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Innovative Use of the MDT in the Investigation, Assessment and Intervention of Juvenile Offenders


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This webinar recording is intended for professionals working with multidisciplinary teams.
This FREE webinar is intended for professionals working with multidisciplinary teams on issues related to juvenile sex offenders.
Mr. Powers will review types of juvenile sex offenders and suggest a consistent approach in dealing with them — from investigation through ongoing treatment. He will emphasize the multidisciplinary approach as a solution to solving the unique problems these cases bring to the system.
Dynamics of juvenile sex offenders will be presented, including the myths commonly accepted by professionals. Mr. Powers will discuss theories of etiology, examine the roles of professionals, and suggest how a standardized approach can benefit professionals, offenders and affected families.

Dan Powers, LCSW is a clinical social worker and currently serves as Senior Vice President and Clinical Director for Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County in Plano, Texas. Dan has made numerous presentations at major national and regional conferences on the sexual victimization of children, sex offenders, and the multidisciplinary response to child abuse. He is best known for his spirited presentations on wellness and survival for child abuse professionals. He is a member of the Texas Children’s Justice Act Task Force.

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