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“Integrated community practice: Addressing the realities of social work education and practice in the 21st Century.” Presented at Montana State Chapter of NASW annual conference, Fairmont Hotsprings, MT: October 12, 2001.

“Skipping school in Montana: Post-secondary education and welfare reform.” Presented at Women’s Studies Brownbag Series, University of Montana, Missoula, MT: April 24, 2001.

“From Leave it to Beaver to Grace Under Fire: Rethinking families at the end of the 20th century.” Presented at NASW Conference, Kalispell, MT: March 1998.

“The intersection of meanings in practice on multidisciplinary teams.” Presented at the American Anthropological Association 96th Meeting, Washington, DC, November 1997.

“Child sexual abuse and the multidisciplinary team approach in Montana.” Presented at the  Women’s Studies Program Brown Bag series, University of Montana, Missoula, MT, September 1997.

“Child sexual abuse and the multidisciplinary team approach in Montana.” Presented at the Missoula County NASW Conference, Missoula, MT, April 1997.

“The use of parent-child meetings during child sexual abuse investigations.” Presented at NASW Conference, Park City, UT, April 1994.

“Allegations of child sexual abuse and the assessment process.” Presented at National Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers Conference, Boston, MA, and October 1993.

“False allegations of child sexual abuse: Frequency rates, causes, and precautions for the helping profession.” Presented at the Children At Risk Conference, Eastern Montana College, Billings, MT, April 1993.

“Research findings on false allegations of child sexual abuse: Combining current knowledge with decision-making.” Presented at the State Conference for County Attorneys, Billings, MT, February 1993.

“Guilt and shame: Implications for culturally-sensitive sex offender treatment with Native Americans.” Presented at Northwest Conference on Sex Offenders, Coeur d’Alene, ID, April 1991.

“Cultural relativity and sex abuse: Implications of Anglo and Native American cultural differences for sexual abuse treatment.” Presented at National Conference on Rural Social Work, Fredonia, NY, August 1990.

TRAINING WORKSHOPS

“Evaluating community needs and assets,” Montana State Americorp Vista Program, May 18, Aug 6-7, 2008.

“Missoula neighborhood training series – Community building,” City of Missoula, Missoula, Montana, April 26, 2008.

“Community-based participatory research.” Conducted for Office of Civic Engagement, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT, February 7, 2004.

“Multidisciplinary team building.” Conducted for Child Evaluation Center, Great Falls, MT., April 22, 2003.

“Child protection teams in Montana.” Conducted for the Department of Public Health and Human Services, June, 2001, Helena, MT; September, 2001, Miles City and Billings.

“A model for critical practice.” Conducted for the 4th Annual Family Support and Child Abuse Prevention Conference, Billings, MT, March 1998.

MONOGRAPHS and REPORTS

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