Child Maltreatment

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Talking about child maltreatment can be difficult, but we know that with proper education you can feel confident reporting if you suspect child maltreatment. This training course will go over types of maltreatment, what it looks like, steps for reporting, and coping mechanisms for professionals who make a report.

Course Information

Talking about child maltreatment can be a difficult discussion to have, but at First 3 Years we know that when given the proper education, providers can feel confident reporting in the unfortunate event they suspect child maltreatment.

This training course will go over:

  • the different types of maltreatment
  • what it looks like
  • the steps for reporting
  • as well as some coping mechanisms for professionals who make a report.

Throughout the training course we will review case studies to give providers situational examples, and time to reflect on how they would respond.

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