Prevent Child Abuse Arizona offers webinars on the topics of Supporting Traumatized Children; Building Personal & Professional Resilience; Addressing Violence & Maltreatment; and Strengthening Families. Our webinars are designed to be interactive, applicable, and encourage self-reflection.
Click here to download the Prevent Child Abuse Arizona webinar catalog. If you’d like to request a webinar presentation for your organization, please email the title, approximate group size, and a few preferred date and time options to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Third Thursday Child Abuse Prevention Conference Extended Learning Opportunities Webinar Series
On the third Thursday of each month from January to June 2021, Prevent Child Abuse Arizona will offer some of the top workshops we wanted to feature at the 2020 Child Abuse Prevention Conference but couldn’t due to schedule limits.
June 17, 2021 | 10 to 11:30 am
Teaching Arizona Youth to Speak Up: Results from a School-Based Child Abuse Prevention Study with National Implications
Marisol Diaz, JD, Arizona State University, Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center, and Wendy Wolfersteig, PhD, ASU SIRC Office of Evaluation and Partner Contracts
Learn about the Childhelp Speak Up Be Safe (CSUBS) curriculum, which has been tested as effective in providing students in grades K-12 knowledge on child abuse prevention strategies. The workshop will present results and discuss how to keep children safe by implementing quality, age-appropriate prevention education.
Additional Upcoming Webinars
Thursday, June 3rd | 2:00 pm – 3:15 pm
The Voices Behind the Letters: The LGBTQ+ Youth Experience in Arizona and How Youth Service Professionals Can Help
Presented by Jackson Belva, AmeriCorps VISTA, Prevent Child Abuse Arizona
Mandatory Reporter Training
This is a pre-recorded, free training.
This 40-minute training will teach you to identify the signs of child abuse and neglect, how to report child abuse in Arizona, and how you can support families so that child abuse and neglect can be prevented.