Community Intervention & Educational Services Presents Best

Learning objectives:
 Understand the social and cultural context of sexual abuse.
 Effectively work with youth at risk using a strength based approach
 Risk management and facilitating risk reduction complete initial safety plans
 Motivate youth and reduce their resistance to change
 How to respond to adolescent sexual offending behavior
 Develop safety plans
 Teach self-intervention techniques to youth and family members
 Formulate and conduct a comprehensive evaluation who have sexually offended.
 Develop social support networks throughout the community
 Work holistically with youth who have sexually harmed
 Develop personal needs for self-care when working with this population
Date: September 13-18, 2015 (5 ½ day training)
Location: Winston-Salem, Forsyth County (Venue TBA)
Cost: $1,100 (Includes all textbooks and materials)
There is a $250 deposit due by June 15, 2015
Deadline: Tuition is due in full by August 10, 2015
Continued Education: Best Practices for Addressing Sexual Harm is an academic certificate
program. Continued education hours will be earned through Northwest Area Health
Education Center (AHEC).
Information: For more information, registration form and a full syllabus, click on
To register for this important program, contact April Thornton, at (336) 577-8455 or email
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