What is the Bivona Child Abuse Summit?

The Bivona Child Abuse Summit is nationally recognized as the premier conference in the Northeast region. This cutting-edge multidisciplinary training is for social workers, law enforcement, prosecutors, mental health and medical professionals, school personnel, day care providers, the faith-based community and more. Workshops are being presented by national and local experts.

Held in conjunction with Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Bivona Child Abuse Summit is a multidisciplinary training conference for professionals who work with children. The Summit was created by Bivona Child Advocacy Center in recognition of the pressing need to build awareness and education about child abuse issues in our community.
PLEASE NOTE: Workshops are subject to change.

Who Should Attend?

The Bivona Child Abuse Summit offers workshop opportunities for a multidisciplinary team audience, as well as all professions that work with children and families. 

  • Law enforcement
  • Attorneys and judges
  • Mental health professionals
  • Medical community
  • Social workers
  • School personnel
  • Day-care providers
  • Faith-based community

Why Attend?

Over 20 speakers will provide cutting-edge research, practical experiences, and skill-building materials to help attendees learn new and best practices. Nearly 800 professionals from across the United States will have the opportunity to network and discuss collaborative practices, learn from one another, and focus on skill-building.