A self-paced 8-module trauma training followed by a final multiple choice assessment

Outline and Objectives

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the foundations of sex offender assessment and treatment.

Course Content

Includes the following:

  1. History of S/O legislation in the United States
  2. Legal and psychological parameters of sexual offenses
  3. S/O myths and misconceptions
  4. Adult and juvenile S/O typologies
  5. Administration and analysis of S/O assessments.
  6. Treatment planning
  7. Best practices and clinical interventions
Learning Objectives

By the end of training participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss the historical development of sex offender legislation
  2. Identify what constitutes a Sexual Offense
  3. Review Adult and Juvenile Sex Offense Typologies
  4. Review and discuss misconceptions about Sex Offenders
  5. Articulate the purpose of Sex Offender Risk Assessments
  6. Identify types of Sex Offender Risk Assessments
  7. Administer & Analyze Sex Offender Risk Assessments
  8. Learn to conduct a Psycho-sexual Assessment
  9. Develop a Treatment Plan
  10. Learn best practices for Sex Offender Treatment

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