Clinical Assessment of Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior: An Overview
February 13, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Description: This webinar will address clinical assessment of children referred due to concerns about sexual behavior. Clinical assessments to inform intervention and treatment planning will be the focus and will address examining the behavior, level of concern and safety, areas of clinical concern and strengths, trauma history and impact, ecological factors, and treatment needs. Importance of case by case assessment for decision making, developmentally appropriate approach, and temporal factors impacting assessment will be reviewed.
- Learn about use of clinical assessment for decision making for youth when there is concerns about sexual behavior.
- Learn about topic areas important to address in clinical assessment.
- Learn about developmentally appropriate considerations when conducting clinical assessments with children when there is concern 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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