“Excellent presentation—should be on PBS!”
California Attorney General’s Office, Safe From the Start
Redwood City, California

“Excellent balance between the science, treatment, and assessment—a lot of new information for me on the impact of domestic violence on young children.”
Healthy Start Program Domestic Violence Training

“I shared your ‘teamwork’ from a sled dog perspective with a group of social workers and they got it that we all need to work together!”
Los Angeles, California

“Hearing that there’s something we can do is invaluable. There is hope!”
Philadelphia, PA

“Incredibly knowledgeable presenter with cutting edge science and stories how D.V. and alcohol affects teen development.”
Celebrating California’s Juvenile Centennial Conference
Hollywood, California

“Learning about the effects of lifetime abuse has opened the door for me to understand more about the multiple traumas of the clients I work with and how just being able to talk about it can make a difference.”
Mobile, Alabama

“I enjoyed Dr. Chamberlain’s affect and energy which helped me to absorb this information.”
Our Children, Our Families, Our Communities
Kotzebue, Alaska

“What you described about adolescent brain development explains so much—not only about the teens I work with, but how to communicate better with my own kids.”
Kansas City, MO

“Dr. Chamberlain was very good at explaining complex medical issues into language we could all understand.”
University of Hawai’i at Hilo

“Awesome! Crucial information on the effects of violence on children.”
Mendocino County Schools Whole Child Conference
Willits, California