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Message ID: 10593
Date: 2019-03-04

Author:Jim Campbell

Subject:Fwd: Registration Open Now | APSAC's 26th Colloquia in Salt Lake City!

**Choose Your Workshops and Forensic Interview Clinics Today! Registration is now open for APSAC's 26th Colloquium in Salt Lake City! Join APSAC in Salt Lake City This Summer for our 26th Colloquium! Register Today More Info Here Advanced Training Institutes: Tuesday June 18-Wednesday June 19 26th Colloquium: Thursday June 20-Saturday June 22 Sal t Lake City hosts a flourishing nightlife, vibrant artistic and cultural scene, numerous museums, high end shopping and the perfect place to plan a trip to awe-inspiring nearby national parks. What a great way to combine family fun with APSAC's 26th Colloquia! Explore our brochure for a list of all available workshops and presenters, featuring leading professionals in the field of child maltreatment. This year we are offering 8 pre-conference advanced training institutes and over 150 advanced training workshops, research sessions, micro sessions, information/discussion roundtables and research posters addressing all aspects of child maltreatment. Topics include: * Abusive Head Trauma * Child Torture and Trafficking * Children Exposed to Parental Conflict * Community Trauma-Resilience Awareness * Courtroom Processes and Procedures * Ending Corporal Punishment * Essentials for Childhood * Evidence Based Interventions for Trauma Treatment and Recovery * Forensic Interviewing of Children * Groundbreaking Research * Innovative Child Maltreatment Prevention Approaches * Institutional Violence Against Children * Mandated Reporting: Trainings and Challenges * Parental drug use * Predictive Analytics * Refugee Families * Resilience and Protective Factors in Practice * Trauma Histories and Symptoms in Evaluation * Treatment of Children in Foster Care Contact APSAC Training Coordinator Jim Campbell for more information about registration, volunteer opportunities and group registration discounts. Register Here American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children 1706 E Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 apsac.org | toll free: 877-402-7722 | 614-827-1321 APSAC | 1706 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 Sent by info@apsac.org in collaboration with Try it free today -- Jim Campell, PhD Training Coordinator American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children 1706 E. Broad Street Columbus, OH 43203-2039 Phone: 608-772-0872 Plan now to join us for the next renowned APSAC Colloquia: June 18 – 22, 2019 Salt Lake City, Utah

**Choose Your Workshops and Forensic Interview Clinics Today! Registration is now open for APSAC's 26th Colloquium in Salt Lake City! Join APSAC in Salt Lake City This Summer for our 26th Colloquium! Register Today More Info Here Advanced Training Institutes: Tuesday June 18-Wednesday June 19 26th Colloquium: Thursday June 20-Saturday June 22 Sal t Lake City hosts a flourishing nightlife, vibrant artistic and cultural scene, numerous museums, high end shopping and the perfect place to plan a trip to awe-inspiring nearby national parks. What a great way to combine family fun with APSAC's 26th Colloquia! Explore our brochure for a list of all available workshops and presenters, featuring leading professionals in the field of child maltreatment. This year we are offering 8 pre-conference advanced training institutes and over 150 advanced training workshops, research sessions, micro sessions, information/discussion roundtables and research posters addressing all aspects of child maltreatment. Topics include: * Abusive Head Trauma * Child Torture and Trafficking * Children Exposed to Parental Conflict * Community Trauma-Resilience Awareness * Courtroom Processes and Procedures * Ending Corporal Punishment * Essentials for Childhood * Evidence Based Interventions for Trauma Treatment and Recovery * Forensic Interviewing of Children * Groundbreaking Research * Innovative Child Maltreatment Prevention Approaches * Institutional Violence Against Children * Mandated Reporting: Trainings and Challenges * Parental drug use * Predictive Analytics * Refugee Families * Resilience and Protective Factors in Practice * Trauma Histories and Symptoms in Evaluation * Treatment of Children in Foster Care Contact APSAC Training Coordinator Jim Campbell for more information about registration, volunteer opportunities and group registration discounts. Register Here American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children 1706 E Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 apsac.org | toll free: 877-402-7722 | 614-827-1321 APSAC | 1706 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 Sent by infoapsac.org in collaboration with Try it free today -- Jim Campell, PhD Training Coordinator American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children 1706 E. Broad Street Columbus, OH 43203-2039 Phone: 608-772-0872 Plan now to join us for the next renowned APSAC Colloquia: June 18 – 22, 2019 Salt Lake City, Utah