Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training
Kid-Safe Workplace — "Red Flags" and Warning Signs in Adults
An informed staff is a safer staff. When you and your staff know what to watch out for in other adults, and are empowered to talk about it, everyone is safer.
You will learn:
- Current statistics on child sexual abuse including who abuses, how often it’s unreported and how often children tell the truth about abuse
- “Sexual Misconduct” and warning sign behaviors in adults
- Clear “red flag” behaviors
- Scripts and tips for talking to a co-worker about their concerning behavior
- General tips for creating a safer workplace
- This class is 45 minutes up to two hours, including Q and A
- Highly interactive, including one-on-one and small group discussions, case study evaluations, and practice using scripts
- Handouts, evaluations, certificates, and resources are part of the deal
- Advertising materials
As a child psychologist, Amy’s training is honestly some of the best professional development I have ever taken! This information was glaringly absent from my own professional training program and I feel so much better-equipped to handle the sexual behaviors that inevitably come up in my work with kids.
Kid-Safe Workplace — "Red Flags" & Warning Signs in Adults and Staff
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Sexual Behavior in Children & Teens
When to Really Worry
Know the different phases of child and teen sexual development, common and uncommon behaviors, and how to effectively talk to kids who are behaving this way.
Preschoolers, Private Parts & Playmates
Sexual Behavior in Young Children
When you know what kinds of behaviors are typical for this age group and how to talk to parents about it, everyone is safer.
Understanding the New World of Gender & Sexual Orientation
There are a lot of new ideas, terms, and information about gender and sexual orientation.
When staff understands this new language and perspective, it makes it easier for them to connect to LGBTQ kids, even if this information is new to them.
"Red Flags" and Warning Signs in Adults
An informed staff is a safer staff. When you and your staff know what to watch out for in other adults and are empowered to talk about it, everyone is safer.