Henry, C. Stanczyk, A., Carnochan, S., Taylor, S., & Austin, M. Child Welfare Practice with Caregivers’ Who Misuse Substances: Understanding Caregiver Needs and Child Welfare Responses Through Qualitative Data Mining. Accepted for Presentation at the International Conference on Practice Research, Hong Kong,
Henry, C. Constructing Maltreatment: Use of Existing Child Welfare Statutes to Construe Child Exposure to Domestic Violence As Abuse and Neglect. Accepted for Presentation at the Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Henry, C. (2016, August). Defining Maltreatment in Practice: How Child Welfare Workers Respond to Allegations of Child Exposure to Domestic Violence. Presented at the International Society for the Prevention of Abuse & Neglect International Congress on Abuse & Neglect, Calgary, Canada
Henry, C. (2015, October). Child Exposure to Different Types of Domestic Violence: One Urban Child Welfare Agency’s Response. Presented at the Safe Horizons Domestic Violence Conference on Domestic Violence, New York, NY.
Henry, C. (2015, September). Child Exposure to Domestic Violence as Child Maltreatment: One U.S. Urban Child Welfare Agency’s Response. Presented at the European Conference on Domestic Violence, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Henry, C., Freitag, R., Bogie, A., & Healy, T. (2015, January). Impact of Child Exposure to Domestic Violence on Initial Removal Decisions in Child Welfare Services. Presented at the Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Henry, C. & Carnochan, S., Clancy, T., Uldricks, J. & Austin, M. (2014, June). Qualitative Data-Mining in Child Welfare: An Agency-University Partnership to Better Understand and Enhance Practice. Presented at the International Conference on Practice Research, New York, NY.
Henry, C. (2014, May). The Social Construction of Child Exposure to Domestic Violence as Maltreatment: An Examination of California Law. Presented at the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, Center for Research on Social Change, University of California, Berkeley.
Henry, C. (2013, November). Using Clinical Data-Mining Techniques To Better Understand Child Welfare: A Case Study. Presented at the Council for Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Dallas, TX.
Henry, C. (2012, November). Three Worlds of Child Well-Being: Constructing a Child-Centered Welfare State Analysis. Presented at the Council for Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Washington, DC.
Henry, C. (2012, September). Protecting Children Exposed to Domestic Violence: Legislative Strategies from the U.S. State of California. Presented at the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, Istanbul, Turkey.
Henry, C. (2012, July). Victims In Their Own Right: Legislative Responses to Child Exposure to Domestic Violence in California. Presented at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Henry, C. (2011, October). Child Exposure to Domestic Violence. Presented at Building Futures for Women and Children Domestic Violence Training Series, San Leandro, CA.
Needell, B., Cuccaro-Alamin, S. & Henry, C. (2004, January). Adoption and Foster Care Analysis System: Benefits and Challenges. Presented at the Strengthening Data Use and Analysis in Class Action Litigation Conference, Chapin Hall Center for Children, Chicago, IL.
Henry, C. Piccus, W., & Webster, D. (2004, October). An Introduction to the UC Berkeley’s DataDude. Presented at the California Annie E. Casey Family-to-Family Convening: Data & Self Evaluation, San Francisco, CA.