Sexualized Behaviors in Children and Youth
May 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EDTFree
About This Webinar:
Child sexual abuse can be a very tough topic to discuss. However, it is very important when preparing families and professionals with strategies to keep kids safe and thriving during childhood and youth. In this webinar Dr. Shelley Martin, a child abuse pediatrician and US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, will review and explore normal, concerning and problematic sexualized behaviors that children may display. Additionally, various factors associated with children’s sexualized behaviors will be identified to assist clinicians in understanding appropriate assessment and disclosure processes involved when problematic symptoms are present.
- Recognize normal sexualized behavior in children & youth.
- Highlight and recognize concerning and problematic sexualized behaviors that children and youth may display.
- Understand appropriate assessment and disclosure processes when working with children and families on the topic of problematic sexualized behavior.
This event is hosted by the Family Development concentration area of the Military Families Learning Network.
The webinar is part of the “Sexualized Behaviors in Children and Youth” series, helping service providers become more informed on this important topic. We invite you to visit the series homepage!
Shelly Martin, M.D.
Lt Col, USAF, MC, Child Abuse Pediatrician
Lt Col Shelly Martin M.D, United States Air Force, is presently assigned at the San Antonio Military Medical Center, Ft Sam Houston, TX as a child maltreatment specialist. She is an experienced child abuse pediatrician and provides consultation for all forms of child abuse and neglect to all branches of the Armed Forces. Dr. Martin is an assistant professor of Pediatrics at Uniformed Services University for the Health Sciences.
Continuing Education (CE) Credit
MFLN will apply for 1.5 continuing education (CE) credits from the University of Texas at Austin – Steve Hicks School of Social Work.
This program has been submitted to the Commission for Case Manager Certification for approval to provide board certified case managers with 1.5 clock hours.
Certificates of completion are available for providers interested in documenting their training activities.
Event materials coming soon!