This training is for Mental Health providers that meet the prerequisites listed below.
This training has been approved for CEU's by the Idaho Board Of Licensing
This training is designed for mental health professionals who previously completed training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF- CBT) and will aim to increase participants’ understanding of PSB in children. Assessment and treatment decision making with a particular focus on prioritization of treatment needs among children presenting with co-occurring symptoms will also be discussed. Finally, participants will be provided with information on implementing TF-CBT for preschool and school age children with PSB designed to reduce or eliminate traumatic stress symptoms and PSB. Case vignettes will be used to increase participant’s knowledge and understanding of applying this information to their clinical practice.
Clinicians applying to participate in advanced training on implementation of TF-CBT for children with PSB must meet the following training requirements:
With Preteen Children Displaying Problematic Sexual Behavior". This will be sent to you after you have completed registration.
You will receive the required reading material once you have submitted certification of completion for the online TF-CBT training, and the MRCAC video services. Documentation can be emailed to email@example.com and must be received by September 1, 2018.
This training is sponsored by WRCAC and INCAC.
This free 1/2 day training is for any MDT partners that investigate child abuse.
In this presentation, Dr. Ben Sigel will discuss what is typical versus problematic sexual behavior in children. Dr. Sigel will help attendees be able to differentiate between common misconceptions regarding children with problematic sexual behavior and explain what is supported by research.
Learn what is typical versus problematic sexual behavior in children.
Be able to differentiate between common misconceptions regarding children with problematic sexual behavior and what is supported by research.
Be to identify research supported components of treatment for children with problematic sexual behavior