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MFLN Family Development Sexual Behavior in Children & Youth (SBCY) Series So Far

Jason M Jowers ·
The MFLN Family Development Sexual Behavior in Children & Youth (SBCY) Series is still ongoing through 2021 and throughout 2022! As we continue our conversation on age-appropriate sexual development of youth and working with children and youth exhibiting problematic sexual behavior (PSB), our upcoming SBCY webinars will focus on lots of great topics. A list of all upcoming topics and webinars is available on the SBCY series homepage . Each of these informative and interactive webinars...
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Assessing and Treating Problematic Sexual Behavior of Children & Youth| An Intro to OneOp FD’s PSB-CY Courses

Jason M Jowers ·
The OneOp Family Development team's Sexual Behavior of Children & Youth Series began in 2019 with our Anchored podcast episode, “ A Discussion with Dr. Gregory Leskin about Problematic Sexual Behavior in Children and Youth .” Since then, we have hosted 13 amazing webinars featuring top presenters and professionals in the field of assessing and treating problematic sexual behavior of children and youth. Many of our presenters also work directly with military families on bases and...
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What to Expect from the OneOp PSB-CY Clinical Assessment and Treatment Overview Courses

Jason M Jowers ·
Our Problematic Sexual Behavior in Children and Youth (PSB-CY) Overview Course Series has officially launched! To access the courses, go to our OneOp PSB-CY Overview Courses page and click on the purple Course Enrollment button. These four asynchronous courses mark the next phase of programming in our OneOp Sexual Behavior of Children and Youth Series . With this recent launch, we at OneOp Family Development wanted to give our participants a preview of what they can expect to learn within...

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