At Child HELP Partnership, we are committed to bringing workshops to different groups based on any area of our expertise. We develop new topics on a regular basis informed by current events and areas of interest. Read up on our research studies currently underway.
Here are a few workshops we’ve delivered to professional audiences in recent years:
Brown, E. J., Urquiza, A., Kolko, D. J., & Swenson, C. C. (2013, June). State-of-the-art in treatments for child physical abuse. Workshop to be presented at the Annual Colloquium of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Las Vegas, NV.
Pelcovitz, M., Moses, A., Brown, E .J., & Bergman, A. (2012, November). Family environment, trauma severity, and academic outcomes in disconnected emerging adults. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Baltimore, MD.
Fehrenbach, T., Brown, E. J., Rodriguez, V., Rivera, S. & de Arellano, M. A. (2012, May). Empirically-supported treatments for child maltreatment. Paper presented at V Congreso Mundial de Estrés Traumático, Mexico.
Moses, A., Bernstein, K., Herring, J., Sharma-Patel, K., & Brown, E. J. (2011, November). Understanding the challenge of engaging families into treatment post trauma: Correlates of child-caregiver disagreement on children’s symptoms. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Toronto, NY.
Campbell, C., Portnoy, E., & Brown, E. J. (2011, July). Disseminating trauma-specific cognitive behavioral therapy in child advocacy centers (CACs): Characteristics of children treated, preliminary outcomes, and modifications for CACs. Panel presented at the annual meeting of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children Colloquium, Philadelphia, PA.
Gardner, T., Brown, E. J., Hughes, R., & Samuel, S. (2011, July). Ethical considerations in child abuse and neglect cases. Panel presented at the annual meeting of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children Colloquium, Philadelphia, PA.
Brown, E. J. (2013, January). The role of mental health following acute trauma. Workshop presented to the Westchester branch of the New York Association of School Psychologists, Scarsdale, NY.
Brown, E. J. (2012, October). Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and its application to the treatment of children in foster care. Panel presented at the New York Foundling Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection.
Brown, E. J., Epstein, C. Kaplan, M., & Ham, J. (2012, October). Evidence-based and best practice treatment interventions with victims of child abuse in a variety of community settings. Panel presented at the New York Foundling Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection.
Baum, J., & Brown, E. J. (2012, May). Creating a trauma-informed legal system. Paper presented at the Queens County Bar Association.
Oliveira, L. B., Brown, E. J., & Batchelor, P. (2011, October). Everything you never wanted to know about sexual abuse: A webinar for educational administrators concerning sexual abuse in schools. Paper presented at the New York State School Boards Association 92nd Annual Convention, Buffalo, NY.
Brown, E. J. (2011, October). Exploring the benefits, barriers, and realities of researcher-practitioner collaboration: The PARTNERS Program and Project CONNECT. Workshop presented at the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Conference.
Brown, E. J., Goodman, R. F., Vogel, J., & Hutchinson, K. (2011, September). Trauma and recovery after 9/11: A mental health perspective on meaning making. Paper presented at the Making Meaning of 9/11 Conference, St. John’s University, New York, NY.
Kolko, D. J., & Brown, E. J. (2011, April). Empowering families through evidence-based interventions 1: Individual child and parent skill building. Webinar presented as part of NCTSN speaker series on child physical abuse.
If your group is interested in scheduling a workshop or speaking engagement on a particular area of interest, please contact Dr. Komal Sharma-Patel at email@example.com
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