A Safer Family. A Safer World How to Talk to Parents about Child Sexual Abuse

Date of Publication
March, 2016

In this training you will learn strategies to talk to parents and caregivers and about a new prevention resource developed by a local CSAP. Many parents already know the basic facts and want more information about how to protect their children. The topics include: healthy sexual development, teaching consent and boundaries, challenging society's messages, watching for signs of abusers, and how to respond if a child has been sexually abused.

Learning Objectives
  • Participants will learn how to translate the research in child sexual abuse prevention into talking points for parents.
  • Participants will gain skills in teaching parents/caregivers how to discuss prevention topics with children, increase their supervision, and improve their response to sexual abuse.
  • Participants will learn about existing resources including a new booklet and presentation designed for parent education, both in individual and group settings.


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