Sexting: Flirting or Felony

Course Description

Social media is not going away. As social media adapts and changes, young people are either creating the adaptations or adapting right along with it. Professionals can face a steep learning curve as they attempt to respond to new risks in the lives of the young people they serve. This presentation provides tools to help professionals get on the front end of the problem before they are faced head on with challenging mental health or criminal scenarios around youth sending and receiving sexual material. The presentation will detail the risks children are facing and provide case studies, tools, and best practices for professionals working to respond.

Learning Objectives

1. Describe compliant victimization as it relates to social media behavior.

2. Recognize the connection between coercive relationships and sending of sexual online content.

3. Critique the various legal responses to teen’s problematic online behavior while identifying best practice responses.

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