Assessment and Treatment of Children with Concerning Sexual Behaviour
Description: This training will provide an overview of the process and clinical strategies involved in conducting a comprehensive assessment of children demonstrating concerning sexual behaviours. An introduction to treatment issues will also be provided, inclusive of considerations in developing a treatment plan. Current best practices will be discussed and case examples will be used to illustrate strategies, generate discussion, and involve participants. Additionally, the roles of multiple systems/multidisciplinary professionals in assessment and treatment will be addressed. This training will involve both presentation and interactive, small-group discussion.
Who is this training for?
As this training is focused on assessment and treatment strategies, it is open to professionals currently involved in working with children in a clinical setting, and who already possess a general understanding of normative sexual development and concerning sexual behaviour in children.
Date: May 29, 2015
Time: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Location: Nipissing University
Additional details: Those interested in attending must register and as this training is restricted, acceptance will be indicated through a follow-up email. Those accepted to the training will receive directions and a schedule via the email provided during registration. Mid-morning and afternoon snacks as well as lunch are provided. The training is limited to 50 participants.
Registration for this workshop is now closed. We are no longer accepting applications.
Thank you to everyone who has applied.