Read the Alert Here APSAC is developing a series of rapid-response APSAC Alert articles to meet the needs of professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic. This edition, authored by Dr. Janet Rosenzweig, Executive Director of APSAC, presents information about what can be learned about child maltreatment during the COVID-19 pandemic through the use of the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS). She highlights what questions the dataset may answer and what limitatio
Join APSAC for a Four-day Beginner Virtual Forensic Interview Clinic. Upcoming dates: August 30, September 3, September 7, and September 10, 2021 APSAC's long-standing forensic interview clinic has been modified to go virtual as a highly interactive experience, offering role plays with paid, trained actors and feedback from national experts, including Patti Toth and Julie Kenniston! Learn research-based, state-of-the-art forensic interview structure, components and techniques
APSAC member, Arnold Staite, PsyD shares his observations of the problems with Parental Alienation ideology and its current status in the family courts of New Zealand. Dr. Staite has performed custody evaluations for the New Zealand family courts for 38 years as a licensed psychologist.