Schedule and Daily Agendas

Full Schedule               June 18-19                          June 20                                      June 21                                   June 22

Saturday, June 22nd

89.        Predictive Risk Modeling; A Douglas County Decision Enhancing Tool             (Intermediate-CP/CW)
This session will provide an overview of how predictive risk modeling has been used in the health care setting and how this same work can impact child welfare.     
Nicole Adams, MA; Daniel Makelky, MA; Ruby Richards, BS; Emily Putnam-Horstein, PhD

90.        Digital and Social Media Evidence for Investigators    (Beginning-LE)
Digital evidence has been described as the new DNA. This presentation will explain the basic concepts of identification, preservation, and seizure, as well as best practice techniques and case studies.     
Jason Lundquist, BA

91.        Treating Childhood Trauma with Mindfulness: Introduction to Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy for Children     (Intermediate-MH)
 Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy for Children (MBCT-C) teaches children to manage difficult thoughts and emotions with self-compassion, creativity, and playfulness. This workshop will teach useful techniques for working with traumatized children.  
Randye Semple, PhD

10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
Sessions 92 - 96

92.        Controversies Regarding Parental Alienation: What is it and What Does the Research Tell Us? Part 2   (Intermediate-INTD)      
Kathleen Faller, PhD; David Corwin, MD, Robert Geffner, PhD

93.        Implementing Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) for Preschool and School-age Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior Related to Trauma, Part 2    (Intermediate-MH)
Problematic sexual behavior among children can present with co-occurring symptoms, commonly traumatic stress. This presentation will aim to focus on treatment components for treating problematic sexual behavior and traumatic stress.             
Amanda Mitten, MA; Elizabeth Risch, PhD

94.        How Not to Treat: The Overuse of Psychiatric Medications for Children in Foster Care (Intermediate-CP/CW)
Presentation will review the overuse of psychiatric medications in foster children, it causes, principles of appropriate use and possible solutions to prevent over usage of medication in this population        
Martin Irwin, MD; Suchet Rao, MD

95.        NEW SafeSport: What is it? Protecting US Olympians-in-Training!    (Beginning-INTD)
The U.S. Center for SafeSport, the first and only national organization of its kind, is an independent non-profit committed to ending all forms of abuse (including emotional, physical and sexual) in sport. SafeSport provides information and training to sport entities on abuse prevention techniques, policies and programs, and investigates all sexual abuse complaints within the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements.    
 Paul Graf, MS; Eric Barreras, BA

96.        Child Sex Trafficking and The MDT Response, (Intermediate-INTD)   
The elements of Child Sex Trafficking and Victim issues will be presented. The trafficker (PIMP) subculture, Trauma Bonds and their street language and how technology has become the new pavement for the selling of children for sex and how it continues to develop will be discussed. In addition, the role an MDT plays in the process of the survivor from rescue thru prosecution of the offender and continued after care.
Rich Love

*This workshop is supported by FVTC/NCJTC*       

                         

8:30 – 10:00 a.m.
Sessions 87 - 91

87.        Controversies Regarding Parental Alienation: What is it and What Does the Research Tell Us? Part 1   (Intermediate-INTD)
The presentation will critique the issue of "parental alienation" in child custody cases, using existing empirical evidence. The presentation will also document the use of "parental alienation" in the courts.
 Kathleen Faller, PhD; David Corwin, MD; Robert Geffner, PhD

88.        Implementing Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) for Preschool and School-age Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior Related to Trauma, Part 1   (Intermediate-MH)
Problematic sexual behavior among children can present with co-occurring symptoms, commonly traumatic stress. This presentation will aim to focus on treatment components for treating problematic sexual behavior and traumatic stress.             
Amanda Mitten, MA; Elizabeth Risch, Ph

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