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Transcript of SBP
What is an SBP?
Children that act out sexually inappropriately related to their stage in development.
Normal behavior: two to four year olds playing doctor
SBP: a 12 year old and a four year old playing doctor
Frequently involve other children (friends, siblings)
No one knows how SBP are developed Fact SBP
NOT related to child's sexual orientation
-exposure to traumatic experience
(abuse, natural disaster, accidents)
-violence in the home
-exposure to adult sexual activity at home
(physical, media, internet)
-No clear rules about privacy in the home
- No or lack of supervision
(parental depression, substance abuse, workaholic)
- Problems with rules/Authority
Problem making own age friends (tend to hang out with groups)
With appropriate treatment and careful supervision, the child can safely live with other children
Exposure to traumatic experience
Violence in the home
Exposure to adult activity
Lack of supervision in the home
Unclear rules about privacy in the home
Children that act out sexually beyond their developmental stage
NOT related to child’s sexual orientation
Most do not demonstrate SBP into adolescence and adulthood.
Frequently involve other children
(cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr
"Children Who Have SBP Are First and Foremost Children"
CHILDREN WITH SEXUAL BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS (SBP)
What is SBP?
should . . .
Address the sexual behavior directly
Provide friendship in the group
Offer a good control of the group
Know about mental health disorder and know if any child has a disorder
Be honest with the children
Make sure to be creative with the children.
- Sexual Behavior
•Labeling and expressing of feelings and skills
•Impulse-control and decision-making strategies
•Apologizing and extending empathy
Characteristics of Effective Treatment
Effective Treatment Consists of. . .
Ecologically Focused Assessment
". . . working directly with and through parents or other adult caregivers in the child’s social ecology."
Be willing to question himself, about his attitude and feelings.
Be confident about himself and facilitate the member’s towards empowerment
Be confident in himself and facilitate the members towards empowerment
Be emotionally present
*Children who have SBP are first and foremost children.*
Addresses dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and cognition through goal-oriented, systematic process
Based on the ideas of our thoughts affecting our feelings and behaviors
Learn how to change the way the client thinks
Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT)
Full participation by parents
Short-term Treatment= 6 months
Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT)
The therapist observes the child playing with toys to determine what the cause of the unwanted behavior
Provides a way for the child to express their feelings and experiences;becomes a self-help, self-healing process
How to Determine Effectiveness
Short-term reductions of SBP in children were found in both treatment groups (CBT and play therapy).
A ten-year follow up of future sex offense arrest and child welfare perpetration report outcomes significantly favored CBT.
2% of children who received CBT had a future offense.
10% of children who received play therapy had a future offense.
Diverse in sexual behaviors, familial factors, socioeconomic status, maltreatment history, and mental status check.
More diverse than adolescents with SBP and adult sex offenders (mostly males)
Girls consist of a large portion of children with SBP
No clear pattern of demographic, psychological, or social factors that sets them apart from any other group of children.