Developmental perspectives in understanding problematic sexual behaviour in children & young people…

There’s not much I like more than really good quality free stuff!

This webinar from NEARI Press is exactly that. It’s quality and it’s free.

The speaker in this video is Dr Robert Kinscherff who co-wrote an excellent booklet of the same name.

The focus of this presentation is something I believe in very passionately…

Developmental perspectives…

I’ve written on this before. If we are ever to help troubled young people achieve lasting recovery we must consider their development. A key aspect being attachment.

Unless we understand something about the causes of their behavioural problems, we’ll be limited in our efforts to help. Dealing with symptoms alone won’t cut it.

“A developmentally informed response to the goal of eliminating problematic sexual behaviour would probably not involve a circular offense cycle metaphor at all, but rather a more linear life narrative in which key events are put in chronological order and examined for whatever explanatory value they may have.” Kinscherff & Latham, 2012

Working with HSB/SHB?…

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  • Buy the book that Dr Kinscherff co-wrote with Dr Craig Latham – click the image opposite…
  • NOTA is the professional affiliate organisation for professionals working in HSB in the UK
  • ATSA & ANZATSA are the NOTA sister organisations in North America and Australasia respectively…

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