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					                                        2nd Annual

                       “Child Abuse: The Big Picture”




                                        November 29, 2012
                                        McLennan Community College
                                        Conference Center
Presented by:

       Advocacy Center
       for Crime Victims and Children
                       Amy Perkins
                       Executive Director
                       Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children



Welcome!!!
       After surviving a childhood of abuse and neglect, Tonier “Neen”
The Perversion Files recently released by the Boy Scouts of America echo that of Penn State Jerry Sandusky’s
       Cain lived on the streets for two nightmarish decades, where
Second Mile charity and Catholic Church priests, which all involve trusted members of the community who
       she endured unrelenting violence, hunger and despair while
had access to children they were supposed to mentor and to protect, but who instead exploited that access to
       and to molest the 66 criminal at risk children. related to her addiction.
groom racking up most vulnerable andconvictions Although media attention of child abuse has
       Incarcerated and pregnant issues, we treatment for her lifetime of
increased exponentially and raised awareness ofin 2004,in the field see a renewed need to ensure that
       blaming must end, we her a way out... and up. Her justice illustrates the
victim trauma offered must work harder to protect them and pursue story for these children and
encourage and enforce mandated reporting of child abuse.
       consequences that untreated trauma has on individuals and
       society at-large, including mental health problems, addiction,
Ask the general public and you will hear, “Things like that would never happen in my community” or “My
         to a good school and and in a great neighborhood, so they’re she is a nationally
kids gohomelessness we live incarceration. Today, safe,” but statistics tell us otherwise.
       renowned abused before they turn 18 and for boys, that devastation
1 in 4 girls are sexuallyspeaker and educator on the number is 1 in 6. of trauma
       and the hope of recovery.
The investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases are ever evolving and we are proud to offer the leading
experts in the field to present to you topics such as human trafficking, prevention and education, trauma
interventions and treatment, and much more to give us a true big picture perspective of the impact child abuse
         “My mother had a year’s keynote speaker, Jenna Quinn, is an inspiration and will share her
has on our precious children. This way of when
         she hit sexual abuse by a trusted family
story of childhood you, she would hold the friend and her journey in the pursuit of justice and the
         strap of the belt so resulted from
healing and legislative changes that the buckleher outcry.
       would hit you in your face and
Thank you so much for your unwavering dedication to the children in our community and welcome to the 2nd
       head, so we often got a lot of
Annual “Child Abuse: The Big Picture” conference!
       scars from the belt buckle.”

                                  Tonier Cain

Amy Perkins, MS, LPC-S
Executive Director
Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children




                                            Board of Directors
James Nelson, President                      William Roy DeFriend                 Scott Peters
Richard Wallace, Vice-President              Linda Ethridge                       Nida Priest
David Dumas, Treasurer                       Frank Gentsch                        Abel Reyna
Jamie Goble, Secretary                       Stephanie Hedrick                    Nikki Rhea
Julie Branch                                 Justin W. Lewis                      Cindy Shafer
Gretchen Braunstein                          Taina Maya                           Paul Wash
                  KEYNOTE SPEAKER




  2nd Annual      When Jenna Quinn was 13, her father’s best friend began
                  sexually abusing her. Jenna kept her secret for years because
 Child Abuse:     she didn’t want to hurt her family. Jenna is a triumphant
The Big Picture   survivor of sexual abuse. No, more than mere survivor, she has
                  become a valiant warrior against sexual abuse of children and
  Conference      adolescents.

                  Finally telling her secret brought such sweet relief that she has
 Nov. 29, 2012    been on a campaign ever since to spare others her torment. The
                  first step in that campaign was telling her story, just a few days
8:00am-4:30pm     after her molester was sentenced to 20 years in prison. “I’m
                  not scared. Don’t you be scared,” she told other victims at the
                  time.
MCC Conference
                  When she was 17, she was approached by the Dallas Morning
   Center         News about featuring her story. This was paramount in her
  Waco, TX        decision to speak out as a victor and not a victim. Her story
                  sparked an array of news and media opportunities for her to
                  speak out about child sexual abuse issues.
  CEUs and
TCLEOSE credit    She has moved into political action reaching out to Texas
                  legislators about the need for schools to adopt age-appropriate
   available      curriculum on child sexual abuse. Republican Rep. Tan Parker
                  championed what is now known as Jenna’s Law in August
                  2009, which passed the state senate unanimously. She has a
                  desire to see struggling individuals reach their full potential in
                  Christ, and live a life of peace and wholeness.
                            Conference Speakers
Ada McCloud, MMFT
         Ada McCloud is a Program Specialist for Children’s Advocacy Center of Texas in Austin, Texas
         (CACTX), where she provides training and technical assistance to local CACs. Prior to joining
         CACTX, Ada served as the Program Director for the Children’s Advocacy Center of East Texas
         (CACET) in Longview, Texas. Before assuming the position of Program Director she was the
         Forensic Interviewer with the CACET. She began her career in the child abuse field in early 2000 as a
         Child Protective Services Specialist in Longview. Ada earned her Bachelor of Science, in Youth and
         Family Ministry in 1994 and her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy in 1997 both from Abilene
         Christian University in Abilene, Texas. Ada has conducted more than 700 forensic interviews of
         children, provided court testimony and facilitated multidisciplinary team case review staffings at the
         CACET. In addition, she was actively involved in providing Child Abuse Awareness Programs to
         civic organizations throughout East Texas. Currently, Ada oversees the Forensic Interview training
         curriculum offered by CACTX as well as providing forensic interview training to local member
         centers. In addition, she has presented at both state and national conferences on forensic
         interviewing, peer review for forensic interviewers, supervision of forensic interviewers,
         multidisciplinary case reviews, and other multidisciplinary team issues.

         Workshop Topic: Case Review – What’s in it for me? Case Reviews for MDT Members— Team
         members listen up – this session is for you! Children’s Advocacy Centers are mandated to coordinate
         Case Review/Staffing Meetings for the members of the multidisciplinary team. The intent of these
         meetings is to provide members of the MDT an opportunity to coordinate and plan investigative,
         intervention, and prosecution efforts. These meetings are for you! Come and learn how to get the
         most out of these meetings for your cases and the kids in your cases.


Ann Sharon Knight Sims, M.D.
         Dr. Ann Sims earned her Medical Doctorate from the University of Texas Medical Branch in
         Galveston and is the Medical Director of the Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children. For
         the past 24 years she has provided medical examinations for 850 children who allege sexual abuse, as
         well provide court testimony as an expert in this regard. Dr. Sims is trained in Child Sexual Abuse
         exams and collaborated with the Texas Office of the Attorney General of facilitate SANE training in
         this area. She has served as Associate Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of
         Texas Medical Branch (Galveston) and is the recipient of the Texas Association Against Sexual
         Assault Medical Services Award of Excellence and the Hometown Hero Award for Outstanding
         Service to the Waco Community. Dr. Sims is a member of the North American Society for Pediatric
         and Adolescent Gynecology and the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. She is
         married to Dr. Gayland Sims of Waco Surgical Group and they have three grown children and 1
         grandson.

         Workshop Topic: The Child Sexual Abuse Medical Exam - What's Normal and What's Not—
         This course will discuss the “Medical” exam performed on children who make delayed outcries of
         sexual abuse. The need for and importance of these exams will be presented and we will walk
         through the exam itself, including techniques used. Normal pre-pubertal and adolescent genital
         anatomy will be discussed, and examples of normal, nonspecific, suspicious and abnormal exams
         findings will be presented.
Det. Anne Cyr, BA
         Det. Anne Cyr, a native of Canada, served in the U.S. Army for 4 years as a Combat Medic. Upon
         completion of her military contract she enrolled at Baylor University where she graduated with a
         Bachelor of Arts degree. Her concentration was in Sociology focusing on Juvenile Delinquency,
         Criminology, and Gerontology. Det. Cyr has been employed with the Waco Police Department for
         approximately 9 years. She started her law enforcement career as a Patrol Officer and worked in that
         area for 7 years. She later moved to a detective’s position in the Waco Police Department’s Crimes
         Against Children Unit. She currently holds a Master Peace Officer Proficiency Certification with the
         Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLOESE).

         Workshop Topic: Co-Presenter “Now What? Handling the Unexpected in Child Abuse
         Investigation and Prosecution”— This presentation will help all members of the MDT to
         collaborate and formulate strategies for dealing with various issues that arise in a child sexual abuse
         case, including: recantation, undesirable victim behaviors, uncooperative caregivers, ongoing
         manipulation by the offender and his supporters, claims of previous false allegations, mistakes and
         omissions in the investigation, decisions by other agencies, and complex scientific evidence. The
         speakers will apply suggestions and analyze mistakes made with an actual case study, The State of
         Texas v. Wesley Branch.



Delorean Wilkinson-McGee, BS, CHES
         DeLorean Wilkinson-McGee has a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education with a
         concentration in Minority Health Disparities and Adolescent Youth and Health Development from
         Baylor University. In 2011, DeLorean was certificated by the National Commission for Health
         Education Credentialing as a Certificated Health Education Specialist (CHES). After a completing
         her internship with the Advocacy Center, she served as a Sexual Violence Prevention Specialist at the
         Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children. DeLorean currently serves as the Primary
         Prevention Coordinator for the Prevention and Education Team, which focuses on engaging
         communities in stopping sexual violence before it occurs. Her program scope is to offer education
         and other assistance such as developing prevention strategies to diverse groups including:
         organizations serving youth, social service providers, mental health professionals, human resource
         and administration, college/university faculty and staff, public health professionals, human resources
         administration, faith based organizations, students, parents, faith community members, civic groups,
         coaches and others. DeLorean serves as a member of local School Health Advisory Councils and the
         Sexual Assault Advisory Board at Baylor University.

         Workshop Topic: How Do We Stop It Before It Starts: Bullying Prevention Strategies for
         Schools-Participants will explore ways to change school culture about bullying and ways to identify,
         intervene, and address different forms of bullying, along with gender based bullying. Special attention
         will be focused on different bullying prevention programs that can be integrated into every
         campus/community and encourage behavior change. Participants will also discover ways to empower
         students and parents to address bullying in their everyday lives.
Hillary LaBorde, J.D.
        Hilary LaBorde has been employed as a prosecutor with the McLennan County District Attorney’s
        office for over 10 years, and is currently assigned to the Crimes Against Children Division. She has
        prosecuted a wide range of cases involving child victims, from Indecency with a Child to Capital
        Murder, and served for almost five years as the office’s civil prosecutor working with Child
        Protective Services. Mrs. LaBorde has a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science, and
        earned her Juris Doctorate from Baylor Law School in 2002.

        Workshop Topic: Co-Presenter Creative Corroboration— The investigation of child abuse should
        always include the collection of corroborative evidence. While corroboration may include DNA
        evidence and a confession, most cases are won in court by corroborating the only piece of direct
        evidence available: the child’s outcry. This workshop will provide attendees a roadmap for bolstering
        the child’s statement, with examples from actual cases provided throughout.




Jennie Barr, Ph.D.
         Eugenia (Jennie) Barr, Ph.D. has been employed with a prosecutor-based state agency in crime victim
         services since 2000, serving as Director of Training and Victim Assistance, Program Administrator
         for Applied Research, Director of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Crisis Services Program, which
         includes the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)
         Programs as well as a Primary Prevention Program, and most recently as the Sexual Assault Training
         Program Coordinator. Dr. Barr has also served as training specialist and mental health support for
         divisions that handle internet crimes against children, apprehension of sex offender fugitives, and
         death penalty cases. Additionally, she serves as an editorial board reviewer for a respected family
         therapy journal, as a consultant/presenter on crime-victim related issues and their impact on those
         who work with victims, support victim service providers and the community members who
         participate in the criminal justice process. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, she brings her
         clinical expertise to training on the psychological impact of working in high-intensity fields, the
         impact of mass casualty events, human trafficking, crisis intervention, ethics, stress management,
         compassion fatigue and resiliency.

         Workshop Topic: Ethics in Providing Services to Victims of Child Abuse — Ethics in providing
         victim services is paramount to ensuring that the rights of victims are balanced with the needs of the
         criminal justice process in prosecuting offenders of these crimes. Definitions of professionalism,
         ethical decision making and ethical self-awareness will be offered and discussed in the context of
         child abuse-related cases. Case scenarios will be presented and discussed, with participant input.
Jennifer Smyer Dickey, MSW
       Jennifer Smyer Dickey is a Lecturer in the Baylor University School of Social Work. She also serves
       as the Director of the Global Mission Leadership Initiative of Waco. Her professional work includes
       serving as the Director of Team Development for Antioch Ministries International for five years. In
       2005, Jennifer worked as the Project Director for International Service Partners in Sri Lanka. She has
       experience working as a Social Worker in Sudan, North Africa. Jennifer is a member of the National
       Association of Social Workers and Chairperson for the Global Mission Leadership Scholars review
       and selection committee for Baylor University School of Social Work. Other committee
       memberships include Admissions Committee School of Social Work, Global Education Task Force
       and the Global Living and Learning Advisory Board for Baylor University. She is a trained and
       specializes in training Congregational Response to Human Trafficking.

       Workshop Topic: Eyes Wide Open: Exposing Sex Trafficking in our Backyard— participants
       will gain awareness of sex trafficking prevalence in Texas and understand current laws and policies
       that protect and advocate for victims. Effort will be made to show how to identify sex trafficking
       victims in your professional context and learn ways to collaborate with other professional disciplines
       on victim identification and community resources.




Justine Lowrey, MA, NCC
       Justine Lowrey is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern with a Master of Arts in Counseling and
       Human Services with an emphasis in Community Agency Counseling from the University of
       Colorado Colorado Springs. She has worked with a range of different population of clients, i.e.
       victims of domestic violence, college students, clients with low income, no insurance, and
       developmental disabilities, and clients in the military. Mrs. Lowrey is currently the Rural Advocate at
       the Family Abuse Center in Waco, Texas. She provides Case Management, Legal Advocacy, and
       Counseling to victims of domestic violence for Bosque, Hill, Navarro, Freestone, Falls, and
       Limestone counties. Justine also has experience as a mental health counselor with background in
       individual, group, couples, and career counseling.


       Workshop Topic: Co-Presenter “Promoting Resilience in Children Exposed to Domestic
       Violence”- In this workshop, participants will review current research on the continuum of effects on
       children of exposure to domestic violence; learn about specific tools currently in use in domestic
       violence programs to understand the effects of exposure on individual children; and be guided to
       reflect on and enhance current efforts to promote resiliency in all children who have been exposed to
       domestic violence.
Kerry L. Burkley, D. Min.
        Dr. Kerry L. Burkley is the Program Director of the Children’s Advocacy Center of the Advocacy
        Center for Crime Victims and Children. For the past 15 years, he has been involved in the collaborative
        effort of Law Enforcement, District Attorneys, Children’s Protection Services, Mental Health, and
        Medical community concerning the investigation of serious child sexual and physical abuse in four
        counties. He is a trained Forensic Interviewer and fellow member of the Children’s Advocacy Center’s
        of Texas Professional Society of Forensic Interviewers and is on the front end of child abuse
        investigations. Dr. Burkley has presented in conferences in Texas and was the invited guest of the
        Oklahoma State Department of Health to present on Sexual Abuse issues in communities of faith. He is
        the founder and director of the Academy for Lay Ministry and Ministers In Training Certificate
        Programs through Greater Ebenezer where he teaches Theology, Biblical Exegesis, Hebrew and Greek
        Grammar. Dr. Burkley has an earned Doctor of Ministry and Master of Divinity degree and is pastor of
        the Greater Ebenezer Baptist Church of Waco, TX.

        Workshop Topic: “Help, I Need an Advocate!” What to Do With Child Abuse Outcry—session is
        devoted to understanding the different types of abuse and what individuals should do when a child
        makes an outcry. “Mandated Reporting”—Participant will also learn about mandated reporting
        guidelines and other resources useful in addressing the abuse of children. Participants will also learn
        what Texas Law is concerning the reporting child abuse.




  Det. Kim Clark
        Det. Kim Clark has been employed as a Peace Officer with the Waco Police Department for over
        fifteen years. She spent her first year as a patrol officer, and then spent three years with the Traffic
        Safety Enforcement Team. In 2001, Ms. Clark transferred to the Crimes Against Children Unit and
        became a detective. In this specialized unit, she investigates the physical and sexual abuse of children,
        as well as cases involving child endangerment and abandonment. She has testified as an expert in
        child abuse in numerous felony jury trials in McLennan County based on her training and extensive
        experience in this field. Prior to joining the Waco Police Department, Ms. Clark served for four and
        half years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps, stationed in Lemoore, California.

        Workshop Topic: Co-Presenter Creative Corroboration— The investigation of child abuse should
        always include the collection of corroborative evidence. While corroboration may include DNA
        evidence and a confession, most cases are won in court by corroborating the only piece of direct
        evidence available: the child’s outcry. This workshop will provide attendees a roadmap for bolstering
        the child’s statement, with examples from actual cases provided throughout.
Lizeth Castillo, LMSW
        Lizeth Castillo is a licensed master social worker with a Masters of Social Work from Baylor
        University. As a Hogg Foundation scholarship recipient, Miss Castillo specialized in promoting
        mental health among the Hispanic community through research, education, and culturally/
        linguistically competent direct services. She has experience in providing bilingual crisis intervention
        to primary and secondary victims of domestic violence and sexual assault through individual therapy,
        support groups, and the crisis hotline. Miss Castillo is the current bilingual counselor at Family Abuse
        Center in Waco, Texas. Her emphasis is to build strong foundations for individuals, families and
        communities while integrating bilingual therapy and counseling skills as an important aspect of work
        with children and families.


        Workshop Topic: Co- Presenter “Promoting Resilience in Children Exposed to Domestic
        Violence”- In this workshop, participants will review current research on the continuum of effects on
        children of exposure to domestic violence; learn about specific tools currently in use in domestic
        violence programs to understand the effects of exposure on individual children; and be guided to
        reflect on and enhance current efforts to promote resiliency in all children who have been exposed to
        domestic violence.




Matthew Stanford, Ph.D.
        Dr. Matthew S. Stanford is professor of psychology, neuroscience and biomedical studies at Baylor
        University. Professionally he has worked with a variety of mentally ill and brain injured individuals
        including those with aggression, personality disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, stroke, substance
        dependence, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. He is the author of the Focus on the Family
        recommended resource, Grace for the Afflicted: A Clinical and Biblical Perspective on Mental Illness
        (2008) and The Biology of Sin: Grace, Hope and Healing for Those Who Feel Trapped (2011). A fellow
        of the Association for Psychology Science (APS) his research on the interplay between psychology and
        faith has been featured nationally on radio talk shows, TV and publications such as USA Today and the
        New York Times, as well as news websites including Fox, MSNBC, Yahoo and US News & World
        Report. He is the co-founder and director of Mental Health Grace Alliance where he continues to write,
        conduct training seminars and serve those affected by mental illness and their families.

        Workshop Topic: Understanding the Impact of Child Sexual Abuse—This presentation is designed for
        anyone interested in understanding the devastating effects of child sexual abuse. Attendees will learn
        about the prevalence of child sexual abuse, the physical and psychological effects of child sexual abuse
        on the individual and how to help as a layman or non-therapeutic professional.
Melissa Fuller, MS, LPC-Intern
        Melissa Fuller is a counselor for the Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children of Waco, TX.
        In this role, she offers counseling to clients in a five county region. Melissa’s masters degree is in
        mental health counseling, Magna Cum Laude. She is an LPC intern and a PhD student in Advanced
        Studies and Human Behavior. Prior to working with the Advocacy Center, Melissa worked as a
        public school educator teaching English, Math and Science. She is the author of “The Impact of One”
        video presentation, produced for Cappella University Mental Health Department that chronicles her
        work in client victimizations and the importance of therapy that addresses emotional, social and
        physical trauma. In her spare time, Melissa participates in Marathons and Triathlons. She
        participated in the 2012 Half-Iron Man competition.

        Workshop Topic: Co-Presenter “Therapy for Trauma Victims: EMDR and Trauma Focused
        Cognitive Behavior Therapy”— Participants will learn about the history and value of utilizing these
        forms of therapy for trauma victims. This session will employ case study examples and referral
        information for professionals who work with clients that are recovering from trauma.

Michele Pike Davis, RN, SANE, BBA, MBA, Student FNP
         Michele Davis is a certified Texas Teacher concentrating in the Generalist Grades 4-8 curriculum.
         She is currently a student at Texas A & M University Corpus Christi earning a Masters in Nursing –
         FNP and will graduate in May 2013. She is a Registered Nurse and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
         (SANE). She holds a Bachelors and Masters degree of Business Administration. Michele currently
         works for the Advocacy Center for Crime Victim's and Children as SANE Coordinator. She is a
         faculty member of McLennan Community College in the Associate Degree Nursing program, and
         practices in various emergency rooms throughout central Texas. Her volunteer work includes a board
         membership for Mission Waco - Chair of Fundraising, Central Texas YMCA, and MCC Nursing
         Students Association.

         Workshop Topic: Pediatric Sexual Abuse Exam Process: Acute vs. Chronic— The session will
         detail the signs and symptoms that are associated with sexual abuse. Participants will also learn about
         the role of pediatric exams to an investigation when there is a lack of physical findings.


Michelle Davis, MEd., LPC-S
        Michelle Davis is a licensed professional counselor. She is the Clinical Director for the Advocacy
        Center for Crime Victims and Children. In this role, she supervises all clinical services which include
        therapy, case management, 24 hr crisis hotline & Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) as well as
        staff and interns responsible for providing direct services to clients. In addition, Michelle coordinates
        the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) and promotes public awareness of and support for
        victim’s issues in the community. Michelle holds the Master of Science Degree in Educational
        Psychology.

        Workshop Topic: “Secondary Trauma and the Importance of Self-Care”— participants will be
        able to identify what secondary trauma/compassion fatigue is and how to combat it in order to be
        sustainable in the helping profession.
Michelle Voirin, J.D.
           Michelle Voirin is the Chief Felony Prosecutor for the Crimes Against Children Division of the
           McLennan County District Attorney’s Office. She is board-certified in Criminal Law by the Texas
           Board of Legal Specialization. Michelle has been a prosecutor for 18 years, previously with the
           Collin County District Attorney’s Office and Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office. She has a
           Bachelors of Arts degree in Journalism and English from Baylor University in 1987 and the Juris
           Doctor degree from Baylor Law School in 1990. Michelle is a frequent speaker at local, state, and
           national conferences for prosecutors, law enforcement, medical and mental health care providers,
           forensic interviewers, other members of the Multidisciplinary Team (MDT), and the community in
           the areas of child sexual abuse, injuries of children, and homicides of children.

           Workshop Topic: Co-Presenter “Now What? Handling the Unexpected in Child Abuse
           Investigation and Prosecution”— This presentation will help all members of the MDT to
           collaborate and formulate strategies for dealing with various issues that arise in a child sexual abuse
           case, including: recantation, undesirable victim behaviors, uncooperative caregivers, ongoing
           manipulation by the offender and his supporters, claims of previous false allegations, mistakes and
           omissions in the investigation, decisions by other agencies, and complex scientific evidence. The
           speakers will apply suggestions and analyze mistakes made with an actual case study, The State of
           Texas v. Wesley Branch.




Viviana Triana, M.Div., LCSW
         Viviana Triana is the Bilingual Therapist at the Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children.
         She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and received her graduate degrees from Baylor University.
         Since completing her EMDR Level II training in 2008, she has used this modality with English- and
         Spanish-speaking clients who are survivors of abuse and are experiencing PTSD and complex trauma.


         Workshop Topic: Co-Presenter “Therapy for Trauma Victims: EMDR and Trauma Focused
         Cognitive Behavior Therapy”— Participants will learn about the history and value of utilizing these
         forms of therapy for trauma victims. This session will employ case study examples and referral
         information for professionals who work with clients that are recovering from trauma.
           November 29, 2012                                 McLennan Community College




                                                                                                                                  Registration Information
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           Workshop 1~9:00 a.m.-10:20 a.m.
           ____Help, I Need an Advocate: What to Do With Child Abuse Outcry
           ____Keeping Children Safe by Addressing Domestic Violence
           ____Creative Corroboration
           ____Secondary Trauma and the Importance of Self-Care

           Workshop 2~10:30 a.m.-11:50 a.m.
           ____Stand-By-Me: Bullying in Schools
           ____Case Review – What’s in it for me? Case Reviews for MDT Members
           ____Dynamics of Sexual Assault Exam
           ____Ethics in Providing Services to Victims of Child Abuse

           Workshop 3~1:30 p.m-2:50 p.m.
           ____Understanding the Dynamics of Child Abuse for Non-Therapeutic Professionals
           ____The Child Sexual Abuse Medical Exam: What’s Normal and What’s Not
           ____What Do I Do Now: Handling the Unexpected in Child Abuse Investigations, pt.1
           ____Therapy for Trauma Victims: EMDR and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior

           Workshop 4~3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
           ____Mandated Reporting
           ____What Do I Do Now: handling the Unexpected in Child Abuse Investigations, pt.2
           ____Eyes Wide Open: Exposing Sex Trafficking in our Backyard

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