Cynthia Lockhart Mummery Annual Conferences
Every year, CAPC holds a conference focused on an area of child abuse prevention, presented by experts in the content area.
The conferences are open to to anyone who wants to get a more in-depth education on the topic, as well a tools to respond.
The conference is named after Cynthia Lockhart Mummery, LMFT, a long time clinical director at Tulare Youth Service Bureau and CAPC member who was an advocate for abused and neglected children for 18 years. Cynthia was the heart of the Tulare Youth Bureau until her death in 2002. A member of the Tulare County Child Abuse Prevention Council, she was instrumental in bringing quality child sexual abuse treatment to Tulare County in the 1980s.
14th Annual Cynthia Lockhart Mummery Conference:
"Building Violence-Free Schools and Communities"
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at the Visalia Convention Center
Tulare County CAPC is proud to provide this ONE DAY conference on "Building Violence Free Schools & Communities" featuring 3 nationally know speakers with first hand experience and expertise in the field of violence prevention. Dr. Melissa Reeves (Columbine, CO shooting) Scarlett Lewis (Parent of a child lost in Sandy Hook shooting) and Clayton Douglas (former student who planned a shooting) will provide us with critical knowledge and skills in violence prevention.
Contact Tulare County Child Abuse Prevention Council to sponsor or for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 559-735-0456.
Resources from Past Conferences
10th CLM Conference 2015
Keynote speaker Carol Redding spoke about adverse childhood experiences, the ACE study, and her own experiences. Other speakers included Galen Stewart of The Lisa Project, Alma Borjas of Family Services of Tulare County, Guillard Swissegood, professor at COS, and Tulare County Deputy Sheriff Mike Boudreaux.
9th CLM Conference 2014
Speakers included survivor Diane Cisneros of Runaway Girl, Human Trafficking expert Sandra Morgan of Vanguard University Center for Global Justice, GraceCity App creator Chris Sambaugh of The Grace Network, and San Diego Deputy Sheriff Rick Castro.