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 million students studying at higher education institutions. Each institution will have had to adapt quickly to the Coronavirus outbreak. Over the last few months students have continued to engage with … Read more The changes and challenges faced by University students during the COVID-19 pandemic – Dulcie Faure-Walker

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 are resilient.  Yet we are all human. Working with people affected by sexual abuse, whether survivors or those who sexually harm others, can be difficult and demanding. Because we are … Read more How working with abuse can affect us – Willie Manson

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 January, the Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse (CSA Centre) hosted a workshop for research funders, with contributions from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) and the … Read more Working together to fill the knowledge gaps on child sexual abuse – Dr Sophie Laws

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 of the impact of early adversity in childhood.  Despite some criticisms (e.g. not taking young people’s contextual circumstances into consideration), research on adverse childhood events (ACEs) has linked early trauma … Read more Using trauma-informed assessments for children and teenagers at risk of sexual exploitation – Dr Carmen Chan

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 in the middle of a global pandemic, which is strange enough in itself. The wider context though is that, relatively recently, I became Clinical Lead of the Sexual Harm Service … Read more Working with sexually harmful behaviour using a cognitive analytic framework – Dr Joe Judge

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 they have developed the service to maintain a service during the COVID-19 Lock-down. AWP.BESAFE@NHS.NET https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/GbHDFY288AIYEqqq2aEf/full?target=10.1080/13552600.2019.1589002 See full video here > Back to Bulletin Board >

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, written by Adam, is a summary of the key points from two conversations between Adam and Anna exploring aspects of how Adam’s lived-experience of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and being … Read more Bridging the Gap: Bringing together personal and professional experiences of CSE – Adam Richard Kaps (with Anna Hutchings)

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 UK are facing challenges that noone could’ve expected at the start of the year. Keeping your child’s education on track, managing their disappointment from exams being cancelled and avoiding cabin … Read more Homeschooling during COVID-19: how one family is doing it

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. I hope they are of interest to the membership but the editorial team welcomes information from NOTA members about developments that have been missed and that should be items for … Read more Recent Press Releases and Reports: keeping up in 2020 – Helen Masson

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