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National Children’s Alliance Leadership Conference
Sunday, May 31, 2015 - Wednesday, June 3, 2015
National Children’s Alliance
Designed specifically for leaders in the Children’s Advocacy Center movement, NCA’s Leadership Conference is the only such event of its kind; providing education, networking and advocacy opportunities for directors, administrators, coordinators and board members of Children’s Advocacy Centers, CAC Chapters and multidisciplinary teams. Sessions are led by nationally recognized professionals, trainers and peer presenters.
New York EBTDC Managing and Adapting (MAP) TRAINING PROGRAM
Monday, June 1, 2015 - Thursday, June 4, 2015
9:30am-4:30pm each day
Either Syracuse, NY or Buffalo, NY based on interest
New York Office of Mental Health, in partnership with the IDEAS Center at NYU Child Study Center
The Evidence Based Treatment and Dissemination Center (EBTDC) of New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) is excited to offer mental health clinicians serving children and families an opportunity to improve clinical outcomes, enhance accountability, and increase their knowledge and skills. The EBTDC is offering free training in the MAP decision support system to all public child-serving agencies/programs in New York State. MAP offers organizations access to clinical training in anxiety, depression, disruptive behavior disorders, and trauma, in addition to state of the art decision support tools to guide and improve practice. The training consists of a mandatory pre-training webinar, a 4-day in-person training with our expert trainers, bi-weekly webinar consultation for 4 months following the in-person training, and a mid-point in-person meeting 2 months after initial training. Social Workers who complete the program also have the opportunity to receive free CEU credits.
To register for this training, please visit our website and complete the MAP Application.
This presentation will provide an overview of “Integrative Treatment of Complex Trauma for Adolescents” (ITCT-A). ITCT-A is an evidence-based treatment that was developed to assist clinicians in the evaluation and treatment of adolescents who have experienced multiple forms of psychological trauma, often in the context of negative living conditions such as poverty, deprivation and social discrimination. The core components of ITCT-A include: Assessment driven treatment; attention to complex trauma issues; use of multiple treatment modalities; relational processing of early attachment schema and current interpersonal expectations; skills development; therapeutic exposure and exploration of trauma; and advocacy and interventions at the system level
Trauma Informed Services and Treatments for Crossover Youth
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
9:00AM PT / 12:00PM ET
Learning Center Webinar
National Center for Child Traumatic Stress
Dr. Julian Ford -University of Connecticut Health Center Child Trauma Clinic
Dr. Patricia Kerig -Professor and Director of Clinical Training at the University of Utah
Crossover youth—those involved simultaneously or successively in both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems—represent a population with specific risks and unique needs for trauma-informed services. In this webinar, the presenters will discuss the processes leading maltreated youth to become dually involved in the juvenile justice system and will describe the characteristics of crossover youth with a particular focus on those living in urban settings, including the highly disproportionate representation of ethnic minority youth and girls. Theories and research regarding the underlying developmental processes and trajectories that link childhood maltreatment to adolescent involvement in the juvenile justice system also will be presented. A clinical framework for trauma-informed services and trauma-specific therapeutic and rehabilitative services will then be described, including models for intervening at the levels of systems and institutions, as well as evidence-based approaches for treating traumatized families and individual youths.
Complex Trauma in Adolescents: Assessment and Intervention of Risk and Symptoms in Clinical Practice
Thursday, June 4, 2015
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Designed for professionals who routinely interact with adolescents in the urban setting where the experience of complex trauma may be often overlooked. This workshop seeks to enhance participants’ understanding of the often complicated and difficult to recognize clinical presentations of adolescents who have experienced complex trauma and are interacting with multiple service systems. This workshop will assist the participants in recognizing potential complex trauma symptomology, engagement strategies for this population, and intervention techniques. Symptoms, engagement, risk management, and treatment of complex trauma symptomatology will be discussed.
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