NYSCWTI

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.

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Submissions from 2017

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CRI Project Report: The Impact of Technology on Attachment and Social Skills, Ruth X. Guo Ph.D.

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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

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Separation Trauma Nuggets, Warren L. Gleckel Ph.D. and Reva M. Fish Ph.D.

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Social Services and Newcomer Families in NYS: Bridging Cultural Differences, Elizabeth Kuttesch and Mary C. Cummings M.A.

Submissions from 2015

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Child Sex Trafficking: Not Just a Third World Problem, Melissa A. Menasco Ph.D.

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A Lifebook: Facilitating the Creation of a Child’s Life Story, Sherri M. Weber Ph.D.

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Understanding the Concept of Shame in the Chinese Culture, Jing Zhang Ph.D.

Submissions from 2014

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Child Welfare Financing Structure: A Breakdown of the Major Federal Funding Stream, David A. Merchant Jr. and Theodore Byrley Ph.D.

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How to Use Play as a Teaching Tool for Children with ASD, Kathy Ralabate Doody Ph.D.

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Understanding Chinese Cultural Child-Rearing Attitudes and Practices, Jing Zhang Ph.D.

Submissions from 2013

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Assessing for and Understanding the Impact of Hearing Loss in Children, Sally A. Arnold Ph.D.