Autism Spectrum Disorder: Assessment, Intervention and Prevention Strategies for those with Problematic Behaviours
Learn about relevant research in child development and forensic mental health. Explore strategies for assessment, intervention, and prevention for problematic sexual and aggressive behaviour with youth and adults.
Protective factors, early warning signs, caregiver engagement and education, methods for supporting healthy identity development, and recommendations for intervention and support will be highlighted.
Dr. Daniel Rothman is a clinical and forensic psychologist who specializes in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents and adults with sexual, aggressive and antisocial behavior problems and is formerly an Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Health Psychology, College of Medicine, at the University of Manitoba. He has provided assessment, consultation, and treatment services in child protection, hospital, and criminal justice settings and has served as an advisor to child welfare, forensic mental health, and law enforcement agencies across Canada, the United States, Europe and Australia. Daniel has special interests in the roles of trauma, attachment and developmental disabilities (including autism spectrum disorders) on child development; prevention initiatives for youth at risk for engaging in sexual offending; multisystemic and holistic approaches to intervention and risk management for high-risk youth; and how to tailor therapeutic relationships to enhance clinical outcomes. Daniel has written articles and book chapters on these and other topics and provides training for child welfare, mental health and criminal justice organizations locally, nationally and internationally.
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