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Children With Sexually Harmful Behaviour - Assessment and Intervention 

This course is designed for Social workers and clinical practitioners who are concerned with assessing risk and undertaking direct work with young males that have engaged in sexually aggressive, abusive or otherwise harmful behavior. 
 
Duration: 2 Days 
Trainers: Craig Barlow and Alec Love 
 
 
Aim 
To enable practitioners to understand and administer the Juvenile Sex Offender Assessment Protocol II and the Estimate of Risk of Adolescent Sex Offence Recidivism (Erasor) 2.0 in conjunction with the SIPPS Model. 
 
 
Objectives 
• Describe and discuss sexually harmful behaviour and challenges to the assessment process. 
• Establish theoretical models for explaining and describing sexually harmful behavior. 
• Update recent developments in law and policy and implications for assessments and recommendations. 
• Apply the Structured Professional Judgement and Scenario Building process to case work. 
 
DAY 1 
09:30 
Defining terms and using language 
Prevalence 
11:00 
Break 
11:20 
Sexually Harmful Behaviour myths and assumptions 
12:45 
Lunch 
13:30 
Forensic Histories and Relevance to Sexual Risk 
15:00 
Break 
15:20 
Opportunities and Contexts for Sexually Harmful and Abusive Aehaviour 
16:30 
Close 
 
DAY 2 
09:30 
Defining Terms and Using Language 
Sex Offender Behavior and Motivation Part 1 
11:00 
Break 
11:20 
Sex Offender Behaviour and Motivation Part 2 – Online Offenders 
12:45 
Lunch 
13:30 
Forensic Histories and Relevance to Sexual Risk 
15:00 
Break 
15:20 
Opportunities and Contexts for Sexual Violence 
16:30 
Close 
 
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