MACA offers a variety of trainings to enhance the response to child abuse all across Massachusetts.
MACA's Annual conference for multidisciplinary professionals -
Healing, Hope and Justice: An Advanced Conversation
Healing, Hope and Justice: An Advanced Conversation - our annual statewide conference – brings experts from around the country to train on best practices and innovative responses to child sexual abuse and exploitation. We’ve trained over 2500 professionals – including police, prosecutors, Department of Children and Families, victim advocates, medical professionals and mental health providers.
Please save the date for MACA's 10th Annual statewide Conference on May 5, 2020
Recognizing and Responding to Child Abuse
MACA provides training for adults, including teachers, parents, youth serving professionals, and community members – click here for more information.
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) Learning Collaborative
In partnership with Nationally Certified TF-CBT Trainers, MACA is pleased to assist in training clinicians statewide in this evidence-based modality. The purpose of this initiative is to reduce the wait lists for children & adolescents seeking trauma-based mental health services and to connect Children Advocacy Centers with their local agencies and trained clinicians. If interested in future rounds of learning collaboratives for clinicians, please contact MACA at email@example.com
Please check back for future community trainings.
More trainings for professionals posted soon!
For more training resources check out the following resources:
For Northeast Regional CAC trainings and resources, visit: https://www.nrcac.org/
For a Midwest Regional CAC online trainings, visit: https://www.mrcac.org/
For a list of all NCAC trainings (in person and online) visit: http://www.nationalcac.org/training-opportunities/
For a list of all NCJTC / Fox Valley trainings, visit: https://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/
Training for mandated reporters
Online mandated reporter training and recertification training is available through the Middlesex Children's Advocacy Center. Find both trainings here.