Learning Objectives


As a result of this training, participants will be better able to:

  1. Explain contemporary approaches to juvenile sexual risk assessment.
  2. Describe the strengths and limitations of the risk assessment process.
  3. Describe the value of structured risk assessment instruments in case management and treatment planning.
  4. Explain how a risk assessment instrument is used.
  5. Explain how  the assessment process allows informed estimates of risk.
  6. Apply ATSA’s 2017 adolescent guidelines in the sexual evaluation of children and adolescents.