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Sexual Abuse

  • Participants will know the range of behaviors that are considered to be sexual abuse. 

  • Participants will know the physical, behavioral, and emotional indicators of sexual abuse. 

  • Participants will understand power dynamics and the implications for the offender and the non-offending parent. 

  • Participants will understand how offenders use deception, denial and manipulation to maintain power over others and avoid detection. 

  • Participants will understand their responsibilities to report abuse and assure medical evaluation. 

  • Participants will appreciate the importance of self-care and burnout prevention to help manage the pressures of sexual abuse cases.

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