Social Academic Activities such as Lecture, Workshop, and Social media activities
 

  1. Takaoka, K., as a member of Child First Japan. Children development & How to listen to children's disclosure, Kanagawa, Japan. (2017 Sep)
     
  2. Takaoka, K., as a member of Child First Japan. RIFCR, Kanagawa, Japan. (2017 Aug)
      
  3. Ito J., Asami, J., Takaoka, K., "Artificial Intelligence can dream something for social goodness",Tokyo, Japan. (2017 Aug)
     

  4. Takaoka, K.,   "AI x Big data can save children from child abuse" at Supporter's Unity, Tokyo, Japan. (2017 June)
     

  5. Takaoka, K., ”How can we make relationships with parents who are prone to deny support: Approaching method for them” Lecturer, Nara, Japan (2016, Nov)
     

  6. Takaoka, K., ”Best practice for child abuse and neglect cases: How you listen to children's story and hear parents' disclosure", Tokyo, Japan. (2016 Nov)
     

  7. Takaoka, K.,”Why responding to child abuse cases requires technology?", Liu Institute@Vancouver, Canada.(2016 Sep)
     

  8. Takaoka, K., "Child First Project on child abuse and neglect cases: Mobile App, Cloud-based Bayesian Network, and Animation based Infographics with SNS", International social network for psychiatric communities, University of British Columbia@Vancouver, Japan. (2016, Sep)
     

  9. Takaoka, K., ”Multi-Disciplinary Team in Japan”, Presenter, CARES institute@Pennsilvania, NJ.(2016 Aug 6th)
     

  10. Takaoka, K., ”How we can prevent from, recognize, and react responsibly to child abuse)” Presenter, Miyazaki, Japan.(2016, March 16th)
     

  11. Takaoka, K., "Overview of the supervision for child abuse cases in North America" Presenter, Supporter's unity. (2016 Jan)
     

  12. Takaoka, K., (2015, Sep) "Child First Project", Presenter, University of British Columbia Post-doctoral researcher's association.
     

  13. Yamada, F., Sugiyama, H., Komazaki, H., and @childfirsttan (Takaoka, K as a member of core planners)  (2015, May, 28th) Submit a letter of request about responding to missing children in Japan and 30,827 signatures to Hironari Seko  (Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary).
    Here is a brief report in Change.org

    Our project site in Change.org: ケアの必要な子どもを「無視」しないで!「所在不明」の子どもをもれなく確認できるシステムの設立を求めます

  14. Yamada, F., Sugiyama, H., and @childfirsttan (Takaoka, K as a member of core planners(2014,Nov,13th)Submit a letter of request about responding to missing children in Japan and 20,756 signatures to Yasuhisa Shiozaki (Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare).
    Here is a brief report in Change.org

    Our project site in Change.org:
    所在不明児童ゼロの社会を目指します!

     

  15. Takaoka, K. (2013). Learning from failure cases about outreach and multi-disciplinary team. Kanazawa, Japan. (2013-12-16).
     

  16. Takaoka, K. (2013). Training for all professional related to sexual assault and violence in University of Chiba. Chiba, Japan. (2013-08-21).
     

  17. Takaoka, K, & Child First Japan. (2013). Interview protocol about sexual abuse for children and mandatory report procedure “RIFCR”. Saitama, Japan. (2013-08-09).
     

  18. Takaoka, K. (2013). Outreach strategy for child abuse and neglect. Edogawa-Ku, Japan. (2013-07-04).
     

  19. Takaoka, K. (2013). Psychological assessment and support planning for mental handicapped children. Tokyo, Japan. (2013-06-18 & 2013-06-27).
     

  20. Takaoka, K. (2013). How all practitioners can interview children suspected of child abuse and neglect: Interview protocol.  Chiyoda-Ku, Japan. (2013-05-21).
     

  21. Takaoka, K. (2013). What will you do when you have parenting stress? Nishitokyo, Japan. (2013-05-18).
     

  22. Takaoka, K. (2013). School teachers’ mental health care. Chiba, Japan. (2013-05-15).
     

  23. Takaoka, K, & Child First Japan. (2013). Interview protocol about sexual abuse for children and mandatory report procedure “RIFCR”. Yokohama, Japan. (2013-04-07).
     

  24. Takaoka, K. (2013). A piece of puzzle for children’s’ safety: Hospital child protection team and multi-disciplinary team. Chiba, Japan. (2013-03-27).
     

  25. Takaoka, K. (2013). How we can deal with serious child abuse and neglect cases in hospitals: From multi-disciplinary team. University hospital at the University of Gunma, Maebashi, Japan. (2013-03-25).
     

  26. Takaoka, K., Niitsu, T., Uemura ,S.,Kono, A., & Shimizu, E. Mental health support 3 years after massive earthquake in East Japan: Let’s support each other in your community. Ichinoseki, Japan. (2013-03-12).
     

  27. Takaoka, K., Niitsu, T., Uemura, S., Kono, A., & Shimizu, E. (2013). Continual outreach support for earthquake victims and Tsunami evacuees from the coast 2 years after the massive earthquake in East Japan. Ichinoseki, Japan. (2013-03-11).
     

  28. Takaoka, K., Miyota, K., Kageyama, T., & Sakamoto, Y. (2013). Response to child sexual abuse. Tokyo, Japan. (2013-03-07).
     

  29. Takaoka, K. (2013). Multi-disciplinary team approach for child abuse and neglect cases. Koto-Ku, Japan. (2013-03-06).
     

  30. Takaoka, K. (2013). Gate keeper training course: How can we prevent suicide of child and adolescence? Chiba, Japan. (2013-03-04).
     

  31. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2013). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Tokyo, Japan. (2013-02-21-25).
     

  32. Takaoka, K. (2013). Aggressive outreach and cooperative multi-disciplinary team between nurseries, public health centres, child family support centres and child guidance centres at the University of Tokyo. Tokyo, Japan. (2013-02-15).
     

  33. Takaoka, K. (2013). How to deal with child sexual behavior: In order to suspect child sexual abuse. Osaka, Japan. (2013-01-21).
     

  34. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2013). Interview protocol about sexual abuse for children and mandatory report procedure “RIFCR”. Yokohama, Japan. (2013-01-27).
     

  35. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Interview protocol about sexual abuse for children and mandatory report procedure “RIFCR”. Tottori, Japan. (2012-12-16).
     

  36. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Yokohama, Japan. (2012-11-22-26).
     

  37. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Nagano, Japan. (2012-11-01-05).
     

  38. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Interview protocol about sexual abuse for children and mandatory report procedure “RIFCR”, Yokohama, Japan. (2012-10-28).
     

  39. Takaoka, K. (2012). Notice, Recognize, and Accept children’s SOS. Minato-Ku, Japan. (2012-10-17).
     

  40. Takaoka, K. (2012. How can we support child mental care? For general physician in Mie pref. Kuwana, Japan. (2012-10-04).
     

  41. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Miyazaki, Japan.  (2012-06-23-27).
     

  42. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Interview protocol about sexual abuse for children and mandatory report procedure “RIFCR”, Minamiuonuma, Japan. (2012-08-09).
     

  43. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Yokohama, Japan. (2012-02-21-25).
     

  44. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Yokohama, Japan. (2012-06-22-26).
     

  45. Takaoka, K., Niitsu, T., Kono, A., & Uemura, S. (2012).  Can we support our mental health by ourselves? Ichinoseki, Japan. (2012-06-19).
     

  46. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Interview protocol about sexual abuse for children and mandatory report procedure “RIFCR”. Yokohama, Japan. (2012-05-27).
     

  47. Takaoka, K. (2012). Why the media didn’t reveal the truth about child abuse? At media literacy conference#36. Tokyo, Japan. (2012-04-29).
     

  48. Niitsu, T., Takaoka, K. (2012). Report of disaster victim support in Ichinoseki. Ichinoseki, Japan. (2012-04-27).
     

  49. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2012). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Miyazaki, Japan. (2012-02-24-28).
     

  50. Takaoka, K., Mizogushi, F. (2012). First interview and forensic interview for child sexual abuse: For all child protection workers training. Adachi-Ku, Japan. (2012-02-01).
     

  51. Takaoka, K., Niitsu, T., Uemura, S., Kono, A., & Shimizu, E. (2011). Recognize and support: Second trauma after disaster. Ishinoseki, Japan. (2011-12-16).
     

  52. Shimizu, E., Niitsu, T., Uemura, S., Kono, A., & Takaoka, K. (2011). What is cognitive behavior therapy? Ichinoseki, Japan. (2011-12-15)
     

  53. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2011). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Nagasaki, Japan. (2011-11-25-29).
     

  54. Takaoka, K., Niitsu, T., Uemura, U., Kono, A., & Shimizu, E. (2011). Understanding and support for complicated grief and loss. Ichnioseki, Japan. (2011-11-18).
     

  55. Niitsu, T., Takaoka, K., Uemura, S., Kono, A., & Shimizu, E. (2011). Victims’ emotional distress after the massive earthquake and Tsunami. Ichinoseki, Japan. (2011-10-20).
     

  56. Takaoka, K., Niitsu, T., Uemura, S., Kono, A., & Shimizu, E. (2011). How can we support victims who tend to deny care: From all home outreach programs. Ichinoseki, Japan. (2011-09-27).
     

  57. Niitsu, T., Takaoka, K., Kono. A., Uemura, S., & Shimizu, E. (2011). Self care for mind and body. Ishinoseki, Japan. (2011-09-26).
     

  58. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2011). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Saitama, Japan.  (2011-10-27-31).
     

  59. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2011). Interview protocol about sexual abuse for children and mandatory report procedure “RIFCR”. Nagoya, Japan. (2011-09-01-06).
     

  60. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2010). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Miyazaki, Japan. (2010-08-07-11).
     

  61. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2010). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Yokohama, Japan. (From 2010-07-31 to 2010–08-04).
     

  62. Takaoka, K., & Child First Japan. (2010). Forensic Interview training course for 5 days. Saitama, Japan. (From 2010-04-29 to 2010-05-03).
     

  63. Takaoka, K., (2011). Community networking in child abuse and neglect. Setagaya-Ku, Japan. (2011-06-09).
     

  64. Takaoka, K. (2010). Parenting training program “Nobody’s perfect”. Kuwana, Japan. (2011-02-14).
     

  65. Takaoka, K. (2010).  Strategic outreach for aggressive and uncooperative parents in child abuse cases. Minato-Ku, Japan. (2010-01-25).

 

        

Social Academic Activities

 

  1. As a coauthor, Takaoka, K. (2014). Child sexual abuse prevention and intervention program guideline. Nanao-Fukushien, Tokyo, Japan.
     

  2. As a coauthor, Takaoka, K. (2014). Guideline for Child abuse and neglect. Koto-Ku, Tokyo, Japan.
     

  3. As a column writer, Takaoka, K. (2012). For prospective student, Graduate University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan.
     

  4. As a disaster care psychologist, Takaoka, K. (2011). Médecins Sans Frontières in Tohoku. Miyako, Japan. (From 2011-05-08 to 2011-06-09).
     

  5. As a column writer, Takaoka, K (2006). For prospective student, Meiji university, Tokyo, Japan.

Social Academic Activities

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