Problematic Sexual Behaviors
2 hours, no cost
Sexual exploration and touch is a natural part of a child’s development and is an information gathering process as they grow and mature. There is a continuum of sexualized behaviors in children, from natural/healthy to problematic. This presentation will teach the dynamics of problematic sexualized behaviors (PSB), break down the myths and misconceptions, and identify how to best work with kids and families. Parents and professionals working with youth are encouraged to attend this training.
This training meets the criteria for two CEUs for Mental Health Professionals.
Parents, Child Care Providers, Case Managers, Law Enforcement, Prosecutors, Mental Health Professionals, Youth Serving Organizations and School Professionals. Any responsible adult who cares about the protection of children.
This training will be provided at no cost. Registration is required. Please see our Training & Events Page for upcoming scheduled trainings at the Child Advocacy Center