Assessment of Problematic Sexual Behavior in Children: What, When, and How
March 13, 2018 @ 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Description: This webinar will address the clinical assessment of children referred due to concerns about sexual behavior. Focus of the webinar will be on best practices for clinical assessment of children with concerning sexual behavior to inform treatment planning. Areas addressed include methods and topics when interviewing caregivers and children about sexual behaviors, structured assessment tools that can be used to supplement interview information that is gathered, additional information important to obtain that will help to inform clinical decision making, and tools to educate and intervene with families as needed in the moment.
- Learn about recommended structures for an assessment of children when there are concerns about sexual behavior.
- Learn suggested interview topics and approaches with children and their caregivers when assessing concerning sexual behaviors.
- Learn about standardized measures that can be used in the assessment of children when there are concerns about sexual behavior.
You can view the YouTube recording of this webinar here.
You can access the PowerPoint slides for this presentation here.
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