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2016 Conference Materials

 

Please  download and print these materials that will be used for workshops at the 2016 Conference. We recommend that you bring the materials with you as many of them will not be available in hard copy at the conference. Please note: not all materials will be made available prior to the conference, but we will continue posting information as we receive it from the presenters.

 JUST ADDED! THANK YOU FOR COMING TO THE CONFERENCE!

  1. Hope Kestle- The Changing Faces of Poverty Panel
  2. Kimberly Tucker- The Changing Faces of Poverty Panel
  3. Viola Vaughan-Eden: Child Neglect- Where Do We Go From Here? (Additional Document)
  4. Laurel Aparicio: Home Visiting 101

To contact Whitney Kern directly, please email her at KernW@chesterfield.gov

 

Click HERE to access names and email addresses of attendees for networking purposes.

 

MORNING WORKSHOPS:

 

Why Some Bounce Back and Some Never Do: Resilience in Those Who Experience

Childhood Abuse

– Pat Stanislaski, Director, Partnering for Prevention

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Practice Profiles: Vision and Values Transformed “From Paper to Practice”

– Anne Kisor, MSW, PhD, & Judy Gundy, MSW;  Virginia Department of Social Services

 

Using Stories to Build Social and Emotional Competence of Children

– Lynne Edwards, LCSW

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The Changing Faces of Poverty – Panel Discussion

  • Emily Griffey- Senior Policy Analyst, Voices for Virginia’s Children
  • Hope Kestle- Director of Child Nutrition Programs, FeedMore
  • Nicole Austin, PhD- Early Childhood Education, Old Dominion University
  • Mark Golden- Economic Assistance and Employment Manager, VDSS
  • Kimberly Tucker- Senior Director of Housing & Homeless Services, St. Joseph’s Villa

 

Parent Education: Finding the Best Fit for Families

– Virginia Statewide Parenting Education Coalition (VSPEC) Members- Michele Tryon, MA, BS, CCLS; Angela Borsella, PhD; Carol Dolber McMurray, MSW, ACSW

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AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS:

 

Creating an Empathy Epidemic: The Importance of Creating, Building and Sustaining

Empathy

– Pat Stanislaski, Director, Partnering for Prevention

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Home Visiting 101

– Laurel Aparicio, Director, Virginia Home Visiting Consortium

 

Human Trafficking: From Basics to Action

– Josh Bailey, President & CEO of Gray Haven

 

The Hidden Rules: What Drives Your Families to Make the Choices They Do (A Book

Discussion on “A Framework for Understanding Poverty” by Ruby Payne)

– Whitney Kern, LCSW, Prevention Consultant, Chesterfield Mental Health

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Child Neglect: Where Do We Go From Here?

– Viola Vaughan-Eden, PhD- Norfolk State University

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