Understanding & Responding to Young People’s Sexualized Behaviours

December 5, 2019 - December 5, 2019


JAR 17 Keen St. Lismore, New South Wales 2480

Understanding & Responding to Young People’s Sexualized Behaviours

  • What is normal sexual behaviour in children
  • Types of problematic sexual behaviour
  • Reasons behind problematic sexual behaviour
  • Responding to sexual behaviours
  • Integrating needs of others
  • Setting healthy boundaries
  • Ensuring children continue to receive positive touch
  • Reasons behind soiling and wetting in children
  • Strategies for strengthening mind and body connections
  • Strategies for increasing safety, reducing shame and building self-efficacy

The facilitator is Trent Savill from Complex Care. Trent has over 12 years of experience working with complex and high-risk young people in the child-protection system. He provides consultancy to the Department of Communities (Child Safety) and the non-government sector through intensive in-home therapy to children and families, training to carers and professionals, and coordination of residential care programs.


Trent’s primary role now involves consulting with the Department and other agencies around their most complex cases and delivering training around the provision of therapeutic care (Understanding and Responding to Complex Trauma and Attachment).


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