Best Practices in MDT Responses to Cases of Juveniles Who Commit Sexual Offenses

Course Description

Using a case study, students learn effective strategies for investigating a case in which a child commits a sexual offense against another child. Utilizing current research, attendees will gain insight into evaluating the reasons a child commits sexual offenses, evidence based treatments for children with sexual behavior problems, and concrete guidelines for reunification of a child into a family in which a sibling has been assaulted.

Learning Objectives

1. Learn the latest research on the etiology or causes of children committing sexual offenses.

2. Learn evidence based treatment options for juveniles with sexual behavior problems.

3. Learn concrete action steps to take before reuniting a child offender against a child victim when the abuse happened within a family.

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