January 8-10, 2020, Hotel Albuquerque, Old Town
Join us in exploring the theme: “Walking the Talk: Prevention, Support, and Radical Acceptance”
The 2020 annual conference theme looks forward to the implementation of recent changes in our child welfare, juvenile justice, and children’s legal systems, with an emphasis on putting the values of prevention, support, and radical acceptance into practice. While safety and risk remain important considerations, we are challenging our systems to address concerns by upholding the essential, effective, and innate connections that exist within families and their surrounding community.
With the start of a new decade, a new administration, and new national and state-wide initiatives, we have an opportunity to move innovative ideas towards improved outcomes for the children, youth and families we serve. What does it look like to shift our systems’ efforts from reactive to preventative? How can we leverage the strengths of our communities to provide the support that allows families to thrive? How can each one of us renew our commitment to break ineffective patterns of judgement and move towards the radical acceptance of others that restores hope and humanity in our communities?
General Registration will open soon. Please check back in early November.
Speaker Registration Follow this link to complete the Speaker Registration Form.
2020 Conference Speakers
|Opening Keynote Speaker||Closing Keynote Speaker|
|Wednesday, January 8th, 1:30pm||Friday, January 10th, 10:30am|
|Dr. Jaiya John||Dr. Amelia Franck Meyer, LISW|
|Thursday, January 9th, 10:30am-12:00pm
|Dr. Sam Himelstein
|Dr. Andrew Hsi|
Please check back for session descriptions and speaker biographies.
|WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8TH||THURSDAY JANUARY 9TH||FRIDAY JANUARY 10TH|
|Pre-Conference Session||Workshop Session II||Session VI|
|Opening General Session||Workshop Session III||Closing General Session|
|Workshop Session I||Workshop Session IV|
|Workshop Session V|
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