News From The Field: September 2018

NFTF Sept 2018Lots of local conferences, webinars, and a new publication on parents’ adverse childhood experiences in this newsletter!

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News From The Field:

2018 UT Child Welfare Conference
November 9th, 8-4pm, ATX, 6.75 CEUs

Texas Child Care Administrators Conference
Texas Alliance of Child and Family Services: October 1-2, Austin, TX

Self-regulation Skills to Support Healthy Relationships for Youth
Dibble Institute: October 10, free webinar

42nd Annual NASW Texas State Conference
October 11-13, Arlington, TX

2018 Texas CASA Conference
October 18-20, Denton, TX

Healthier Texas Summit
IT’S TIME TEXAS and the University of Texas: October 25-26, Austin, TX

NAMI Texas 2018 Conference
October 26-27, Austin, TX

Creating Personal Balance Through Emotional Intelligence
Healthy Youth Partnership Leadership Training Series: Session 4, October 19, 9 am – 1 pm, Austin, TX

National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health Conference
November 1 – 3, Houston, TX

Strengthening Youth and Families Conference
Texas Juvenile Justice Department: November 5 – 8, Galveston, TX

ACEs movie “Invisible Scars” by Johnna Janis
Now available free online

American Academy of Pediatrics: Parents’ Adverse Childhood Experiences and Their Children’s Behavioral Health Problems

SAGE Qualitative Health Research: “Because That’s the Culture”: Providers’ Perspectives on the Mental Health of Latino Immigrant Youth

Child Welfare Information Gateway: Helping Your Child Transition From Foster Care to Adoption

NASW Press Children & Schools: Adolescent Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment for Substance Use: An Application for School Social Workers

The Center of Child Welfare & Immigration: How do Immigrant Children and Families Experience Immigrant Detention?

Annie E. Casey Foundation: Five Steps to Stronger Child Welfare Force