International Childhood Trauma Conference
Because of COVID-19, we have adjusted our plans to offer more to you
We now have two great opportunities for you
After careful consideration and in response to the continuing developments surrounding COVID-19, we have adapted our plans so that we can keep you safe and keep you learning and connecting to the best speakers around the world about trauma.
We have created two opportunities for you to join us in 2021 and 2022.
In 2021, we have organized our first International Childhood Trauma Online Symposium Program for 1-3 June 2021. Join us to hear some of your all-time favourite speakers and a number of new international experts in an innovative Online Symposium. All of our speakers will be presenting LIVE, interacting with you and answering your questions.
In 2022, you can be part of the rescheduled International Childhood Conference in person at the Melbourne Convention Centre. All the details of the conference stay the same. Our speakers are all confirmed and it still great value. By then, imagine how much we will want to see each other and the conference speakers in person.
Did you register for the 2020 conference?
Last year, we appreciated your loyalty
We received so many early bird registrations for the 2020 conference. Many of you have maintained your registration despite the need to delay. In response to your loyalty over 2020, we offered you additional benefits including:
- Free access to the complete video package from our 2014, 2016, 2018 conferences
- Free access to the 10 webinars we had held over 2020 with key international researchers, practitioners and authors including Dan Siegal, Dan Hughes and John Baylin, Christine Courtois, Judy Atkinson, Deb Dana and Gabor Mate
We have another special deal for you!
Your early bird registration will now transition to the 2022 Conference starting on 31 July 2022 at the Melbourne Convention Centre at no further cost.
In return for maintaining your registration into 2022 you will receive:
- FREE ACCESS to the 2021 Online Symposium on 1-3 June 2021 and the recordings available until 30 June 2022
- Continuing free access to recordings of our previous conferences and webinars held in 2020
- 12 months free membership of our new ONLINE LEARNING COMMUNITY which will launch at the Symposium in June.
This is a total of over $700 in additional value if you maintain registration.
If you have already registered and maintained your registration, you will receive an email from us explaining how everything will work or you can contact us below.
The Australian Childhood Foundation acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters across Australia in which we share. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and to the children who are leaders of tomorrow. We acknowledge the histories and living cultures and the many thousands of years in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have raised their children to be safe and strong. We recognise and accept it is the oldest continuous living culture in the world and that their sovereignty has never been ceded.