2019 Colloquium Resources

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Full Schedule
 
Handouts will be added as they are received. 

Friday, June 21st

8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.

The Sage Charles T. Hendrix Keynote Address

Moving on from Corporal Punishment: A Roadmap for the US and Beyond
Joan Durrant, PhD

10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
Sessions 49 - 58

49.        Are Best Practices in Child Forensic Interviewing Trauma-Informed?   

(Intermediate-INTD)     
Patti Toth, JD

50.        The Intersection of Attachment and Trauma-Focused Treatment: Clinical and Empirical Perspectives      (Intermediate-MH) 
Brian Allen, PsyD

51.        Medical Evaluation of the Child Alleged to Have Been Sexually Abused: What Medical, Mental Health Child Protection and Law Enforcement Professionals Need to Know to Meet the Diagnostic, Therapeutic and Evidentiary Needs of Child Victims     (Intermediate-Med)        
Martin Finkel, DO

52.        70+ Years Addressing Child Maltreatment in the USA: Pioneers and APSAC's Role in Improving Practice, Science and Resiliency; Videos, Pictures, and Commentary Part 1  (Intermediate-INTD)
David L. Corwin, MD, Presentation Chair; Randell Alexander, MD, Presentation Co-Chair; Sandra Alexander, MEd; Bea Yorker, JD; Anthony Mannarino, PhD; Kathleen Faller, PhD; Victor Vieth, JD; David Finkelhor, PhD; Donna Pence, BS; Rob Parrish, JD

 

53.        You Can't Make This Stuff Up: Unusual, Interesting and Sometimes Bizarre Cases of Suspected Abuse           (Beginning-INTD)
Debra Esernio-Jenssen, MD; Barbara Knox, MD

54.        Beyond Self-Care: Managing Secondary Traumatic Stress Through a Skills-Based Model. (Intermediate-MH)
Elizabeth Risch, PhD; Amanda  Mitten, LPC; Roy Van Tassell,LPC; Susan Schmidt, PhD

55.        Making States Trauma Informed: Trauma Training the Courts, Social Services, Schools and the Community to Spread the Word on ACES and Trauma-Informed Approaches 
(Intermediate-INTD)
      
Anthony Zenkus, LCSW; Christina Senatore, MSEd

56.        Prenatal Alcohol Exposure and the Neurobiology of Trauma          (Intermediate-MH)
 John Stirling, MD

57.        The Whole Truth About Abusive Head Trauma in Infants and Young Children       
(Intermediate-INTD)
     
Robert Parrish, JD

58.        Minimizing Miscommunication in Child Forensic Interviews (Intermediate – INTD)
Julie Kenniston, MSW    

*This workshop is supported by FVTC/NCJTC*         

                          

11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Lunch (on your own)

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Sessions 59 - 68

59.        Violence & Abuse: Where Do They Begin?     (Beginning-EfC)  
Saribel Quinones, DNP; Gail Hornor, DNP

60.        Real Treatment with Real Kids: Treatment for Sexually Abused Children    (Intermediate-MH)
Tamara Hillard, LICSW

61.        A Review of, & Update in, Inflicted Traumatic Brain Injury Including Perceived Courtroom Controversies.  (Intermediate -INTD)

Roger Blevins, MSN

62.        Child Abuse and Family Violence in Child Custody Cases: Avoiding System Failure (Intermediate-INTD)     
Seth Goldstein, JD

63.        A Comprehensive Approach to Child Sexual Abuse Prevention: The Safe and Healthy Communities Initiative               (Beginning-Prev)       
Kate Guastaferro, PhD; Kathleen Zadzora, MA;  Jennie Noll, PhD

64.        Non-Accidental Strangulation of Children    (Intermediate-INTD)         
Cathy Baldwin-Johnson, MD

65.        Child Sexual Abuse and Boys/Men: Understanding and Facilitating Recovery among Male Survivors    (Intermediate-MH)            
Scott Easton, PhD

66.        Supporting Parents to Prevent Abuse of Children and Teens in Sports: The SafeSport Parent Toolkit               (Beginning-EfC)
Janet Rosenzweig, PhD; Leslie Mitchell Bond, Med; Eric Barreras, BA

67.        Media Ready Micro Sessions:

67.1.     Where Do We Go From Here: Demystifying the Transitional Experiences of Texas Foster-Connected Young Adults    (Intermediate-CP/CW)
Dana Booker, PhD

67.2.     Improving Academic and Socioemotional Outcomes for Youth in Foster Care Through Immersive College Preparation Experiences    (Intermediate-EfC)  
Ciara M. Collins, MA

67.3.     A Status Update of the Evidence on Foster Parent Preservice Training        (Intermediate-CP/CW)  
Jennifer Newquist, PhD; Morgan Cooley, PhD

68.        Roundtable Discussions:

68.1.     Failure to Protect: Institutional Response to Child Maltreatment    (Intermediate-INTD)           
Amy Russell, JD

68.2.     Parent-Child Care (PC-CARE) as a Universal Secondary Prevention Program for Children Entering New Foster Placements     (Intermediate-MH)            
Brandi Hawk, PhD; Lindsay Forte, MS; Deanna Boys, MA

68.3.     Parenting Assessment of Alleged Abusive Custodial Fathers    (Beginning-CP/CW)            
Robert Ortega, PhD; Joyce Lee, LCSW

68.4.     The Multi-Informed, Trauma-Informed Practitioner: Working at the Intersection of Trauma, Attachment, and Neurodevelopmental Challenges    (Intermediate-EfC)           
Karen Zilberstein, LCSW

68.5.     This is Why We Do It: Specialty Programs in the CAC       (Beginning-Adv)
Lindsey Dula, MSW; Charity Garcia, MA; Ayda Torres-Rogers, BS; Lyndsi Price, MA

68.6.     Implementation of a Trafficking and Dating Violence Screening Tool: Risky Behaviors Teen Questionnaire   (Intermediate-Med)
 Larissa Hines, MD; Corey Rood, MD

68.7.     Supporting Non-Offending Caregivers Before, During, and After the Forensic Interview (Beginning-MH)
Ebony Cherry, MSW; Diane Lampkins, MA

68.8.     Families in Conflict: Best Practices in Family Abduction Reunification             (Beginning-MH)   
Shannon Traore, MA; Adrienne Hoffman-Lewis, MA

68.9      Recent Developments in Child Protection Law              (Intermediate-INTD)
Frank Vandervort, JD

68.10.   Child Welfare Information Gateway: Resources to Support Your Practice    (Beginning-CP/CW)  
Penny Putnam Collins, MPA

 

2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Sessions 69 - 78

69.        Advances and Future Directions in Child Sexual Abuse Prevention   (Intermediate-Prev)
Jon Conte, PhD; Det. Michael Johnson (Ret.)

70.        Child Abuse Masquerading as a Treatment Intervention: Response Strategies for Coercive Restraint Practices in Utah and the United States              (Intermediate-CP/CW)
Alan Misbach, LCSW;  Jean Mercer, PhD; Randal Pennington, PsyD; Albert Phipps, MSW; Shannon Cayer, MA

71         The REACH Families Project: A Trauma-Informed Treatment Model for Working with Homeless Children and Families    (Intermediate-MH)      
Deanna Boys, MA; Cara Samelson, LMFT; Brandi Hawk, PhD

72         The Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome: Why It's Still Relevant          
(Beginning-INTD)
 
Susan Hardie, PhD

73         Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse but Still Victims of their Imagery: NCMEC's Victim Services Initiative              (Intermediate-MH)
Lanae Holmes, LCSW; Adrienne Hoffman-Lewis, MA

74         Development and Implementation of a Brief Screening & Intervention Care Process Model for Child Traumatic Stress in Children's Advocacy Centers (Beginning-CP/CW)
Kara Byrne, PhD; Kristine Campbell, MA; Brooks Keeshin, MD, Doris Duke Fellows; Lindsay Shepard, MSW

75         70+ Years Addressing Child Maltreatment in the USA: Pioneers and APSAC's Role in Improving Practice, Science and Resiliency; Videos, Pictures, and Commentary  Part 2 (Intermediate-INTD)
David L. Corwin, MD, Presentation Chair; Randell Alexander, MD, Presentation Co-Chair; Sandra Alexander, MEd; Bea Yorker, JD; Tony Mannarino, PhD; Kathleen Faller, PhD; Victor Vieth, JD; David Finkelhor, PhD; Donna Pence, BS; Rob Parrish, JD  

                                      

76.        A Copycat Case of Medical Child Abuse: The Brittany Phillips Investigation     (Intermediate-LE)                    
Michael Weber, BS

77.         Research Sessions:

77.1.     Child Sexual Abuse in a Military Community              (Beginning-CD)        
Sara Skinner, PhD

77.2.     Bad to the Bone: Pet Abuse, Child Abuse, and Intimate Partner Violence    (Intermediate-INTD)
Andrew Campbell, BS

78.        Roundtable Discussions:

78.1.     Ask the Experts: Advice about Your Toughest Cases    (Intermediate-INTD) 
Frank Vandervort, JD

78.2.     The Complexities of Trafficking Survivors' Vulnerabilities and Health Outcomes: The Mass General Freedom Clinic Experience with Caring for Trafficked Youth            (Intermediate-Med)
Wendy Macias-Konstantopoulos, MD, MPH, Andrea Reilly, MD

78.3.     When the Going Gets Tough: Mental Health and Stress Management for Child Maltreatment Professionals    (Intermediate-MH)  
Marsha Brown, PhD

78.4.     Training Needs of Volunteer and Employed Guardians ad Litem     (Intermediate-Adv)
Morgan Cooley, PhD; Heather Thompson, PhD; Marianna Colvin, PhD

 

78.5.     Suicide Bereavement and Traumatic Grief in Adolescents: Helping Adolescents Cope with Traumatic Reactions to Sibling and Parental Suicide (Intermediate-MH)       
Brian Denietolis, PsyD

78.6.     Creating APSAC Research to Practice Briefs in the Classroom:  Real-World  Writing Experience for Students              
Bri Stormer, MSW

78.7.     The Neurobiology of Trauma: Implications for Healing (Intermediate-MH) 
Ashley Bolella, MSW

78.8.     Silent Suffering: Responding to Self-Harm in Foster Care    (Beginning-CP/CW)
Participants will dive into the uncertainty behind self-injury and increase awareness of resources and techniques to respond to self-harming behaviors among youth in foster care.   
Katie Langer, MSW

78.9      Making a Difference in Abusive Head Trauma Prevention: Focusing on the Leading Trigger  (Beginning-EfC)
Period of PURPLE Crying is an evidence-based Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma (SBS/AHT) prevention program.
Chanda Clift, BS

3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Sessions 79 - 86

79.        Interviewing LGBTQ+ Youth       (Intermediate-FI / INTD)
This presentation will discuss current issues of the LGBTQ+ community and help identify ways to aide in the interview process and investigations involving this population.      
Kim Skidmore, BA

80.        Avoiding Implicit Bias in Child Maltreatment: Strategies for Increasing Medical Providers Awareness        (Intermediate-Med)
Patricia  Morgan, MD

81.        Sexual Abuse in the US Catholic Church: Two Steps Forward One Step Back    (Intermediate-INTD)          
Angelo Giardino, MD

82.        Igniting SPARCS of Change in Treatment: Utilizing an Evidence-Informed Intervention for Adolescents in Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Settings             (Intermediate-MH)
Mandy Habib, PsyD; Victor Labruna, PhD

83.        70+ Years Addressing Child Maltreatment in the USA: Pioneers and APSAC's Role in Improving Practice, Science and Resiliency; Videos, Pictures, and Commentary  Part 3 (Intermediate-INTD)
David L. Corwin, MD, Presentation Chair; Randell Alexander, MD, Presentation Co-Chair; Sandra Alexander, MEd; Bea Yorker, JD; Tony Mannarino, PhD; Kathleen Faller, PhD; Victor Vieth, JD; David Finkelhor, PhD; Donna Pence, BS; Rob Parrish, JD     

 

84.        Offenders of Children and Child Sexual Abuse Images (Intermediate-INTD)   
Rich Love

*This workshop is supported by FVTC/NCJTC*        

                       

85.        Forensic Interviewer in the Courtroom              (Beginning-FI/Adv)
Jesse Gonzalez, BS

86.        Roundtable Discussions:

86.1.     Living It.... Vicarious Trauma      (Intermediate-LE)
Sgt. Jim Sears

86.2.     Protective Factors for Trauma-Affected Youth with Suicidal Ideation (Intermediate-EfC)
Elena Doskey, PhD; Natalie Gallo, MEd

86.3.     Examining Proximal and Distal Adverse Childhood Experiences among Justice-Involved Youth: What is the Relation to Functional Impairment?              (Intermediate-MH)
Jacquelynn Duron, PhD, Doris Duke Fellows; Abigail Williams-Butler, PhD; Feng-Yi Liu, MA; Danielle Nesi, MA; Kathleen Fay, JD; B.K. Elizabeth Kim, PhD

 

86.4.     A Precarious Gap in U.S. Criminal Codes Exists for Cases of Child Torture    (Intermediate-CP/CW) 
Ann Ratnayake, JD

86.5.     Retraumatizing through Rehoming    (Intermediate-CP/CW)  
Kathleen Bergquist, PhD

86.6.     Measuring the Long-Term Social and Economic Value of Investing in Children's Protection and Well-Being         (Advanced-EfC)
Maria Herczog, PhD

86.7.     The Forensic Cultural Integrative Model (FCIM): Developing Culturally Competent Forensic Interview Practices        (Intermediate-FI / INTD)
Christine Baker, PhD; Karyn Smarz, PhD; Aileen Torres, PhD

86.8.     Forensic Team Assessments      (Intermediate-CP/CW)  
Stephanie Kurilla, MA; Christopher Friedrich, MA; Melissa Ciottone, MA

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