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2nd Annual ACEs Conference on Trauma Informed Care

“How to implement ACEs information into your individual practice, program and agency culture.”


Presented by the Schoharie County ACEs Team in cooperation with
SUNY Cobleskill’s Early Childhood and Psychology Department

Thursday, October 5
9am - 12pm
(registration begins at 8:30 am)

Bouck Ballroom
107 Schenectady Ave., Cobleskill, NY

Free and Open to the Public

Please register online at ptac-stic.com or call 607.724.2111


Guest Speaker: David Wallace ’93

David WallaceDavid Wallace, LCSW-R, is currently the Associate Executive Director for Program Development at LaSalle School in Albany, NY; a provider of residential and out-patient programming for youth and families with complex psychiatric, behavioral, medical, and educational needs. With over 20 years of experience in child welfare, juvenile justice, and mental health, Mr. Wallace holds a Master’s degree in Social Work and is a nationally recognized expert in caring for youth and families who have experienced complex trauma and sexual abuse.

Beyond his clinical experience, Mr. Wallace is an active trainer and consultant and has been invited to speak to audiences throughout the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, on the topics of childhood adversity, residential care best practices, trauma informed clinical practice, and public health policy. Mr. Wallace also held an Adjunct Faculty position at the Sage Graduate School for nearly a decade and continues to serve in an advisory capacity for ongoing curriculum development, specific to trauma informed juvenile justice practices.

His insights on trauma informed care and the effective treatment of court involved youth have been featured in several articles published by the Schenectady Gazette, New York Nonprofit Press, ACEs Too High, and Time Warner News.


David Wallace attended SUNY Cobleskill from 1991-1993.
He was a Liberal Arts student and transferred to Binghamton University.