Who is the Travis County Child Protection Team?

Through a collaborative approach, the Travis County Child Protection Team (CPT) is dedicated to reducing the trauma for children during the investigation and prosecution of crimes committed against them.

The Child Protection Team is made up of the following organizations and agencies: Center for Child Protection, Department of Family and Protective Services, local law enforcement, Dell Children’s Medical

Who is the Travis County Child Protection Team?2018-10-03T10:25:04-05:00

Vegetable Gardening: An Experiential Therapy Method at the Center

The Center for Child Protection has developed several experiential therapy methods to help children heal from the trauma of abuse, and one of those methods is vegetable gardening. While gardening might not immediately spring to mind as a tool for healing child trauma, a therapeutic garden program can be a catalyst for significant intellectual,

Vegetable Gardening: An Experiential Therapy Method at the Center2018-09-24T15:03:09-05:00

Christopher Wohlers’ Story: A Tragedy That Sparked A Child Advocacy Movement

Christopher’s Chair by Damian Priour

In December 1989, two-year-old Christopher Wohlers was admitted to Brackenridge Hospital in Austin, Texas. He remained there for five days after being scalded in the bathtub by his mother’s boyfriend, who was later convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison for the

Christopher Wohlers’ Story: A Tragedy That Sparked A Child Advocacy Movement2018-10-03T10:19:14-05:00

2017 Center for Child Protection Board Officers Announced

The Center for Child Protection has announced newly elected leadership for its Board of Directors.  Tama Williamson will serve as President for the 2017-2018 term and is joined by Sam Butterworth as Vice President. Kristin Salyer will serve as Treasurer; and Dean Leipsner will serve as Secretary. These individuals support the work of the Center

2017 Center for Child Protection Board Officers Announced2017-11-09T12:34:20-05:00