Sexual behavior problems usually involve intimidation or force and can be harmful. Evidence-based practices for youth with sexual behavior problems are offered in various programs around the state, but families, schools, and agencies often require a more in depth look to understand the underlying functions of the behaviors and the most appropriate course of treatment. Results from clinical research suggest that there were significant improvements in youth psychosocial functioning and parenting stress, and significant decreases in parent–child dysfunctional interaction and some improvement in peer relations and social skills.

Dr. Roginsky is a member of Connecticut Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (CATSO) and Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA).

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