ESTEEM Counseling Services

Nathalie D. Ellis, MA, LPC, JSOCC, CPCS

Working with Sexually Reactive and Traumatized Youth


This training is to provide individuals with information on how to identify sexually reactive and traumatized youth and ways to assess needs and seek treatment.


For more info contact Nathalie Ellis

Learning Objective:

*Understanding Sexually Reactive, Traumatized Youth
*Knowing Difference between healthy and unhealthy sexual development and behaviors
*Knowing effects of sexual abuse on overall development and behaviors
*Learn about interventions and treatment
*How to develop safety plans and establish house rules
*Ways for professionals to protect self from allegation 


Myths , Terminologies, Stages of Sexual Development,  Red Flags, When to Intervene, Factors that may Lead to Sexual Behavior Problems,  Effects of Sexual Abuse on Development, Promoting Healthy Sexuality, Prevention for Sexually Reactive Youth, Kinds Assessments, Types of Offenders,  Treatment Models and Interventions,  Types of Treatment, Treatment Process, How do we talk to Kids about Sex, Developing Safety Plans/House Rules, Teaching Youth about House Rules, Ways to Protect Self from Allegations

Who will benefit:

Mental Health Professionals (LPCS, LCSW, MD, PhD/PsyD), DFCS workers, DJJ Workers, Foster Parents, Parents, Guardians and Caregivers.



Thursdays:   March 22, 2018 and September 27, 2018


Sign-in at 8:30am-9:00am, 9am-4:30pm, Lunch break from 12:15-1:15pm with two 15 minute breaks at 10:45am



$165.00 per person

Payment Options:

Online at website or mail in payment


and other information


4290 Memorial Drive Suite B
Decatur, Georgia 30032

Additional Info:

Parking available, Morning snacks offered


Approved for 6 CORE contact hours of continuing education by Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia (LPCA CE Approval #6964-17M)

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For any questions, please write us at or call us on 678-732-7269

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