Webinar Series Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up: Intervening to Enhance Responsiveness Among Parents of Infants and Young Children with Dr. Mary Dozier March 22, 2022, 2 - 3 PM ET Register Now This workshop will describe the development and evidence base of an intervention that we have developed that targets specific issues identified as critical among young children who have experienced adversity. Attachment and BiobehavioralCatch-up (ABC) is a 10-session home visiting
Read Now! APSAC and Zero Abuse Project were awarded funds by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs to create the Trauma-informed Prosecutor Project (TiPP), which works to improve the effectiveness of the investigation and prosecution of child abuse. TiPP will deliver training, provide technical assistance, and create publications for prosecutors and other child abuse multidisciplinary team members. The APSAC Alert: Prosecutor's Edition is a TiPP publicati
Webinar Series Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior: Who are they and how can we help? Information on Problematic Sexual Behavior: Cognitive Behavior Therapy with Dr. Jane F. Silovsky May 25, 2022 2 -3 PM ET Register Now Problematic sexual behavior (PSB) of children is a commonly misunderstood behavioral health concern. The taboo nature of the topic of “sex” hinders openness to understanding even typical sexual behavior of children. Decisions are made on myths rather tha
Presented by: Ms. Joyce N. Thomas RN, MPH, PNP, FAAN February 15, 2022 at 2 pm ET Register Now History matters. It has been said, “Those who do not know the past can pretend it did not exist.” In celebration of Black History Month, APSAC will focus on highlighting contributions of African American professionals that were pioneers in the field of child maltreatment prevention from the late-1970s to mid-1990s. We will discuss their contributions and the impact on the field.
This free zoom chat will provide information about APSAC's journal Child Maltreatment and editors will discuss how to successfully participate in CM's activities as a practitioner and scientist at all career stages. Presented by: Vincent Palusci, MD and other members of Child Maltreatment's editorial team.