Register now for a 3-day free online conference for Social Workers, Law Enforcement, Educators, & Prosecutors.
This event is co-sponsored by Cumberland County Children’s Advocacy Center, Maine Department of Education’s Office of School and Student Supports, Trauma-informed Prosecutor Project (TiPP), and Portland Pump Company.
Trainings are designed to provide cross disciplinary education, advocacy for systemic legal change, guidance for survivor support and leadership on emerging technologies, education and training around how to recognize and address the intersecting forms of child maltreatment in connection with child sexual abuse is the focus of all.
FEBRUARY 2-4, 2022 – 8:30AM TO 4PM
- Essentials of Trauma-Informed Care
- Essentials of Adverse Childhood Experiences
- Empowering Survivors To Understand The Impact of Childhood Trauma… Getting Through, Not Over
- Vicarious Trauma & Self-Care Strategies
- Understanding the Impact Of Trauma On Boys
- Strategies, Tips, & Activities for The Classroom: Building Connections & Developing Empathy
- Personal Safety Building Blocks: Consent, & Empathy for Parents
- Personal Safety Building Blocks: Consent, & Empathy for Professionals
- Trauma-Informed Approaches to Victims of Technology-Facilitated
- Abuse No Perfect Victim: Combating Issues & Overcoming Jury Bias in Cases with Difficult Kids
- Smoke & Fire: Trauma, ACEs, How They Impact Child Abuse Investigation & Prosecution
- Creating Trauma-Informed Spaces for Victims & Families Throughout the Justice System
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