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Message ID: 10931
Date: 2021-05-27

Author:Jim Campbell

Subject:2021 Virtual Colloquium Track Highlight: Forensic Interviewing | Register Today

Discover Workshops For Forensic Interviewers, Law Enforcement, Child Advocacy & Protection Professionals, Educators, and Legal Professionals Register Here Explore the Forensic Interviewing Track: Trends, Practices, and New Developments Forensic Interviewing: Variations on the single interview model | Kathleen Faller, MSW, PhD; Mark Everson, PhD; Linda Cordisco-Steele, MEd, LPC Affirming Support is Best Practice: Strategies for Forensically Interviewing LGBTQ+ Youth | Kim Madden, MEd, LCMHC; Ali Munshi, BA Tele-Forensic Interviewing Emerging Research, Policy & Practice | Crimson Barocca, MSW; Jason Dickinson, PhD Child-Centered Forensic Interviewing Strategies: How to Help Children Tell What They Know | Shawn Wygant, MA Communicating with Children with Disabilities | Staci Whitney, LMSW; Kate Homan, MS; Dermot Whelan, LE Sgt. Retired Conducting Trauma-Informed Interviews of Children | W. Warren Binford, JD; Michael Bochenek, JD; N. EwenWang, MD; Ryan Matlow, PhD; Brenda Punsky, LCSW, LLM; Lisa Pineda, LCSW-R Development, Memory and Trauma: A Trifecta | Ali Alstott, LCSW See The Full Schedule Register Today Don't Miss This Forensic Interviewing Plenary with Julie Kenniston, MSW, LSW & Thomas D. Lyon, JD, PhD Language and Child Interviewing: A Tribute to Anne Graffam Walker This training reviews research on the linguistic difficulties that children of different ages and backgrounds experience when questioned by adults about abuse, inspired by the pioneering work of Anne Graffam-Walker. APSAC c/o The Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection, The New York Foundling 590 Avenue of the Americas, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10011 608.561.3438 | 614-827-1321 apsac.org APSAC | 590 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10011 Constant Contact Data Notice Sent by apsac@apsac.org powered by Try email marketing for free today!

Discover Workshops For Forensic Interviewers, Law Enforcement, Child Advocacy & Protection Professionals, Educators, and Legal Professionals Register Here Explore the Forensic Interviewing Track: Trends, Practices, and New Developments Forensic Interviewing: Variations on the single interview model | Kathleen Faller, MSW, PhD; Mark Everson, PhD; Linda Cordisco-Steele, MEd, LPC Affirming Support is Best Practice: Strategies for Forensically Interviewing LGBTQ+ Youth | Kim Madden, MEd, LCMHC; Ali Munshi, BA Tele-Forensic Interviewing Emerging Research, Policy & Practice | Crimson Barocca, MSW; Jason Dickinson, PhD Child-Centered Forensic Interviewing Strategies: How to Help Children Tell What They Know | Shawn Wygant, MA Communicating with Children with Disabilities | Staci Whitney, LMSW; Kate Homan, MS; Dermot Whelan, LE Sgt. Retired Conducting Trauma-Informed Interviews of Children | W. Warren Binford, JD; Michael Bochenek, JD; N. EwenWang, MD; Ryan Matlow, PhD; Brenda Punsky, LCSW, LLM; Lisa Pineda, LCSW-R Development, Memory and Trauma: A Trifecta | Ali Alstott, LCSW See The Full Schedule Register Today Don't Miss This Forensic Interviewing Plenary with Julie Kenniston, MSW, LSW & Thomas D. Lyon, JD, PhD Language and Child Interviewing: A Tribute to Anne Graffam Walker This training reviews research on the linguistic difficulties that children of different ages and backgrounds experience when questioned by adults about abuse, inspired by the pioneering work of Anne Graffam-Walker. APSAC c/o The Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection, The New York Foundling 590 Avenue of the Americas, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10011 608.561.3438 | 614-827-1321 apsac.org APSAC | 590 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10011 Constant Contact Data Notice Sent by apsacapsac.org powered by Try email marketing for free today!