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Ethical Boundaries: Treating Childhood Sexual Trauma
Childhood Sexual Trauma continuing education psychology CEUs

Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes
Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, Psychologist CEs, MFT CEUs

By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name three forms of dissociation a sexually abused child may experience.
-Name five secondary consequences of sexual abuse.
-Explain the experiences similar to a flashback, often surface during sex and are experienced by survivors of physical sexual abuse.
-Name three techniques you might consider utilizing, if your client is experiencing panic attacks, body objectification, chronic fatigue and minor illnesses.
-Explain the types of information might be used in the Family Motto exercise with your client who is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse.
-Explain what can be used to facilitate the "Dialoguing with Your Body" exercise.
-Name two visualizations you might use to facilitate releasing painful emotions, depending upon the client's belief system, frame of reference, and life history.
-Name three skills that de-escalate a volatile session.
-Explain the term used to describe a client's projecting two dramatically different perceptions of the therapist.
-Name two ways of modeling an appropriate anger response, in working with your survivor of childhood sexual trauma.
-Explain steps one might use to prepare for a guided visualization.
-Explain the common concept in the narrow and broad definitions of countertransference.
-Name one technique you might use to assist the client in exposing the wound and re-experiencing the trauma.
-Name two techniques you could use to help your client externalize pain.
-Explain what did Stuart's study find, most other studies have reported pedophiles to be physically harmless individuals.
-Explain what did Appelbaum attribute Andy's hyperactivity to.
-Explain the defense mechanism that break between the head and the body (the head is not attached to the body) according to Kaufman may graphically represent development.
-Explain why did Freud change certain case studies to portray incest fantasies as opposed to actual incest.
-Name the three factors upon which ego weakness depends.
-Explain the characteristics do the parent of an abused child exhibit.
-Explain how is the traumatic sequelae of childhood sexual abuse thus described by Sullivan.
-Explain how do fractured experiences become frozen or encapsulated.
-Explain the result after your client completes his or her own cluster and writing a word sketch.
-Explain Freud's ideas on the concept of negation in relation to repression.
-Explain why do parents from a minority culture often have further reasons for wanting to maintain strict discipline enforced through physical punishment.
-Explain why can memories of the trauma have no verbal explicit component at all.
-Explain the key sources for a multiaxial assessment of information regarding child abuse.

"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."


CEU Continuing Education for
Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, Psychology CEUs, MFT CEUs

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