Workshops, sessions, institutes

(See the agenda page» for an at-a-glance look at all 3 days)

Monday  |  Tuesday  |  Wednesday

Monday, Oct 31

8:30am

Registration opens

9-10:15am Institutes A1-A4 (choose one)

Institute A1
Know Thy Boundaries: Ethical Attunement in an Age of Informality (Note: This workshop fulfills many state-board requirements for training in ethics and boundaries.)
Mary Jo Barrett, MSW, executive director, Center for Contextual Change, Skokie, Elmhurst and Chicago, IL

Institute A2
Forgiveness: a Pathway to Emotional Healing
Robert Enright, PhD, professor, Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Institute A3
Integrative Play Therapy for Treatment of Abuse & Trauma
Sueann Kenney-Noziska, MSW, LISW, LCSW, RPT-S

Institute A4

Sex Offenders and Victims: Current Issues, Assessment, Treatment and Special Populations
Anna Salter, PhD, psychologist, Department of Corrections, Madison, WI


10:15-10:30am

Break

10:30-11:45am

Institutes continue

11:45-1pm

Lunch (on your own)

1-2:15pm

Institutes continue

2:15-2:30pm

Break

2:30-4pm

Institutes continue

4:30-6pm

Color My Life: Managing Mood and Stress (appetizers and cash bar)
Lynn Tarnoff, MA, outreach program manager and director of the visual arts and living well programs, Division of Continuing Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Tuesday, Nov 1

7:30am

Registration opens

8:30-10am

Welcome and Plenary session
Not Just Pictures: What We Know About Online Victimization
Sharon Cooper, MD, CEO of Developmental and Forensic Pediatrics, PA, Fayetteville, NC

10-10:30am

Break

10:30am-noon Workshops B1-B5 (choose 1)

Workshop B1
Accessing Compassion and Validation for the Sexually Reactive Child: How to Lovingly translating behavior for the Caregivers
Glenda Rogers Monterey, LMFT, Psychotherapist, Center for Contextual Change, Skokie, Elmhurst and Chicago, IL

Workshop B2
Neurosciences & Play Therapy
Sueann Kenney-Noziska, MSW, LCSW, RPT-S/Play Therapy Corner, Inc.

Workshop B3
Expert Witness Testimony in Sex Trafficking
Sharon Cooper, MD, CEO of Developmental and Forensic Pediatrics, PA, Fayetteville, NC

Workshop B4

‘Nothing Happened;’ Utilizing Resiliency-focused Assessment Strategies to Create Openings for Engagement of Defiant, Disruptive or High Risk Youth
Richard Kagan, PhD, consulting psychologist, training programs on Traumatic Stress and Real Life Heroes®, Columbia, SC


Workshop B5
Development and Integration of Mindfulness-based Interventions into Clinical Practice
Randye Semple, PhD, assistant professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Keck School of Medicine of USC, University of Southern California

Noon-1:15pm

Lunch (on your own)

1:15-2:45pm Workshops C1-C5 (choose 1)

Workshop C1
Assessing Trauma in Children and Adolescents—Part 1
Geraldine Crisci, MSW, Counseling, Consultation and Training, Toronto, ON, Canada

Workshop C2
Harnessing the Natural Cycles of Change: A Live Demonstration of the Collaborative Stage Model for the Treatment of Trauma—Part 1
Mary Jo Barrett, MSW, executive director, Center for Contextual Change; Skokie, Elmhurst and Chicago, IL

Workshop C3
Treating Childhood Trauma with Mindfulness: Introduction to Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy for Children—Part 1
Randye Semple, PhD, assistant professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Keck School of Medicine of USC, University of Southern California

Workshop C4
Real Life Heroes: Resiliency-focused Treatment for Children with Complex Trauma—Part 1
Richard Kagan, PhD, consulting psychologist, training programs on Traumatic Stress and Real Life Heroes®, Columbia, SC

Workshop C5
Mapping of Child Sexual Abuse Services & Prevention: A Snapshot of What Is
Cordelia Anderson, MA, founder, Sensibilities Prevention Services, Minneapolis, MN

2:45-3pm

Break

3-4:30pm Workshops D1-D5 (choose 1)

Workshop D1
Assessing Trauma in Children and Adolescents—Part 2
Geraldine Crisci, MSW, Counseling, Consultation and Training, Toronto, ON, Canada

Workshop D2
Harnessing the Natural Cycles of Change: A Live Demonstration of the Collaborative Stage Model for the Treatment of Trauma—Part 2
Mary Jo Barrett, MSW, executive director, Center for Contextual Change; Skokie, Elmhurst and Chicago, IL

Workshop D3
Treating Childhood Trauma with Mindfulness: Introduction to Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy for Children—Part 2
Randye Semple, PhD, assistant professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Keck School of Medicine of USC, University of Southern California

Workshop D4
Real Life Heroes: Resiliency-focused Treatment for Children with Complex Trauma—Part 2
Richard Kagan, PhD, consulting psychologist, training programs on Traumatic Stress and Real Life Heroes®, Columbia, SC

Workshop D5
Preventing Problematic Sexual Behaviors Including Perpetration
Cordelia Anderson, MA, founder, Sensibilities Prevention Services, Minneapolis, MN

5-6pm

Yoga
Please join us for a complimentary hour of yoga instructed by Dragonfly Hot Yoga (voted Madison Magazine’s 2014 best yoga studio). Bring comfortable clothes and your yoga mat (a limited number of mats will be available).


Wednesday, Nov 2

7:30am

Registration opens

8:30-10am Workshops E1-E5 (choose 1)

Workshop E1
Latinos and Child Sexual Abuse: Cultural & Systemic Issues
Lisa Fontes, PhD, University Without Walls, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

Workshop E2
Assessing and Treating Sexual Offenders—Part 1
Anna Salter, PhD, psychologist, Department of Corrections, Madison, WI

Workshop E3
Taming the Trauma: Using Flexibly Sequential Play Therapy with Traumatized Children—Part 1
Paris Goodyear-Brown, LCSW, RPT-S, private practice and adjunct faculty member, graduate programs at University of Tennessee, Vanderbilt University, and Trevecca Nazarene University


Workshop E4
Substance Abuse, Families and Trauma Informed Care—Part 1
Sandy Hardie, CSAC, ICS, CTS, founder and executive director of Mahala’s Hope, Eden, WI

Workshop E5
Healing Focused Care: Motivational Interviewing, Cultural Humility, and Trauma Informed Awareness & Wellness—Part 1
Shawn Smith, MFA, president and founder, Alma Institute, Milwaukee, WI
Terri Strodthoff, PhD, executive director and founder, Alma Institute, Milwaukee, WI

Workshop E6
Integrative Trauma Recovery Group
Anita Mandley, MS, LCPC, director of Adult Services and Dialectical Behavior Therapy, The Center for Contextual Change, Skokie, IL

10-10:30am

Break

10:30-12noon Workshops F1-F5 (Workshops continue)

Workshop F1
Investigative Interviewing with Religiously Diverse Children
Lisa Fontes, PhD, University Without Walls, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

Workshop F2
Assessing and Treating Sexual Offenders—Part 2
Anna Salter, PhD, psychologist, Department of Corrections, Madison, WI

Workshop F3
Taming the Trauma: Using Flexibly Sequential Play Therapy with Traumatized Children—Part 2
Paris Goodyear-Brown, LCSW, RPT-S, private practice and adjunct faculty member, graduate programs at University of Tennessee, Vanderbilt University, and Trevecca Nazarene University

Workshop F4
Substance Abuse, Families and Trauma Informed Care—Part 2
Sandy Hardie, CSAC, ICS, CTS, founder and executive director of Mahala’s Hope, Eden, WI

Workshop F5
Healing Focused Care: Motivational Interviewing, Cultural Humility, and Trauma Informed Awareness & Wellness—Part 2
Shawn Smith, MFA, president and founder, Alma Institute, Milwaukee, WI
Terri Strodthoff, PhD, executive director and founder, Alma Institute, Milwaukee, WI

Workshop F6
Medical Evaluation of Suspected Child Sexual Abuse—Differentiating Between Sexual Abuse vs. Other Medical Conditions or Injuries
Barbara Knox, MD, medical director, UW Child Protection Program, associate professor, Dept of Pediatrics, UW-Madison, WI

12noon-1:30pm

Lunch (additional fee)
Compassion Fatigue: Replenishing the Caregiver
Mary Jo Barrett, MSW, executive director, Center for Contextual Change, Skokie, Elmhurst and Chicago, IL

1:30-3pm Workshops G1-G6 (choose 1)

Workshop G1
Investigative Interviewing with Immigrant Children
Lisa Fontes, PhD, University Without Walls, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

Workshop G2
Externalization of Graphic Imagery – Effective Use of Art in the Treatment of Trauma
Geraldine Crisci, MSW, Counseling, Consultation and Training, Toronto, ON, Canada

Workshop G3
Be My Safe Boss: Inviting Caregivers into the Healing Process Using Play Therapy Based Activities
Paris Goodyear Brown, LCSW

Workshop G4
Shame in the Experience of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Perspectives in Development and Treatment
Grace Tomas-Tolentino, PhD, director, Core Psychotherapy Center, Ltd., Schaumburg, IL

Workshop G5
Birds, Bees and Pornography
Cordelia Anderson, MA, founder, Sensibilities Prevention Services, Minneapolis, MN

3pm

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