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List of Available Online Trainings

Please Note: Requires one-time registration to create a user ID and password. To ensure access to a printable certificate following completion of the Recorded Trainings below, please plan to view the video one time without stopping and starting. After you have viewed the video and have received your certificate, you may watch the video again and skip to sections as many times as you choose in order to reinforce what you have learned. A certificate of completion is NOT issued for viewing a webinar. Webinars are offered as a knowledge resource and enrichment tool and do not have knowledge checks.

Questions? Please contact the NCAC Virtual Training Center.

Title of Course Presenter Course ID
“Why Parents Don’t Believe” Chris Newlin NCAC-W-039
Advocating for the Advocate: The Role of the CAC Director Karen Hill, MS NCAC-W-033
Ask the Experts: Professional Resiliency in 2020: What Do We Know? What Do We Need to Know? Francoise Mathieu, M.Ed., RP., CCC; Ginny Sprang, Ph.D.; Cambria Rose Walsh, LCSW Moderator: Karen Hangartner, LMSW NCAC-W-0063
Asking Children about Time and Number Thomas Lyon, PhD NCAC-W-042
Building a Blueprint for Child Protection Drew Fidler & Adam Rosenberg NCAC-PPT-031
Building Strong Brains: Tennessee’s ACE Initiative and The Role of Life Experiences in Shaping Brain Development Cary Rayson, MSW NCAC-W-051
Chaotic Families and Trauma: How to Navigate and Not Get Sucked In Suzy Gange, MA, LPC-S NCAC-PPT-032
Child Sexual Abuse 101 Andra K. Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-054
Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior: Recommendations for the MDT and CAC Response Jerri Sites, MA; Jimmy Widdifield, Jr., MA NCAC-W-064
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
Cultivating the Role of Team Facilitator Greg Flett, MA NCAC-SRC-002
Cultural Competency: Plays Well With Others Gina M. South, JD and Cristie Duhon, MPA NCAC-PPT-029
Effectively Implementing an Evidence-Based Practice: Strategies for Non-Clinical Supervisors Kelly Wilson, LCSW NCAC-SRC-003
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
Forensic Interviewing of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims at Children’s Advocacy Centers Iona Rudisill, LGSW NCAC-W-030
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
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
How to be a Super Witness Andrew Agatston, PC NCAC-W-032
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
Intersections of STS with Racism, Historical Trauma, and Other Systems of Oppression Sandra Chase, MSW, ACSW, Shannon CrossBear, Alison Hendricks, LCSW, and Carmon Rosa Noroña, LICSW, MSW, MS Ed. NCAC-SRC-004
Interviewing Children with ADHD Kim Madden, MA NCAC-W-047
Interviewing Preschool Children Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed, LPC NCAC-OT-003
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
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
Keeping Kids Safe: Standout Statewide and National Initiatives Carol Hogue, Elizabeth Pulley, Jessica Seitz, Rita Farrell, and Susan Kennedy NCAC-W-061
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
Nurturing a Hope Centered and Trauma Informed Response Dr. Chan Hellman, PhD; Karen Hangartner, LMSW NCAC-W-062
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
Preventing Employee Sexual Misconduct Toward Students Charol Shakeshaft, PhD NCAC-W-055
Psychological Hazmat Suits for Trauma-Exposed Professionals Alison Hendricks, LCSW, Cambria Rose Walsh, LCSW NCAC-PPT-028
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
Running an Effective Case Review in a Virtual World Greg Flett NCAC-W-060
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Sentinel Injuries in Child Physical Abuse Kristin Garton Crichton NCAC-PPT-027
Social Workers: Making a Case for Safety Jim Holler NCAC-PPT-022
State and Federal Legislative Efforts to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse: A Status Report Jetta Bernier NCAC-PPT-025
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 Board of Directors Blueprint Curriculum Southern Regional Children’s Advocacy Center NCAC-OT-036
The Challenges of Tele-Mental Health: Technology & Cross-State Considerations Josh Kohrumel, MPH and Jonathan Neufeld, PhD NCAC-W-058
The Go-To Place for Learning How to Showcase Your Children’s Advocacy Center: CALiO™ Muriel K. Wells, MEd, MLIS & Amanda Jarrett, BS NCAC-W-057
The Juxtaposition of Silence, Sexual Violence and Youth of Color Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-PPT-033
The Opioid Epidemic; Medical Considerations for Affected Youth Dr. Mark Sapp and Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-068
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
What Do I Do Now? Assisting the Non-Offending Parent of a Sexually Abused Child Rebecca Born, MSW, LISW-S & Rachel Davis, MS, CFLE NCAC-PPT-030
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
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
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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
Impacts on Disciplines and Generations on MDT Collaboration and Communication Kim Lear NCAC-W-044
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
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
The Board of Directors Blueprint Curriculum Southern Regional Children’s Advocacy Center NCAC-OT-036
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
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Cultural Competency: Plays Well With Others Gina M. South, JD and Cristie Duhon, MPA NCAC-PPT-029
Fractures in Infants and Children: Abuse, Accident, or Brittle Bones? Karen Farst, MD NCAC-PPT-034
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
The Board of Directors Blueprint Curriculum Southern Regional Children’s Advocacy Center NCAC-OT-036
The Juxtaposition of Silence, Sexual Violence and Youth of Color Tanisha Knighton, PhD NCAC-PPT-033
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
What Do I Do Now? Assisting the Non-Offending Parent of a Sexually Abused Child Rebecca Born, MSW, LISW-S & Rachel Davis, MS, CFLE NCAC-PPT-030
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
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 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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
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
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
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
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
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
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
Forensic Interviewing of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims at Children’s Advocacy Centers Iona Rudisill, LGSW NCAC-W-030
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
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
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Asking Children about Time and Number Thomas Lyon, PhD NCAC-W-042
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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-034
Interviewing Children with ADHD Kim Madden, MA NCAC-W-047
Interviewing Preschool Children Linda Cordisco Steele, M.Ed, LPC NCAC-OT-003
It Really Didn’t Happen – Recantations of Child Sexual Abuse Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-045
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
Minimal Facts Interviews of Children Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-049
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
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
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
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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
Grooming: Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-034
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
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
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
When the Child Abuser Has a Bible: Investigating Abuse in Faith Communities Robert Peters, JD NCAC-PPT-035
Title of Course Presenter Course ID
Asking Children about Time and Number Thomas Lyon, PhD NCAC-W-042
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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
How to be a Super Witness Andrew Agatston, PC NCAC-W-032
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
Minimal Facts Interviews of Children Andra Chamberlin, MA NCAC-W-049
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
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
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
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
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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
Fractures in Infants and Children: Abuse, Accident, or Brittle Bones? Karen Farst, MD NCAC-PPT-034
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
The Opioid Epidemic; Medical Considerations for Affected Youth Dr. Mark Sapp and Chris Newlin, MS LPC NCAC-W-068
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
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
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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
It’s a Crisis for Me Too! Helping Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Jeffrey Wherry, PhD and Mindy Jackson NCAC-PPT-021
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
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
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
What Do I Do Now? Assisting the Non-Offending Parent of a Sexually Abused Child Rebecca Born, MSW, LISW-S & Rachel Davis, MS, CFLE NCAC-PPT-030
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
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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
It’s a Crisis for Me Too! Helping Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Jeffrey Wherry, PhD and Mindy Jackson NCAC-PPT-021
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Understanding Team Effectiveness – What MDTs can Learn from Google Greg Flett, MSW NCAC-W-053
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020
What Do I Do Now? Assisting the Non-Offending Parent of a Sexually Abused Child Rebecca Born, MSW, LISW-S & Rachel Davis, MS, CFLE NCAC-PPT-030
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
Foundations in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Elizabeth Brestan-Knight, Paula Wolfteich NCAC-W-65
Keeping Kids Safe: Ask the Experts – A conversation about boundaries and consent with Jenny Coleman Jenny Coleman and Pam Clasgens NCAC-W-66
Secondary Trauma Janine D'Anniballe, PhD NCAC-W-052
Understanding the Military Justice System Sasha Rutizer, JD NCAC-PPT-020

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Supported by Grant No. 2017-CI-FX-K001 awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view or opinions in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the  U.S. Department of Justice.