Many children engage in sexual behaviors. Most of the time, this behavior falls into the “common” or “healthy” range. Sometimes, children engage in “concerning,” “problematic,” or “harmful” sexual behaviors. This is a sign that they are off-track developmentally and need their caretakers and possibly a professional to help them change their behaviors and get back on track. Learn user-friendly methods to identify if the behavior is common/concerning/harmful and tips to respond. This presentation is facilitated by CARES NW.
To register find the course listing on the ODHS Resource Parent Ongoing Training page.