New training opportunity - Engage the non-offending parent to support a child’s recovery
One of the most important factors in a child’s recovery from sexual abuse is having a supportive parent. But how do you start to understand the dynamics and impact of child sexual abuse on both the child victim and the non-offending parent? And how do you address the needs of the non-offending parent, who is often considered a secondary victim to the abuse?
Take the new course Considerations for Engaging the Non-Offending Parent.
Through a web-based training and a two-day interactive classroom session, you’ll:
- explore your personal reactions and attitudes surrounding the role of the non-offending parent,
- learn approaches and skills to uniquely engage non-offending parents in the initial stages after disclosure, and
- gain greater insight into the needs and strengths of non-offending parents.
And you’ll grow your ability to translate your understanding of the non-offending parent’s unique constellation of needs and strengths into your approach to engagement.
Learners receive 13 training credit hours for completing this hybrid course.