Intervention for child victims of sexual assault (CBI-VSA) Intervention for child victims of sexual assault (CBI-VSA)
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Intervention for child victims of sexual assault (CBI-VSA)

Description

Even today, one in five girls and one in ten boys are sexually assaulted before the age of 18. Young victims of sexual assault need support and guidance once they disclose their situation. The professionals who work with them therefore play a key role in their resilience. By increasing their knowledge of the multiple consequences of sexual assault and becoming familiar with the various components of cognitive-behavioural intervention with young sexual-assault victims, professionals will be better equipped to offer support and interventions adapted to their needs.

Objectifs

Familiarize caseworkers with the various components of cognitive-behavioural intervention (CBI) for working with young victims of sexual assault (SA).

By the end of the training, learners will be able to:

  • Recognize the multiple consequences of sexual assault;
  • Develop a profile of the young sexual-assault victim;
  • Distinguish the different components of CBI;
  • Identify and rank the components to be prioritized according to the profile of the youth and his or her family.
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