Prevent Child Abuse New York: 21st annual New York State Child Abuse Prevention Conference (Albany)

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Date(s) - April 11 - April 13
All Day


New York State Child Abuse Prevention

Laura vandernoot Lipsky, Founder and Director, Trauma Stewardship Institute
Ira J. Chasnoff, M.D., Author, Researcher and Lecturer, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago
Rosalinda Mercado-Garza, Chief Executive Officer, E-Colors in Education

Monday, April 11 – Wednesday, April 13

Marriott Hotel
189 Wolf Road, Albany, NY 12205

Conference Features

  • Nationally renowned keynote speakers
  • 45 training and skills-building workshops and in-depth institutes
  • Continuing Education Credits for social workers
  • Non-profit and commercial exhibits
  • Networking opportunities
  • Sessions focused on wellness, self-care, and stress relief

Conference Tracks

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma-Informed Practice
  • Supporting Children’s Well Being through Direct Services Provision
  • Family Engagement and Involvement
  • Community Prevention Strategies
  • Family Engagement and Involvement, and Leadership, Management, and Best Practice

Who Should Attend?
Attendees represent many different disciplines, working in varying arenas: parenting education, family support, child abuse prevention and child protective services, intervention and treatment, domestic violence, early childhood education, health care, mental health, legal services, schools and in the home as parents. Their common vision is to build a world where all children grow in healthy and nurturing homes, schools, neighborhoods and communities.

Registration fees can be found under the registration link.

Registration for Social Work CEU’s must be done separately from conference registration, and at an additional fee. To register for Social Work CEU’s, click here.

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Organizational NYS-AIMH Members

We welcome all organizations that share our mission of supporting the mental health of young children.

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