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Experience the Experts Live in San Diego: A Must-Attend Event for Professionals

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APSAC Pre-Conference Institutes to The 39th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment For additional event details and registration click here. Town & Country Reservations Translating Child Sexual Abuse Research to Practice: Everything You Need to Know Member Registration: $225 Non-Member Registration: $300 Pre-Conference Institutes CEs: $40 Full Conference CEs: $100 Join […]

Join us in San Diego in January 2024!

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APSAC Pre-Conference Institutes to The 39th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment For additional event details and registration click here. Translating Child Sexual Abuse Research to Practice: Everything You Need to Know Member Registration: $225 Non-Member Registration: $300 Pre-Conference Institutes CEs: $30 Full Conference CEs: $100 Join us in San Diego […]

38th Annual San Diego Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment

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APSAC Pre-Conference Institutes to The 38th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment January 22, 2023 | San Diego, CA 8 am – 4:30 pm Member Registration: $175 | Non-Member Registration: $250 | Pre-Conference Institutes CEs: $30 | Full Conference CEs: $100 Register Here

Announcing APSAC’s 2022 Advanced Training Institutes in San Diego

Announcing APSACs 2022 Advanced Training Institutes in San Diego

January 23, 2022 Learn More Register Now APSAC is announcing two Advanced Training Pre-Conference Institutes in San Diego. Intrafamilial Child Torture: An Emerging Category of Child Maltreatment Intrafamilial Child Torture (ICT) is gaining recognition as a distinct form of child abuse that requires specialized reporting, investigation, intervention, and treatment. While there is ample research on […]

Join the APSAC Reading Club | Tuesday, October 12, 2021, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm ET

Join the APSAC Reading Club Tuesday October 12 2021 Me and White Supremacy

Register Here Tuesday, October 12, 2021 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm ET Reading Assignment: “Me and White Supremacy” by Layla Saad. The discussion will be focused around, “Part II: The Work – Week 1 The Basics” Discussion will be led by Ernestine Briggs-King, PhD and Kori Stephens, MPH *CEs are not available for this program […]

Announcing the 2020 APSAC Annual Report

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Read it Here APSAC is announcing its 2020 Annual Report. As you read the 2020 Annual Report, you will see that APSAC’s outreach to professionals in the field of child maltreatment grew by leaps and bounds. In 2020, APSAC trainings reached over 9,000 professionals – more professionals than in the prior ten years combined. APSAC […]

Upcoming Members’ Round Tables | April 14 & May 5

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APSAC Members: Join us for two new upcoming, informal, 60-minute discussion on a specific topic relevant to child maltreatment facilitated by an expert in the field. These special small group discussions are available only to members and participation is limited to 25, first come first serve. A second Round Table discussion on a particular topic […]

APSAC Amicus Committee Files Brief in Smathers vs. Glass

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On September 8, 2020, the APSAC Amicus Committee filed a brief in Smathers v. Glass. This jurisdictional memorandum argues that the Supreme Court of Ohio should accept the case for review, because child fatalities due to Intrafamilial Child Torture is an issue of great general importance. Also, holding Child Protective Services accountable for complying with […]

Introducing The APSAC & Foundling Online Course

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Child maltreatment work is by nature multidisciplinary; we all share the same goal of ensuring health, safety and justice for children and families. APSAC and the New York Foundling have developed a comprehensive, multidisciplinary Online Course for professionals to help expand their perspective and knowledge base to support effective practice in any child welfare setting. […]