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Episode 5 - Youth with Problematic Sexual Behaviors

NRCAC Team Talk

Release Date: 08/08/2019

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CACs and MDTs often encounter cases involving a child who acts out against another child. While the CAC model is well-suited to respond to these cases, teams struggle to develop programs to effectively identify and respond to Youth with Problematic Sexual Behaviors. Leslie Slingsby of Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center sat down with us to discuss her work in developing YPSB programs.

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CACs and MDTs often encounter cases involving a child who acts out against another child. While the CAC model is well-suited to respond to these cases, teams struggle to develop programs to effectively identify and respond to Youth with Problematic Sexual Behaviors. Leslie Slingsby of Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center sat down with us to discuss her work in developing YPSB programs.

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Leslie Slingsby, LSW is the Executive Director of Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center in Montgomery County, PA. She was also the founding director of the Bucks County Children's Advocacy Center. lslingsby@missionkidscac.org

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Mentioned in this episode:

NRCAC's Youth with Problematic Sexual Behaviors Conference

National Children's Alliance resources on YPSB

National Center on the Sexual Behavior of Youth

University of Oklahoma's Center on Child Abuse and Neglect

Mission Kids - Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

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Visit the NRCAC Website for resources, training opportunities, and more!

Have an idea for a future Team Talk guest or topic? We want to hear from you! Email your suggestions to Tony DeVincenzo at tony@nrcac.org.

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Disclaimer: This project was sponsored by NRCAC from Grant Award Number 2016-CI-FX-K003 and CFDA #16.758 awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Department of Justice. This project was sponsored by NRCAC from Grant Award Number 2016-CI-FX-K003 and CFDA #16.758 awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Department of Justice.