Training

In-Person and Online Training/Resources

The Regional CACs provide training and support for state chapters, children’s advocacy centers, and multidisciplinary team professionals working on child abuse cases throughout the country. The Regionals provide live training, virtual training, peer forums, and self-paced learning opportunities. Please click on your region to see local offerings or the National Training/forums for opportunities open to professionals across the country.


Don’t see a training you need? Contact your region about customized training.

Northeast Region: Contact Katelyn Waltimyer
Midwest Region: Contact Kia Kehrer
Southern Region: Contact Meredith Wilkes
Western Region: Contact Kelsey Roberts

*Trainings with an asterisk (*) are regional trainings: normally these trainings are only open to attendees within the regions, but if more space is available the training may be opened to CACs nationally.

In-Person Training

Trainings with an asterisk (*) are regional trainings: normally these trainings are only open to attendees within the regions, but if more space is available the training may be opened to CACs nationally.

Northeast Regional
  • Leadership, Exchange and Coaching Project (LEC)
  • Team Facilitator 2.0*
  • Introduction to Team Facilitation
  • Multidisciplinary Team Training*
  • Vicarious Trauma and Building Resiliency for Child Abuse Professionals*
  • NCAC Basic Forensic Interviewer Training*
  • NCAC Advanced Forensic Interview Training*
  • Team Talk Podcast
  • The Advocate’s Role in the Multidisciplinary Response to Child Abuse
Southern Regional
  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • TF-CBT: Advanced Topics*
  • Facilitative Leadership Learning Collaborative*
Western Regional

Training Available by Request

Don’t see a training you need? Contact your region about customized training.

Northeast Region: Contact Katelyn Waltimyer

Southern Region: Visit their website

Western Region: Contact Kelsey Roberts

Online Training and Resources

Midwest Regional
Northeast Regional
Southern Regional
Western Regional
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