CSAYC - Clinical Credential
The Clinical Credential program is for practitioners who have worked at least one year with youth and have a Master's degree or higher. Applicants are awarded the Credentialed Sexually Abusive Youth Clinician (CSAYC) certification upon successful completion of the curriculum training and field instruction experience. Applicants receive advanced training (didactic and experiential) specific to youth with sexual behavior problems and their families in a number of areas. The credential program requires the completion of a field instruction experience at the clinician's work site or an alternative site.
One of the following must be completed.
a. TF-CBT online course - to be paid separately from our training fee. https://tfcbt2.musc.edu/
b. EMDR Certificate consisting of 2 weekends of training AND 10 hours of consultation calls. EMDR training is paid separately from our training fee.
Email to certificate to: email@example.com 7 days prior to the first day of training.
Twenty hours of applicable continuing education is required every 2 years to maintain Level 1 - CSAYC credentials. Credentials expire November of even years.
Date: January 23-25, 2003 (in person) and February 20-24, 2023 (virtual)
You must be able to attend all 8 days of training.
Location: 1640 N. Ritter Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46218
Future Training Dates:
CSAYP - Management/Program Credential
Level 2 training is designed for the unique role of the non-clinician professionals who have responsibilities in the oversight and administration of services or who provides direct services at the bachelor level. Applicant must have a Bachelor's degree and at least 1 year of experience. Applicants are awarded the Credentialed Sexually Abusive Youth Professional (CSAYP) certification upon successful completion of the curriculum training and a project completed onsite at their agency.
20 hours of applicable continuing education is required every 2 years to maintain Level 2 - CSAYP credentials.
Date: January 30 - February 1, 2023
Location:1640 North Ritter, Indianapolis, IN 46218
Future Training Dates:
Direct Care Certificate of Training
Level 3 training is recommended for direct care professionals who provide treatment to youth who have engaged in sexually harmful behaviors. Participants will gain information to improve a child's success in treatment and their continued success after treatment.
Date: Call to schedule
Total training hours: 1 day; 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $150 per person; money is non-refundable
Training Dates: Call to schedule - Training is available via zoom or in person
For questions about this training, Contact us
Foster Parent Certificate of Training - Circle of Safety Training Opportunity!
This training program is recommended for foster parents and provides information on safety for the child, family, and community. Foster Parents learn how sexually harmful behaviors develop and how to be an active part of the child's treatment team. Practical, effective and respectful plans to ensure safety are provided.
Circles of Safety®-the Stop It Now! training and technical assistance program-educates and supports adults and organizations responsible for providing safe and healthy environments for children. Based on violence prevention and bystander engagement research, as well as public health and adult education models, Circles of Safety delivers practical and customizable training that is easy to implement to prepare and guide adults to be active agents in children's safety planning at home, in the community, and in youth-serving organizations. Through Circles of Safety training tools and practice, adults learn to address barriers and misconceptions that may interfere with preventive actions. Adults can become more confident, comfortable, and knowledgeable about protecting children from sexual harm. The training is to teach skills to prevent sexual abuse.
Stop it Now! Sexual Abuse Prevention Training Opportunities in Indiana:
Workshop 1 - Circles of Safety: Understanding the Role of Healthy Sexual Development and Education in Sexual Abuse Prevention
This workshop presents key steps in child sexual abuse prevention. Understanding and promoting healthy sexual development for children in foster care settings is critical to helping them achieve increased health, safety, and well-being. By increasing participants' knowledge, confidence and comfort, participants will be able to better recognize and support children's sexual safety. Participants will learn how to use safety rules as tools to help keep children and youth safe.
Workshop 2- Circles of Safety: Understanding and Responding to Warning Signs
This workshop identifies behaviors in both children and adults that are warning signs that a child is at risk of being sexually abused or that a child is being sexually abused. Participants will be able to recognize and respond to warning signs specifically in adults' behaviors that may contribute to increasing the vulnerability of an environment. Communication tools for adults to talk with other adults about children's sexual safety will be introduced and practiced.
Interested in training, please contact us - trainings are available via zoom or in person
LUNCH AND LEARN:
Lunch and Learn
Lunch and Learn is a virtual one-hour learning discussion hosted by various professionals and will take place from noon to 1 p.m. EST the first Thursday of every month in 2022.
Attendance is free to all those interested! If you would like to receive a CE for your attendance there a $10 fee. Fee must be paid via credit card.
All who attend will be asked to complete a quick post-survey to provide feedback on the discussion. For those who attend and pay to receive CE, then you will be required to complete an additional survey concerning the material covered.
Continuing Education Credits are available through the Indiana Professional Licensing Association (CE License #- 98000590A)
January 6th, 2022 Lunch and Learn Topic: "Communication on Safety Planning Between Homebased and Residential Providers"
February 3, 2022 - Ethics and Sexual Abuse Behaviors
March 3, 2022 - Assessment Tools
April 7, 2022 - Families
May 5, 2022 - Youth with ID, DD, and/or Autism and Sexually Harmful Behaviors
June 2, 2022 - Victim Treatment
July 7, 2022 - Motivational Interviewing and Working with Youth Who Have Sexually Harmed
September 1, 2022 - History of Working with Youth who have Sexually Harmed
October 6, 2022 - Clarification and Reunification
November 3, 2022 - Working with Residential Youth and Their Families
December 1, 2022 - Social Media Influences and Pornography