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Supporting Parents and Caregivers of Traumatized Children

Sponsored by
The New York Center for Children
in association with Prevent Child Abuse America
and New York City Administration for Children’s Services.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
at
The Nicholas Scoppetta Children’s Center

*For group tickets, please email Christine Crowther along with a head count for each afternoon session.*


Ticket Options

*Choose Your Afternoon Workshop* (Req)

Name:

Affiliation/School:


Prevent Child AbuseNYC Administration for Children's ServicesThe New York Center for Children

Co-chairs

Katherine Teets Grimm,
MD

Medical Director
The New York Center for Children

Anne Reiniger, JD,
MSW

Past Chair
Prevent Child Abuse America

8:30 – 9:00
Registration and light refreshments

9:00 Welcome and
Introduction

David Hansell
Commissioner
NYC
Administration for Children’s Services

Maura Somers Dughi
Lifetime Board Member
Prevent Child Abuse America

Keynote Speaker

Bruce D. Perry, MD, PhD

Senior Fellow
The ChildTrauma Academy

Panel
Discussion

Juliet Herzberg, LMSW
Therapist
The New York
Center for Children

Cecile Noel
Commissioner
NYC
Mayor’s Office To Combat Domestic Violence

Nishanna Ramoutar, LCSW,
MSEd

Clinical Supervisor
Brownsville Child-Parent Psychotherapy
Jewish Board

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS
(please choose one)

Stewards of Children®, Presented by the Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children

Patty Dailey Lewis, Esq.
Executive Director
Beau Biden Foundation

Joshua Alcorn
Chief Engagement Officer
Beau Biden Foundation

Working with the Legacy of Complex Trauma Within Families: Strategies for Building Collaborative Relationships with Parents and Caregivers

Tricia Stephens, LCSW-R, PhD
Hunter College – Silberman School of Social Work

NYS Continuing Education Credits for Social Workers Available (5 credits)

The conference is made possible by the generous support
of Prevent Child Abuse America.

Healing

When a child has been abused - physically, emotionally or sexually -
the most important first step is to
provide her or him with a safe, accepting environment. NYCC provides that secure haven in which to heal.

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Prevention

It seems that hardly a week goes by without news of a trusted child care worker being arrested for child abuse.

How do you know your child is safe?
Here are some tips.

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Education

NYCC is at the forefront of a number of educational projects focused on early intervention, prevention and treatment of child abuse.



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