2018 Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference


CCC&Y Hosts the Annual Conference in the name of Child Abuse Prevention

Date: March 29, 2018

Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Location: Little America, Flagstaff, AZ

Follow the link here to view the full flyer and complete speaker descriptions for this year’s Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference! A quick summary is provided below:

CAP Registration Form and Payment


Conference Agenda:

Registration, Breakfast, and Welcome 8:00 – 8:30 (please allow time for registration and getting settled)

Opening 8:30 – 8:45

Keynote Presentation 8:45 – 9:40

  • Billy Mills
    • Footprints
    • Join us at Mr. Mills leads us to explore historical policy and beliefs and how those policies have lead us to where we stand today. Mr. Mills is an incredibly inspiring speaker who will leave us hope-filled, but also grounded in historical understanding that is too often forgotten.

Bridge Presentation 9:40 – 9:55

  • Dr. Frederick W. Gooding Jr
    • The Struggle is Real: Facts, not Fiction
    • A trained historian, Gooding most effectively analyzes contemporary mainstream media with a careful eye for persistent patterns along racial lines that appear benign but indeed have problematic historical roots.

Plenary Session 10:15 – 12:00

  • Lyna Munoz-Morris, MS, LPC, CFS,
    • Self Care for the Professional: Empowering Yourself and the Community
    • Lyna will explore how these themes support a Collective Impact Driven Trauma Informed, Historically and Generationally Minded Community.

Luncheon 12:00 – 2:00

  • Lunch
    • Mexicali Salad (Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options available!)
  • Blessings provided by Ms. Navajo
  • City and County Child Abuse Prevention Proclamations
  • Community Panel Discussion
  • Caring for Children Awards – Presentation of Honorees

Breakout Session 1 2:10 – 3:10 (Choose one)

  • Katherine Mommaerts, MSW, LCSW
    • Caring for Yourself Through Reflective Supervision
    • What is reflective supervision and how can I utilize it in my daily interactions? This workshop will review the various forms of supervision focusing on the use of reflective supervision and the importance of utilizing reflection in your daily practice. We will explore the impact reflection has not only on the self, but on others with whom we are directly interacting with.


  • Dr. Frederick W. Gooding Jr
    • Hip Hop Heals: Catharsis through Metamorphosis
    • When having difficulty out in the world, sometimes, taking a journey within can lead to better mental health. Believe it or not, Hip Hop is a dynamic vehicle that helps millions of people across the globe cope and provides them hope. Come learn three fundamental reasons why. After this session, you will NEVER hear Hip Hop the same way again!

Breakout Session 2 3:30 – 5:00 (Choose one)

  • Lisa Ciolli with an intro from Nevitta Mason, LAC
    • Childhelp Child Safety Curriculum Training
    • Childhelp’s “Speak Up Be Safe for Athletes” strives to give children and adults the awareness and skills to prevent abuse.  With this free program, adults such as teachers, coaches, parents and caregivers are presented information to identify signs of abuse and steps for action to quickly help children in their care.


  • Marc Tetzlaff, Homeland Security, and Stacey Sutherland, Training and Resources United to Stop Trafficking
    • Human Trafficking 101
    • As a member of the Flagstaff Initiative Against Trafficking (FIAT), CCC&Y is committed to raising awareness about this issue and its impact to our children and youth.  Knowledge and prevention are crucial to addressing this issue in our community.

Deadline to register: March 19, 2018

(Your choice to register early helps us out tremendously and assures your place – we expect to reach full capacity this year!)
Follow the link here to view the full flyer and complete speaker descriptions for this year’s Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference!

*We do have a small selection of need-based scholarships available for foster parents and those responsible for preventing or respond to abuse in our communities.

CAP Registration Form and Payment

Please visit Our Registration Page to register. Contact Virginia Watahomigie, CCC&Y executive director, at virginia@coconinokids.org with any questions you may have- thank you!!

2018 Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference February 20, 2018