JOINING FORCES: Working with Non-offending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Cases

This workshop is intended for interviewers, police officers, CPS workers, probation officers, attorneys, judges, social workers, therapists and anyone else dealing with abused children and their non-offending parents. It will review types of non-offending parents and suggest a consistent approach in dealing with them from investigation through on-going treatment. Your actions can “make or break it” for the next professional dealing with the parent. We will discuss the range of emotions professionals may feel as well as the “do’s and don’ts” of dealing with non-offending parents, emphasizing the need for a collaborative, consistent approach when dealing with them.

This workshop is given by our Monday opening keynote Dan Powers. Click here to read Dan Powers’ biography and keynote workshop description titled “It’s Not Easy Being Green, or Doing THIS for a Living…Wellness/Survival and the Multi Disciplinary Team Approach to Child Abuse!”.

Don’t miss out on these wonderful sessions by Dan Powers. Register today for Prevent Child Abuse Utah‘s 25th Annual Joining Forces Conference on Child Abuse and Family Violence. It’s less than a month away!

Click here for a full conference agenda. We look forward to seeing you!

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2 thoughts on “JOINING FORCES: Working with Non-offending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Cases

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