Date(s) - 11/12/2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
This interactive training uses a video module and facilitator-led discussion to cover how healthy affection and touch are protective from child sexual abuse especially with parents, caregivers, and family members. During the training, you will hear compelling stories from experts and survivors about being an active bystander. You will also:
receive some guidelines for healthy touch at home and in youth-serving settings.
learn how to balance children’s needs for warmth and affection with safe, respectful ways of interacting.
learn about healthy sexual development in children so we can identify normal and abnormal touching behaviors.
Please join us via Zoom for this FREE online training!