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Children in Trauma 2011

Monday, September 20, 2010 - 10:00am - 11:00am

Featuring a keynote speaker from the Center for Disease Control, the 2011 Children In Trauma conference will provide a wealth of information on current research findings in child and adolescent bullying and violence, treatments, as well as options for emergency personnel, schools, and those caring for elders.  Learn more…

Children in Trauma 2010

The 8th Annual Children in Trauma Conference took place Friday, March 12, 2010 on the California State University, Chico Campus. Attendees were priveleged to learn from Dr. Leslie Drozd. Stay tuned for our next conference!

What’s Behind a Child’s Rejection of a Parent? Is it Abuse, Alienation, and/or Estrangement?
Featuring Leslie M. Drozd, Ph.D. - Thanks for Attending!

Bullying Forum

Parents, families, and community members came to a special forum to share personal stories and real-world experiences with bullying. National and local experts from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program – the most researched and best-known bullying prevention program available today – and Youth for Change were on-hand to answer questions, address concerns, and give tools to advocate for your child and others in the community.

Community Forum on Bullying

Parents, families, and community members came to a special forum to share personal stories and real-world experiences with bullying. National and local experts from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program – the most researched and best-known bullying prevention program available today – and Youth for Change were on-hand to answer questions, address concerns, and give tools to advocate for your child and others in the community.

Marlene Grant

Staying relevant and up-to-date with emerging science and new approaches in psychotherapy and mediation is challenging. I realized this in my own professional practice and knew many of my colleagues in the area were traveling hundreds of miles outside our region to attend professional continuing education conferences. So I started to think of how I could be part of the effort to create and present high-quality programming that could make a positive difference,” remarked Marlene Grant.