Recognizing and Reporting Child Maltreatment


This workshop will give professionals a better understanding of child maltreatment and its prevalence in our community. They will learn how to get help for children, recognize the signs of abuse, be aware of the reporting laws, and know what to do when a child makes an outcry.


Professionals working with children, including teachers and counselors. Continuing education credits are available for Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Educators at no additional charge.


  1. Recognize the signs and symptoms of suspected child maltreatment
  2. Explain how to handle disclosures of suspected child maltreatment
  3. Describe the reporting process for suspected child maltreatment
  4. Identify the laws pertaining to reporting suspected child maltreatment
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