NCAC-OT-012
Advocating for the Advocate: The Role of the CAC Director Karen Hill, MS NCAC-W-033
Are Children in Therapy More Likely to be Poly-victims? Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-W-026
Asking Children about Time and Number Thomas Lyon, PhD NCAC-W-042
Best Practices in the Treatment of Abused Children and Their Families Ben Saunders, PhD NCAC-OT-030
Building Strong Brains: Tennessee’s ACE Initiative and The Role of Life Experiences in Shaping Brain Development Cary Rayson, MSW NCAC-W-051
Burns in Pediatric Abuse Jonathan Thackeray, MD NCAC-OT-013
Caught in the Crossfire – How the Abuse of Animals Co-Occurs with Family Violence Allie Phillips, J.D. NCAC-W-014
Child Development 101 Allison DeFelice, PhD NCAC-OT-007
Child Sexual Abuse 101 Andra K. Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-054
Children’s Advocacy Centers: A Model for Improving the System’s Response to Child Abuse Nancy Chandler, MSW NCAC-OT-001
Compliant Child Victims: Confronting an Uncomfortable Reality Ken Lanning NCAC-ATE-005
Consensual But Unlawful Andra K. Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-008
Crawford for Interviewers John E.B. Myers, J.D. NCAC-OT-035
Creating a Trauma Informed Multidisciplinary Team Karen Hangartner, LGSW NCAC-W-017
Creating a Trauma-Informed System: The Important Collaboration Between CACs and the Courts Chris Newlin, MS LPC and Judge Lynn Tepper, J.D. NCAC-W-046
Creating Treatment Models for Poly-victimization Victoria Banyard, Ph.D. & Heather A. Turner, PhD NCAC-W-021
Cultural Competency: Plays Well With Others Gina M. South, JD and Cristie Duhon, MPA NCAC-PPT-029
Engaging Resistant Caregivers in the TF-CBT Treatment Process Kelly L. Wilson, LCSW NCAC-W-015
Exploring the Vulnerabilities of LGBTQQ Youth: An Open Discussion Elda Dawber, LICSW NCAC-ATE-002
Finding the Evidence for Evidence-Based Practice: Using the Child Abuse Library Online (CALiO) Muriel K. Wells, MA, MLIS NCAC-W-040
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
First Responder Contact in a Child Abuse Investigation Jim Holler & Julie Kenniston, MSW, LSW NCAC-PPT-018
Forensic Interviewing of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims at Children’s Advocacy Centers Iona Rudisill, LGSW NCAC-W-030
Fractures in Infants and Children: Abuse, Accident, or Brittle Bones? Karen Farst, MD NCAC-PPT-034
Friend Me: Why Facebook, Twitter & Social Networking Matter to Your Organization Adam C. Rosenberg, Esq. NCAC-W-003
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-034
Healthcare Needs of the Child Victim of Commercial Sexual Exploitation Jordan Greenbaum, MD NCAC-PPT-015
How to Assess Poly-victimization in Your Work – Approaches & Tools Sherry Hamby, PhD & Heather A. Turner, PhD NCAC-W-020
How to be a Super Witness Andrew Agatston, PC NCAC-W-032
I Just Knowed It: What Can We Expect From Our Youngest Witnesses? Linda Cordisco Steele, M. Ed, LPC NCAC-ATE-001
Impacts on Disciplines and Generations on MDT Collaboration and Communication Kim Lear NCAC-W-044
Inquiring Minds Want to Know Maggi Hutchason, MEd NCAC-PPT-026
Interviewing Bilingual, Non-English Speaking, and Limited English Proficient Children Maria Rosales-Lambert, BA NCAC-W-027
Interviewing Children with ADHD Kim Madden, MA NCAC-W-047
Interviewing Preschool Children Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed, LPC NCAC-OT-003
Interviewing Victims of Violence and Homicide – Understanding Homicide Through the Eyes of a Child Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-002
It Really Didn’t Happen – Recantations of Child Sexual Abuse Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-045
It’s a Crisis for Me Too! Helping Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Jeffrey Wherry, PhD and Mindy Jackson NCAC-PPT-021
It’s About Time: Children’s Ability vs. The Team’s Need to Know Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-PPT-005
Law Enforcement’s Initial Response to Child Maltreatment National Children's Advocacy Center NCAC-PPT-036
Managing Vicarious Trauma Jon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhD NCAC-ATE-007
Memories Hold Hands: Understanding Historical Trauma and Unresolved Historical Grief in American Indian / Alaska Native Communites Kathryn England Aytes, Ed.D., M.S NCAC-W-031
Minimal Facts Interviews of Children Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-049
Most Common Mistakes Made in Forensic Interviews and How to Fix Them Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC, and Heather Stewart MA NCAC-PPT-007
Outcomes Framework for CACs/MDTs Cym Doggett, MSW NCAC-W-041
Poly-victimization – Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of Victimization Heather Turner, PhD & Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-W-016
Poly-victimization Among Children and Youth with Disabilities Heather A. Turner, PhD NCAC-W-023
Poly-victimization: Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of Victimization Heather A. Turner, BA PhD and Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-W-016
Preventing Employee Sexual Misconduct Toward Students Charol Shakeshaft, PhD NCAC-W-055
Prevention of Poly-victimization Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-W-025
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Cases Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-W-036
Research on the Use of Human Figure Drawings in Forensic Interviews Jason Dickinson, PhD NCAC-W-038
Research to Practice: Considerations for the MDT Approach to Recantation Jerri Sites, MA NCAC-W-048
Safety Planning for Domestic Violence: The VIGOR and other family-centered approaches Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-ATE-011
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Sentinel Injuries in Child Physical Abuse Kristin Garton Crichton, DO, MPH NCAC-PPT-027
Sexually Transmitted Infections in Child Sexual Abuse Karen Farst, M.D. NCAC-W-010
Sexually Transmitted Infections in Sexual Abuse Karen Farst, MD NCAC-W-010
Status of State Legislative Efforts to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Jetta Bernier, MA NCAC-PPT-025
Strategies for Gathering Details when Children Experience Repeated Abuse Andra K. Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-037
Strengths-Based Trauma-Informed Services Kevin Powell, PhD NCAC-W-028
Suggestibility: Sources of Error in Children Testimony Jason Dickinson, PhD NCAC-W-043
The 10 Lies You Learn Growing Up With Domestic Violence and the Truths to Set You Free Brian F. Martin NCAC-W-029
The Biology of Resilience John Stirling, MD NCAC-PPT-017
The Challenges of Tele-Mental Health: Technology & Cross-State Considerations Josh Kohrumel, MPH and Jonathan Neufeld, PhD NCAC-W-058
The Foundations for Understanding Vicarious Trauma Jon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhD NCAC-ATE-006
The Juxtaposition of Silence, Sexual Violence and Youth of Color Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-PPT-033
The Medical Evaluation for Sexual Abuse: What MDT Members Need to Know Ranee Leder, MD, FAAP NCAC-W-019
The NCAC Extended Forensic Interview Model: Rationale and Key Components Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC NCAC-W-012
The NCAC Extended Forensic Model: Rationale and Key Components Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC NCAC-W-012
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
Using Solid Research to Enhance Your Communications Program Barbara Nash, APR NCAC-W-006
What Every Prosecutor Needs to Know about Forensic Interviewing Mary Sawicki, J.D. and Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC NCAC-W-035
What’s Up Doc? Handling the Expert Witness at Trial Edward Chase, JD NCAC-W-059
When the Child Abuser Has a Bible: Investigating Abuse in Faith Communities Robert Peters, JD NCAC-PPT-035
Why is this Child so Skinny? Understanding Failure to Thrive Deborah Lowen, MD NCAC-PPT-006
Why Parents Don’t Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-039
Why Some Bounce Back and Some Never Do – Resilience in Those Who Experience Childhood Abuse Pat Stanislawski, BS NCAC-W-018
Working with Youth with Co-Occurring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Problematic Sexual Behaviors Jimmy Widdifield, Jr., MA NCAC-PPT-024
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Advocating for the Advocate: The Role of the CAC Director Karen Hill, MS NCAC-W-033
Building Strong Brains: Tennessee’s ACE Initiative and The Role of Life Experiences in Shaping Brain Development Cary Rayson, MSW NCAC-W-051
Children’s Advocacy Centers: A Model for Improving the System’s Response to Child Abuse Nancy Chandler, MSW NCAC-OT-001
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
Friend Me: Why Facebook, Twitter & Social Networking Matter to Your Organization Adam C. Rosenberg, Esq. NCAC-W-003
Impacts on Disciplines and Generations on MDT Collaboration and Communication Kim Lear NCAC-W-044
Outcomes Framework for CACs/MDTs Cym Doggett, MSW NCAC-W-041
Preventing Employee Sexual Misconduct Toward Students Charol Shakeshaft, PhD NCAC-W-055
Research to Practice: Considerations for the MDT Approach to Recantation Jerri Sites, MA NCAC-W-048
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Status of State Legislative Efforts to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Jetta Bernier, MA NCAC-PPT-025
The Challenges of Tele-Mental Health: Technology & Cross-State Considerations Josh Kohrumel, MPH and Jonathan Neufeld, PhD NCAC-W-058
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
Using Solid Research to Enhance Your Communications Program Barbara Nash, APR NCAC-W-006
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
A Pebble in the Pond: Factors in Multi-Generational, Childhood Sexual Abuse Victimization Tamara Hillard, LICSW NCAC-PPT-013
Abusive Head Trauma Evidence: Admissibility at Trial Justin Fitzsimmons, JD NCAC-OT-012
Best Practices in the Treatment of Abused Children and Their Families Ben Saunders, PhD NCAC-OT-030
Burns in Pediatric Abuse Jonathan Thackeray, MD NCAC-OT-013
Child Development 101 Allison DeFelice, PhD NCAC-OT-007
Children’s Advocacy Centers: A Model for Improving the System’s Response to Child Abuse Nancy Chandler, MSW NCAC-OT-001
Crawford for Interviewers John E.B. Myers, J.D. NCAC-OT-035
Cultural Competency: Plays Well With Others Gina M. South, JD and Cristie Duhon, MPA NCAC-PPT-029
First Responder Contact in a Child Abuse Investigation Jim Holler & Julie Kenniston, MSW, LSW NCAC-PPT-018
Fractures in Infants and Children: Abuse, Accident, or Brittle Bones? Karen Farst, MD NCAC-PPT-034
Healthcare Needs of the Child Victim of Commercial Sexual Exploitation Jordan Greenbaum, MD NCAC-PPT-015
Inquiring Minds Want to Know Maggi Hutchason, MEd NCAC-PPT-026
Interviewing Preschool Children Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed, LPC NCAC-OT-003
It’s a Crisis for Me Too! Helping Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Jeffrey Wherry, PhD and Mindy Jackson NCAC-PPT-021
Law Enforcement’s Initial Response to Child Maltreatment National Children's Advocacy Center NCAC-PPT-036
Most Common Mistakes Made in Forensic Interviews and How to Fix Them Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC, and Heather Stewart MA NCAC-PPT-007
Sentinel Injuries in Child Physical Abuse Kristin Garton Crichton, DO, MPH NCAC-PPT-027
The Biology of Resilience John Stirling, MD NCAC-PPT-017
The Juxtaposition of Silence, Sexual Violence and Youth of Color Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-PPT-033
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Creating a Trauma Informed Multidisciplinary Team Karen Hangartner, LGSW NCAC-W-017
Creating a Trauma-Informed System: The Important Collaboration Between CACs and the Courts Chris Newlin, MS LPC and Judge Lynn Tepper, J.D. NCAC-W-046
Exploring the Vulnerabilities of LGBTQQ Youth: An Open Discussion Elda Dawber, LICSW NCAC-ATE-002
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
Fractures in Infants and Children: Abuse, Accident, or Brittle Bones? Karen Farst, MD NCAC-PPT-034
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-034
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Cases Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-W-036
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Sentinel Injuries in Child Physical Abuse Kristin Garton Crichton, DO, MPH NCAC-PPT-027
Strategies for Gathering Details when Children Experience Repeated Abuse Andra K. Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-037
The Juxtaposition of Silence, Sexual Violence and Youth of Color Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-PPT-033
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
Why Parents Don’t Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-039
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
50 Shades of the Impact of Pornography Cordelia Anderson, MA NCAC-ATE-010
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
Forensic Interviewing of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims at Children’s Advocacy Centers Iona Rudisill, LGSW NCAC-W-030
Healthcare Needs of the Child Victim of Commercial Sexual Exploitation Jordan Greenbaum, MD NCAC-PPT-015
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Cases Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-W-036
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
The Juxtaposition of Silence, Sexual Violence and Youth of Color Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-PPT-033
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Asking Children about Time and Number Thomas Lyon, PhD NCAC-W-042
Engaging Resistant Caregivers in the TF-CBT Treatment Process Kelly L. Wilson, LCSW NCAC-W-015
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
Forensic Interviewing of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims at Children’s Advocacy Centers Iona Rudisill, LGSW NCAC-W-030
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-034
I Just Knowed It: What Can We Expect From Our Youngest Witnesses? Linda Cordisco Steele, M. Ed, LPC NCAC-ATE-001
Inquiring Minds Want to Know Maggi Hutchason, MEd NCAC-PPT-026
Interviewing Bilingual, Non-English Speaking, and Limited English Proficient Children Maria Rosales-Lambert, BA NCAC-W-027
Interviewing Children with ADHD Kim Madden, MA NCAC-W-047
Interviewing Preschool Children Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed, LPC NCAC-OT-003
Interviewing Victims of Violence and Homicide – Understanding Homicide Through the Eyes of a Child Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-002
It Really Didn’t Happen – Recantations of Child Sexual Abuse Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-045
It’s About Time: Children’s Ability vs. The Team’s Need to Know Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-PPT-005
Minimal Facts Interviews of Children Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-049
Most Common Mistakes Made in Forensic Interviews and How to Fix Them Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC, and Heather Stewart MA NCAC-PPT-007
Research on the Use of Human Figure Drawings in Forensic Interviews Jason Dickinson, PhD NCAC-W-038
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Strategies for Gathering Details when Children Experience Repeated Abuse Andra K. Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-037
Suggestibility: Sources of Error in Children Testimony Jason Dickinson, PhD NCAC-W-043
The NCAC Extended Forensic Interview Model: Rationale and Key Components Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC NCAC-W-012
The NCAC Extended Forensic Model: Rationale and Key Components Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC NCAC-W-012
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
What Every Prosecutor Needs to Know about Forensic Interviewing Mary Sawicki, J.D. and Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed,LPC NCAC-W-035
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Creating a Trauma Informed Multidisciplinary Team Karen Hangartner, LGSW NCAC-W-017
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
First Responder Contact in a Child Abuse Investigation Jim Holler & Julie Kenniston, MSW, LSW NCAC-PPT-018
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-034
Law Enforcement’s Initial Response to Child Maltreatment National Children's Advocacy Center NCAC-PPT-036
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Cases Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-W-036
Research on the Use of Human Figure Drawings in Forensic Interviews Jason Dickinson, PhD NCAC-W-038
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Status of State Legislative Efforts to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Jetta Bernier, MA NCAC-PPT-025
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
When the Child Abuser Has a Bible: Investigating Abuse in Faith Communities Robert Peters, JD NCAC-PPT-035
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Abusive Head Trauma Evidence: Admissibility at Trial Justin Fitzsimmons, JD NCAC-OT-012
Asking Children about Time and Number Thomas Lyon, PhD NCAC-W-042
Crawford for Interviewers John E.B. Myers, J.D. NCAC-OT-035
Creating a Trauma-Informed System: The Important Collaboration Between CACs and the Courts Chris Newlin, MS LPC and Judge Lynn Tepper, J.D. NCAC-W-046
Finding the Evidence for Evidence-Based Practice: Using the Child Abuse Library Online (CALiO) Muriel K. Wells, MA, MLIS NCAC-W-040
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
How to be a Super Witness Andrew Agatston, PC NCAC-W-032
Minimal Facts Interviews of Children Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-049
Protective Services (CPS) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Cases Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-W-036
Research on the Use of Human Figure Drawings in Forensic Interviews Jason Dickinson, PhD NCAC-W-038
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Status of State Legislative Efforts to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Jetta Bernier, MA NCAC-PPT-025
Suggestibility: Sources of Error in Children Testimony Jason Dickinson, PhD NCAC-W-043
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
What’s Up Doc? Handling the Expert Witness at Trial Edward Chase, JD NCAC-W-059
When the Child Abuser Has a Bible: Investigating Abuse in Faith Communities Robert Peters, JD NCAC-PPT-035
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Burns in Pediatric Abuse Jonathan Thackeray, MD NCAC-OT-013
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
Fractures in Infants and Children: Abuse, Accident, or Brittle Bones? Karen Farst, MD NCAC-PPT-034
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Sentinel Injuries in Child Physical Abuse Kristin Garton Crichton, DO, MPH NCAC-PPT-027
Sexually Transmitted Infections in Child Sexual Abuse Karen Farst, M.D. NCAC-W-010
Sexually Transmitted Infections in Sexual Abuse Karen Farst, MD NCAC-W-010
The Medical Evaluation for Sexual Abuse: What MDT Members Need to Know Ranee Leder, MD, FAAP NCAC-W-019
Why is this Child so Skinny? Understanding Failure to Thrive Deborah Lowen, MD NCAC-PPT-006
Working with Youth with Co-Occurring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Problematic Sexual Behaviors Jimmy Widdifield, Jr., MA NCAC-PPT-024
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
A Pebble in the Pond: Factors in Multi-Generational, Childhood Sexual Abuse Victimization Tamara Hillard, LICSW NCAC-PPT-013
Are Children in Therapy More Likely to be Poly-victims? Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-W-026
Best Practices in the Treatment of Abused Children and Their Families Ben Saunders, PhD NCAC-OT-030
Caught in the Crossfire – How the Abuse of Animals Co-Occurs with Family Violence Allie Phillips, J.D. NCAC-W-014
Child Development 101 Allison DeFelice, PhD NCAC-OT-007
Compliant Child Victims: Confronting an Uncomfortable Reality Ken Lanning NCAC-ATE-005
Creating Treatment Models for Poly-victimization Victoria Banyard, Ph.D. & Heather A. Turner, PhD NCAC-W-021
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
How to Assess Poly-victimization in Your Work – Approaches & Tools Sherry Hamby, PhD & Heather A. Turner, PhD NCAC-W-020
Inquiring Minds Want to Know Maggi Hutchason, MEd NCAC-PPT-026
It’s a Crisis for Me Too! Helping Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Jeffrey Wherry, PhD and Mindy Jackson NCAC-PPT-021
Memories Hold Hands: Understanding Historical Trauma and Unresolved Historical Grief in American Indian / Alaska Native Communites Kathryn England Aytes, Ed.D., M.S NCAC-W-031
Poly-victimization – Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of Victimization Heather Turner, PhD & Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-W-016
Poly-victimization Among Children and Youth with Disabilities Heather A. Turner, PhD NCAC-W-023
Poly-victimization: Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of Victimization Heather A. Turner, BA PhD and Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-W-016
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Sentinel Injuries in Child Physical Abuse Kristin Garton Crichton, DO, MPH NCAC-PPT-027
The 10 Lies You Learn Growing Up With Domestic Violence and the Truths to Set You Free Brian F. Martin NCAC-W-029
The Biology of Resilience John Stirling, MD NCAC-PPT-017
Why is this Child so Skinny? Understanding Failure to Thrive Deborah Lowen, MD NCAC-PPT-006
Working with Youth with Co-Occurring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Problematic Sexual Behaviors Jimmy Widdifield, Jr., MA NCAC-PPT-024
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Best Practices in the Treatment of Abused Children and Their Families Ben Saunders, PhD NCAC-OT-030
Consensual But Unlawful Andra K. Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-008
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
Managing Vicarious Trauma Jon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhD NCAC-ATE-007
Prevention of Poly-victimization Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-W-025
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Sentinel Injuries in Child Physical Abuse Kristin Garton Crichton, DO, MPH NCAC-PPT-027
Status of State Legislative Efforts to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Jetta Bernier, MA NCAC-PPT-025
Why Some Bounce Back and Some Never Do – Resilience in Those Who Experience Childhood Abuse Pat Stanislawski, BS NCAC-W-018
Working with Youth with Co-Occurring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Problematic Sexual Behaviors Jimmy Widdifield, Jr., MA NCAC-PPT-024
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Advocating for the Advocate: The Role of the CAC Director Karen Hill, MS NCAC-W-033
Cultural Competency: Plays Well With Others Gina M. South, JD and Cristie Duhon, MPA NCAC-PPT-029
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
It’s a Crisis for Me Too! Helping Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Jeffrey Wherry, PhD and Mindy Jackson NCAC-PPT-021
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Strengths-Based Trauma-Informed Services Kevin Powell, PhD NCAC-W-028
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
Why Parents Don’t Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-039
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse and What Factors Assist Children to Report Andra Chamberlin, MA & Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC NCAC-PPT-030
Managing Vicarious Trauma Jon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhD NCAC-ATE-007
Safety Planning for Domestic Violence: The VIGOR and other family-centered approaches Sherry Hamby, PhD NCAC-ATE-011
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
The Foundations for Understanding Vicarious Trauma Jon R. Conte, BA, MSW, PhD NCAC-ATE-006
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