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PSB-CY: Clinical Assessment and Treatment Overview Courses

Topic: PSB-CY: Clinical Assessment and Treatment Overview Courses

Hosted By: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Date/Time: Wednesday, November 23, 2022, at 8:00am ChST

Description: The Problematic Sexual Behavior of Children and Youth (PSB-CY): Clinical Assessment and Treatment Overview courses provide professional development for clinically assessing, responding to, and treating PSB-CY. These courses were created from evidence-based best practices and focus on youth between the ages of 9 and 14 with problematic sexual behaviors (PSB). 
Ages 9-14 are the typical age groups most commonly seen on military installations. Adjustments to the approaches described throughout this course series would need to be made for children younger than, or adolescents older than, this prescribed range. Remember that these courses are designed to always ensure you are approaching youth using developmental, cognitive, and age-appropriate language. The information presented may also be useful for nonmilitary families and their children.
Please Note: Child, children, and youth will be used interchangeably to describe this age range (9-14). Additionally, caregivers are usually, but not always family members (e.g. parents or guardians).

Location: virtual

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Probation Drop in Calls: Building Community and Creating Survivor Centered Responses

Topic: Probation Drop in Calls: Building Community and Creating Survivor Centered Responses

Hosted By: National Criminal Justince Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College

Date/Time: Wednesday, November 23, 2022 at 5:00am - 6:00am ChST

Description: Are you a probation officer working with domestic violence cases? Wondering how to enhance survivor safety, collaborate with victim advocates and your Coordinated Community Response Team as a probation officer? Want to build community with probation officers across the country doing similar work? Join a Drop-In Call! The National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College and the Center for Court Innovation are hosting these calls to help break down the isolation of this complex work and build community. Drop-in calls are designed for all probation officers handling domestic violence cases to support one another in centering survivor safety in our work. Attend each call or simply join when it's convenient for you. Bring your challenges to troubleshoot and workshop ideas with your peers. Share strategies and celebrate your successes.

Location: virtual

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