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  • ou nvite y We i to join colleagues from around the world in January to attend the 27th annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment presented by the Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Rady Children’s Hospital. To challenge you, we are offering a terrific agenda of evidence and research- based topics, as well as current thinking and new ideas, presented by international experts and practitioners in the field. Our program offers a balance of well-known experts along with new faces. Our top notch faculty will impart strong science-based interventions with practical experience and real world solutions. Supplementing our standard concentrations in Medicine, Mental Health, Child Welfare, Law, Investigations, Forensic Interviewing, and Research, are intensive courses on Child Torture, Human Trafficking, Indian Country, Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, Law and Ethics courses for LCSW licensing, sessions for the Returning Combat Veterans and Their Families and a robust Global Perspectives track. Over 1,800 professionals from the USA and over 30 countries have the opportunity to learn from each other, to interact and form personal and professional relationships. We will focus on learning and spreading the best practices available throughout the world. This dissemination is vitally important for the health and well-being of children and families whose future depends on us all. We invite you to come to San Diego and please pass the word about our Conference to your colleagues and social media friends! Join us in 2013 to rekindle your passion and help create a world where children and families are healthy and free from abuse and neglect. The Chadwick Center Staff Charles E. Wilson, MSSW Senior DirectorCONTENTS PLEASE VISIT sandiegoconference.orgInvitation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 FORCollaborators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 • Online Registration LinkAccreditation, Exhibitor Info. . . . . . . . 3 • Conference BrochurePreconference Programs . . . . . . . . . 4–5 • Detailed Descriptions of SessionsGuide to Session Topics . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 • Hotel and Travel InformationWorkshop Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–14 • Topic and Speaker Changes • Faculty InformationHotel, Transportation, Attractions . . 15 • Accreditation UpdatesOnline Registration Information. . . . 15 • Exhibit Hall Details DVD Recordings will be available after the Conference from The Source of Knowledge.2 Program designed by www.abacusgraphics.com
  • CONfErENCE COllabOraTOrS• Academy on Violence and Abuse (AVA) — www.avahealth.org• American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) — www.aap.org• American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) — www.apsac.org• California Chapter of American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (CAPSAC) — www.capsac.org• California Dept. of Social Services, Office of Child Abuse Prevention—California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC) — www.cebc4cw.org• California Network of Child Advocacy Centers (CNCAC) — www.cncac.org• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) — www.cdc.gov• Chadwick Trauma-Informed Systems Project (CTISP) — www.chadwickcenter.org• Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) – www.fvtc.edu• Mayo Clinic Child and Family Advocacy Program — www.mayoclinic.org• National Children’s Alliance (NCA) — www.nca.org• National District Attorney’s Association (NDAA) — www.ndaa.org• National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) — www.missingkids.com• Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), U.S. Department of Justice — www.ojjdp.ncjrs.org SpONSOrSMany speakers are sponsored by their organizations. These are identified throughout the program. aCCrEdiTaTiON Continuing education credit is offered to physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, psychologists,certified counselors, social workers, marriage-family therapists, drug and alcohol abuse counselors, attorneys,law enforcement personnel and play therapists. Accreditations are being submitted for renewal. Our website,sandiegoconference.org, will list accrediting agencies once approval is granted. The San Diego Conference offers a total of 31 CEUs/CMEs/Contact Hours. Additionally, from 7.0 to 14.0 CEUs/CMEs/Contact Hours may be obtained by attending Saturday and Sunday Preconference Institutes & Trainings. Each attendeemay claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spends in the educational activity and must follow theprocedures for submitting verification of attendance. Cost is $25 for Preconference Institutes and Trainings only, and,$40 for Preconference sessions plus the San Diego Conference. CME/CEU/Contact Hour certificates will be sent by email following the conference. To ensure your email is correct,please check with staff at Onsite Registration Desk. An Attendance Certificate is included in the Conference manual. Questions regarding certification or educational content should be directed to sdconference@rchsd.org. ExhibiTOrS For information on exhibiting at the San Diego International Conference, contact the Exhibits Coordinator at858-966-4972, or email sdconference@rchsd.org. Details are available on sandiegoconference.org. Sites willbe assigned on ‘first-come basis’ until Exhibit Hall is filled. 2014 Call fOr papErS Interested in presenting at the 2014 Conference? The Call for Papers will be available after January 2013. Abstracts forresearch, poster presentations and workshops may be submitted online at sandiegoconference.org. 3
  • prECONfErENCE iNSTiTUTES & TraiNiNGS Institutes and Trainings require an additional registration fee. The rate is listed with each event. Preconference Onsite Registration begins one hour before the event. rEGiSTraTiON Register at sandiegoconference.org: A. BASIC SEXUAL ABUSE MEDICAL EVALUATION — CHADWICK CENTER D. CHILD ABUSE 101— CAPSAC E. HELP WIN THE RACE AGAINST CHILD ABUSE — CNCAC Register directly with the sponsoring agency: B. CHILD FATALITY INVESTIGATIONS — FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE C. THREE ADVANCED TRAINING INSTITUTES — APSACSaTUrdaY— JaNUarY 26 E VE NT BASIC SEXUAL ABUSE MEDICAL EVALUATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM a Physician Presenters: Joyce Adams, Kathleen Dully, Marilyn Kaufhold, Sandra Murray Sponsored by Chadwick Center A comprehensive basic review of the sexual abuse medical evaluation. Modules include epidemiology, anogenital anatomy, best practice examining procedure, acute and non-acute anogenital findings in prepubertal children and adolescents and a brief review of sexually transmitted diseases in the context of sexual abuse. While intended for medicalproviders, others will be allowed to attend with the understanding that medical providers are the intended audience.Rate: $125 • Register online at sandiegoconference.orgRegistration Deadline: January 11, 2013SaTUrdaY & SUNdaY— JaNUarY 26 & 27 E VE NT CHILD FATALITY INVESTIGATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM b Presenters: Brian Killacky, Rich Love (Saturday), Demetra Soter, Daniel Armagh (Sunday) Sponsored by Fox Valley Technical College Participants will learn: 1) To recognize the necessary investigative skills required to conduct child fatality investigations and to utilize techniques to identify suspect development if the death is ruled non-accidental.2) Strategies to understand and dispel myths surrounding suspect interrogations and fundamentals to conduct a successful interrogation.3) Provide an understanding of the important medical information to use in their evaluation.4) Legal implications and requirements of relevant federal and state law, case decisions and regulations for a successful investigation and prosecution.Rate: $295 for 2-day training • Limited to 50 attendeesRegister directly with Fox Valley Technical College • https://www.ncjtc.org/CJCI/Trainings/Pages/Child-Fatality-Investigations.aspxContact: Mary St. John at stjohn@fvtc.edu • Registration deadline: December 26, 20124
  • SUNdaY— JaNUarY 27 E V E NT THREE ADVANCED TRAINING INSTITUTES C 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Sponsored by The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) APSAC INSTITUTE #1 ADVANCED ISSUES IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE MEDICAL EVALUATIONS—Lori Frasier, Suzanne Starling Tackling some of the most difficult current issues in child sexual abuse medical evaluation including timing and type of forensic collections in children. New recommendations for testing sexually transmitted infections in children and adolescents will be presented including current state of the science in HPV infections in children. Peer review and methodologies will be discussed using real cases. Another major issue is disagreement among experts on significance of findings. In an ideal world how would these issues be resolved prior to charges being pressed? The presenters would like to review cases from the participants but they must be sent to Dr. Frasier, loridf@gmail.com, one week in advance of the workshop in order to be discussed.APSAC INSTITUTE #2COGNITIVE PROCESSING: ADVANCED CLINICAL STRATEGIES FOR COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT) TRAUMA THERAPIST—Monica Fitzgerald, Kimberly Shipman 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, innovative 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 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 implementa- tion 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).APSAC INSTITUTE #3MAXIMIZING CORROBORATIVE INFORMATION IN CHILD ABUSE AND WITNESSING VIOLENCE CASES—Julie Kenniston, Chris Kolcharno Offering interviewing techniques that provide ample opportunity for gathering corroborative information that can be used by the multi-disciplinary team. The Cognitive Interview will be discussed with modifications for children.Register directly with APSAC at www.apsac.orgContact: Dee Dee Bandy at dbandy@apsac.org • Phone: 877-402-7722 (Toll Free) or 630-941-1235Rates: APSAC Member by 12/16/12 – $135, after $150 APSAC Non-member by 12/16/12 – $150, after $165Registration Deadline: January 11, 2013. After that, please register onsite. E V E NT CHILD ABUSE 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM d Presenters: Diana Faugno, Shelley Hamilton, Carl Lewis, Julie Robbins Sponsored by the California Chapter of APSAC (CAPSAC) This institute provides the latest overview on identifying and intervening with physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect from a multidisciplinary perspective. Participants will gain an understanding of how various types of abuse occur, and the roles and responsibilities of the various professionals, agencies and court systems as they worktogether on child abuse cases. An interdisciplinary team of professionals will present current information to prepare you for advancedsessions and will answer all the questions you’ve been afraid to ask! • Gain basic understanding of the forms of child abuse and reporting laws • List at least three risk factors for child abuse and/or neglect • Understand the dynamics of abuse and sexual abuse of children • Understand basic interventions when child abuse is identifiedRate: $125 – Open to all • Register online at sandiegoconference.org E V E NT HELP WIN THE RACE AGAINST CHILD ABUSE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM E MAKE YOUR MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM A “FORMULA ONE” TEAM Presenters: Karen Meredith, Donna Pence, Fiona Tuttle, Miriam Wolf Sponsored by California Network of Child Advocacy Centers (CNCAC) Learn how to build, sustain and energize multidisciplinary investigative teams responsible for responding to child abuse allegations.The workshop will be limited to 18–36 attendees. Each team is required to have a minimum of 3+ investigative team members attendingso that discussion can focus on local issues. This is a mid- or late-stage operating MDTs development workshop, not designed for individuals.Rate: $125 – Open to all • Register online at sandiegoconference.org 5
  • GUidE TO SChEdUlE & SESSiON TOpiCS Conference Registration Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12:00 PM – 5:00 PM Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM General Sessions Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10:00 AM – 5:45 PM Tuesday & Wednesday . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM CONfErENCE SChEdUlE MONDAY, JANUARY 28 TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30 THURSDAY, JANUARY 31 E: 8:00 – 9:30 AM J: 8:00 – 9:30 AM O: 8:00 – 9:30 AM Workshops Workshops Workshops 9:30 – 10:00 AM Break 9:30 – 10:00 AM Break 9:30 – 10:00 AM Break A: 10:00 – 11:30 AM 10:00 – 11:30 AM 10:00 – 11:30 AM 10:00 – 11:30 AM Workshops General Session General Session General Session B: 11:45 AM –12:45 PM F: 11:45 AM –12:45 PM K: 11:45 AM –12:45 PM P: 11:45 AM –12:45 PM Global Perspectives Global Perspectives Global Perspectives Global Perspectives Opening Luncheon Friedrich Luncheon C: 1:00 – 2:30 PM G: 1:00 – 2:30 PM L: 1:00 – 2:30 PM Q: 1:00 – 2:30 PM Workshops Workshops Workshops Workshops D: 3:00 – 4:30 PM H: 3:00 – 4:30 PM M: 3:00 – 4:30 PM R: 3:00 – 4:30 PM Workshops Workshops Workshops Workshops 4:45 – 5:45 PM I: 4:45 – 6:00 PM N: 4:45 – 6:00 PM 4:30 – 5:00 PM Welcome Session Forums Forums Closing Session NUMbErS iNdiCaTE SESSiON TOpiCS 1 – Trauma Treatment 8 – Forensic Interviewing 2 – Mental Health 9 – Child Welfare 3 – Medical Core 10 –Research 4 – Medical Advance 11a – Law & Ethics (for LCSW Licensing) 5 – Investigations 11b –Military Focus 6 – National District Attorney’s Association Topics 11c –Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) 7 – Legal 12 – Global Perspectives Example: “A1” is scheduled “A” for Monday, January 28, 10:00–11:30 AM and “1” is a Trauma Treatment workshop. CONFERENCE PROGRAM SESSiONS / SpEakErS arE SUbJECT TO ChaNGE bY CONfErENCE TiMEMONDAYComplete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org JANUARY 28 CONCUrrENT SESSiONS a 10:00–11:30 aM A1 PARENT CHILD INTERACTIVE THERAPY AND ITS TRAUMA ADAPTATION FROM A CHILD WELFARE SPECIFIC PERSPECTIVE —Susan Timmer, Anthony Urquiza, sponsored by CEBC A2 I DIDN’T EVER FEEL VALIDATED OR HEARD: WHY AND HOW TO WORK WITH NON-OFFENDING CAREGIVERS —Pam Karalunas, Douglas Miller, sponsored by NCA A3 MEDICAL CARE FOR THE VICTIM OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE—Joyce Adams, Rich Kaplan A4 COMPANION ANIMAL ABUSE: THE UNRECOGNIZED COMPONENT OF FAMILY VIOLENCE—Tara Harris, sponsored by AAP A5 BASIC CHILD ABUSE INVESTIGATIONS FROM THE LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSPECTIVE—Pamela Lawson A6 Emerging Issues: THE IMPLICATIONS OF POLY-VICTIMIZATION FOR INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION OF CHILD ABUSE —Andrea Taroli, Suzanna Tiapula, sponsored by NDAA A7 TEN IMPORTANT CHILD ABUSE COURT CASES FROM 2012 PLUS UPDATES ON CRAWFORD AND 404B—John Myers A8 THE CARE AND FEEDING OF FORENSIC INTERVIEWERS: STRATEGIES FOR ONGOING TRAINING, SUPERVISION AND SUSTAINABILITY, PART 1—Patti Toth, Miriam Wolf A9 PARENTING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 0-8: WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE AND WHAT SEEMS TO BE THE COMMON COMPONENTS—Richard Barth, Kyla Liggett-Creel, sponsored by CEBC A10 IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES FOR CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED AND WHERE ARE WE GOING?—Lucy Berliner, Mark Chaffin, Monica Fitzgerald, Rochelle Hanson, David Kolko A11 Law & Ethics: CHILD ABUSE ETHICS: BASIC PRINCIPLES FOR REFLECTIVE PRACTICE —Jon Conte 6
  • JANUARY 28 MONDAY Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.orgGlObal pErSpECTivE lECTUrES 11:45 aM–12:45 pM (briNG YOUr lUNCh)B12-a CHILD TRAFFICKING: UTILIZING EXISTING CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC HEALTH/MEDICAL FRAMEWORKS TO ADDRESS HUMAN TRAFFICKING—Kimberly Chang, Suzanna Tiapula, sponsored by NDAAB12-b BULLYING VICTIMIZATION: HEALTH EFFECTS AND RELATIONSHIP TO CHILD MALTREATMENT —Lucia Williams, sponsored by Universidade Federal de São CarlosB12-c THE HAGUE PROTOCOL: DETECTING CHILD ABUSE AT THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT BASED ON PARENTAL CHARACTERISTICS—Paul Baeten, Hester Diderich, Minne Fekkes, sponsored by The Hague Medical CenterB12-d PEDIATRICS FOR KIDS IN CARE (P-KIC): BRIDGING THE PSYCHOSOCIAL GAP IN MEDICAL CARE FOR KIDS IN CARE —Roxanne Goldade, Christina Tortorelli, sponsored by Alberta Children’s Hospital and Calgary & Area Child & Family Services AuthorityCONCUrrENT SESSiONS C 1:00–2:30 pM C1 HEALING THE ORIGINS OF TRAUMA: EYE MOVEMENT DESENSITIZATION AND REPROCESSING (EMDR) PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR CHILDREN EXPOSED TO VIOLENCE AND ABUSE, PART 1—Robbie Adler-Tapia C2 MENTORING AS A HARM REDUCTION APPROACH FOR LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER YOUTH—Michael Ferrara, Al Killen-Harvey, Heidi Stern-Ellis C3 BASICS OF NEUROIMAGING—Daniel Vinocur C4 MEETING COMPLEX NEEDS OF FOSTER CHILDREN—Cristina Dawes, Jennifer Rafeedle, Suzanne Roberts, Karen Rogers, sponsored by Children’s Hospital Los Angeles C5 RECOGNIZING ABUSIVE INJURIES FOR THE INVESTIGATOR—Rich Kaplan C6 Emerging Issues: CAUGHT IN THE CROSS FIRE: WHEN THE ABUSE OF ANIMALS CO-OCCURS WITH FAMILY VIOLENCE—Allie Phillips, sponsored by NDAA C7 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MEDICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL LITERATURE RELEVANT TO CHILD SEXUAL AND PHYSICAL ABUSE LITIGATION—John Myers C8 THE CARE AND FEEDING OF FORENSIC INTERVIEWERS: STRATEGIES FOR ONGOING TRAINING, SUPERVISION AND SUSTAINABILITY, PART 2—Patti Toth, Miriam Wolf C9 WHY IS PARENT CHILD INTERACTIVE THERAPY THIS IMPORTANT FOR FOSTER CHILDREN? WORKING WITH BIOLOGICAL PARENTS, FOSTER PARENTS, SOCIAL WORKERS, AND JUDGES—Susan Timmer, Anthony Urquiza, sponsored by CEBCC10 INNOVATIVE SCIENCE, SOUND POLICY, AND HEALTHY FAMILIES: TRANSLATING LONGSCAN FINDINGS —Alan Litrownik, Laura Proctor, Miguel Villodas, sponsored by CASRCC11 Law & Ethics: ANALYZING COMPLEX ETHICAL CASES—Jon Conte, David CorwinCONCUrrENT SESSiONS d 3:00 –4:30 pM D1 HEALING THE ORIGINS OF TRAUMA: EYE MOVEMENT DESENSITIZATION AND REPROCESSING (EMDR) PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR CHILDREN EXPOSED TO VIOLENCE AND ABUSE, PART 2—Robbie Adler-Tapia D2 COMMUNITY-BASED FAMILY-CENTERED CARE FOR CHILD SEXUAL BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS—Jane Silovsky, Jimmy Widdifield, Jr., sponsored by OJJDP D3 NEUROIMAGING IN NONACCIDENTAL TRAUMA (NAT)—Paritosh Khanna D4 AUTOMATION OF HOSPITAL CHILD ABUSE REPORTS MODEL PROGRAMS —Michael Durfee, Ruby Guillen, Cynthia KuelbsD5/D8 UNDERSTANDING GROOMING BEHAVIOR—Daniel Adams A concurrent session with Forensic Interviewing and Investigation Tracks. D6 Emerging Issues: THERAPY ANIMALS HELPING MALTREATED CHILDREN: STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION IN CHILD ADVOCACY CENTERS, PROSECUTOR’S OFFICES AND COURTROOMS —Allie Phillips, sponsored by NDAA D7 CURRENT STATE OF THE SCIENCE AND LAW RELATED TO LIE DETECTION—Gary Seiser D9 AN OVERVIEW OF THE CHILD WELFARE TRAUMA TRAINING TOOLKIT: REVISED VERSION—Alison HendricksD10 CURRENT RESEARCH ON MOVING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES INTO CHILD WELFARE SETTINGS—Greg Aarons, sponsored by CASRCD11 Law & Ethics: LEGAL ETHICS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: AN OXYMORON? WHY DO LAWYERS ACT THAT WAY? —Lucy Berliner, Harry Elias, John Myers 7
  • MONDAYComplete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org JANUARY 28WElCOME GENEral SESSiON 4:45–5:45 pM WELCOME—Charles Wilson, Senior Director, Chadwick Center for Children and Families, Sam and Rose Stein Endowed Chair in Child Protection, Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego PLENARY: THE FUTURE OF CHILD WELFARE: BUILDING ON THE SCIENCE OF HEALING —Bryan Samuels, Washington, DC (Invited) SPECIAL MUSICWElCOME rECEpTiON 6:00 –8:00 pM For All Attendees and FacultyTUESDAYComplete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org JANUARY 29CONCUrrENT SESSiONS E 8:00 –9:30 aM E1 CHILD-PARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY, PARENT CHILD INTERACTIVE THERAPY AND TRAUMA FOCUSED-COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY: DETERMINING THE BEST TREATMENT MODALITY FOR YOUR CLIENT AND KNOWING WHEN TO RE-EVALUATE AND SWITCH—Susan Gordon, Megan Guajardo, Leslie Peterson E2 MAPPING THE MAZE: A TOOL FOR ENGAGING FAMILIES IN CRISIS—Don Elsey, Terry Pifalo, sponsored by the Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center E3 PROVING THE HARM INFLICTED BY PARENTAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE—John Myers E4 THE STATE OF THE DEBATE: A REVIEW OF RECENT MEDIA CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME —Christopher Greeley E5 UNDERSTANDING AND INVESTIGATING CHILD PORNOGRAPHY OFFENSES—Joseph Laramie, sponsored by ICAC, Fox Valley Technical College; Introduction by Ron Laney E6 CHILD TRAFFICKING: DO THE CURRENT LAWS PROTECT VICTIMS?—Justin Fitzsimmons, Linda Smith (Moderator), Samantha Vardaman, sponsored by NDAA E7 CREATING A STRONG FOUNDATION FOR THE LEGAL PROSECUTION: NEGOTIATING THE FORENSIC MINEFIELD —Martha Finnegan, sponsored by FBI, Laura Rogers E8 BEYOND WORDS: NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IN THE FORENSIC INTERVIEWING OF CHILDREN—Daniel Adams E9 MEDICATING CHILDREN IN CHILD WELFARE: WHY WE DO IT & HOW WE SHOULD MONITOR—Laurel Leslie, Jeffrey Rowe E10 HOW CAN EVIDENCE-BASED CLEARINGHOUSES ELEVATE THE QUALITY OF WORK BY CHILD WELFARE AGENCIES: THE CASE OF THE CALIFORNIA EVIDENCE-BASED CLEARINGHOUSE FOR CHILD WELFARE —Haluk Soydan, Cambria Walsh, sponsored by CEBC E11 Law & Ethics: COUNTERTRANSFERENCE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY—Paul SussmanGENEral SESSiON 10:00–11:30 aMSPECIAL MUSIC—U. S. Navy Band SouthwestWELCOME—Charles Wilson, Senior Director, Chadwick Center for Children and Families, Sam and Rose Stein Endowed Chair in Child Protection, Rady Children’s Hospital-San DiegoPLENARY—ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT REPORT—Richard Gelles, Dean, The Joanne and Ray- mond Welsh Chair of Child Welfare and Family Violence, Penn School of Social Policy & Practice, Philadelphia, PAU.S. Navy Band Southwest is one of the Navy’s finest and oldest continuing musical organizations. With over 80 years of support to the San Diegocommunity, the band serves as the musical ambassador for the Commander, Navy Region Southwest. Under the direction of Lt. Diane E. Nichols,the band is located onboard Naval Base San Diego and is an important part of San Diego’s military heritage. From the 30 Sailors who reported forduty in 1923 to today’s 45 members, the band takes pride in upholding its rich tradition and promoting the pride and professionalism of U.S. Navy.WElCOME lUNChEON 11:45 aM–12:45 pM SEXUAL HEALTH CONVERSATION: PROMOTING THE RIGHT TO HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELL-BEING FOR EVERYONE —Douglas Braun Harvey, Director, The Sexual Dependency Institute of San Diego8
  • JANUARY 29 TUESDAY Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.orgGlObal pErSpECTivE lECTUrES 11:45 aM–12:45 pM (briNG YOUr lUNCh)F12-a REGIONAL MODELS FOR CHILD MALTREATMENT AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING: A PACIFIC MODEL CASE STUDY —Alicia Limtiaco, sponsored by NDAAF12-b PEDIATRIC NON-ACCIDENTAL INJURY: ARE ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS VIGILANT ENOUGH? —Shmulick Zur, sponsored by Edmond and Lily Safra Children’s Hospital, Ramat Gan, IsraelF12-c INTEGRATING APPROACHES TO PROTECT CHILDREN AGAINST SEXUAL VIOLENCE—Corinne Dettmeijer-Vermeulen, sponsored by the Bureau of the National Rapporteur on Sexual violence Against Children in the NetherlandsF12-d PROMOTING AND DISSEMINATION EVIDENCED-BASED CHILD WELFARE PARENTING ASSESSMENTS —John Pearce, Christina Tortorelli, sponsored by Calgary & Area Child & Family Services AuthorityCONCUrrENT SESSiONS G 1:00 –2:30 pMG1 NEWS YOU CAN USE: BEST ARTICLES OF 2012—Lucy Berliner, Benjamin SaundersG2 THE IMPACT OF INCREDIBLE YEARS PROGRAMS ON HOMELESS FAMILIES EXPOSED TO TRAUMA—Michelle Bobich, Patrick Heppell, Karen Rogers, sponsored by Children’s Hospital Los AngelesG3 MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO DRUG FACILITATED SEXUAL ASSAULT —Marilyn Kaufhold, Cara Kiggins, John RiceG4 THE O.S.C.A.R.S (OutStanding Child Abuse Research Selections)—Christopher GreeleyG5 INVESTIGATION OF MISSING/ABDUCTED CHILDREN, PART 1 —Robert Lowery, Jr., sponsored by NCMEC, Introduction by Ron LaneyG6 ADVERSE CHILD EXPERIENCES (ACE) AND PRECURSORS TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING —Sharon Cooper, sponsored by NDAAG7 TEN THINGS EVERY CHILD ABUSE PROSECUTOR NEEDS TO KNOW, THAT THEY DIDN’T KNOW THEY NEEDED TO KNOW—Paul SternG8 BEHIND THE NET: USING TECHNOLOGY IN THE FORENSIC INTERVIEW —Justin Fitzsimmons, sponsored by NDAAG9 INCREASING COLLABORATION BETWEEN CHILD WELFARE AND MENTAL HEALTH: USE OF TRAUMA-INFORMED SCREENING AND ASSESSMENT PRACTICES —Lisa Conradi, Cassandra Kisiel, sponsored by CTISPG10 CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES RESEARCH—Ferol Mennen, Emily Putnam-Hornstein, Penny Trickett, sponsored by University of Southern CaliforniaG11 Military Focus: BUILDING MILITARY/COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS TO SERVE MILITARY AND VETERAN FAMILIES AND THEIR CHILDREN , PART 1—Mia Bartoletti, Sheri Dillon, Greg LeskinCONCUrrENT SESSiONS h 3:00–4:30 pMH1 UNDERSTANDING COMPLEX TRAUMA IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: ADVANCES IN CLINICAL, RESEARCH, AND DIAGNOSTIC ISSUES—Cassandra KisielH2 THE CHANGING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SEXUAL HEALTH AND CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE TREATMENT: HOW DO THERAPISTS PREPARE?—Douglas Braun-HarveyH3 TECHNOLOGY SAFETY PROTECTIONS FOR PARENTS & FAMILIES—Joseph Laramie, sponsored by ICAC; Wendy Wright; Introduction by Ron LaneyH4 BEST PRACTICE IN RADIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS OF ABUSE-RELATED FRACTURES—Jerry DwekH5 INVESTIGATION OF MISSING/ABDUCTED CHILDREN, PART 2—Robert Lowery, Jr., sponsored by NCMECH6 WHO IS ON TRIAL HERE ANYWAY? EXPERT TESTIMONY IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING—Sharon Cooper, sponsored by NDAAH7 CROSS EXAMINATION OF THE IRRESPONSIBLE EXPERT WITNESS—Paul SternH8 DEFENDING FORENSIC INTERVIEWING IN COURT—Martha Finnegan, sponsored by FBI, Laura RogersH9 BRIDGING THE CULTURAL, PROCEDURAL, AND RESOURCE DIVIDE: COLLABORATION BETWEEN CHILD WELFARE AND EARLY INTERVENTION PROVIDERS—April Allen, Kristin Gist, Laurel LeslieH10 a. SEX OFFENDERS, CHILD VICTIMS AND THE INTERNET: FINDINGS FROM A DECADE OF RESEARCH BY THE CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN RESEARCH CENTER—David Finkelhor, Janis Wolak, sponsored by University of New Hampshire (UNH) Crimes Against Children Research Center b. CURRENT EMPIRICAL RESEARCH ON PRESCHOOL AGE CHILDREN WITH SEXUAL BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS —Christopher Campbell, Jimmy Widdifield, Jr., sponsored by University of Oklahoma Health Sciences CenterH11 Military Focus: BUILDING MILITARY/COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS TO SERVE MILITARY AND VETERAN FAMILIES AND THEIR CHILDREN, PART 2—Mia Bartoletti, Sheri Dillon, Greg Leskin 9
  • TUESDAYComplete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org JANUARY 29fOrUMS — i 4:45–6:00 pMForums/discussion groups by DISCIPLINEModerators/facilitators provide opportunity for people to meet and greet, to mixand talk with colleagues in the same profession, and to discuss emerging issues. I1 Medical I2 Nursing I3 Mental Health I4 Child Welfare I5 Law I6 Investigators I7 Forensic Interviewers I8 ResearchersWEDNESDAYComplete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org JANUARY 30CONCUrrENT SESSiONS J 8:00 –9:30 aM J1 REAL TREATMENT WITH REAL KIDS: PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH CHILDREN WHO HAVE BEEN SEXUALLY ABUSED —Tamara Hillard J2 NEUROCOGNITIVE FUNCTIONING IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN AFFECTED BY PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO ALCOHOL AND ILLICIT DRUGS—Ira Chasnoff J3 WRITING EFFECTIVE IMPRESSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS—Randell Alexander J4 WARTS UPDATE—Rebecca Girardet J5 ONLINE PROTECTIONS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSIONALS WHO TESTIFY IN COURT —Joseph Laramie, sponsored by ICAC, Introduction by Ron Laney J6 BRIDGING THE BARRIERS: MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESPONSES TO CHILD MALTREATMENT IN INDIAN COUNTRY —Geri Wisner-Foley, sponsored by NDAA J7 PUTTING CHILDREN ON THE STAND: QUESTIONING CHILDREN IN COURT—Thomas Lyon J8 NEITHER RHYME NOR REASON: THE DISCONNECT BETWEEN RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN THE USE OF ANATOMICAL DIAGRAMS—Amy Russell J9 REVIEW OF EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES ON PREVENTION—Diane Kellegrew, Blake Zimmet, sponsored by CEBC J10 RATES AND TRENDS OF CHILDHOOD EXPOSURE TO CRIME, VIOLENCE & ABUSE —sponsored by University of New Hampshire Crimes Against Children Research Center a. TRENDS IN CHILD VICTIMIZATION IN THE USA: THE 2008 AND 2011 NATIONAL SURVEYS—David Finkelhor b. THE PREVALENCE AND CONSEQUENCE OF CHILD POLY-VICTIMIZATION—Heather Turner c. FAMILY VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION KNOWN TO THE POLICE AND OTHER AUTHORITIES—Sherry Hamby J11 Military Focus: REDUCING RISK AND PROMOTING WELL-BEING IN INFANCY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD: A RESPONSE TO MILITARY DEPLOYMENTS AND PARENT-CHILD SEPARATIONS—Kimberly FlowersGENEral SESSiON 10:00 –11:30 aMWELCOME—Jeffrey Rowe, Clinical Director of Child Psychiatry, University of California-San Diego and Rady Children’s Hospital-San DiegoINTRODUCTION—John Ryan, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Alexandria, VAPLENARY SPEAKER: MISSING CHILDREN THROUGH THE EYES OF WALT DISNEY—Daniel Broughton, MD, Director, Mayo Clinic Child and Family Advocacy Program, Rochester, MN and Authentic Voices: Alicia Kozakiewicz, Jessyca MullenbergSPECIAL MUSIC—James Morris, music artist, singer, song-writer, and community organizer, San Diego, CA10
  • JANUARY 30 WEDNESDAY Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.orgWilliaM N. friEdriCh 11:45 aM–12:45 pMMEMOrial lECTUrE & lUNChEONSponsored by Mayo Clinic Child and Family Advocacy Program, Rochester, MNINTRODUCTION—Daniel Broughton, Director, Mayo Clinic Child and Family Advocacy ProgramCOMPLEX CASES: INDIVIDUALIZING WITH AN EVIDENCE-BASED FRAMEWORK—Lucy Berliner, Director, Harborview Center Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress, Seattle, WAGlObal pErSpECTivE lECTUrES 11:45 aM–12:45 pM (briNG YOUr lUNCh)K12-a BUILDING CAPACITY TO ADDRESS HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND CHILD MALTREATMENT —Kimberly Chang, Suzanna Tiapula, sponsored by NDAAK12-b FORCED MARRIAGE AND HONOR VIOLENCE IN THE UNITED STATES: UNDERSTANDING DYNAMICS, IDENTIFYING CASES, AND ASSISTING VICTIMS —Sherizaan Minwalla, sponsored by the Tahirih Justice Center and the AHA FoundationK12-c YOUNG MENS’ WORK: BREAKING THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE—Thomas Pottie, Shireen Singer, sponsored by IWK Health Center, Nova ScotiaK12-d SAFE FORWARD TEAM: A NEW APPROACH TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE HAGUE—Ria Andrews, sponsored by the Municipality of The HagueK12-e SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN PLACED IN RESIDENTIAL INSTITUTIONS AND FOSTER CARE FROM 1945–2010: RESEARCH INCLUDES CHALLENGES AND PITFALLS—The Samson Committee, The NetherlandsCONCUrrENT SESSiONS l 1:00 –2:30 pM L1 A PEBBLE IN THE POND: FACTORS IN MULTI-GENERATIONAL, CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE VICTIMIZATION —Tamara Hillard L2 WHY CARE ABOUT THE CAREGIVER? STRATEGIES FOR ENGAGING NON-OFFENDING CAREGIVERS —Rachael Garrett, Anna Shaw, sponsored by the Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center L3 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES—Rebecca Girardet L4 MOLECULAR AND GENOMIC CHANGES FOLLOWING CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT —Lynne Bird L5 FORUM ON MISSING AND ABDUCTED CHILDREN —Daniel Broughton, Alicia and Mary Kozakiewicz, Jessyca Mullenberg, John Ryan L6 HEALING THROUGH TRIBAL COURTS: PROTECTING CHILDREN IN AN OGLALA LAKOTA TRADITION —The Honorable Saunie Wilson, sponsored by NDAA L7 PROSECUTING ABUSIVE HEAD TRAUMA CASES—Thomas Fallon L8 CHILD INTERVIEWING: UPDATE ON RESEARCH AND PRACTICE —Thomas Lyon L9 CREATING TRAUMA-INFORMED CHILD WELFARE SYSTEMS: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN CHILD WELFARE AND MENTAL HEALTH—Lisa Conradi, Alison Hendricks, Charles WilsonL10 PREVENTING CHILD PHYSICAL ABUSE, SEXUAL ABUSE, AND NEGLECT: OVERVIEW OF THREE PREVENTION PROGRAMS —Angela Begle Moreland, Alyssa Rheingold, Shannon Self-Brown a. PARENTING OUR CHILDREN TO EXCELLENCE (PACE) b. DARKNESS TO LIGHT c. PROJECT SAFECAREL11 Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: SUZIE’S STORY: TRAUMA RESPONSE OR AUTISM?—Jeffrey Rowe 11
  • WEDNESDAY Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org JANUARY 30CONCUrrENT SESSiONS M 3:00–4:30 pMM1 CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE AND TRAUMA-INFORMED ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR CHILD MALTREATMENT—Ernestine Briggs-King, sponsored by NCAM2 TAKING EVIDENCE-BASED THERAPY FROM THE IVORY TOWER INTO THE TRENCHES: HOW TO IMPACT THE COMMUNITY THROUGH A COMMUNITY-BASED DISSEMINATION APPROACH —Rachael Garrett, Ana Shaw, sponsored by the Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s CenterM3 MALNUTRITION: IT GOES BOTH WAYS—Randell Alexander, Carol LillyM4/ ARE YOU SURE? A CASE-ORIENTED SERIES OF TALKS TO EXPLAIN AND IMPROVE LEGAL AND SCIENTIFIC EXPRESSIONS OFM7 CERTAINTY ABOUT CHILD ABUSE—David Chadwick, Thomas Fallon, Cynthia Kuelbs, et al A concurrent session for Medical Advance and Legal Tracks.M5 DEVELOPING AND LOCATING INFORMATION ON THE INTERNET—Bill Carroll, sponsored by Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC), Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC), Introduction by Ron LaneyM6 INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT AND INVESTIGATION OF CHILD ABUSE CASES INVOLVING ALASKA NATIVE/NATIVE AMERICAN CHILDREN—The Honorable Saunie Wilson, Geri Wisner-Foley, sponsored by NDAAM8 INTERVIEWING CHILD VICTIMS OF TORTURE—Barbara Knox, Amy Russell, Suzanna Tiapula, sponsored by NDAAM9 WHAT DOES TRAUMA-INFORMED MEAN TO YOUTH AND FAMILIES IN THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM? —Jorge Cabrera, Moderator, Panel TBA, sponsored by CTISPM10 a. CULTURAL ADAPTATION OF A CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MODEL: WORKING TO UNDERSTAND CULTURAL CONGRUENCY —Lana Beasley, Jane Silovsky, sponsored by ACYF Childrens Bureau and HRSA b. THE EVOLVING ROLE OF CHILD MALTREATMENT RISK IN THE CONTEXTS OF SERVICE TRIAGE, DELIVERY, AND RESEARCH —David Bard, sponsored by Center for Child Abuse and Neglect, University of Oklahoma Health and ServicesM11 Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: NEURODEVELOPMENTAL FUNCTIONING IN CHILDREN AGED 6 MONTHS TO 3 YEARS WITH FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME (FAS), PRENATAL FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME (PFAS) AND ALCOHOL RELATED NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS (ARND)—Ira ChasnofffOrUMS — N 4:45–6:00 pMForums/facilitated discussions grouped around TOPICShort introduction followed by open discussion. N1 Prevention, Mandated Reporting, Policy Topic: INSTITUTIONS, IDENTITY AND CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE—Roger Canaff, Kelly Clark, Victor Vieth, sponsored by NDAA N2 International Topic: INTERNATIONAL ADOPTEES AT RISK—Andrea Taroli, Suzanna Tiapula (Moderator), sponsored by NDAA N3 Medical Topic: “ARE YOU SURE?”—David Chadwick, Tom Fallon, Cynthia Kuelbs Continuation of Medical M4/Law M7 session discussion. N4 Investigation Topic: CURRENT ISSUES—Ron Laney N5 Wellness Topic: YOGA FOR ALL—Jenn Davis N6 Medical Topic, Policy Topic: ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES (ACE): INFORMATION FOR PROFESSIONALS, PUBLIC, POLICY MAKERS, OTHERS WITH OPPORTUNITY TO DISCUSS THEIR EXPERIENCES —David Corwin, Vincent Felitti, Tasneem Ismailji N7 Cultural Topic: FORCED MARRIAGE AND HONOR VIOLENCE IN THE UNITED STATES: UNDERSTANDING DYNAMICS, IDENTIFYING CASES, AND ASSISTING VICTIMS—Sherizaan Minwalla N8 Legal Topic: DIFFICULT LEGAL CASE REVIEWS—Harry Elias, John Myers, Paul Stern 12
  • JANUARY 31 THURSDAY Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.orgCONCUrrENT SESSiONS O 8:00–9:30 aMO1 SECONDARY TRAUMATIC STRESS IN CHILD AND FAMILY MALTREATMENT—Brian BrideO2 OFFENDER TREATMENT—L.C. Miccio-FonsecaO3 BURNS—Kenneth FeldmanO4/ CHILD TORTURE AS A FORM OF CHILD ABUSEO6 —Sharon Cooper, Lori Frasier, Barbara Knox, sponsored by NDAA A concurrent session for Medical Advance and NDAA TracksO5 THE KELLY SCHOOL SHOOTING: A TEAM PERSPECTIVE —Catherine McLennan, Summer Stephan, Mark WilliamsO7 SEXUAL ABUSE: ARE ALL CHILDREN AT RISK?—Michelle RibnerO8 STRATEGIES FOR INTERVIEWING PRESCHOOL CHILDREN —Linda Cordisco Steele, sponsored by NCAO9 THE INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT: WHAT CHILD WELFARE PROFESSIONALS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE LAW AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION—Melissa Clyde, sponsored by NICWAO10 a. SUICIDE AND SELF HARM AMONG YOUTH: AN EVIDENCE-BASED REVIEW OF 89 CASES —John Greschner, sponsored by the British Columbia Representative for Children and Youth b. PILOT FINDINGS FROM A NOVEL PROGRAM FOR COURT-INVOLVED INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE SURVIVORS AND THEIR CHILDREN —Rebecca Macy, Phillip Redmond, sponsored by the Duke EndowmentO11 Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: CHILD PARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY: FIDELITY IN PRACTICE—Chandra Ghosh Ippen, sponsored by CTISPGENEral SESSiON 10:00–11:30 aMWELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS—Cynthia Kuelbs, MD, Medical Director, Chadwick Center for Children and Families, Rady Children’s Hospital-San DiegoTHE 2013 DAVID L. CHADWICK ENDOWED LECTURE THE RELATIONSHIP OF DEVELOPMENTAL PEDIATRICS TO ADULT HEALTH, PREMATURE DEATH, AND THE ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES STUDY (ACE)—Vincent Felitti, Head of the Department of Preventive Medicine, Kaiser Permanente, San Diego, CA, and Authentic Voices to be announcedSPECIAL MUSIC—Katie Chadwick, professional performer and singer, Los Angeles, CAGlObal pErSpECTivE lECTUrES 11:45 aM–12:45 pM (briNG YOUr lUNCh)P12-a THE IMPLICATION OF ARAB-MUSLIM CULTURE FOR CHILD PROTECTION—Hani Jahshan, National Institute of Forensic Medicine, Samia Rizeq, Jordan River FoundationP12-b SOCIAL PAEDIATRIC ASPECTS OF ABUSIVE HEAD TRAUMA: ANALYSIS OF 68 CASES—Tessa Sieswerda-Hoogendoorn, sponsored by the Netherlands Forensic InstituteP12-c VULNERABILITY OF INTERNATIONAL ADOPTEES—Andrea Taroli, Suzanna Tiapola, sponsored by NDAAP12-d INTEGRATING PSYCHOMOTOR INTERVENTIONS WITH TRAUMA FOCUSED-COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IN GROUP THERAPY FOR SEXUAL ABUSED ADOLESCENTS AND THEIR PARENTS—Jiska de Bruin-Scheffer, Esther Verhees, Margreet Visser, sponsored by Child Trauma Center, Haarlem, The NetherlandsCONCUrrENT SESSiONS Q 1:00–2:30 pM Q1 CORE CONCEPTS FOR DIVERSITY-INFORMED PRACTICE—Chandra Gosh Ippen, sponsored by CTISP Q2 PROMISING STRATEGIES AND SERVICES FOR HELPING MANDATED MOMS WHO ARE INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE VICTIMS—Rebecca Macy, Phil Redmond, Jr., sponsored by the Duke Endowment Q3 A REVIEW OF STRANGULATION—Kenneth Feldman Q4 DEVELOPING AN ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH CAREER WITH A FOCUS ON VIOLENCE, PART 1 —Kristine Campbell, David Corwin, Kathy Franchek-Roa, Tasneem Ismailji, Susan Kelley, Bea Yorker, sponsored by Academy on Violence and Abuse (AVA) Q5 SCIENCE AND PRACTICE TOWARD REDUCING DECEPTION IN INTERVIEWS, PART 1—Mark Frank, Donna Pence Concurrent Sessions Q continued on page 14 13
  • THURSDAYComplete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org JANUARY 31continued from page 13 Q6 CHILD TORTURE: CONSEQUENCES FOR THE PROFESSIONALS HANDLING THESE CASES—Lori Frasier, Barbara Knox Q7 JURY SELECTION, OPENING STATEMENTS AND SUMMATIONS: THEORY AND PRACTICE—UNDERSTANDING WHAT WORKS AND WHY, PART 1—Paul DerOhannesian II Q8 EVALUATOR BIAS IN CASES OF ALLEGED CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE—Mark Everson Q9 INTEGRATING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE INTO STRATEGIC PLANNING: BUILDING AN EVIDENCE-BASED CONTINUUM OF SERVICES—Jennifer Rolls-Reutz, Cambria Walsh, sponsored by CEBCQ10 a. BRIDGING THE GAP: WEB-BASED TECHNOLOGY ENHANCING DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF ABUSE —Kori Stephens, sponsored by Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center b. NATIONAL TRENDS IN FORENSIC INTERVIEWING AND MEDICAL PRACTICES: WHERE DO YOU FALL? —Jane Braun, Kori Stephens, sponsored by NCAQ11 Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT: THE IMPORTANCE OF ASSEMBLING A STRONG FOUNDATION EARLY IN LIFE—Joy OsofskyCONCUrrENTSESSiONS r 3:00–4:30 pM R1 CHALLENGES IN IMPLEMENTING TRAUMA-FOCUSED EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS IN DIVERSE CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER SETTINGS —Ernestine Briggs-King, sponsored by NCA R2 SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS AND TRAUMA AMONG PARENTS INVOLVED IN THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM—Amanda Archer, Cathleen Otero, sponsored by Children and Family Futures R3 TURNING KNOWLEDGE INTO ACTION: USING ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES (ACE) TO INFORM PREVENTION—Sandra Alexander, Melissa Brodowski, Melissa Merrick, sponsored by Division of Violence Prevention, CDC and Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Child Abuse and Neglect, Children’s Bureau R4 DEVELOPING A RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC CAREER WITH A FOCUS ON VIOLENCE, PART 2—Christine Campbell, David Corwin, Kathy Franchek-Roa, Tasneem Ismailji, Susan Kelley, Bea Yorker, sponsored by Academy on Violence and Abuse R5 SCIENCE AND PRACTICE TOWARD REDUCING DECEPTION IN INTERVIEWS, PART 2—Mark Frank, Donna Pence R6 CHILD TORTURE: LEGAL FRAMEWORKS, CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION—Barbara Knox, Suzanna Tiapula, sponsored by NDAA R7 JURY SELECTION, OPENING STATEMENTS AND SUMMATIONS: THEORY AND PRACTICE—UNDERSTANDING WHAT WORKS AND WHY, PART 2—Paul DerOhannesian II R8 CHILD FORENSIC INTERVIEWING AT AGE 30: VIRTUOUS TO A FAULT—Mark Everson R9 SECONDARY TRAUMATIC STRESS SCALE—Brian BrideR10 a. UNDERSTANDING CHILD PROTECTION SYSTEMS: KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM CHILD MALTREATMENT 2011 AND A 10-YEAR DATA REVIEW —Madonna Aveni, Mary Jo Ortiz, sponsored by Walter R. McDonald & Associates, Inc. b. CHOICES IN HOW CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES RESPONDS TO CHILD MALTREATMENT PROMISING RESEARCH EVIDENCE OR TOWARDS A COMPREHENSIVE CHILD WELFARE DESIGN FROM MINNESOTA CHILD WELFARE 12–15 YEAR STUDY—Suzanne Lohrbach, Rob Sawyer, sponsored by American Humane AssociationR11 Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: WHEN THE FOUNDATION CRACKS: TAKING A LOOK AT HOW ADVERSE FACTORS IMPACT WELL-BEING ACROSS DEVELOPMENT—Joy OsofskyClOSiNG SESSiON & 4:30 –5:00 pMNETWOrkiNG “COffEE”REMARKS—Charles Wilson, Senior Director, Chadwick Center for Children and Families, Rady Children’s Hospital-San DiegoSPECIAL PERFORMANCE—To Be Announced14
  • CONfErENCE faCUlTYFor faculty listing, session details, changes in the program, check www.sandiegoconference.org. hOTEl & TraNSpOrTaTiONhOTEl aCCOMMOdaTiONSTown & Country resort & Convention Center500 Hotel Circle North, San Diego, CA 92108PHONE: (800) 772-8527 or (619) 291-7131RATES: $155.50 single/double in the Garden Room, Regency Tower $165.50 single/double in the Royal Palm Tower and Terrace Government rates available Parking: Complimentary for hotel guests — $5/hour or $10/day for local attendees Complimentary internet in sleeping roomsONLINE: Go to www.sandiegoconference.org; click on Travel in the top navigation bar; click link“To register online: Town & Country Resort & Convention Center;” complete as directed.Indicate you are attending the Chadwick Center Conference. Early reservations are recommended to ensure a room at the Conferencehotel. Registrants will be accommodated at nearby hotels when the Conference hotel is filled. Disabled Participants: ChadwickCenter and the convention hotel comply with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.air TraNSpOrTaTiONAirline Reservations—contact Jennifer Kutzner at Cadence Travel.Email: Jennifer.Kutzner@cadencetravel.com Website: www.cadencetravel.comPhone: (858) 551-4476 or (800) 949-3639 Fax: (858) 551-4025GrOUNd TraNSpOrTaTiONAirport Transfers: At the airport, the shuttle access lane is across the street from the baggage pickup area.Taxis are also available. The hotel is about 10 minutes from the airport.See www.sandiegoconference.org/travel.html for more information and options.SuperShuttle: Book SuperShuttle service to and from the hotel. Rate is $11 one way.Shared-ride discount is $1.00 one-way trip and $2.00 round trip. Use this link to book transportation to/fromthe hotel: https://www.supershuttle.com/default.aspx?GC=BSZATOr call 1-800-blue-van and use code BSZAT to also receive a discount. SaN diEGO aTTraCTiONSThe Town and Country Resort & Convention Center is located in the heart of Mission Valley, just 10 minutes fromthe airport, and adjacent to bus and trolley lines. Leisure activities and tourist attractions are easily accessiblefrom the hotel. As one of the nation’s top destinations, San Diego is a city that knows how to entertain. Fromworld-class attractions like the San Diego Zoo, Sea World San Diego, and LEGOLAND California, to Balboa Park,Old Town, Coronado, and the downtown Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego can provide an exceptional visit experi-ence. For San Diego attractions, check the websites listed at sandiegoconference.com. 2013 CONfErENCE rEGiSTraTiON fOrM PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE: sandiegoconference.org Questions: contact sdconference@rchsd.org phone: (858) 966-4972 15