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What We Do

PSB Learning Community


Please reach out to Katie Good with questions.

About the Program
The selected 15-20 participants will be able to take part in this facilitated group that will run from January 2023 – June 2023. This group
will allow a space for peer learning, gathering knowledge and emerging best practices on Problematic Sexual Behaviors.

The goals of A Community Response to Problematic Sexual Behaviors (PSB) Learning Community are to:

  • Increase shared awareness and understanding of PSB
  • Increase awareness of available PSB specific resources
  • Broaden perspectives and enhance skills needed to respond to PSB
  • Provide space and opportunity for collaboration and partnership in serving PSB
  • Expand and enhance available resources to meet the needs and improve outcomes for PSB

Foundational Topics

Exploring PSB

Collaborative Engagement

Views of Safety

Emerging Trends


  • While the program is no cost, NAPN conference registration fees will be reimbursed by the program
  • Materials will be paid for and mailed via USPS and/or via email

Commitment to the Program

  • January 19th: initial meeting hosted via Zoom from 1:30pm-3pm CST
  • February: Attendance to both days of the NAPN Conference hosted in partnership with HopeSpoke - Virtually via Zoom
  • March-June: 3 hour sessions each month with dates selected at the January meeting to accommodate schedules
  • July: Optional 1 hour celebration following conclusion of the program

Who Should Apply

Victim/Family Advocates, Mental Health Providers, Probation, Diversion, and others with an interest to learn more about Problematic Sexual Behaviors.

Contact Katie Good our Mental Health Coordinator