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PC-CARE: Upcoming Presentations

We don’t have any presentations scheduled at the moment, but stay tuned!


PC-CARE: Past Presentations

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  • Zero to Three Annual Conference 2018Denver CO  –  October 3rd-5th, 2018
  • PC-CARE Training is coming to Davis, CA on Tuesday, 10/16/18! Jump-start your PC-CARE training journey at our PC-CARE Skill Building Workshop (Phase I of Training)
  • Timmer, S.G., Hawk, B.N., Forte, L.A., & Boys, D., Samelson, C., Urquiza, A.J. (June 2018). Presentation and workshop at the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children APSAC 25th Annual Colloquium – New Orleans, LA
  • Timmer, S.G., Hawk, B.N. (May 2018). Presentation at World Association of Infant Mental Health’s 16th World Congress – Rome, Italy
  • Timmer, S.G., Hawk, B.N., Forte, L.A., & Boys, D. (November 2017). Fostering Secure Transitions with PC-CARE. Presentation at the Zero to Three Annual Conference, San Diego, CA
  • Hawk, B., & Forte, L. (September 2017). PC-CARE: Fostering Secure Placements for Traumatized Children in Transition. Presentation at The 17th Annual Conference on Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for Traumatized Children, Los Angeles, CA
  • Hawk, B., & Forte, L. (June 2017). Adapting EBTs: Can a 6-week Parenting Intervention Really Help? Presentation at The 2017 APSAC Advanced Training Summit, Portland, ME
  • Timmer, S., Hawk, B., Boys, D., & Forte, L. (April 2017). PC-CARE: A Brief Parenting Intervention for Traumatized Children in Transition or with Disruptive Behaviors. Presentation at The 2017 NCTSN All Network Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Hawk, B., & Forte, L. (September 2016). PC-CARE: Creating an Affectionate and Respectful Environment in Only Six Sessions! Presentation at The 16th Annual PCIT Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Timmer, S., & Hawk, B. (September 2016). PC-CARE: A Case Study. Presentation at The 16th Annual PCIT Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

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