APSAC Forensic Interview Training
About the Forensic Interviewing
Clinics & Institutes
APSAC pioneered the Forensic Interview Training Institute model to
focus on the needs of professionals responsible for conducting
forensic/investigative interviews with children in suspected abuse
cases. Our comprehensive Institute offers a unique opportunity to
participate in an intensive training experience and have personal
interaction with leading experts in the field of child forensic
interviewing. Developed by top experts, APSAC's curriculum
teaches a structured narrative interview approach that emphasizes best practices based on research and is guided by best interests of the child. Attendees will receive a balanced review of several protocols and will develop their own customized narrative interview approach based on the principles taught during the Clinic and contained in the 2012 APSAC Practice Guidelines on Forensic Interviewing in Cases of Suspected Child Abuse.
CEU's are available, however CME's are not available at this time. APSAC is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. APSAC maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Scholarship funds available for law enforcement officers interested in attending the clinics. Click here for full eligibility information and the application form.
Cancellation Policy: For the January 2022 APSAC Forensic Interview Clinic, participants may cancel by December 3 for a $500 cancellation fee. There will be no refunds issued after December 3. Agencies may send another individual in the place of the individual who is unable to attend without incurring a fee. All substitutions must be finalized by December 20.
The cancellation policy may vary for Forensic Interview Institutes and advanced trainings. If you have questions about the cancellation policy for a given event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.