Sexual abuse in the family – Rethinking disclosure and applying research and theory to practice.
19th November 2018 13:00 to 17:00
Town Hall, Reception Room A, Pinstone Street, Sheffield
Delivered by Anna Glinski from the National Centre of Excellence on CSA .
Current research indicates that children who are sexually abused are most likely to have been abused by someone within the family environment, but it is often a challenge to know what the best approach is when you suspect sexual abuse is happening. Drawing on research, theory and practice experience, this workshop will consider the areas we can explore in our work with families to support a more robust, proactive and protective response.
– What are the obstacles we face in our practice?
– Taking a ‘whole family’ approach to assessing and intervening with families – addressing family strengths and vulnerabilities to reduce risk
– Broadening our understanding of children’s disclosures and our roles within the disclosure process
How do I book?
There are 120 places across the South Yorkshire Teaching Partnership