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2017-04-20 Webinar Register
Whole Child Webinar: Sexual Abuse and Sexual Behaviors: Facilitating Healing while Ensuring Safety in the Home
Sorry, your location could not be determined.During this webinar Whole Child Initiative’s Training Director Lauren Strickland, LCSW, PIP, will offer resources to:
- Help diminish fears related to parenting a child with a history of sexual abuse and/or who demonstrates sexual behaviors
- Provide you with insight into various ways children respond to sexual abuse
- Equip you with strategies and responses that promote safety and help children heal and thrive in their homes