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Trauma Trainings & Presentations

2017

ACRC/Impact Symposium, Sydney, Australia Presenter: Wallace, D. w/leadership team from ACRC (November 2017)

ACEs in Action: Building a Trauma Informed Community. Transitional Services Association, Saratoga Springs, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (October 2017)

Continuing the conversation: Trauma informed medicine. St. Mary’s Hospital, Amsterdam, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (October 2017)

Trauma Informed investigation in child advocacy centers. NYS Children’s Alliance. Saratoga, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (October 2017)

ACEs in Action: Building a Trauma Informed Community. SUNY Cobleskill in partnership with the Schenectady County ACEs Network. Presenter: Wallace, D. (October 2017)

Trauma Informed Schools. Staff development day for school district K-12 professionals. Fort Plain Central School District. Fort Plain, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. and Steinke, C. (October 2017)

Policing the teen brain: An introduction to adolescent development and the impact of trauma on children, adolescence and the community. 15, three-hour staff development days for Albany City Police Department officers, detective and leadership. APD Training Facility. Albany, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. and Steinke, C. (September 2017)

Trauma Informed Schools. Staff development day for school district middle and high school professionals. Norwich City School District. Norwich, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (September 2017)

Trauma Informed Schools. Staff development day for school district professionals and administrators. Lansingburgh Central School District. Troy, NY. Presenters: Wallace, D. and Steinke, C. (September 2017)

Trauma Informed Schools. All day retreat for district administration and leadership staff. Niskayuna Central School District. Troy, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (August 2017)

Trauma Informed Schools. All day retreat for district administration and leadership staff. Lansingburgh Central School District. Troy, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (July 2017)

ACEs: Trauma Informed Care and Vicarious Trauma. Three (6 hour) days of intensive training developed for DSS multidisciplinary staff. Rensselaer County Department of Social Services. Troy, NY. Presenter: Wallace D. (June 2017)

Engagement of Youth with Problematic Sexual Behaviors. 22nd Annual NYSATSA / NYSASOSP Conference. Albany, NY. Co-presenters: Malloy, K. and Rivage, C. (June 2017)

Who’s Helping the Helpers? Taking trauma informed care to the next level, progress, barriers and next steps. 22nd Annual NYSATSA / NYSASOSP Conference. Albany, NY. Co-presenters: McManus, D. and Steinke, C. (June 2017)

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Cross-Sector Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes. Pediatric Grand Rounds. St. Mary’s Hospital, Amsterdam, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (May 2017)

Trauma Informed Schools. A workshop for school based health professionals. 15th Annual NYSUT Professional Issues Forum on Health Care. New York State United Teachers, Latham, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (April 2017)

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Cross-Sector Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes.. Presentation to administrative leadership. Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS), Rensselaer, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (April 2017)

An Overview of the Neurobiology of Trauma, Cross-Sector Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes, and Discussion of Incorporating an ACE Response within Primary Care Settings. A 60 minute introductory session designed for medical and behavioral health staff. Capital District Physicians Health Plan (CDPHP). Co-presenters: Wallace, D.Wolff, B. (April 2017)

ACEs: Trauma Informed Care and Vicarious Trauma. Three (6 hour) days of intensive training developed for DCYF multidisciplinary staff. Albany County Department of Children Youth and Families. Co-presenters: Steinke, C.Wallace D. (April 2017)

ACEs in Action: An Exploration of Trauma’s Impact in the Classroom, Courtroom, and Child Welfare’s System. Workshop presentation at From Youth at Risk to Kids at Hope Mini-Masters – A Positive Youth Development Symposium. Roundtable of St. Lucie County, Fort Pierce, FL. Wallace, D., co-presenter. (March 2017)

Understanding ACEs: Mobilizing Schools to Support Traumatized Youth. School Nurses Symposium. Rural Health Education Network of Schoharie. Co-presenters: Roman, D., Russell, K. and Wallace, D.  (March 2017)

Building Resiliency: Identifying and Responding to Trauma in Our Children. Workshop presentation at From Youth at Risk to Kids at Hope Mini-Masters – A Positive Youth Development Symposium. Roundtable of St. Lucie County, Fort Pierce, FL. Wallace, D., presenter. (March 2017)

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Cross-sector Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes. Medical continuing medical education (CME) event. Nathan Littauer Hospital. Co-presenter: Wallace, D. (February 2017)

2016

Trauma-Informed Education Shares Lasallian Values. Breakout Session presentation at 43rd Huether Lasallian Conference. Chicago, IL. Steinke, C., presenter. (November 2016)

Adverse Childhod Experiences: Cross-Sector Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes. A Grand Rounds Presentation to medical students, faculty and physicians across pediatrics, psychiatry, social work and general practice. Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (October 2016).

Lasallian Youth and Family Ministries: Lasallian and Trauma Informed Care. A Keynote Address at The Fifth Annual International Symposium on Lasallian Research. Minneapolis, MN. Steinke, C., co-presenter. (September 2016)

2016 Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) & Community Resilience Summit. Richmond VA. Wallace, D., panelist (August 2016)

Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Science of Trauma and its Impact on Residential Care. Training for St. Anne Institute staff. Albany, NY. A comprehensive (3.5 day, 20 hour) training curriculum developed for all agency staff and professional disciplines. Co-presenters: Wallace, D., Steinke, C., Rivage, C., Kennedy, T. (April-August 2016)

Trauma Informed Therapeutic Residential Care: Theory and Practice. Ocean Tides 40th Anniversary Forum. An introductory, cross disciplinary training developed for statewide JJS agencies across Rhode Island. Co-Presenters: Wallace, D. & Kennedy, T. (May 2016)

Trauma Informed Care and Systems Level Impact. Plenary Address at Maternal & Infant Health Center of Excellence Annual Meeting – Plenary Address (1 hour). Albany, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D.

Who’s Helping the Helpers? Taking Trauma Informed Care to the Next Level to Support Staff Through Vicarious Trauma. Third Annual Capital District Symposium on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Albany, NY. Co-Presenters: McManus, D. & Steinke, C. (April 2016)

Who’s Helping the Helpers? Taking Trauma Informed Care to the Next Level to Support Staff Through Vicarious Trauma. American Association of Children’s Residential Centers (AACRC) 60th Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. Co-Presenters: McManus, D. & Steinke, C. (March 2016)

Adverse Childhood Experience Survey (ACEs): The Science of Trauma and its Impact on Residential Treatment. American Association of Children’s Residential Centers (AACRC) Ontario Symposium: Excellence in Residential Interventions. Toronto, Ontario. Wallace, D. (January 2016)

ACEs in Action: Building a Trauma Informed CommunityRensselaer County Sexual Assault Response Team. Troy, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (January 2016).

2015

Qualifying and Presenting an Expert Witness on Juvenile Delinquency Psychology. Albany County Conference: Issues in Juvenile Delinquency Prosecution. Albany, NY. Co-Presenters: Wallace, D. & Muller, C. ACA, Columbia County. (November 2015)

Adverse Childhood Experience Survey (ACEs): The Science of Trauma and its Impact on Residential Treatment. American Association of Children’s Residential Centers (AACRC) Northeast Regional Symposium: Excellence in Residential Interventions. Boston, MA. Presenter: Wallace, D. (October 2015)

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Overview and Introduction, the Trauma Informed Lens, and Lasallian Charism. International Symposium on Lasallian Research. Minneapolis, MN. Co-Presenters: Steinke, C. & Wolff, B. (September 2015)

Who’s helping the helpers? Taking trauma informed care to the next level to support staff through their experiences of vicarious and first-hand trauma. 20th Annual Joint Conference sponsored by NYSATSA and NYSASOSP. Co-Presenters: Steinke, C. & McManus, D. (May 2015)

ACEs in Action: An exploration of trauma’s impact on programing and practice in education, juvenile justice, and child welfare. 4th Annual Hoosick Falls Central School District Professional Development. Hoosick Falls, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (May 2015)

ACEs In Action, Identifying and Responding to Trauma in Court Involved Youth. NYS Court Appointed Special Advocates, Annual Director’s Meeting. An introductory (90 min.) Training developed for NYS CASA Directors and Program Managers. (April 2015)

ACEs in Action: How implementing ACE informed practice can transform residential programming and culture. American Association of Children’s Residential Centers (AACRC) Annual Conference. Savannah, GA. Co-Presenters: Wallace, D. & Kennedy, T. (April 2015)

ACEs In Action. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Trauma and Response: A Capital District Symposium. Albany, NY. Presenter:  Wallace, D. (March 2015)

Who’s helping the helpers? Taking trauma informed care to the next level to support staff through their experiences of vicarious and first-hand trauma. NYS Court Appointed Special Advocates Statewide Symposium. Albany, NY. Presenter:  McManus, D. (2015)

2014

Panel Discussion: Practical applications for the ACE Study findings: Research into practice. 46th Annual NASW-NYC Addictions Institute. Fordham University, New York, NY. Anda, R., Wallace, D., Abramovitz, M., Spence, T. (June 2014)

Trauma, Mental Health, and Juvenile Justice. Rensselaer County Departments of Probation and Child and Family Services. An introductory (2 hour) cross training curriculum developed for Juvenile Probation and Child Welfare Staff. (June 2014)

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Applications in Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment. 46th Annual NASW-NYC Addictions Institute. Fordham University. New York, NY. Co-Presenters: Wallace, D. & Rivage, C. (June 2014)

The Connected Path: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adjudicated Youth. Hochsprung Center for the Promotion of Mental Health and School Safety, Spring Summit. Sage Graduate College, Albany, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (May 2014)

Trauma Informed Care: ACEs and Adolescent Sexual Aggression. 19th Annual NYSATSA / NYSASOSP Conference. Albany, NY. Co-Presenters: Wallace, D.McManus, D. (May 2014)

Beyond ACEs Theory: Transforming Policy, Programming, and Practice. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Trauma and Response: A Capital District Symposium. Albany, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (March 2014)

Adverse Childhood Experiences: An Exploration of Trauma’s Impact on Programming, Practice, and Culture in Child Welfare. Alliance for Strong Families and Communities Senior Leadership Conference. Savannah, GA. Presenter: Wallace, D. (February 2014)

2013

Trauma Informed Care: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adolescent Sexual Aggression. 32nd Annual National ATSA Research and Treatment Conference. Chicago, IL. Co-Presenters: Wallace, D. & McManus, D. (November 2013)

Adverse Childhood Experiences: An exploration of trauma’s impact on programming, practice, and policy for residential care. American Association of Children’s Residential Centers (AACRC) Annual Conference. New York, NY. Co-Presenters: Wallace, D. & Larkin, H. (April 2013)

Trauma Informed Care: Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs) and Adolescent Sexual Aggression. MASOC & MARSA Annual Joint Conference. Marlborough, MA. Co-Presenters: McManus, D. & Wilson, K. (2013)

2012

Trauma Informed Care: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adolescent Chemical Dependency Treatment. Annual ATPA/ NYADTCP Criminal Justice Conference. Brooklyn, NY. Co-Presenters: Wallace D., Steinke, C., & Rivage, C. (November 2012)

2008

Treating Trauma. State University of New York at Albany, Fall Field Institute. Albany, NY. Presenter: Wallace, D. (October 2008)