Symposium Registration Opens Mid-February!
We, like too many communities in America, have suffered from mass shootings, street gun violence, and gun violence in the home. How has this affected children, what is the link between childhood trauma and future gun violence, and what we can do to save our kids and our community from gunfire are questions the 2020 Symposium will address from many angles. We hope you join us for this crucial day of learning, and learning what we can do.
Developing Symposium Highlights:
- Keynote Speaker- We are thrilled to be joined by Dr. James Densley, PhD, co-founder of The Violence Project, a nonpartisan think tank dedicated to reducing violence in society and improving related policy and practice through research and analysis. Dr. Densley is one of the world’s leading experts on mass shootings and adverse childhood experiences of mass shooters.
- Keynote Speaker- Effects of Gun Violence on Communities with Garen J. Wintemute, M.D., MPH, a renowned expert on the public health crisis of gun violence and a pioneer in the field of injury epidemiology and prevention of firearm violence. Dr. Wintemute was once named Time Magazine's Hero of Medicine.
Plenary Session- Psychobiology of Trauma and Resilience with Lauren Maltby, PhD, and Kelly Callahan, MD.
- Vicarious Trauma and ACES
- Teen Panel: How Youth are Thinking about Gun Violence
- Helping Children Cope with the Trauma of Gun Violence and other Severe Violence
- Preventing Child Gun Deaths in the Home
2020 Registration Rates - February 14 - April 3, 2020
|Early Bird Pricing
||by March 10, 2020
|By Registration Deadline
||March 11 - April 3, 2020
|Groups of 10 to 24*
||by March 27, 2020
|Groups of 25-49*
||by March 27, 2020
*Please contact CAPC Coordinator, Julie Fulmer McKellar, at firstname.lastname@example.org for special group rate registration instructions. There are a limited number of scholarships available. Special pricing for students and interns.
Join the Symposium mailing list!