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36th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment
January 22 - January 29$300
As the impacts of COVID-19 begin to ripple around the world, we understand how important it is to equip and support professionals in the field to effectively identify and address child maltreatment, trauma, and violence, We are excited to share a state-of-the-art, interactive program that is specifically designed for those professionals who are supporting our most vulnerable families. Internationally recognized faculty members will cover challenging topics in the following tracks:
- Mental Health and Trauma Counseling
- Forensic Interviewing
- Early Childhood Mental Health
- Child Welfare
- Prevention & Family Strengthening
- Secondary Traumatic Stress
- Leadership and Child Advocacy Center’s issues
- Trauma Informed Systems
- Scientific Sessions
- Victim Support and Advocacy
The Conference will offer interactive sessions with expert faculty in a virtual environment. Some highlights this coming year will include: innovations in providing therapy in a virtual environment; the intersection of trauma and race, legal issues related to immigrant populations, multidisciplinary team approach for comprehensive patient care; research on Adverse Childhood Experiences; an in-depth investigation track with sequential courses; addressing secondary traumatic stress, and, many others.