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Lectures Held in 2019

Cory Shulman and Iris Zadok’s visit

March 7-8, 2019

Event Description: multiple lectures at OU, ORU and agencies in the community:

“Navigating Autism Spectrum Disorders in the 21st Century” – Cory Shulman

“Trauma in early childhood: talking with young children about trauma.” – Iris Zadok

“The presence and absence of fathers in the treatment of young children exposed to domestic violence” – Iris Zadok

Number of participants: 300

Location: OU-Tulsa, ORU, Parent Child Center, OU-Norman



Children-at-Risk: One Day Training at the Romemu Jewish School, Manhattan

November 15, 2019

Goal: To familiarize teachers with the subject of children at risk, the signs for identification and detection, and mandatory reporting. A further goal – to strengthen the bonds between the Haruv Institute and the Diaspora.

Target Population: School teachers and administrators

Number of Sessions: 1

Number of Participants: 10

Location: New York



Lecture about ACE’s at CAN

January 16, 2019

Event Description: Lecture about ACE’s by Julie Miller-Cribbs

Number of participants: 12

location: Child Abuse network

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