NYS Child Welfare/Child Protective Services Training Institute
With the goal of promoting safety, permanence, and well-being for New York State’s children, the New York State Child Welfare Training Institute (NYSCWTI) provides outcome-based training for child welfare workers, mandated reporters of child abuse and maltreatment, and also for prospective foster and adoptive families across the state.
Submissions from 2018
Reading to Children at an Early Age: The Emotional and Academic Impact on Later Development, Sherri M. Weber Ph.D.
Submissions from 2017
CRI Project Report: The Impact of Technology on Attachment and Social Skills, Ruth X. Guo Ph.D.
Multicultural Competence in the Supervisory Relationship: An Inclusive Model, Carmen M. McCallum LMSW, Ph.D. and Amy Wilson Ph.D.
Preparing Your Family for Emergencies: An Informational Tool for Parents Living in the State of New York, Jason D. Rivera M.P.A., Ph.D.
Submissions from 2016
Separation Trauma Nuggets, Warren L. Gleckel Ph.D. and Reva M. Fish Ph.D.
Social Services and Newcomer Families in NYS: Bridging Cultural Differences, Elizabeth Kuttesch and Mary C. Cummings M.A.
Advanced Training of Trainers: Inclusive Supervision, Amy Wilson Ph.D. and Carmen M. McCallum LMSW, Ph.D.
Submissions from 2015
Child Sex Trafficking: Not Just a Third World Problem, Melissa A. Menasco Ph.D.
A Lifebook: Facilitating the Creation of a Child’s Life Story, Sherri M. Weber Ph.D.
Understanding the Concept of Shame in the Chinese Culture, Jing Zhang Ph.D.
Submissions from 2014
Child Welfare Financing Structure: A Breakdown of the Major Federal Funding Stream, David A. Merchant Jr. and Theodore Byrley Ph.D.
How to Use Play as a Teaching Tool for Children with ASD, Kathy Ralabate Doody Ph.D.
Understanding Chinese Cultural Child-Rearing Attitudes and Practices, Jing Zhang Ph.D.
Submissions from 2013
Assessing for and Understanding the Impact of Hearing Loss in Children, Sally A. Arnold Ph.D.