By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name four areas of denial among adolescent sex offenders.
-Discuss sexually reactive behaviors found in youth.
-Identify three ways of measuring recidivism.
-Discuss juvenile sexual crime rates.
-Name two risk factors of sexual abuse.
-Describe aggression in juvenile offenders.
-Name tools used for understanding deviant sexual arousal and cognitive distortions.
-Name five considerations in assessing juvenile offenders.
-Name tools for preventing sexual revictimization.
-Describe family-based treatments for serious juvenile offenders.
-Name factors for placing sexually offending youth.
-Discuss shame in juvenile offenders.
-Name ways in helping parents set boundaries.
-Discuss parents' understanding of the juvenile dependency system.
-Name the seven types of adolescent offender identified by O'Brien and Bera.
-Name eight family issues that should be assessed and addressed during family therapy with a juvenile sex offender that Straus identifies.
-Explain why is it clinically indicated to report sibling sexual abuse to child protection services.
-Explain what was described as a major obstacle.
-Explain when did Carol make the transition to sex offender.
-Name the first step in understanding how the "social environment" influences the ontogeny of male sexuality.
-Explain the politically motivated stance which denies that men (non-rapists and rapists) have evolved sexual preferences.
-Explain what does Pynoos points out regarding the evolution of the startle reflex.
-Name the number one problem in child psychiatry.
-Explain the flaw in Thornhill's argument number six stating, "Rather than a sexually motivated act, rape is a form of "social control" because it is used as a form of punishment in some societies."
-Explain what do new studies indicate regarding a popular expression, "violence begets violence."
-Explain an important part of his work with male violence.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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