Clinical Decision Making in Cases of Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior
April 10, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Description: Children with problematic sexual behavior (PSB) are defined as youth ages 12 and younger who engage in behaviors involving sexual body parts (i.e., genitals, anus, buttocks, or breasts) that are developmentally inappropriate or potentially harmful to themselves (Chaffin et al., 2008). This presentation is designed for mental health professionals and will aim to increase participants’ understanding of clinical decision making among children with PSB and other co-occurring symptoms and diagnoses. We will focus on treatment decision making with a particular focus on prioritization of treatment needs among children presenting with co-occurring symptoms. Participants will be provided with information on treatment components from PSB-CBT designed to reduce or eliminate PSB in children and how these strategies can be effectively utilized within the context of therapy.
- Learn about evidence-based treatment components from PSB-CBT designed to reduce or eliminate PSB in children.
- Understand treatment decision making through utilization of standardized instruments to assess co-occurring symptoms.
- Learn about the timing of treatment elements, decision making around prioritizing treatment components, and how to apply this in the clinic environment.
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