Enhancing Your Response to Cases Involving Children with Problematic Sexual Behaviors
Presented by: Jerri Sites, MA and Jimmy Widdifield Jr., LPC
The MDT approach and the CAC model are ideal vehicles for development and implementation of an integrated and comprehensive systems approach to cases involving children (age 12 and younger) with problematic sexual behaviors (PSB). Through case scenario activities and facilitated discussion, this course will provide guidance to enhance current practices, improve professional response, and promote positive outcomes for children with PSB, children impacted by the PSB, and their families.
Pre-work: Youth with Problematic Sexual Behaviors Video Training Series and read "Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior: Recommendations for the MDT and CAC Response".
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Annually, how many referrals of cases involving children (ages 12 and younger) with PSB are referred to your CAC?
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