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Understanding Unconscious Bias…

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

Tuesday , June 18, 2019
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
The Nicholas Scoppetta Children’s Center

*For group tickets, please email Christine Crowther at ccrowther@newyorkcenterforchildren.org along with a head count
for each afternoon session.*

***Conference is now fully registered***

Ticket Options
*Choose Your Afternoon Workshop* (Req)


Prevent Child AbuseNYC Administration for Children's ServicesThe New York Center for Children New York Child Welfare Court Improvement Project

Katherine Teets Grimm, MD
Medical Director
The New York Center for Children

Anne Reiniger, JD, MSW
Past Chair
Prevent Child Abuse America

Honorable Jeanette Ruiz
Administrative Judge
NYC Family Court

Willie Tolliver, DSW
Silberman Director of Social Justice & Equity Education
Associate Professor, Silberman School of Social Work &
CUNY Graduate Center

Kristy-Lee Jean-Pierre, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital
at NYU Langone
Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Child Study Center

David Peters
Executive Director
Office of Equity Strategies
Administration for Children’s Services

Elise Schuster, MPH

Assistant Director
Youth Opportunity Hub
The Door – A Center of Alternatives
(Please choose one)

Moving Beyond The Usual Multicultural Training Approaches:Crawford Bias Reduction Training/Theory (CBRT)

Paul Bulman, PhD
Pediatric Clinical Psychologist
Montefiore Health Systems

Dana E. Crawford, PhD
Pediatric Psychologist
Behavioral Health Integration Program (BHIP)
Department of Pediatrics
Montefiore Medical Group
Comprehensive Health Care Center (CHCC)


Reducing and Disrupting Automatic and Biased Action

Jamie Burke, Esq.
Community Office at Brooklyn Defender Services 

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

Application for CLE Accreditation of this Program in New York is Currently Pending

The conference is made possible by the generous support of New York Child Welfare Court Improvement Project and Prevent Child Abuse America.



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