Understanding and working with intra-familial child sexual abuse

Learning Event : Research messages workshop
The Studio Birmingham, Birmingham
09:30 to 16:30 Wednesday, 08 January 2020

A practical workshop to develop and deepen understanding of intra-familial child sexual abuse (IFCSA). This interactive session will draw on participants’ case work experience and move beyond identification and assessment to areas including: 

• Consideration of both sibling and adult perpetrators.

• The nature of ‘disclosure’ and how practitioners can support children and families pre and post disclosure.

• Sharing practice tools and ideas for direct work.

The workshop will be of value to those who work directly with children and families and would like to be better informed and gain confidence in working with this type of abuse.

Designed for: Frontline practitioners and team managers working with children and families.

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