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Circles ReBoot: A Circle of Support and Accountability specifically for Individuals who access Child Sexual Exploitation Material – Riana Taylor and Liz Hickey

Circles ReBoot: A Circle of Support and Accountability specifically for Individuals who access Child Sexual Exploitation Material – Riana Taylor and Liz Hickey On 29th …

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Autism and Harmful Sexual Behaviour… The Problem Is Not Always The Problem – David Russell & Simon Robinson

Autism and Harmful Sexual Behaviour… The Problem Is Not Always The Problem – David Russell & Simon Robinson Introduction For someone with autism, navigating their …

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Somnophilia: A “Sleeping Beauty syndrome”? – Elizabeth Deehan

Somnophilia: A “Sleeping Beauty syndrome”? – Elizabeth Deehan The interest in engaging in sexual behaviour with someone who is asleep – termed ‘somnophilia’ – has …

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CSA – Gaining insights from practice

Gaining insights from practice Research into how professionals identify, respond to, record and report child sexual abuse can have a major impact on current understanding …

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The changes and challenges faced by University students during the COVID-19 pandemic – Dulcie Faure-Walker

The changes and challenges faced by University students during the COVID-19 pandemic – Dulcie Faure-Walker There are 137 universities in the UK and approximately 2 …

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How working with abuse can affect us – Willie Manson

How working with abuse can affect us – Willie Manson Most professionals who work with children or adults in the field of welfare and protection …

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Working together to fill the knowledge gaps on child sexual abuse – Dr Sophie Laws

Working together to fill the knowledge gaps on child sexual abuse – Dr Sophie Laws This blog was first published in March at www.csacentre.org.uk. In …

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Using trauma-informed assessments for children and teenagers at risk of sexual exploitation – Dr Carmen Chan

Using trauma-informed assessments for children and teenagers at risk of sexual exploitation – Dr Carmen Chan Over recent years, there has been an increasing awareness …

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Working with sexually harmful behaviour using a cognitive analytic framework – Dr Joe Judge

Working with Children who have engaged in Problematic SexualBehaviour and their Parents/Carers I find myself writing this article at a strange time. Firstly, we are …

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Working with Children who have engaged in Problematic Sexual Behaviour and their Parents/Carers

Working with Children who have engaged in Problematic SexualBehaviour and their Parents/Carers From Stephen Barry, Clinical Lead / Clinical Team Manager, AWP Be Safe Service …

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Be Safe, Stay Safe Children’s Programme

Jonny and Laura at Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership outline the  –  “Be Safe, Stay Safe Children’s Programme” and detail the ways in which …

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Bridging the Gap: Bringing together personal and professional experiences of CSE – Adam Richard Kaps (with Anna Hutchings)

Bridging the Gap: Bringing together personal and professional experiences of CSE – Adam Richard Kaps Undertaking research and curiosity about the past This reflective article, …

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Homeschooling during COVID-19: how one family is doing it

Homeschooling during COVID-19: how one family is doing it Since UK schools have closed and everyone has been advised to “stay home”, families across the …

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Recent Press Releases and Reports: keeping up in 2020 – Helen Masson

Recent Press Releases and Reports: keeping up in 2020 – Helen Masson These press releases and reports have been published in the last few months. …

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Evaluating the Acceptability and Feasibility of the Kolvin Intervention Programme for Harmful Sexual Behaviour (KIP-S) Pilot – Carol Nixon, Aisling Martin & Katie Burgess

Evaluating the Acceptability and Feasibility of the Kolvin Intervention Programme for Harmful Sexual Behaviour (KIP-S) Pilot – Carol Nixon, Aisling Martin & Katie Burgess Having …

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