Weave an airtight mental health response to special populations


February 9-10, 2022, join us for two days of expert learning for just $99

Kids seen at Children’s Advocacy Centers come from all kinds of backgrounds and experiences. Clinicians, you’re invited to join us at Seamless to weave a comprehensive practice to make sure that none fall through the cracks. Whether it’s the impact of ubiquitous pornography on child development, problematic sexual behaviors in kids, physical abuse, or even exploitation like abusive images or trafficking, Seamless will help prepare you to meet the specific needs of the kids who come through your door. Join us Feb. 9-10, online on NCA Engage.

For just $99 for NCA members and $299 for non-members, Seamless is a great way to advance the field while meeting your requirements. Attendance satisfies the new 2023 Mental Health Standard. Seamless is also approved for 10.5 CE hours by both the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) National Association of Social Workers (NASW).

It’s not just for CAC staff clinicians: the $99 registration rate is also valid for any clinician in community practice who treats kids through an NCA member CAC.

Here’s a message from our CEO Teresa Huizar on who Seamless is for and what you can expect!

Seamless: Our Speakers and Sessions

Here are just a few of the great experts and sessions you’ll enjoy at Seamless.

Al Killen-Harvey, LCSW

Al Killen-Harvey, LCSW

Chadwick Center for Children & Families
at Rady Children’s

Killen-Harvey is a 27-year veteran clinician at Rady, the founder of the Harvey Institute, and an advocate for LGBTQIA+ youth. He will present on addressing secondary trauma for clinicians in Who is Taking Care of Us While We Are Taking Care of Others?

Dr. Kelly Kinnish

Kelly Kinnish, Ph.D.

National Center on Child Trafficking
at Georgia State University

Dr. Kinnish, a clinical psychologist and the director of National Center on Child Trafficking at Georgia State University in Atlanta, will present on addressing the complex needs of child trafficking victims in Trauma-Focused Treatment Applications with Commercially Sexually Exploited Children.

David Kolko, Ph.D.

David Kolko, Ph.D.

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Dr. Kolko is a medical school professor, director of the Special Services Unit at UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital, and a co-developer of Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT), a model intended to address physical abuse. He will present on the use of the model in Addressing physical abuse and harsh discipline in clinical practice using AF-CBT.

A few of our Seamless experts, Dr. David Kolko and Al Killen-Harvey, LCSW explores what you’ll learn in this short video!

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