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Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Child Abuse and Neglect (Haruv USA and TCC)

October 13, 2023

Friday, October 13, 2023

Tulsa Community College, Southeast Campus, 9100 Chat Room, Building 9 (10300 East 81st Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133)

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Presenters’ bios

Michael A Baxter, DO, DPH is an Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, OU-TU SCHOOL OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE, TULSA, OK. He received his Doctor of Osteopathy from Oklahoma State University. Dr. Baxter completed his Pediatric Residency with the Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma in Tulsa as well as doing his Fellowship in Child Abuse Pediatrics. Currently, Dr. Baxter is Program Director for the Child Abuse Fellowship and Medical Director of the Children’s Advocacy Center. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Pediatrics, a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics section on child abuse and neglect. He received the Crimson Apple Teaching Award during his residency and was a finalist for the OU Aesculapion. Dr, Baxter is board certified in General Pediatrics and Child Abuse Pediatrics.

Jonathan Kratz, LCSW is an Assistant Clinical Professor in Tulsa. Jonathan is a licensed clinical social worker with extensive experience serving Spanish speaking populations in forensic, school-based, and outpatient mental health settings. Jonathan is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT).

Learners will receive a pre-workshop preparation packet via email that provides an overview of the course, slides, and additional resources and information that will be helpful in their learning.

Ashleigh Kraft, LPC-S, IMH-E®  provides training and consultation in the areas of infant mental health, non-profit leadership, and trauma-informed care.  The major areas of focus in her professional experiences have included working with survivors of domestic violence, child maltreatment, and interpersonal trauma.  She is trained to provide Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Circle of Security and Reflective Supervision/Consultation, and is endorsed as an Infant Mental Health Mentor, Clinical.  She is a state-wide trainer for CPP in Oklahoma and is endorsed through Zero to Three as a certified state trainer for DC: 0-5.  Ashleigh is passionate about the power of relationships, supporting professional growth of therapists, and the importance of early relationships.

Leslie Clingenpeel, MSSL, CDSVRP is an activist and advocate for victims of human trafficking and domestic violence. Serving as the Executive Director at The Spring Shelter, in Sand Springs, Oklahoma — Leslie is responsible for leading the organization as well as for training and capacity building of service providers across the state of Oklahoma.  Leslie is committed to establishing and expanding resources which offer victim-centered services and trauma-informed programs. Mrs. Clingenpeel has worked in collaboration with the Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center through the Office for Victims of Crime to bring training and awareness across the state. She also built and launched a Training Catalogue & Speakers Bureau at The Spring and works as a consultant to outside agencies to help establish and develop Human Trafficking responses within their organizational