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Using Peer Review To Generate Corroborating Evidence

Using Peer Review to Generate Corroborating Evidence
March 9-10, 2015 Winona State UniversityWinona, Minn.
In this course, peer review practices will be used to improve the ability of forensic interviewers and multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) to generate corroborating evidence. MDTs will watch several child interviews and discuss what, if anything, the interviewer could have done to elicit additional information from the child that could have translated into corroborating evidence. The attendees will also share their own forensic interviews (requires appropriate permissions) and participate in a peer review of their own work. No significant experience is required. Registrations may be completed individually or as a MDT. Each team must contain a professional who practices forensic interviewing as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Please note that regardless of whether you apply as a group or as an individual, the fee is per person. Intended AudienceMultidisciplinary team members and forensic interviewers 
Payment Information

$299 per registrant
We are offering a limited number of scholarships. Please submit an application (http://www.gundersenhealth.org/formbuilder/forms.aspx?formid=91190&sid=54) to be considered (must be submitted 4 weeks prior to the training date).
If you need to pay by check or P.O. please contact Suzanne Severson (The Plaza Hotel & Suites (http://www.plazawinona.com/)1025 Highway 61 East, Winona, MN 55987(507) 453-0303

Monday, March 09, 2015 8:00 am - Tuesday, March 10, 2015 9:00 am
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Human Trafficking Identification And Response Workshop

Monday March 9, 2015 from 9am-4pm
Loyola University Danna Center Octavia Room, Second Floor Presented by:  Dr. Laura Murphy and Helene Greece 
In this six hour training, you will learn the legal and sociological definitions of human trafficking as well as culturally-informed ways of identifying and building a rapport with victims.  Three hours of applied clinical training will provide trauma-informed care and harm reduction strategies for working with survivors.
 
CEU certificates will be distributed at the completion of the event.  Lunch will be available for purchase in the Loyola Danna Center food court and dining hall.
 
For more information, contact Laura Murphy (
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Seating is limited, so please register early.
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Monday, March 09, 2015 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Family Empowerment Conference - FHF SWLA






 
 
Click here for Exhibit Booth Registration Form (http://www.fhfswla.org/images/PDFs/flyers/Booth-Registration-Form-FHF-Conf-March-12-2015.pdf)





 

Thursday, March 12, 2015 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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The Impact Of Abuse, Trauma, & Neglect On Child Neurodevelopment.

NASW-LA Sponsored Workshop:
#1523: March 12, 2015; 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. Registration begins at 8:30 am. *(Baton Rouge)
The Impact of Abuse, Trauma, & Neglect on Child Neurodevelopment. 
Presented by Maris Blechner, LCSW
East Baton Rouge Parish Main Library, 7711 Goodwood Boulevard 70806, between Lobdell Avenue and East Airport Boulevard.
Exciting new brain research indicates that positive relationships can rewire and repair the damage from trauma, abuse, and alcohol/drug-related neurological disorders. Compare normal childhood development and its tasks with development clouded by abuse, neglect, and trauma. The class could learn about intervention strategies such as affect regulation, Circle of Security, sensory integration, early identification of neurodevelopmental profile risk, parent education on expected behavioral/developmental patterns, the role of psychopharmacological interventions, and, most importantly, the healing power of relationships. Identify specialized parenting skills to promote positive neurological progress.
6.0 Clinical hours.Pre-registration deadline is 3/6/15.
Registration form (http://naswla.org/Documents/NASWLA20142015/Continuing%20Education/18%20March%20Registration%20Form.pdf)

Thursday, March 12, 2015 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Long-term Effects Of Prenatal Substance Exposure









The National AIA Resource Center is excited to announce our 2015 Webinar Series on Supporting Children Affected by Prenatal Substance Exposure. These free webinars typically reach capacity quickly, so take the time to register now for webinar 1 (https://t.e2ma.net/click/pfypk/h5gjdb/9yur9c)!








 















CEUs are available for this event (https://t.e2ma.net/click/pfypk/h5gjdb/xpzr9c)!
For information visit http://aia.berkeley.edu/2015webinars (http://aia.berkeley.edu/2015webinars), or contact Training and Events Coordinator, Ellen Lenzi, at
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Monday, March 16, 2015 6:00 am - 7:30 am
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Child Abduction Response Team Training

The Child Abduction Response Team (CART) Training is a multi-disciplinary approach to a missing or abducted child incident. Team composition is critical to a CART's implimentation and long-term success. Commitment from the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is required before a team will be reviewed and accepted for placement in CART training. 
Each jurisdiction is different in its approach to responding to missing and abducted children; some jurisdictions have more resources than others, however the following disciplines are suggested for a "working team". Representatives from: law enforcement; legal agencies; probation and parole; communications; victim advocates; social service agencies; emergency management personnel (to include fire/rescue and search and recovery units); school resource officers; and other key stakeholders that the CART coordinator and the CEO identify as necessary to a CART's overall ability to be successful in the recovery of a missing or abducted child.
Attendance at this training requires a multi-disciplinary team. The team cannot be comprised of only law enforcement. 
Training Fee:  There is NO FEE to attend this training; however, pre-registration is required. The deadline to register is February 3, 2015.  Tuition, student materials, and instructional costs are provided by the AMBER Alert Training & Technical Assistance Program.
Training Location: TBI Headquarters, RS Gass Blvd, Nashville, TN 37216Training Duration: This training program is 3 ½ days in length.
Registration/Information (https://www.ncjtc.org/AmberAlert/AMBERInformationalandResourceDocuments/CART_Flyer_Nashville_TN_March_17_20_2015.pdf) 
Class Number: 34037

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 8:00 am - Friday, March 20, 2015 9:00 am
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From Crime Scene To Trial

From Crime Scene to Trial
March 18-20, 2015 Northwest Arkansas Community CollegeBentonville, Ark.
This course provides detailed instruction in the investigation of a crime scene and how seemingly unimportant details can become critical at trial. This training includes a crime scene investigation to be conducted in the “mock house” at the Bentonville Gundersen NCPTC training facilities.
Intended AudienceFor a diverse group of at least four people, consisting of any combination of the following: Prosecutor, social worker, case manager, forensic interviewer, law enforcement officer, investigator or child protection attorney. 
Payment Information

$499 per registrant
If you need to pay by check or P.O. please contact Suzanne Severson (
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 or (651) 714-4673) to register. Please indicate if you're using a promotional code. Online registration will only accept payment via credit card.
There will be a $15.00 processing fee for invoicing of registration costs.

REGISTER ONLINERecommended LodgingHoliday Inn Express & Suites Bentonville 2205 SE Walton Blvd.Bentonville, AR 72712(800) 465-4329 $83.00/night

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 8:00 am - Friday, March 20, 2015 9:00 am
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NASW-LA Annual Conference

The annual conference of the NASW-LA Chapter will be held in Baton Rouge at the Hilton Capitol Center. Three days of workshops, in-depth master sessions and breakouts.
For more information, click here (http://naswla.org/NASWLA/Events/Annual_Conference/Annual_Conference/NASWLA/Continuing_Education/AnnualConference.aspx?hkey=4281eb8c-de70-4f61-a211-1df6e9843219).
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 8:00 am - Friday, March 20, 2015 9:00 am
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Reporting Without Re-Victimizing

Reporting Without Re-Victimizing-Webinar

March 18, 2015 2-4 p.m. CST | $30
Summary:Is it possible for news stories to be reported accurately without re-victimizing crime survivors? How can a complicated problem be encapsulated into a short clip? Can we get media partners enthused about prevention? The media can serve as a way to get hopeful messages into the mainstream or can perpetuate old myths. This session begins the conversation about engaging media allies as one prevention strategy. Ethical dilemmas and misinformation that past reporters have faced are highlighted to allow for real world past scenarios to be used for current problem solving.
Presenter:Alison Feigh came to Jacob Wetterling Resource Center (JWRC) initially in 2001 from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. She remained with JWRC until 2009 working with students, parents, law enforcement and the media, with the ultimate goal of reducing abductions and abuse of children. She returned to JWRC in 2011, following the completion of her Master of Science in criminal justice at St. Cloud State University.
REGISTER ONLINE
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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National Conference On Health And Domestic Violence

National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence
On March 19-21, 2015, Futures Without Violence will host the National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence (https://www.creativegroupinc.com/nchdv/Public/ShowPage.aspx?PageId=163191) in Washington, DC. Topics will include sexual assault on college campuses, the social determinants of health, sex trafficking of youth, and more. Sessions will also include presentations addressing children’s exposure to violence and the Defending Childhood initiative (http://www.justice.gov/defendingchildhood/about-initiative.html).
Resources:
Register (https://www.creativegroupinc.com/nchdv/Registration/RegistrationType.aspx) for the conference. Early registration ends January 3, 2015.
Learn more about the Attorney General's Defending Childhood initiative (http://www.justice.gov/defendingchildhood/about-initiative.html).
Access publications (http://www.ojjdp.gov/Publications/PubResults.asp?sei=94) in OJJDP's National Survey of Children's Exposure to Violence series. 
Thursday, March 19, 2015 8:00 am - Saturday, March 21, 2015 9:00 am
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31st International Symposium On Child Abuse

31st International Symposium on Child AbuseMarch 23-26, 2015Von Braun Center, Huntsville, Alabama
The InternationalSymposium on Child Abuse is an informative and innovative multidisciplinary conference which offers more than 130 workshops presented by nationally-recognized experts from all facets of the child maltreatment field. Professionals receive practical instruction, the latest research and information, and the opportunity to develop and enhance their skills and knowledge. This is one of the few conferences that addresses all aspects of child maltreatment, including but not limited to physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, exposure to violence, poly-victimization, exploitation, intervention, trafficking, and prevention. The International Symposium on Child Abuse is a premiere conference that provides expert training and numerous networking opportunities to professionals in the child maltreatment field.
For more information, Click HERE. (http://www.nationalcac.org/national-conferences/symposium.html)

Monday, March 23, 2015 8:00 am - Thursday, March 26, 2015 9:00 am
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Instanter Safety Plan Orders

This webinar is open to CASA staff, CASA volunteers and Louisiana child welfare professionals 

Act 486 – (Instanter Safety Plan) 

The 2014 legislative session created the instanter safety plan order as an additional option prior to removal of a child in need of care. The new law provides that if, upon request by the state, the court determines that with the issuance of a safety plan order that the child’s welfare can be safeguarded without removal, the court shall immediately issue a written instanter order directing compliance with the terms of the safety plan. This webinar will discuss the new law and its implications. 

Sherry Powell, JD 
DCFS Bureau of General Counsel 

Rebecca May-Ricks 
Attorney Supervisor at Child Advocacy Program (MHAS)

This webinar is hosted by LouisianaChildren.org

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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Attachment & Bonding In Adoptive & Foster Families

NASW-LA Sponsored Workshop:
#1525: March 26, 2015; 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. Registration begins at 8:30 am. *(Baton Rouge)
Attachment & Bonding in Adoptive & Foster Families.
Presented by Julie Larrieu, Ph.D.
East Baton Rouge Parish Main Library, 7711 Goodwood Boulevard 70806, between Lobdell Avenue and East Airport Boulevard.
Attachment issues are endemic to children who have experienced abuse and neglect. This course presents attachment-oriented theory and explores various interventions to help parents facilitate their child’s attachment. The issues of adult attachment difficulties and how they interface with the child’s attachment style are critically important. Learn to think more carefully about some of the problems that are often misdiagnosed and therefore mistreated.
6.0 Clinical hours.Pre-registration deadline is 3/20/15.
Registration form.
Thursday, March 26, 2015 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Desperately Seeking Attachment: Parenting Traumatized Children and Teens– Part 1

Human beings are social-emotional beings with an innate need to connect and form meaningful relationships. Every interpersonal skill that is required to be successful in creating and sustaining these relationships must be acquired. Trauma, neglect and multiple disruptions in attachment relationships have significant negative impact on a child’s ability to learn these vital interpersonal skills. In fact, many children with histories of trauma develop defensive strategies to avoid interpersonal relationships. Allison Davis Maxon, LMFT, trainer for the Kinship Center in California, will explore the complex emotional and behavioral problems that traumatized children struggle to overcome. Participants will learn how to create, facilitate and sustain the relationships children and teens need to feel connected and whole, including the “10 things your child needs every day to feel valued, connected and empowered.”

(LIVE) Thurs, March 26, 2015 @ 1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern

Extended Access: March 27-31, 2015 All free spots taken; Webinar still available for charge of $25!

Thank you for supporting The Center for Adoption Support and Education - a non-profit adoptive family support center. Since 1998, adoption-competent experts at C.A.S.E. have dedicated their work to ensuring the well-being of foster and adoptive children of all backgrounds.
Thursday, March 26, 2015 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Annual Conference

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Annual Conference
Friday, March 27, 2015
8:00am to 2:00pm
Holiday Inn South
9940 Airline Highway, Baton Rouge, LA 

Keynote Speaker
Six Breakout Sessions
Community Exhibitors
Door Prizes
A Legal Panel
Complimentary Breakfast & Lunch
Free Event for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren & Other Relatives as Caregivers

Call 225-346-8712 extension 364 to register for the event.
Friday, March 27, 2015 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
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PCAL Child Abuse Prevention Month Kickoff Luncheon

Prevent Child Abuse Louisiana is excited to announce that they have secured Dr. Vincent Felitti for their Child Abuse Prevention Month Kick-off luncheon!  Dr. Felitti is the co-Principal Investigator of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study.  If you haven’t heard him before, his talk is captivating!  He explains how 20 years of research has made the connection between childhood trauma and adult health. 
The kick-off luncheon will be held on April 1st at the Renaissance Baton Rouge Hotel.  Our target audience includes partners, donors, volunteers, and community and industry leaders.  
Register - Space is limited: https://eventbrite.com/event/15653900237/ (https://eventbrite.com/event/15653900237/)
Wednesday, April 01, 2015 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Stewards of Children - New Orleans

Kick off April Child Abuse Prevention Month by becoming a Steward of Children!

Training will take place 9-11 am on Friday, April 3rd in the Calhoun Campus Garden Room of Children's Hospital.  Scholarships are available through Louisiana Children's Trust Fund. 

Did you know 1 in 10 children will experience sexual abuse before their 18th birthday? The good news is, together we can stop it. Join us for 5 simple steps to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. Darkness to Light's Steward of Children is the leading evidence based sexual abuse program in the United States and is open to anyone with a desire to make a difference.

Together, we can create safe, nurturing communities where children can thrive.

For more information, call 504-896-9237.

Friday, April 03, 2015 9:00 am - 11:00 am
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Sticks And Stones - Webinar

Sticks and Stones - Webinar

April 8, 2015 2-4 p.m. CST | $30
Summary:Identifying psychological maltreatment is challenging. The child may show no bruises or welts and may be appropriately fed and clothed. Adding to the challenge is that the child may not be able to disclose the maltreatment, as he or she may think that emotional maltreatment is part of normal parenting. Psychological maltreatment is the least reported, identified and prosecuted form of abuse. However, many consider the damage caused by psychological maltreatment to exceed that of other forms of abuse and neglect. This presentation will address the signs and symptoms of child maltreatment and will discuss investigative and prosecutorial methods for dealing with these cases.
Presenter:Amy Russell serves as executive director of Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center (NCPTC), headquartered in Winona, Minn. In this position, Amy provides administrative and programmatic oversight as well as training and technical assistance for child protection professionals. She also serves as a pro bono attorney for children in dependency court, as an expert witness on child sexual abuse in multiple state courts and as an adjunct faculty member in the Child Advocacy Studies Program at Winona State University. 
REGISTER ONLINE
Wednesday, April 08, 2015 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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First Responder Training

First Responder Training–Arkansas
April 9, 2015 Northwest Arkansas Community CollegeBentonville, Ark.
This four-hour training course is designed to provide first responders with a better understanding of best practices for initially responding to cases involving child abuse allegations. A primary focus of the training will be how to conduct basic questioning of a child to gain the necessary information for the multidisciplinary team. The training will provide an understanding of how and why the first response can be crucial to the entire multidisciplinary team and a successful child abuse investigation. 
Payment Information

$125 per registrant
Student Fee: $99 (must provide a valid student ID at registration)
If you need to pay by check or P.O. please contact Suzanne Severson (
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 or (651) 714-4673) to register. Please indicate if you're using a promotional code. Online registration will only accept payment via credit card.
There will be a $15.00 processing fee for invoicing of registration costs.

REGISTER ONLINERecommended LodgingHoliday Inn Express & Suites Bentonville 2205 SE Walton Blvd.Bentonville, AR 72712(800) 465-4329 $83.00/night
Thursday, April 09, 2015 7:00 am - 8:00 am
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Safe Boundaries

 This workshop is designed to empower persons with disabilities  and their caretakers with knowledge in order for them to exercise their rights, make healthy choices, and protect themselves from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Learn how to take away the stigma behind  Sexuality while protecting the rights and safety of people with developmental disabilities

WHEN : Thursday April 9,2015
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
Or
Friday April 10,2015
3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

WHERE : The New Orleans Family Justice Center
701 Loyola Ave # 600, New Orleans, LA 70113 

 

Adults with disabilities will learn about physical space, personal space and how to ask for privacy. Caretakers will learn how to give your loved one privacy and give them opportunities to ask for privacy. We will take about physical boundaries, how to speak up, when to say no and how to say no.
   In addition, each skill (ex asking for privacy)  will be demonstrated using role plays and participants will be given an opportunity to practice skills doing their own role plays.  

Seating is limited to register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/safe-boundaries-workshop-tickets-16204057773 or contact
 Rickii Ainey @504-943-0343 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thursday, April 09, 2015 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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