Childhood Sexuality Training:

From Normal to Problematic and Abusive 


Monday February 9, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM MST


Mile High United Way

711 Park Ave. W. Denver, CO 80205 Room 113

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Dr.Gizane Indart is a bilingual and bicultural (English/Spanish) professional with over 25 years of experience working with high risk and traumatized children and their families. She is a ChildTrauma fellow at the ChildTrauma Academy under the direction of Dr. Bruce Perry. Gizane is a seasoned public speaker and trainer, presenting locally, nationally and internationally on brain development in early childhood, the impact of abuse and neglect on early development, attachment difficulties in children exposed to maltreatment, and sexualized behaviors in children. Since July 2014, Dr Indart also serves as Member of the Florence Crittenton Board of Directors.



Joan Cordo 
Denver Children's Advocacy Center 
303-825-3850 x 319 

Join Dr. Gizane Indart, as she explores the world of the sexually abused child. This course addresses some behaviors displayed by traumatized children and begins to define what constitutes normal sexualized behaviors in children according to different developmental stages. It also focuses on children who have experienced disruptives in normal sexual development and therefore manifest a wide range of sexualized behaviors, from normal to problematic and abusive.  Case examples are inlcuded to illustrate the continuum of sexualized behaviors.

Course Objectives:

-Learn what constitutes normal sexualized behaviors

-Acquire a working knowledge of the continuum of sexualized behaviors

-Assessment of sexualized behaviors

-Function & motivations of sexualized behaviors

-Why do children act out sexually?

-What can I do?

Who will Benefit: Anyone who works with children: therapists, caseworkers, teachers, parents, guardians, and daycare providers. 

Cost: $65 per person

Please forward this email to anyone who may be interested in attending this workshop.  Also, plan to arrive at 8:30 for registration. 

Questions?  Contact Joan Cordo at or 303-825-6087 x 319

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