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Practice Self-Regulation™ a Trauma-Informed Approach for Adolescent Sexual Health

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Presenter:  Joann Schladale
Date: Tues. April 11, 2017
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Host: Craig Latham
Technical Advisor: Tim Griffith

Description: Practice Self-Regulation™ is a federally funded trauma-informed approach for adolescent sexual health and well-being. It is the first study integrating sexual health promotion with sexual violence prevention through a trauma-informed therapeutic intervention to prevent sexual harm, STI’s, HIV, and teen pregnancy. It is being evaluated through two random controlled studies of adolescents aged 14-19. One study integrates the promotion of sexual health into psychotherapy with youth, while the other blends e-learning through eight web-based sessions supported by four meetings with a program facilitator. The T.O.P.* Workbook for Sexual Health provides the cornerstone for this federally funded “innovative practice” and learning to practice self-regulation is the central unifying element of the intervention.

You can access the PowerPoint slides from this presentation here.

You can access the YouTube recording of the webinar here.

You can access the resources Joann mentioned in her presentation here (coming soon).

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