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Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes

By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Explain an explanation for the idea that in today's culture, it is generally believed sexual abuse occurs significantly more with females rather than males.
-Name three ways that can rebuild a client's sense of empowerment.
-Name three criteria for choosing individual therapy over group therapy.
-Name three aspects to keep in mind when including the family the off hours of therapy.
-Explain some challenges that you may face in therapy when treating sexually abused boys.
-Name three ways that a male sexual abuse client's sexuality can be skewed or twisted.
-Explain examples of "trauma-to-phobia."
-Name the three social pressures that affect a sexually abused boy's development.
-Name the four types of environments that can negatively affect sexually abused boys.
-Explain a definition of anger.
-Name three negative, un-productive ways sexually abused boys have of managing anger.
-Name three causes of anger.
-Name the four parts in the "Silly Nightmare" drawing technique.
-Name six issues that need to be considered when dealing with depression in a young male sexual abuse client.
-Explain the darker side of empathy in the therapeutic relationship.
-Name the four phases of therapy with male survivors of sexual abuse.
-Explain what percent of sexually abused boys are perpetrated by a relative.
-Name the three categories of insecure attachments.
-Explain what non-offending family member is often blamed for the abuse.
-Explain the views that often discredit a woman therapist's credibility in a male client's eyes.
-Explain what higher incidence among homosexual than heterosexual men studies in the area of child sexual abuse have repeatedly found.
-Explain which type of coping strategist who commits sexual abuse will prefer to select children who do not resemble himself.
-Explain what is more intense and exacerbated when the victim closely identifies with the perpetrator psychologically.
-Explain what do most men who have been victims of sexual abuse in childhood long for.
-Explain what the survivors used that is controversial as they may perceive it as a loss of control, a salient concern of most survivors.
-Explain what would tend to confirm that, in general, it is not the homosexual nature of the act that arouses abusers, but the power relationship that surrounds the sexual abuse.
-Explain how a clinician can address the issues that arise from scarring and permanent damage from sexual abuse.

"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."