REGISTER HERE!Date: November 19th, 2019
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 PM
Learning Level: Intermediate
Domains of Practice: Developmental Practice Methods
About this Event
A practical webinar on childhood sexual behaviour, including information about prevalence and risk factors. Participants will learn to differentiate concerning sexual behaviour from “normative”, less concerning behaviours. Participants will also explore specific ways of responding in residential and school settings. The presenter, Graham Watson, has 10 years of experience in the assessment and treatment of children with concerning sexualized behaviour.
Graham Watson, MSW, RSW is a clinical social worker in private practice in Peterborough, Ontario. He received his Masters’ degree in Social Work from the University of Toronto. Graham has 10 years’ experience specializing in the assessment and treatment of sexually harmful behaviour in children/youth. He has worked with and trained under world-renowned clinicians and researchers in the area of youth sexual violence. His professional interests and background include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Solution Focused Therapy and sexual health. Graham is the father of two boys.
Who Should Attend?
Child and youth care practitioners and supervisors who have front-line contact with children under 12 years old
Domain of Practice: Professionalism, Developmental Practice Methods
Knowledge Level: Intermediate – Participants will have some skill or knowledge of this topic
What can you expect from a CYC Assets Webinar?
CYC Assets’ webinars are designed to resemble a workshop; expect to participate in activities, ask questions and actively engage with your facilitator and others attending the webinar. Each webinar is approximately 2 hours in length.
Prior to the webinar date, you may be sent an email with any pre-course materials your facilitator would like you to review to prepare. Many webinars will have material available for download to refer to as you participate. During the webinar, you will use the chat feature to interact with other participants and the instructor. You do not need a web camera to participate in our webinars.
At the end of the webinar, you will be provided with a list of resources including web resources, articles, books, and client resources that were discussed or referred to during the webinar.
To receive a certificate of completion you will be required to complete and pass a knowledge assessment tool (KAT) that will be sent to you via the post-webinar survey.
You will have access to the facilitator for seven days, where you are able to email with any further questions you may have. We highly recommend you make every effort to attend the live webinar, however, if you are unable to attend, we’ll send you a link to the recording. When you purchase access to a webinar it is intended for your personal use only. If you are part of a group or organization requiring access for multiple participants, please contact CYC Assets for group pricing payment at email@example.com
CYC Assets was created to fill the gap in CYC professional development once you leave formal education and offers domain of practice-based webinar topics to help you build new skills, examine new research and methodologies, expand your knowledge in areas new to you, or to refresh your current skills. Continuing education is an ongoing process and essential to being a professional in this field. At CYC Assets we are committed to offering webinars, resources and other learning opportunities that are both cost and time effective.
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Cancellation and Refund Policy
Once your payment has been processed CYC Assets does not offer a refund. If you cannot attend the live webinar, we will provide a link to the recording.
If CYC Assets cancels a scheduled webinar for any reason the webinar will be rescheduled. If the webinar cannot be rescheduled your registration fee will be refunded in full.
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