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Poly-victimization: Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of Victimization with Sherry Hamby and Heather Turner

Training Summary

  Far too many children are exposed to abuse, violence, and crime. A new emphasis on what is being called “poly-victimization” can help professionals identify the most endangered children and youth, provide the most appropriate interventions, and protect them from additional harm. Poly-victimization refers to the experience of multiple victimizations of different kinds (for example, sexual abuse, physical abuse, bullying, witnessing family violence, and exposure to community violence). This EduNet Webinar provides participants with information on the latest research on the prevalence, characteristic, and effects of poly- victimization on children and adolescents.

Midwest Regional CAC is proud to offer Continuing Education Credits all EduNet Webinars.

  Learning Objectives:
 
  • Explain the importance of assessment and treatment of poly-victimization

  • Discuss the implications for practitioners

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Hosted By:
Midwest Regional Children's Advocacy Center

Type of Training:
Webinar

Date:
January 2014

Category:
Child Advocacy and Protection

Topic:
Child Abuse and Neglect

Keywords:
Child Abuse, Violence, Poly-victimization, Endangered Children, Youth, Sexual Abuse, Physical Abuse, Witness Family Violence, Bullying, Community Violence


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