Welcome to the 2017 Child Abuse Prevention and Safety Conference webpage!
Below you will find information regarding registration, conference location, CEU's, and travel scholarships.

Can't find an answer to your question? Send us an email at preventchildabusenevada@unlv.edu.


Location & Time

Complete your registration here

Standard Rate $40

Breakfast and Lunch will be included
Payment can be completed via credit card or check. Click here or go below to see the agenda.

Henderson Convention Center
200 South Water Street
Henderson, NV 89015

7:30AM to 8:30AM Registration 8:30AM to 5:00PM Conference
Download our flyer here

Continuing Education Credits

Travel Scholarships

CUp to 7 continuing education credits are anticipated to be offered for the following

  • Nevada Board of Examiners for Social Workers
  • Nevada Board of Examiners for MFTs/LPCs
  • Nevada Board of Examiners for Nursing
  • Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners
  • Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education
  • Nevada Registry
  • POST (Peace Officers Standard Training)

  • A limited number of travel scholarships are available. If you are interested in attending the conference and need travel assistance, please email preventchildabusenevada@unlv.edu with your name, agency (if applicable), and a brief explanation of your need.

    Join us after the conference for a
    Paint & Wine wellness event!

    Decompress from an intensive day of discovery by
    painting a pinwheel with a glass a wine.

    The cost is $35 and includes canvas, paint and instructor.

    Paint event begins immediately after the conference and will be located in the main plenary room at the Henderson Convention Center.

    Register by clicking here and scrolling to June 8th.


    Thank you to our wonderful sponsors!

    Session Time

    Sessions & Presenter

    C7:30AM-8:30AM Registration & Breakfast
    88:30AM-9:00AM Welcome & Updates from the 2017 Nevada Legislative Session
    9:00AM-10:50AM Opening Plenary: Paying Dividens with Prevention: Overlapping Health Behaviors (and how Prevention Efforts with One Could Impact the Other)
    Dr. Jason Kilmer, University of Washington
    11:00AM-11:50AM Option 1: Supporting Children Exposed to Relationship Violence in the Home
    Judy Henderson
    Option 2: Understanding Diverse Groups: LGBTQ and Disability Communities
    Natalie Nelson, M.A.
    12:00PM-2:20PM Lunch Plenary
    Paper Tigers screening & Panel Discussion
    Stacey Sly, M.S., Ashley E. Greenwald, Ph.D., BCBA-D & Moderator: Joseph Morgan, PhD
    2:30AM-3:20PM Option 1: Reducing Stress from Secondary Trauma: Using Mindfulness Skills
    Charlie Rebich
    Option 2: Risks of Child Abuse and Human Trafficking
    Kelly Stout, M.A.
    3:30PM-4:20PM Option 1: Using Mindfulness & Emotional Intelligence to Work with Families Experiencing Trauma, Loss, and Grief
    Charlie Rebich
    Option 2: Home Visiting
    Evelyn Dryer


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    Amanda Haboush-Deloye: Director of Programs- PCA Nevada

    Tara Phebus: Interim Executive Director, NICRP