When parents learn that their young child has engaged in behaviors that involve touching or looking at another child's private parts, they often have one of two responses: to panic or to write the behaviors off as normal and exploratory. Sometimes, we as professionals, have the same knee jerk reaction. What is the right response? How do we as professionals understand these behaviors? What information can we give to families about child sexual behaviors? If the behaviors are problematic, how can we best support the child and their family, and provide the help and treatment they need? In this talk, the presenters will review what is typical child sexual behavior, what is problematic sexual behavior and what National Children's Alliance offers up as evidenced-based information about Problematic Sexual Behaviors and their response to treatment. They will talk about children accessing pornography, how to address it with the child and how to keep up to speed about the child's internet use. Presenters will also discuss how Clackamas County is currently responding to the rapidly increasing cases of children in their county who have Problematic Sexual Behaviors. Time will also be spent exploring new ideas of how county-wide systems can respond to children who have these types of behavioral struggles.