Our clinicians are available to speak on a variety of topics. We have spoken to camps, schools, administrators, religious organizations, businesses that work with children, parent groups, doctoral students and more. We also have helped conduct trainings for educators, counselors and others who work with children.
POSSIBLE TOPICS INCLUDE
How to speak about body safety with your child
What to do if you suspect abuse
Child trauma and its effects
What school personnel should know about abuse
How to keep our children safe
How to handle sexual behavior problems with children
Vicarious trauma for those working with traumatized children
PRESENTATIONS HAVE INCLUDED
Wolf, S. (March 2020). Parent Child Interaction Therapy; Overview. 19th Northern Virginia Children Services Act Symposium. Annandale, VA.
Wolf, S. (January 2020). The Effects of Trauma and Common Symptoms. Presentation To Cast and Crew. The Spitfire Grill, Rockville Little Theatre, Gaithersburg Arts Barn, MD.
Wolf, S. (June 2019). Preventing Child Abuse- Training For Camp Counselors. Pinemere Overnight Camp, Stroudsburg, PA.
Wolf, S. (June 2019). Preventing Child Abuse- Training For Camp Counselors. Montgomery County Maryland Summer Camps, Rockville, MD.
Wolf, S. (November 2018). Recognizing and Addressing Vicarious Trauma. National District Attorneys’ Association’s Confronting Mental Health Challenges Conference, Myrtle
Wolf, S (August 2018). Information About the Child Advocacy Center. Presentation to Staff at The Ross Center, Washington DC.
Wolf, S (August 2018). Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT). Presentation to Psychology Externs, Children's National Medical Center, Washington DC.
Wolf, S. & Bokman, C. (March 2018). Innovations in Providing Trauma Therapy To Children Immediately After Removal; A Collaboration Between The Child Advocacy Center and Child Welfare Services Through the Transitional Trauma Therapy Program. Workshop at the 34th International Symposium on Child Abuse, Huntsville, AL.
Wolf, S. & Kramer-Kuhn, A (February 2018). Sexual Abuse and Problematic Sexual Behaviors; What Every School Counselor Should Know. Presentation at Conference for Montgomery County Maryland Elementary School Counselors, Rockville, MD.
Wolf, S. et .al. (November 2017). Child Relationships; Staying Safe and Healthy. Presentation for Booz Allen Hamilton lunch educational series, Rockville, MD.
Wolf, S. & Burch, B. (September 2016). Trauma Focused Therapies For Maltreated Children. Presentation for 17th School Community United in Partnership (SCUP) Conference, Universities of Shady Grove, Rockville, MD.
Wolf, S. (September 2016). Understanding The Child Advocacy Center: A case presentation highlighting the unique child centered approach, understanding the need, benefits and common pitfalls in providing quality multidiscipline care. Workshop for Adventist Behavioral HealthCare, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Symposium, Bethesda, MD.
Wolf, S. (September 2016). Understanding/Preventing Child Abuse For Educators. Presentation for Temple Sinai religious school teachers. Washington DC.
Wolf, S. (March 2015). Preventing Child Abuse: What Every Parent Should Know. Workshop for The Montgomery County Public Schools’ Parent Academy at North Bethesda Middle School, Bethesda, MD.
Halfond, R., Wolf, S., & Corono, R. (September 2011). Culture and Trauma. In Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in an Immigrant Mexican Female: A Case Study Report. Workshop at the Latino Behavioral Health Institute Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA.