1171d – Webinar – Child Sexual Behavior: Dispelling the Myths
(November 2017) This presentation is designed to support parents and other caregivers of young children and school-aged children (ages 3 to 12) who have problematic sexual behaviors. The goal of this presentation is to provide information regarding typical and atypical sexual development, the etiology of sexual behavior problems, the various types of sexual behavior problems, and an overview of evidence-based interventions and recommendations for addressing sexual behavior problems. My hope is that parents will leave the presentation feeling empowered with information for how to effectively address sexual behavior problems and support their child.
Jennifer Gallagher Lindh, PhD, LP is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in working with children and families. She has received extensive training in evidence-based interventions for children and adolescents, including treatment models that have been specifically tailored for foster and adoptive families. After graduating with her degree, Dr. Lindh completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University with an emphasis in Early Childhood. She currently works in private practice and provides individual and family therapy services as well as consultation and training for other professionals and community-based groups.
Watch time: 72 minutes
Eligible Certificate of Completion time: 75 minutes