4th Annual Victims’ Rights Conference

Crime Victim Center is hosting our 2017 “Crime Victims’ Rights Conference: Strength; Resilience; Justice” on Friday, April 28th, from 9am to 4:15pm, at the Bayfront Sheraton in Erie, Pennsylvania. This conference will host a range of amazing speakers in three breakout sessions, in addition to a speaking program during lunch.  Important Information about continuing education credits for Nursing Home Administrator and Activity Professionals as well as Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapists, Professional Counselors and Nurses. Click here for CE Statements

The cost of the conference is $85 for professionals, $40 for students, which includes breakfast, lunch, and Continuing Education as applicable. Please print or type the following information and return it, along with payment, to: Crime Victim Center, Attn: Amy Blackman, 125 West 18th St, Erie, PA 16501. Make checks payable to Crime Victim Center.

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CONFERENCE AGENDA


Crime Victim Center is hosting our 2017 “Crime Victims’ Rights Conference: Strength, Resilience; Justice” on Friday April 28th at the Bayfront Sheraton in Erie Pennsylvania. This conference will host a range of amazing speakers in three breakout sessions, including a speaking program during lunch. Application has been made for continuing education credits for Nursing Home Administrator and Activity Professionals as well as Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapists.  Click here for CE Statements

 

4th Annual

Victims’ Rights Conference

Strength

Resilience

Justice

 8:00-8:45 Registration

 

9:00-9:45 Morning Plenary Session: Crime Victims’ Rights Week

  

10:00-11:30 Morning Breakout Session

A Not So Juvenile Approach to Juvenile Justice,” presented by Jonathan W. Neenan and Brian Krowicki, Erie County District Attorney’s Office

** A Not So Juvenile Approach Summary

All Paws On Deck: An Introduction to Utilizing Service Dogs, Therapy Dogs, Courthouse Dogs and Emotional Support Animals,” presented by Miranda Galbreath and Ruth Prest, Canine Partners for Life/ PA Dept. of Corrections, The State Correctional Institution at Albion

 ** All Paws on Deck Summary

11:45-12:45 Lunch: Keynote Speaker: Jennifer Storm, Victim Advocate, Office of the Victim Advocate

          **Trauma-Addiction-and-Victimization

1:00-2:30 Afternoon Breakout Session 1

Military Sexual Trauma (MST): Increasing Awareness and Promoting Recovery,” presented by Dr. Roksana Korchynsky, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System

** Military Sexual Trauma Summary

Facing the Cost of Caring:     Creating Acknowledgement, Support and Solutions to Those People Impacted by Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and Vicarious Trauma,” presented by Angela Chambers LPC, TF-CBT Therapist, Family Services of NWPA, and Tara Durkin LCSW, TF-CBT Therapist, Family Services of NW PA

** Facing the Cost of Caring Summary

 

2:45-4:15 Afternoon Breakout Session 2

Declining Mental Capacity in the Elderly and Fraud Prevention: What Every Senior Provider Must Know,” presented by Jeff Banner, Esq., Heritage Law Firm

** Declining Mental Capacity in the Elderly and Fraud Prevention Summary

The Role of Music Therapy in Trauma Recovery,” presented by Craig A. Stevens and Brittany Barko, Lake Erie Music Therapy

** The Role of Music Therapy in Trauma Recovery Summary

Important Information about continuing education credits for Nursing Home Administrator and Activity Professionals as well as Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapists, Professional Counselors and Nurses. Click here for CE Statements

Click, Print and Return this registration form with your payment

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