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Other helpful resources on PSB-CY topics

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The resources provided by DoD for supporting FAP providers gives a wide variety of topics and approaches to provide services to families of children exhibiting and impacted by PSB-CY. Some resources are about broader categories of childhood behaviors while others are specific to PSB-CY. Here are links to DoD-supported platforms.

  • Virtual Lab School – This website has web-based training on a range of child and youth topics. Note that it is available only to individuals employed by military child and youth programs and requires that an administrator set up individual accounts.
  • The Military Family Learning Network Series on PSB-CY is now OpOne Readiness Knowledge Network This website has a variety of posts related to family development and early intervention including webinars on sexual behavior in children and youth, family violence, prevention and treatment, technology, juvenile justice and others.
  • National Children’s Alliance (NCA) – ENGAGE Platform for Training on PSB-CY Much of the content of this website is directed to child advocacy centers (CACs). The NCA partnered with the National Center on the Sexual Behavior of Youth to produce a free, two-hour video training series intended for CACs on addressing PSB-CY. The video requires registration.
  • The MilitaryOneSource PSB Provider Toolkit is a major source of resources for military-family-related topics. Under Benefits and Resources find links to information on DoD policies and many links and training sites for parents, clinicians, and helping professionals on understanding child sexual development and concerning sexual behaviors.
  • The Penn State Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness developed the Non-Clinical Referral Tool (NCRT) to assist in determining if a referral or consult to FAP is warranted an assists FAP in determining if the multidisciplinary team (MDT) needs to be engaged for a referred incident of PSVB-CY 
  • The U. S. Army Military Police School conducts a 5-day in-person training for handling PSB-CY and in implementing trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy. For more information, contact the PSB-CY lead at the installation for enrollment information.