Community Industry Group Professional Development
CIG have organised for Dr Kenny Kor to share findings from a recent research project examining service accessibility for harmful sexual behaviours and service experience of young people and their families.
Registration is free, via Eventbrite
Harmful Sexual Behaviours of Children and Young People: Research & Practice Insights
Wednesday, 26 October 2:30pm
In this webinar, Kenny Kor will share some of the key findings from a recently completed collaborative research project examining service accessibility for harmful sexual behaviours and service experience of young people and their families. Implications of these research findings for TEI providers and practitioners will be discussed.
Kenny Kor (PhD) teaches social work at the University of Wollongong (UOW). He brings nearly two decades of practice experience to social work teaching and research. Prior to joining academia, he worked directly with young people who displayed harmful sexual behaviours. His research aims to build practice-based knowledge for effectively preventing and responding to child maltreatment in out-of-home care (OOHC) and other institutional settings.