Sibling Sex Abuse by Adolescent Offenders eLearning
Level: Advanced Practice – Lineworker, Supervisor,
Intended Audience: New and current social workers and supervisors
- Describe the characteristics of an adolescent sex offender
- Recognize unique family dynamics in a household with intrafamilial adolescent sex abuse
- Understand the effect adolescent sex offenses have on the family
- Recognize the importance of prescribing accurate and descriptive interventions and safety planning in the court ordered case plan
- Definition of sibling sex abuse
- Perpetrator characteristics of the adolescent sex offender in sibling incest families
- Family characteristics and dynamics of sibling incest
- Case planning considerations when working with a sibling incest family
- Treatment of the family in sibling incest cases
- Addressing reunification and family maintenance safety planning
CalSWEC Competencies Addressed:
3.3 Student is able to identify the major family, health, and social factors
contributing to child abuse and neglect, as well as protective factors that act to
preserve the family and protect the child.
3.4 Student recognizes and accurately identifies the physical and behavioral
indicators of abuse, family violence, and neglect, and can assess the dynamics
underlying these behaviors.
3.7 Student is able to gather, assess, and present pertinent information from
interviews, case records, and collateral sources in evaluating an abuse or neglect
allegation and making effective referrals for services or further evaluation.
4.4 Student demonstrates ability to identify service/treatment plan requirements and
to construct measurable objectives for the service plan.
6.5 Student demonstrates understanding of the dynamics of human sexuality and