Symptoms and Treatment Considerations for a Group of 70 Children Abused in a Presumed Child Pornography Ring
Total CE Credit Hours: 1.5
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/102304
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About the Course:
During the last three years, I have been treating and supervising the treatment of a cohort of 70 children who have been abused in an organized methodology through a network of abusers with access to their schools. It has been hard to interrupt the abuse and diagnose the difficulties of the children as many of them present with developmental disorders as their abuse may start at a very young age and the professionals evaluating them presume they are developmentally delayed. However, over time a picture has emerged of extreme abuse, likely with the creation of child pornography one of the motives. This presentation will discuss the treatment challenges and rewards of working with this unique group of youngsters.
October 14th, 2018
Joyanna Silberg PhD
About the Author:
Joyanna Silberg, Ph.D.is the Coordinator of Trauma Disorders Services for children adolescents of Sheppard Pratt Health System. Dr. Silberg is internationally known as a pioneering expert in the study of dissociative disorders and complex trauma in children and adolescents. She has edited and authored many works on these topics, including her classic book, The Dissociative Child. Her psychotherapy practice specializes in children and adolescents suffering from posttraumatic and dissociative symptoms and disorders. Her forensic practice specializes in child sexual abuse. She is Executive Vice President of the Leadership Council on Child Abuse and Interpersonal Violence.
Differentiate between the presentation of early abuse and developmental disabilities.
Discuss how to achieve mastery in play re-enactments to counter posttraumatic play.
Describe how to deal with parts that may be perpetrator introjects and continuing to command the child towards misbehaviors.
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