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The NOTA Bulletin board is here to keep NOTA members and supporters updated on news and articles. We will update this page regularly so please do check back often. The NOTA office remains open please keep in contact via notaoffice@nota.co.uk.

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After the latest NOTA Board Meeting it has been decided that the charity should benefit from the Amazon Smile initiative. If you use Amazon UK for purchases then you can support NOTA by making the purchases using https://smile.amazon.co.uk. Here you can select The National Organisation For The Treatment Of Abuse. Thereafter whenever you make any purchase via this link NOTA will benefit from a small donation from Amazon at no cost to you.

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A Somatic Approach to Stabilisation when Working Therapeutically with Children and Young People who have Experienced Child Sexual Abuse and who Display Harmful Sexual Behaviour – Jo Drew

A Somatic Approach to Stabilisation when Working Therapeutically with Children and Young People who have Experienced Child Sexual Abuse and who Display Harmful Sexual Behaviour …

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g-map Senior Clinical Practitioner Sale, Greater Manchester Circa £35,000 p.a.

Senior Clinical Practitioner Sale, Greater ManchesterCirca £35,000 p.a. G-map is a nationally recognised independent organisation providing therapeutic services for young people who display harmful sexual …

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Evidence based practice when assessing sexual behaviours in children and young people: Ideology versus research – Sophie King-Hill & Kieran McCartan

Evidence based practice when assessing sexual behaviours in children and young people: Ideology versus research – Sophie King-Hill & Kieran McCartan Evidence based practice is …

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Resources to help identify and engage young people at risk of sexual abuse and exploitation

Resources to help identify and engage young people at risk of sexual abuse and exploitation. For the full articles, please visit the below links available …

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Not so cute after all? The controversy over “Cuties”- Kasia Uzieblo, David Prescott and Kieran McCartan

Not so cute after all? The controversy over “Cuties”- Kasia Uzieblo, David Prescott and Kieran McCartan In recent days, a controversy arose over a Netflix-produced …

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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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