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Professional Web-based Trainings

Location: The Dolphin House, 735 South First Street, Montrose
Times:  Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Note: Continuing Education units are available with these trainings unless specifically noted.
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2019 Dolphin House Webinar Training Schedule

Date Title EduNet Expert CEUs
July 17 Finding Their Voice: Reasons Children Delay Disclosure of Sexual Abuse Andra Chamberlin, MA
& Kim Madden, M.Ed., LPC
August 21 Strategies for Gathering Details When Children Experience Repeated Abuse Andra K. Chamberlin, MA      
Sept. 18 Best Practices in the Treatment of Abused Children and Their Families Ben Saunders, PhD      
Oct. 16 Research on the Use of Human Figure Drawings in Forensic Interviews Jason Dickinson, PhD      
Nov. 20 Why Some Bounce Back and some never do – Resilience in Those Who Experience Childhood Abuse Pat Stanislawski, BS      
Dec. 18  Most Common Mistakes Made in Forensic Interviews and How to Fix Them Linda Cordisco Steele,
and Heather Stewart MA



Midwest Regional EduNet
Cerina Marlar | Program Manager, Education & Training | cerina.marlar@childrensmn.org | 651.220.7009

NDAA Staff

Justin Fitzsimmons is a Senior Attorney with NDAA's National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse in Alexandria, VA. Prior to coming to NDAA in June of 2009, Mr. Fitzsimmons was an Assistant State's Attorney in Kane County, IL. While employed as an Assistant State's Attorney, Mr. Fitzsimmons supervised the Special Prosecution Unit; he also prosecuted cases of arson, elder abuse, complex financial crimes, Internet crimes and public integrity. The unit was responsible for prosecuting all online crimes against children. Additionally, before supervising SPU, Mr. Fitzsimmons was assigned to the child advocacy center where he prosecuted numerous cases involving sexual abuse and severe physical abuse to children, adults and disabled individuals. His background includes attending SANE/SART training.

Suzanna Tiapula is the Director of NDAA's National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse. She coordinates and manages activities and operations of the center and staff. Ms. Tiapula trains child abuse professionals across the country on the investigation and prosecution of child maltreatment and exploitation. In 2004/2005 Ms. Tiapula coordinated the development of two advanced trial advocacy courses for prosecution of online crimes against children (Unsafe Havens I and II) as part of NCPCA's Child Sexual Exploitation program. Ms. Tiapula has researched and published on a range of child maltreatment topics.

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