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ANNUAL CONFERENCE



2015 Annual TCSAAC Conference


April 16-17, 2015

Lena Pope Home

3200 Sanguinet Street

Fort Worth, TX 76107


Our Keynote Speaker this year will be Dr. Jane F. Silovsky , Professor of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Her research specializes in the treatment outcome and evaluation of services for children affected by child maltreatment. One of her major research interests is sexual behavior problems of young children. Since 1997, she has been the Director of the Children with Sexual Behavior Problems program, an assessment, treatment, and research program for preschool and school-age children with sexual behavior problems. She will be presenting on various topics, including "Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior: Who are they and how can we help?", "Typical Sexual Development vs. Problematic Sexual Behaviors: How do I know the difference and how do I respond?" and "Engaging Caregivers to Support their Children's Success".

A wide array of workshop presentations will be offered during the two-day conference, including Polygraphs, How Children Disclose, Online Solicitation Tools, Trauma and Addiction, CODIS, and Ethics.



Congratulations to this year's recipients of the Mitch Poe Award: Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE)

Mitch Poe Award to SANE Nurses 2015




Download Conference Agenda Here





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   Dr. Jane F. Silovsky - Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior: Who are they and how can we help?

   Dr. Jane F. Silovsky - Typical Sexual Development vs. Problematic Sexual Behaviors: How do I know the difference and how do I respond?

   Dr. Jane F. Silovsky - Engaging Caregivers to Support their Children's Success

   ARTICLE - Raised on the Registry: The irreparable harm of placing children on sex offender registries in the U.S.
   ARTICLE - Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Children Sustained Impact of Treatment 6 and 12 Months Later



   Sean Braun, LPC, LSOTP & Lawrin Dean, LPC, LSOTP - Utilizing Risk Assessments to Treat and Supervise Sex Offenders in the Community