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Helping Families Change Conference

Helping Families Change Conference
Location:
The Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza
Start:
Wednesday, 13th February 2013
Finish:
Friday, 15th February 2013

California State University Northridge, in association with the University of South Carolina, Oregon Research Institute, and the Triple P Research Network, is very proud to announce the 15th Annual Helping Families Change Conference to be held at The Omni Los Angeles Hotel, California Plaza from 13 – 15 February 2013. The theme of the 2013 HFCC is "Every family: Enhancing outcomes for vulnerable children, families, and communities".

The HFCC offers presentations, symposia, and workshops across a broad range of domains, including:

  • Issues, strategies, and innovations related to parenting and family interventions
  • Working with high-risk families
  • Cultural diversity and the role of technology in parenting and family interventions
  • The public health approach to parenting interventions
  • The future of the family

The Helping Families Change Conference is a leading international evidence-based scientific conference event. The conference is of interest to practitioners, policy makers, and researchers working with families in the health, education, and welfare sectors, and to graduate students with an interest in child and family issues. Those attending will be presented with state-of-the-art knowledge, contribute to debate, and engage in hands-on practice with leaders in the field of family intervention.

The event will be supplemented by an exciting social program that will enable delegates to grow their international networks and experience the best that Southern California has to offer.

Further details will be provided in coming weeks through the official conference website, www.helpingfamilieschange.com, with information including registration and keynote speaker details.

 

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