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8-Week Course: Understanding Child Neglect & Supporting Families

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REGISTER General Admission (entire 8-week course): $160.00 APSAC Members and The New York Foundling Staff Admission: Free 12 CE Credits (Social Work & Psychology) Non-Members: $90.00 12 CE Credits (Social Work & Psychology) APSAC Members and NY Foundling: $60 APSAC Members: You will receive your discount automatically when registering. The New York Foundling Staff: Please […]

YAPSAC

APSAC

The Young American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (YAPSAC) <spanstyle=” background-color:#FFFFFF; font:normal normal normal 13px/1.4em arial+black;”>Join YAPSAC – Save 30% With Code YAPSAC30 What is YAPSAC? The Young American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (YAPSAC) is the division of APSAC designed to serve students and young professionals. The goal of YAPSAC […]

Zoom Chat: Premiering a new video created to raise awareness about “Child Maltreatment during the Pandemic” and how professionals and other providers of services for children can help now.

Child Maltreatment during the Pandemic

3/17/2022 1 PM – 2 PM Program Description: COVID – 19 created unique and unprecedented challenges for children and families. APSAC collaborated with UCLA Health and The Rape Foundation to create a 2-minute video with Jennifer Garner and Pastor Darrell Armstrong to heighten awareness about the vulnerable children who may have suffered maltreatment during the […]

Zoom Chat: How to Write, Review and Edit for Child Maltreatment

APSACs journal Child Maltreatment and editors

2/23/2022 12 PM – 1 PM This free zoom chat will provide information about APSAC’s journal Child Maltreatment and editors will discuss how to successfully participate in CM’s activities as a practitioner and scientist at all career stages. Presented by: Vincent Palusci, MD and other members of Child Maltreatment’s editorial team.

Webinar Series Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior: Who are they and how can we help? Information on Problematic Sexual Behavior: Cognitive Behavior Therapy with Dr. Jane F. Silovsky

Jane F. Silovsky PhD

May 25, 2022 2-3PM EST Workshop Description: Problematic sexual behavior (PSB) of children is a commonly misunderstood behavioral health concern. The taboo nature of the topic of “sex” hinders openness to understanding even typical sexual behavior of children. Decisions are made on myths rather than on research on PSB in children, including its responsively to […]

Webinar Series Trauma Therapy Innovations with Dr. Ricky Greenwald

Ricky Greenwald PsyD

9/7/2022 2 PM – 3 PM EST   Workshop Description: This program starts with an introduction to psychological trauma and impact of trauma. Then a comparison of coping vs. healing treatment approaches, and an explanation of memory reconsolidating – the sequence of activities the brain requires to heal traumatic memories. Finally, a review and description […]

Webinar Series Addressing Family Conflict and Coercion: An Overview of Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT) with David J. Kolko, Ph.D.

David J. Kolko Ph.D.

February 8th, 2022 2 – 3 PM ET Workshop Description: This workshop will provide an overview of the core components of Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT) and relevant populations and settings. AF-CBT is a trauma-informed behavioral intervention for families who exhibit or are at risk for problems with anger, aggression, and/or child […]

Webinar Series Speaking the Unspeakable: Child-Parent Psychotherapy for the Treatment of Early Childhood Trauma with Dr. Alicia F. Lieberman

Alicia F. Lieberman

July 12th, 2022 2-3PM ET Workshop Description: This workshop will present the theoretical framework and clinical strategies of Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), a manualized, evidence-based treatment for children in the birth-five age range exposed to interpersonal violence, loss of a loved one, intrusive medical procedures, and other traumatic events. CPP efficacy is supported by 5 randomized […]