Problematic Sexual Behaviors (Advanced Parenting Workshop)
When children in care demonstrate a sexual behavior, it can be difficult for resource parents to understand. This Advanced Parenting Workshop addresses problematic sexual behavior in children in care. Several family studies are presented and, with the help of Dr. Silovsky and the teaching assistant, participants learn how to determine whether a child's sexual behavior is problematic and how to respond to a child's sexual behavior.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
understand child and adolescent sexual development
identify problematic sexual behaviors
identify where a child's behavior falls on the continuum of sexual behaviors
know how to respond to a child's sexual behaviors
know how to support a child who demonstrates problematic sexual behaviors
identify myths and facts related to problematic sexual behavior
6 credit hours, $30.00 per person.
Requires discussion board participation.
This Advanced Parenting Workshop helps parents understand:
child and adolescent sexual development
the continuum of sexual behaviors from typical to problematic
how to respond to a child's sexual behaviors
how to help a child who demonstrates problematic sexual behaviors