Thank you for another successful year!  We hope that you enjoyed yourself at the 2013 Western Regional Tapestry Conference!

Slippery Rock University will be issuing your CEU’s.  You should expect those in the mail over the next few weeks.  You will also receive a certificate for attending the conference via email from The Bair Foundation within the next 2 weeks.  

We look forward to seeing you again next year!
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Amy Swigart M.S.D.A.P.A.

Butler County Juvenile Court Services and Juvenile Court Judges Commission of Pennsylvania
Trainer/Instructor for Commission
Butler, PA

Amy Swigart is a  probation officer with Butler County Juvenile Court Services and contracts with several agencies as a Behavioral Specialist Consultant and Therapist. Amy is an instructor for the Juvenile Court Judges Commission of Pennsylvania and Author writing a guide book for law enforcement dealing with individuals on the spectrum, how to interview, understand unique behaviors, responses, and creating interview environment. Amy has over 27 years of experience in the Juvenile Justice System in Ohio and Pennsylvania and has worked simultaneously in the mental health field. Under the Judicial system Amy has experience as a Child Sexual Abuse Investigator, Adoption Specialist, Probation Officer and Chief Probation Officer. In the mental health field, Amy is a Behavioral Specialist, Mobile Therapist and consultant dealing with youth on the spectrum, severe mental health diagnosis, and youth diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder. While in Ohio, Amy was a foster parent for nine years working with hard to place teen-age girls with emotional and mental health issues. Amy created, developed and wrote grants for eight programs to meet the needs of youth in Harrison County, Ohio. The programs were successful she contracted with six other counties and develop programs to meet the needs of their youth. Amy has worked independently for law enforcement agencies in Ohio interviewing rape victims and victims of severe domestic violence. Amy’s diverse background in both the Juvenile Justice and Mental Health fields gives her a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw from.