NYCC is at the forefront of a number of educational projects focused on diagnosis, prevention and treatment of child abuse.
In addition to our annual conference, our educational offerings include workshops and intern/externships geared to various constituencies including professional, community groups and students.
Every year our conference produces and distributes action steps which help shape and inform public policy on child abuse.
Held in association with the New York City Administration for Children’s Services and Prevent Child Abuse America, it highlights best practices and innovative approaches to a range of situations.
Training and Workshops
NYCC conducts professional training and workshops on child abuse recognition and response for teachers, guidance counselors, social workers, lawyers and other professionals.
We also conduct parenting workshops at community organizations to provide parents with strategies and tools to communicate effectively, strengthen their relationships with their children and keep them safe from harm.
For further information or to schedule a training, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
“The Child Abuse Identification and Treatment” elective is designed to help fourth year medical students and pediatric residents increase their knowledge and skills in diagnosis, interdisciplinary intervention and treatment.
Coordinated with Mount Sinai School of Medicine, students and residents can spend four weeks at NYCC. Curriculum includes reading, slide lectures, observation of medical examinations, forensic interviews and case conferences as well as site visits to partner agencies.
The program is open to students from national and international medical schools and residents from New York City hospitals. For further information, please contact email@example.com
Graduate Level Psychology Externships
NYCC hosts a year long externship for graduate level psychology students pursuing their Ph.D or Psy.D. To apply for the externship, please submit your Curriculum Vitae and three letters of reference by mail to Jillian Miller, Ph.D., Acting Executive Director and Director of Therapeutic Services, The New York Center for Children, 333 East 70th Street, New York, NY 10021.
Masters of Social Work Internships
Available to second year Masters of Social Work students, this year-long internship focuses on clinical treatment of children who have experienced the trauma of abuse.
Undergraduate psychology students have the opportunity to spend the summer assisting with case tracking and program support, observing evaluations, and participating in training and educational activities.
For more information about out internship programs, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.