Thank you to all who attended the 2018 Conference. For general comments or concerns, including CEU questions, please contact TPPP.

Your feedback is appreciated! Please use the links below to submit feedback on the breakouts you attended.

If you registered for the pre-conference workshop with Advocates for Youth, the evaluation is available here and slides are available here.

To access slides and handouts that speakers have shared, go to the conference folder here.


2018 Conference Breakout Evaluation Links

For breakout descriptions, view the detailed agenda here


a.     Rewriting the Trauma Narrative: Opportunities for Individuals, Communities, and Systems, Nancy Spargo

b.     Expanding Teens’ Sexual Self-Efficacy: Sexchatting, Susan Stiritz

c.      So You Think You Need Stats? MOPHIMS: A New Health Data Platform, Whitney Coffey & Andrew Hunter

d.     PrEP 101, Dr. Katie Plax and Lawrence E. Hudson-Lewis, LCSW


A.    Building Resilience, Sara Evancho

B.    Sex Ed: More Than Just the Parts, Ashley Kuykendal

C.    Supporting Pregnant and Parenting Teens Through Quality Home Visiting, Kim Collins and Dallyda Tatchi-Banda, Parents as Teachers


A.    Building Braveness: Empathy Skills-Building as a Prevention Tool, Kelsey Saragnese

B.    Human Trafficking and Teen Sexual Health, Carmen Guynn

C.    STI Data, Craig Highfill

This program meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 6 AASECT CE Credits. These CE Credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification.

The Conference Planning Committee has also applied for Social Work Continuing Education Credits and Missouri Childcare Clock Hours. 

Thank you to our 2018 Conference Sponsors!


Justification Letter (A letter that explains the benefits of attending TPPP's conference, for conference attendees to submit to their supervisors)

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