Training opportunity: Considerations for Engaging the Non-Offending Parent
When it comes to child sexual abuse (CSA), having a supportive parent is one of the most important factors in a child’s recovery. In order to help facilitate recovery, it is important to understand the dynamics and impact of CSA on the child victim and the non-offending parent, along with the needs of the non-offending parent, who is often considered a secondary victim to the abuse.
This two-day course will explore our personal reactions and attitudes surrounding the role of the non-offending parent, as well as approaches and skills that enable caseworkers to effectively engage with non-offending parents in the initial stages after disclosure. Caseworkers will leave with greater insight about the needs and strengths of the non-offending parent, as well as the ability to translate this understanding in their approach to engagement.
The training will be held on June 28-29, 2017 in Denver.
Learners will receive 13 training credit hours for completing this course.
Please visit www.coloradocwts.com >Find A Class>Inservice Classes >Explore Courses & Register>Considerations for Engaging the Non-Offending Parent >and register today!