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Call for Presenters

The Children’s Healing Institute invites you to share your skills and experience with an audience of over 300 parents, professionals and volunteers who are involved in the care and welfare of children and families, including social workers, nurses, law enforcement, Guardian Ad Litems, attorneys, and teachers.

We are accepting submissions for presentations/workshops on topics relevant to the health, safety and well-being of children and families (education, practice, research, etc.) for the Turn on the Light National Conference on the Wellbeing of Children and Families.

Submit your proposal now for the 2024 conference!


Areas of Interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Behavioral and Mental Health

  • Approaches to Healing

  • Nutrition and Physical Health

  • Child Development

  • Social Media

  • Infant Mental Health

  • Parenting

  • Homelessness

  • Marriage & Family Issues

  • Grief and Loss

  • Hospitalized Children/Child Life

  • Play Therapy/Expressive Therapies

  • Substance Abuse

  • Domestic Violence

  • Legal Issues/Family Law

  • Crimes against Children

  • Chronically Ill Children

  • Eastern Approaches in Therapy (Reiki, Yoga, Cranial Massage, etc.)

  • Reaching Underserved Populations

  • Trauma

  • Post Partum Depression

  • School Violence

  • Dealing with Difficult Clients

Submissions for 2024 now open!

Previous Workshops Include

    EMDR and Trauma Resolution
    Missing and Exploited Children
    Immigration Law
    Change, Loss and Grief in the Life of a Child
    Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Anxiety and Depression in Adolescents
    Helping Kids Explore and Understand Grief
    Human Trafficking
    Youth Bullying Epidemic
    Post Partum Depression
    The Interplay between Trauma and Eating Disorders
    The Impact of Media on Youth Violence
    Building Relationships through Music
    The Mind of a Gang Member
    Understanding Autism and Intervention

    Abuse through the Child’s Eye
    Managing Aggression in School
    Treating Traumatized Children
    The Many Faces of Homelessness
    The How and Why of Play Therapy
    Domestic Violence and the Impact on Children
    Motivational Interviewing: Engaging Resistant Clients
    Developmental Psychophysiology of an Infant’s Brain
    Navigating Domestic Violence and Child Abuse  

    Issues in Family Court
    Family Constellations
    Shedding Light on Teen Dating Violence
    Building Resilient Young Children

    Addiction in the 21st Century   


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