A self-paced 6-week 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.
This is a 6-week, self-paced online training. Each week will begin with a narrated Power Point presentation. In addition, there will be videos, readings, written assignments, and interaction in a weekly online discussion.
A URL along with instructions for accessing the learning platform will be provided a few days before the course launches.
Includes the following:
- History of S/O legislation in the United States
- Legal and psychological parameters of sexual offenses
- S/O myths and misconceptions
- Adult and juvenile S/O typologies
- Administration and analysis of S/O assessments.
- Treatment planning
- Best practices and clinical interventions
By the end of training participants will be able to:
- Discuss the historical development of sex offender legislation
- Identify what constitutes a Sexual Offense
- Review Adult and Juvenile Sex Offense Typologies
- Review and discuss misconceptions about Sex Offenders
- Articulate the purpose of Sex Offender Risk Assessments
- Identify types of Sex Offender Risk Assessments
- Administer & Analyze Sex Offender Risk Assessments
- Learn to conduct a Psycho-sexual Assessment
- Develop a Treatment Plan
- Learn best practices for Sex Offender Treatment