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2 Our Invitation to You Join us for the 29th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment presented by the Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Rady Children s Hospital. The 2015 conference has been carefully planned and developed to meet the learning and networking needs of professionals working with families experiencing violence. The variety of the program allows you to develop your own learning experience that meets your specific needs. Come and be informed by ten pre-conferences, four plenary sessions, your choice of 140 concurrent sessions, and opportunities for networking and discussion among peers in our beautiful setting right by the San Diego Bay. Sessions are arranged in tracks of core and advanced medical, trauma therapy, forensic interviewing, investigations, legal, infant and early childhood mental health, research, substance abuse, prevention, child welfare, ethics, current issues, domestic violence, secondary traumatic stress & resilience and global perspectives topics. There is something for everyone. Some highlights this year are the child homicide investigations training, (a standing annual course), the latest in child brain research and the impact of toxic stress, and an emphasis on infant and early childhood mental health topics. Special sessions have been added this year to focus on secondary traumatic stress and its impact on you and your colleagues. We are placing an emphasis on the ethics of practice; a course that we offer every other year. We have also expanded our one world vision with a more robust international focus throughout the conference. Our expert faculty will impart strong sciencebased interventions with practical experience and real usable solutions. Over 1,800 professionals from the USA and 35 countries have the opportunity to learn from each other, focus on skills, knowledge, the best practices available, and to interact and form personal and professional relationships. With every new lesson learned, we hope you come away from this conference replenished, energized with a renewed passion and commitment to work with families to become healthy and free from physical abuse, sexual violence, and neglect. The Chadwick Center Staff Charles A. Wilson, MSSW Senior Director Contents Invitation Collaborators Accreditation, Exhibitor Info Preconference Programs Guide to Session Topics Workshop Sessions Hotel, Transportation, Attractions.. 15 Online Registration Information... 6,15 sandiegoconference.org PLEASE VISIT OUR SITE FOR Online Registration Link Conference Brochure Program by Tracks and Detailed Descriptions Topic and Speaker Changes Faculty Information Accreditation Updates Exhibit Hall Details Hotel and Travel Information 2 DVD Recordings will be available after the Conference. Program designed by

3 CONFERENCE COLLABORATORS Academy on Violence and Abuse (AVA) American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) California Chapter of American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (CAPSAC) California Dept. of Social Services, Office of Child Abuse Prevention California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC) International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) Mayo Clinic Child and Family Advocacy Program Children s Hospital Association formerly NACHRI National District Attorneys Association/National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse National Children s Alliance (NCA) National Criminal Justice Training Center, Fox Valley Technical College U.S.Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Photo courtesy of Balboa Park Marketing Many organizations sponsored their staff to present. These are acknowledged in program. ACCREDITATION Continuing education credit will be offered to health care providers and other professionals. Please visit our conference website for further information on specific credit types being offered and associated fees. Questions regarding certification or educational content should be directed to EXHIBITORS For information on exhibiting at the San Diego International Conference, contact the Exhibits Coordinator at , or check details on our website at sandiegoconference.org. Sites will be assigned on first-come basis until Exhibit Hall is filled CALL FOR PAPERS Interested in presenting at the 2016 Conference? The Call for Papers will be available August 1, 2014 at sandiegoconference.org. ABOUT THIS YEAR S BROCHURE THEME The year 2015 marks the 100th Anniversary of Balboa Park in San Diego. The Panama California International Exposition in 1915, San Diego s first major international fair, provided the impetus behind creating many of the central buildings and gardens as they still appear today. A century later, Balboa Park stands as the largest cultural urban park in the world. For details, visit Balboa Park at: 3

4 PRECONFERENCE INSTITUTES AND TRAININGS Institutes and Trainings require an additional registration fee. Registration information and rate is listed with each institute. Onsite Registration begins one hour before the event. Continuing education credits may be earned on all events except Institute B Child Homicide Investigations. HOW TO REGISTER Register : A. BASIC SEXUAL ABUSE MEDICAL EVALUATION CHADWICK CENTER F. CHILD ABUSE 101 CAPSAC SATURDAY JANUARY 24 INSTITUTE A BASIC SEXUAL ABUSE MEDICAL EVALUATION :00 AM 4:30 PM Course Moderator: Marilyn Kaufhold Presenters: Jennifer Davis, Sandra Murray, Premi Suresh, Lorena Vivanco Presented by Chadwick Center This is a comprehensive basic review of the sexual abuse medical evaluation for prepubertal children and adolescents. Modules include epidemiology, anogenital anatomy, best practice examining procedure, acute and nonacute anogenital findings in prepubertal children and adolescents and a brief introduction to STDs in the context of sexual abuse. This is intended for medical providers; however, others will be allowed to attend with the understanding that medical providers are the intended audience. Limited to 50 participants. Rate: $165 Register online Registration Deadline: January 15, 2015 SATURDAY JANUARY 24 & SUNDAY JANUARY 25 INSTITUTE B CHILD HOMICIDE INVESTIGATIONS :00 AM 4:30 PM Presenters: Thomas Biesty, Brian Killacky, Joni McClain Presented by National Criminal Justice Training Center, Fox Valley Technical College (NCJTC) Participants will learn the protocols of the autopsy, the forensic essentials, the criticality in determining the cause and manner of death; the unique aspects of investigating a child homicide, interviewing and interrogation; methods to develop the suspect pool and the role and importance of the prosecutor in gaining appropriate convictions. Rate: $325 (The fee includes program materials and instructional costs.) Registration: NCJTC uses an online registration system. To register, visit If you experience problems, have questions regarding online registration, or do not have Internet access, contact (888) or Visit for information, training agenda and logistics. Register early as this Institute is subject to cancellation if a minimum attendance is not met by December 19, SUNDAY JANUARY 25 INSTITUTE C TWO HALF DAY TRAINING CLASSES Presented by Academy on Violence and Abuse (AVA) C1: ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES (ACE) STUDY FINDINGS: :00 AM 12:00 NOON INTEGRATION INTO CLINICAL PRACTICE Presenters: David Corwin, Vincent Felitti, R.J. Gillespie, Tasneem Ismailji Learn the ACE Study findings. Learn how to develop trauma informed care environments and how ACEs/resilience screening is being used in a primary care pediatric practice. Learn how to use the AVA ACE Study DVD and the online ACEs: Informing Best Practice white paper to educate others about the ACE Study and current uses. Register directly with the sponsoring agency: B. CHILD HOMICIDE INVESTIGATIONS FVTC C. TWO HALF DAY TRAINING INSTITUTES AVA D.POSITIVE PARENTING TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN ISPCAN E. THREE ADVANCED TRAINING INSTITUTES APSAC C2: STAY FOCUSED ON YOUR CAREER PATH: BE THE LEADER YOU ASPIRE TO BECOME :00 PM 4:30 PM Presenters: Randell Alexander, Tasneem Ismailji, Susan Kelley, F. David Schneider, Agnes Tiwari Learn specific skills and strategies to make a significant impact on the effects and prevalence of violence and abuse. Rates: $165 for both morning and afternoon sessions $85 for half day only Discount for current and new AVA Members Register directly with AVA Registration Deadline: January 21,

5 SUNDAY JANUARY 25 POSITIVE PARENTING TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN :00 AM 5:30 PM Presenters: Jane Barlow, Bernard Gerbaka, Rajeev Seth, Joan van Niekerk Presented by International Society for the Prevention D of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) Four international perspectives on aspects of parenting/child caregiving, which research indicates contribute to positive outcomes for children. Evidence-based strategies and programmes that promote positive parenting/child caregiving will be discussed. Participants will be encouraged to discuss the potential application and adaptations of programmes and strategies in different contexts and cultures, as well as to share evidence-based programmes or programmes that they have implemented or come across in the context of their practice. Rates: ISPCAN member $125 ISPCAN non-member $185 Developing Country Delegate $65 New/renewing ISPCAN developing country member (includes 2015 membership dues) $120 New/Renewing Member (includes 2015 membership) $270 Register directly with ISPCAN Registration Deadline: January 16, 2015 Fax: Phone: Mail: ISPCAN, E. 16th Avenue, B-390, Aurora, CO INSTITUTE INSTITUTE E THREE ADVANCED TRAINING INSTITUTES :00 AM 4:30 PM Presented by The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) E1: ADVANCED ISSUES IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE Debra Esernio-Jenssen, Barbara Knox Important current and emerging issues in child sexual abuse what s new, what s novel, and what needs improvement. Included will be a review of the current scientific literature regarding timing and types of forensic collections, advances in sexually transmitted infections (STI) testing including current recommendations, and the significance of anogenital findings. In addition, updates of child trafficking and the medical evaluation will be reviewed. Finally, sexualization of children in the media and how it relates to child sexual abuse will be explored. E2: INTERVIEWING RELUCTANT CHILDREN: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IMPLICATIONS Julie Kenniston, Patti Toth Explore the different digital media that children might be exposed to in sexual exploitation and child abuse cases, manage your victim from investigation to trial and protect your victim in the age of digital technology including text messaging, internet, and social networking sites. The multi-disciplinary team can work together to manage victims as they navigate their way through the criminal justice system. Sometimes digital technology is used in an attempt to discredit victims, outlining prosecutors' best practices to prevent attacks, and the way to manage them when they occur. E3: TAKE THREE-COGNITIVE PROCESSING: ADVANCED CLINICAL STRATEGIES FOR THE COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT) TRAUMA THERAPIST Monica Fitzgerald, Marcela Torres Seasoned clinicians often voice challenges and frustration helping maltreated and trauma-exposed youth and their caregivers combat distorted, inaccurate, and unhelpful thinking patterns related to their trauma experiences. This institute offers specific cognitive restructuring strategies and techniques (e.g., Socratic Questioning, Responsibility Pie, Best Friend Role Play, evidence gathering and thought experiments) to help youth and caregivers contextualize and make meaning of traumatic experiences. Specific steps and innovative strategies will be taught, modeled, and practiced in this session with challenging clinical case examples. Therapists are encouraged to bring real case examples of problematic thinking to practice applying new strategies within small and large groups. All therapists using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) interventions will benefit from strategies offered, and clinicians who are familiar with Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) will learn how to skillfully incorporate these cognitive processing techniques into the implementation of the model. Audiotaped and videotaped clinical examples will be used to demonstrate skills. Therapists will leave the session equipped with fresh ideas and skills to apply to their complex trauma cases involving children of varying ages (preschool to adolescent). Rates: APSAC Member $165 Non-member $200 Register directly with APSAC at Registration Deadline: January 21, After that, please register onsite. Contact: Dee Dee Bandy at Phone: (Toll Free) or INSTITUTE F CHILD ABUSE :00 AM 4:30 PM Presenters: Diana Faugno, Colleen Friend, Rachel Gilgoff, Shelley Hamilton, Donna Pence, Julie Robbins Presented by the California Chapter of APSAC (CAPSAC) The latest overview on identifying and intervening with physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect from a multidisciplinary perspective and understanding of how various types of abuse occur, and the role and responsibilities of the various professionals, agencies and court systems as they work together on child abuse cases. An interdisciplinary team will present current information to prepare you for advanced sessions. Rate: $165 Register online Registration Deadline: January 21,

6 CONFERENCE PROGRAM SeSSionS/ SpeakerS are Subject to change by conference time DAILY CONFERENCE HOURS AT A GLANCE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Letters indicate day and time. MONDAY, JANUARY 26 TUESDAY, JANUARY 27 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28 THURSDAY, JANUARY 29 7:00 AM 4:45 PM Registration & Information 7:00 AM 6:00 PM Registration & Information 7:00 AM 6:00 PM Registration & Information NUMBERS INDICATE SESSION TOPICS 1 MEDICAL CORE 9 SUBSTANCE ABUSE (WEDNESDAY) 2 MEDICAL ADVANCED 10 PREVENTION (MONDAY/TUESDAY) 3 TRAUMA COUNSELING 11 CHILD WELFARE (TUESDAY/ WEDNESDAY) 4 FORENSIC INTERVIEWING 12 ETHICS (MONDAY/ TUESDAY) 5 INVESTIGATIONS 13 CURRENT ISSUES (TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY) 6 LEGAL 14 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (MONDAY/TUESDAY) 7:00 AM 5:00 PM Registration & Information A: 8:00 9:30 AM Workshops E: 8:00 9:30 AM Workshops J: 8:00 9:30 AM Workshops O: 8:00 9:30 AM Workshops 10:00 11:30 AM General Session B: 11:45 AM 12:45 PM Global Perspectives 10:00 11:30 AM General Session F: 11:45 AM 12:45 PM Friedrich Luncheon Global Perspectives 10:00 11:30 AM General Session K: 11:45 AM 12:45 PM Global Perspectives 10:00 11:30 AM General Session P: 11:45 AM 12:45 PM Global Perspectives C: 1:00 2:30 PM Workshops G: 1:00 2:30 PM Workshops L: 1:00 2:30 PM Workshops Q: 1:00 2:30 PM Workshops D: 3:00 4:30 PM Workshops H: 3:00 4:30 PM Workshops M: 3:00 4:30 PM Workshops R: 3:00 4:30 PM Workshops 5:00 7:00 PM Welcome Reception I: 4:45 6:15 PM Forums by Discipline N: 4:45 5:45 PM Discussion Groups 4:30 5:00 PM Closing Event 7 INFANT & EARLY CHILDHOOD 15 SECONDARY TRAUMATIC STRESS & RESILIENCE (WEDNESDAY) 8 RESEARCH (MONDAY/TUESDAY) 16 GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES Example: A1 is scheduled A for Monday, January 26, 8:00 9:30 AM and 1 is a Medical Core workshop. REGISTER ONLINE: BEFORE AFTER INDIVIDUAL RATE $495 $600 2 Join us on Facebook for the latest information! INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEE (resident of a foreign country with passport) RESEARCH PAPER PRESENTERS, ADDITIONAL WORKSHOP SPEAKERS, PRECONFERENCE SPEAKERS (who are not Conference faculty), U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL STUDENT/INTERN/RESIDENT (with letter from program or current valid student ID) EXHIBITORS $375 $375 3 DAILY RATE ($200/day) Circle days attending up to 2 days: MON TUE WED THUR $200 $200 4 CONTINUING EDUCATION CERTIFICATE Inclusive for San Diego Conference & Preconference Trainings $60 5 CONTINUING EDUCATION CERTIFICATE For Preconference attendance only $20 6 PRECONFERENCE INSTITUTE A: Basic Sexual Abuse Medical Evaluation (Saturday, January 24) $165 7 PRECONFERENCE INSTITUTE F: CAPSAC: Child Abuse 101 (Sunday, January 25) $165 8 WILLIAM FRIEDRICH MEMORIAL LECTURE & LUNCHEON (Wednesday, January 28) $40 6 QUESTIONS? (858)

7 january 26 MONDAY A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A10 A12 A14 concurrent SeSSionS a IT REALLY IS NORMAL TO BE NORMAL Karen Farst, Justin Fitzsimmons, presented by National Children s Alliance THE REASONABLE MEDICAL CERTAINTY OF ABUSIVE HEAD TRAUMA Sandeep K. Narang TAMING THE TRAUMA: A PRESCRIPTIVE PLAY-THERAPY MODEL FOR TRAUMATIZED CHILDREN, PART 1 Paris Goodyear-Brown SHADOW CHILDREN: ADDRESSING CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AND COMMERCIAL SEX EXPLOITATION WITHIN THE FAMILY Rita Farrell, presented by Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN TRAFFICKING AND COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION Holly Joshi, presented by National Criminal Justice Training Center/Fox Valley Technical College UNDERSTANDING, PRESENTING, AND CHALLENGING PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING AND TESTIMONY AT TRIAL AND SENTENCING Paul DerOhannesian II 8:00 9:30 am APPROACHING COMPLEX SOCIO-EMOTIONAL, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH, AND DEVELOPMENTAL NEEDS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD USING A TRANS-DISCIPLINARY APPROACH Meghan Lukasik, Ashley Rambeau HIGH RISK HEALTH BEHAVIORS OF COMMERCIALLY SEXUALLY EXPLOITED YOUTH Margaret Alexis Kennedy USING DATA TO INFORM ACTION: ESSENTIALS FOR CHILDHOOD SURVEILLANCE Melissa Merrick, presented by Centers of Disease Control ETHICALLY AND CRITICAL DECISION MAKING IN CHILD ABUSE PRACTICE Jon Conte HEALING CAREGIVER/CHILD RELATIONSHIPS AFTER EXPOSURE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Megan McKellogg-Guajardo general SeSSion plenary 10:00 11:30 am THE WITCH-HUNT NARRATIVE: POLITICS, PSYCHOLOGY, AND THE SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN Ross Cheit, JD, PhD, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Brown University, Providence, RI Politics, psychology, and the sexual abuse of children empirically challenges the view that a series of high-profile cases in the 1980s and early 1990s were hoaxes. Shows how a narrative based on empirically thin evidence became a theory with real social force, and how that theory stood at odds with the reality of child sexual abuse. global perspective lectures b 11:45 am 12:45 pm (bring your lunch) B16-a SOS: A STRUCTURED PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AID TOOL FOR PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND THEIR CAREGIVERS AFTER SEXUAL ABUSE Simone Ebbers, Aafke Scharloo, Martine Spijker B16-b CHILDREN WHOSE PARENTS VISITED THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT DUE TO INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, SUBSTANCE ABUSE OR A SUICIDE ATTEMPT: EVALUATION OF A HOSPITAL-BASED INTERVENTION AND CHILDREN'S LEVELS OF PSYCHOSOCIAL COMPLAINTS Eva Hoytema van Konijnenburg B16-c IS ANONYMOUS CHILDBIRTH A LEGISLATION THAT MAY PREVENT THE CYCLE OF CHILD MALTREATMENT? Catherine Bonnet B16-d CHASMS AND CULTURE: THE CHALLENGES OF CHILD PROTECTION KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL EXCHANGE ACROSS COUNTRIES AND REGIONS Joan van Niekerk B16-e NETHERLANDS AND THE ONE STOP SHOP APPROACHES Iva Bicanic, Peter van der Linden concurrent SeSSionS c 1:00 2:30 pm C1 CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN THE SETTING OF THE SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD Lynn Sheets C2 AN ADVANCED DAUBERT ANALYSIS OF ABUSIVE HEAD TRAUMA: RECENT DEFENSE HYPOTHESES Sandeep K. Narang C3 TAMING THE TRAUMA: A PRESCRIPTIVE PLAY-THERAPY MODEL FOR TRAUMATIZED CHILDREN, PART 2 Paris Goodyear-Brown Photos on this page courtesy of Balboa Park Marketing 7

8 MONDAY january 26 C4 THE EXTENDED FORENSIC INTERVIEW: WHAT IT IS, HOW TO DO IT, AND HOW TO DEFEND ITS USE IN COURT, PART 1 Laurie Fortin, Linda Steele C5 C6 C7 C8 C10 C12 C14 INTERVIEWING CHILDREN IN TECHNOLOGY FACILITATED CRIMES Julie Kenniston, presented by National Criminal Justice Training Center/Fox Valley Technical College PRESENTING AND DEFENDING LAY WITNESS AND LAY OPINION TESTIMONY IN CHILD EXPLOITATION CASES Paul DerOhannesian II CHILD PARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY IN THE CONTEXT OF COMPLEX AND UNSTABLE CAREGIVER/CHILD RELATIONSHIPS Megan McKellogg-Guajardo a. UTILIZING TOOLS FOR EFFECTIVE CHILD WELFARE PRACTICE: FAMILY RISK ASSESSMENT IN COLORADO Rebecca Orsi, presented by Social Work Research Center of Colorado State University b. UTILIZING TOOLS FOR EFFECTIVE CHILD WELFARE PRACTICE: ACCURATE AND EFFICIENT TRAUMA SCREENING IN COLORADO Helen Holmquist-Johnson, Rebecca Orsi, presented by Social Photo courtesy of Balboa Park Marketing Work Research Center of Colorado State University MOVING TOWARDS A MORE DATA-ORIENTED/EMPIRICAL FRAMEWORK Moira Kenney, Emily Putnam-Hornstein, Sarah Rock, presented by California Department of Social Services/Office of Child Abuse Prevention DECISION MAKING IN COMPLEX CHILD ABUSE CASES: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE Jon Conte, Lori Frasier USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN STALKING, PART 1 Rebecca Dreke concurrent SeSSionS d 3:00 4:30 pm D1 SENTINEL INJURIES IN INFANTS EVALUATED FOR CHILD PHYSICAL ABUSE Lynn Sheets D2 O.S.C.A.R.S. (OUT-STANDING CHILD ABUSE RESEARCH SELECTIONS) Randell Alexander, Cynthia Kuelbs D3 DIAGNOSTIC STATISTICAL MANUAL 5 (DSM-5): A DEVELOPMENTAL REFRAMING OF CHILD TRAUMATIC STRESS AND POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) Robert Pynoos D4 THE EXTENDED FORENSIC INTERVIEW: WHAT IT IS, HOW TO DO IT, AND HOW TO DEFEND ITS USE IN COURT, PART 2 Laurie Fortin, Linda Steele D5 CHILD PORNOGRAPHY, THEY RE NOT JUST PICTURES Richard Love, presented by National Criminal Justice Training Center/Fox Valley Technical College D6 CLASH OF THE MEDICAL EXPERTS: MORE THAN A SHAKE DEBATE Karen Farst, Justin Fitzsimmons, presented by National Children s Alliance D7 MOVING BEYOND BEHAVIOR: THE INTERIOR WORLDS OF EMOTIONAL (DYS)REGULATION Ruth Newton D8 a. STAKEHOLDER PERCEPTIONS OF ADDRESSING THE TRAUMA-RELATED MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS OF CAREGIVERS OF ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN: A MIXED METHOD INVESTIGATION Lisa Jobe-Shields, presented by Medical University of South Carolina b. INCORPORATING PROVIDER AND CONSUMER FEEDBACK TO ENHANCE TRAUMA FOCUSED COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY (TF-CBT) FOR ADOLESCENTS Angela Moreland, presented by Medical University of South Carolina c. USING THE COMMUNITY BASED LEARNING COLLABORATIVE MODEL TO PROMOTE INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION AND INCREASED ACCESS TO TRAUMA-FOCUSED SERVICES FOR CHILDREN Rochelle Hanson, presented by Medical University of South Carolina D10 MATERNAL DEPRESSION AND CHILD ABUSE RISK Leslie W. Craig, Premi Suresh D12 CRITICAL DECISION MAKING IN CHILD WELFARE PRACTICE Mary Meinig, Donna Pence D14 USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN STALKING, PART 2 Rebecca Dreke Photo courtesy of Balboa Park Marketing 8 Welcome Reception 5:00 7:00 pm For All Attendees and Faculty M U S I C B Y Ricky Ruis and Nathan Welden C L A S S I C A L G U I T A R I S T S

9 Photo courtesy of Balboa Park Marketing january 27 TUESDAY E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E10 E12 E14 concurrent SeSSionS e CHILD NEGLECT Barbara Knox RISK OF SEXUAL ABUSE IN GROUP ACTIVITIES, SPORTS AND CHURCH Angelo Giardino, presented by American Academy of Pediatrics TREATING COMPLEX TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Debra Wesselmann WHAT IS MY NEXT QUESTION? IMPROVING QUESTION FRAMEWORKS IN CHILD INTERVIEWS Scott Snider, presented by Duke Child Abuse and Neglect Medical Evaluation Clinic CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE INVESTIGATIONS IN A MINORITY OR CLOSED COMMUNITY Jeff Howard, presented by Federal Bureau of Investigation NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN CRIMINAL LAW IMPACTING PROSECUTION OF CHILD ABUSE Sasha Rutizer, presented by National District Attorneys Association/National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER Christina Chambers, Kenneth Lyons Jones a. STRANGER ABDUCTIONS: RECENT FINDINGS ABOUT NATIONAL INCIDENCE AND TYPES Janis Wolak b. TREATMENT ACCESS FOR A NATIONAL SAMPLE OF CHILDREN EXPOSED TO VIOLENCE AND ABUSE David Finkelhor, Janis Wolak EXPANDING PREVENTION THINKING WITH NON-PROGRAMATIC STRATEGIES Randell Alexander, Sandra Alexander, presented by Centers of Disease Control CRITICAL DECISION MAKING IN EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS Lucy Berliner, Mark Chaffin RETHINKING HOW WE DEFINE CHILD MALTREATMENT AND FAMILY VIOLENCE WORK Casey Gwinn, Charles Wilson 8:00 9:30 am general SeSSion plenary 10:00 11:30 am HOW DO YOU CARE FOR A "WILD CHILD"?: FORMING A HEALING TEAM Sharon Behrens Sharon Behrens, adoptive & foster parent, discovered the miraculous ability of children to heal through her own experiences raising Mia. WHAT DOES IT FEEL LIKE TO BE A "WILD CHILD"?: FINDING HOPE AND RESILIENCE Mia Behrens Mia, a gravely traumatized child, known in psychiatric literature as the Wild Child, now speaks out with her mother about the formation of the Healing team and the process of becoming a triumph after tragedy. Together they make real the experience of the step-by-step transformation that gives hope to those experiencing trauma and those serving children. Mia s journey from Wild Child to a caring, productive woman has been documented in literary accounts and a February 2009 CBS Nightly News segment with Katie Couric. This story was nominated for an Emmy in global perspective lectures f 11:45 am 12:45 pm (bring your lunch) F16-a CHILDREN EXPOSED TO VIOLENCE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERVENTION IN THEIR BEHALF Charles Clemons, Dorothy Hambayi, Lawrence Marum F16-b NO KIDS IN THE MIDDLE: A PROGRAM FOR HIGH CONFLICT DIVORCE Kim Schoemaker, Margreet Visser F16-c MY EXPERIENCE ON THE PONTIFICAL COMMISSION OF THE PROTECTION OF MINORS Catherine Bonnet F16-d DETECTING CHILD MALTREATMENT AT THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT BASED ON PARENTAL CHARACTERISTICS Hester Diderich F16-e PROTECTION AND REHABILITATION OF CHILD LABORERS THROUGH PUBLIC HEALTH INTERVENTIONS Rajeev Seth F16-f THE CHILD MALTREATMENT MEDICAL CURRICULUM Bernard Gerbaka 9

10 TUESDAY january 27 G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G11 G13 G14 concurrent SeSSionS g MOLECULES TO MILIEU: THE BIOLOGY OF RESILIENCE John Stirling METABOLIC AND GENETIC MIMICKERS OF CHILD ABUSE Cindy W. Christian 1:00 2:30 pm EYE MOVEMENT DESENSITIZATION AND REPROCESSING (EMDR): DEATH AND TRAUMA Debra Wesselmann THE SCIENCE OF CHILD FORENSIC INTERVIEWING Gail Goodman INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION IN SERIOUS PHYSICAL AND SEXUAL CHILD ABUSE CASES, PART 1 Michael Weber DAUBERT/FRYE IN ABUSIVE HEAD TRAUMA CASES Sasha Rutizer, presented by National District Attorneys Association/National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse CULTURE AND PARENTING: RECOGNIZING CULTURAL VALUES IN PARENTING Beth Limberg RESPONDING TO VICTIMS DEPICTED IN CHILD PORNOGRAPHY: NEW RESEARCH & PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS Kaitlin Lounsbury, Wendy Walsh, Janis Wolak, presented by National Children s Alliance SUPPORTING FOSTER CARE PROVIDERS OF YOUTH WITH COMPLEX TRAUMA: HOW CHILD PROTECTION PROFESSIONALS CAN ENHANCE CAREGIVER EFFECTIVENESS, PART 1 Daniel Rothman, Bobbi Walling PARALLEL PLAY IN IMPLEMENTATION OF EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES FOR MALTREATED YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILIES, PART 1 Abby Gerwirtz, Rochelle Hanson, David Kolko, Shannon Self-Brown INTEGRATED WELLNESS APPROACH TO GROUP TREATMENT FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS AND THEIR CHILDREN Leslie Ann Ross Photo courtesy of Balboa Park Marketing H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 H7 H8 H11 H13 H14 concurrent SeSSionS h 3:00 4:30 pm VIOLENT DEATHS IN CHILDREN: OPPORTUNITIES FOR PREVENTION AT A CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL Terra Frazier, Monica Nielsen Parker, presented by Children s Mercy Hospital DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF CHILD ABUSE Cindy W. Christian A SYSTEMIC APPROACH TO ADDRESSING THE NEEDS OF YOUTH AND FAMILIES EXPOSED TO TRAUMATIC EVENTS: TRAUMA SYSTEMS THERAPY Adam Brown, presented by New York University, Child Study Center CHILD INTERVIEWING 2015: UPDATE ON RESEARCH AND PRACTICE Thomas Lyon INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION IN SERIOUS PHYSICAL AND SEXUAL CHILD ABUSE CASES, PART 2 Michael Weber UNDERSTANDING AND WORKING WITHIN THE MILITARY JUSTICE SYSTEM Sasha Rutizer, presented by National District Attorneys Association/National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: ECOSYSTEMIC PLAY THERAPY WITH CHILDREN UNDER 5 & THEIR FAMILIES Beth Limberg REMEMBERING CHILDHOOD TRAUMA Gail Goodman SUPPORTING FOSTER CARE PROVIDERS OF YOUTH WITH COMPLEX TRAUMA: HOW CHILD PROTECTION PROFESSIONALS CAN ENHANCE CAREGIVER EFFECTIVENESS, PART 2 Daniel Rothman, Bobbi Walling PARALLEL PLAY IN IMPLEMENTATION OF EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES FOR MALTREATED YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILIES, PART 2 Abby Gerwirtz, Rochelle Hanson, David Kolko, Shannon Self-Brown REDUCING THE RISK OF SECONDARY TRAUMATIC STRESS IN WORKING WITH VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Leslie Ann Ross 10

11 january 27 TUESDAY forums by discipline i Moderators/facilitators provide opportunity for people to meet and greet, to mix and talk with colleagues in the same profession, and to discuss emerging issues. i1 PHYSICIANS John Stirling i2 NURSES Patty Secor i3 THERAPISTS Iby Kantor i4 FORENSIC INTERVIEWERS (ADVANCED) Linda Steele i5 FORENSIC INTERVIEWERS (NOVICE) Miriam Wolf i6 ATTORNEYS/JUDGES Nicole Rooney i7 INVESTIGATORS Richard Bennett, Rick O Hanlon i8 INTERNATIONAL Sherrie Bowen, Joan van Niekirk i9 CHILD WELFARE/ ADVOCATES Sarah Rock, Charles Wilson 4:45 5:45 pm january 28 WEDNESDAY J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J9 J11 J13 J15 concurrent SeSSionS j EXTERNAL SIGNS OF ABUSE AND NEGLECT Christopher Greeley 8:00 9:30 am SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME: ACCIDENTAL, DELIBERATE OR INTRINSIC SUFFOCATION? Roger Byard BEING HUMAN: MANAGING CONFLICTS BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL VALUES AND PERSONAL REACTIONS Erika Tullberg A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS Catherine Connell, presented by National Children s Alliance SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATIONS WITHIN A PSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTION Daniel Barrett JURY SELECTION IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES: PICKING JURORS WHO WILL SEE THINGS YOUR WAY Paul Stern EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION STRATEGIES FOR CHILDREN WITH PRENATAL SUBSTANCE EXPOSURE Ira Chasnoff WHY WON T THEY JUST GO TO TREATMENT? ENGAGING FAMILIES AFFECTED BY SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS Alexis Balkey CREATING A TRAUMA INFORMED COMMUNITY: ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS AND COMMUNITY PRACTICES Linda Billman, Lisa Conradi, Susan Erstling, Kelli Litsch, presented by Chadwick Trauma Informed Systems Dissemination and Implementation Project CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AND THE INSTITUTION: HOW FORMAL AND INFORMAL INSTITUTIONS SHIELD PREDATORS AND SHAPE ABUSE DYNAMICS Roger Canaff, presented by National District Attorneys Association/ National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse THE CRITICAL ROLE OF WORKPLACE STRESS IN ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH: HOW DO WE MAINTAIN SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS TO PREVENT CHILD AND FAMILY MALTREATMENT? Patricia Fisher general SeSSion 10:00 11:30 am the 2015 david l. chadwick endowed lecture A FINE BALANCE Cindy W. Christian, MD, The Children s Hospital of Philadelphia Endowed Chair In Prevention Of Child Abuse and Neglect, and Professor of Pediatrics at The Perelman School of Medicine at The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA A review of the balances required in thinking about child welfare work: nurture vs. nature, child vs. parent s rights, of truth and lies, and rules and exceptions. The work of child protection requires constant consideration of alternatives, and balancing these options is vital for the well-being of children. 11

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