Understanding & Responding to Sexual Behaviors of Childre…

This new class will increase participants knowledge and skills to identify “developmentally expected” sexual behaviors of children and youth and distinguish developmentally expected behaviors from those that might be inappropriate, coercive, abusive, or illegal. Small group discussions give participants an opportunity to apply their new knowledge about how to assess and respond to these behaviors in ways that model good communication, empathy, and accountability. These responses can help build protective factors in children so that their risks to be victimized or to perpetrate sexual abuse can be by: Child Advocacy Center, Enough Abuse CampaignFacilitator: Christine Miller Contact Adoption STAR at 866-691-3300 or via email at info@adoptionstar.com for more information.