Child Sexual Abuse: A Public Health Perspective Symposium
Our 2016 symposium highlighted the unique experiences of families dealing with child sexual abuse. International and national experts in the field of child sexual abuse prevention presented their latest research findings as they pertain to the family impact of child sexual abuse. Our panel discussion included the perspectives of mothers of children who are victims and with problem sexual behaviors.
Special Guest Speaker
Ms. Jennifer Bleyer, senior editor and writer for Psychology Today, presented her recent work on child sexual abuse prevention and moderated our panel discussion. Click here for the schedule of speakers.
Watch videos from the 2016 symposium
Lunch and Learn
Ryan Shields, assistant scientist at the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse, presented the latest findings in our Help Wanted study and took questions from the audience.
Child Maltreatment Poster Session
Posters featured research by graduate and undergraduate students.