Childhood Sexual Abuse Training
Length: 1 day
- Definition of childhood sexual abuse and prevalence
- The long and short-term effects of childhood sexual abuse
- Our own and society’s reactions to childhood sexual abuse and the impact on our work with survivors
- Ways of supporting survivors of childhood sexual abuse
- Child and adult protection
- Developing confidence and skills in dealing with disclosures and working with these issues
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
- Describe what sexual abuse is
- Identify some of the short and longer term effects of childhood sexual abuse
- Recognise their own, and more general, attitudes to childhood sexual abuse
- Explore ways of supporting survivors and dealing with disclosures
Anyone who works with adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse. This may include:
- Domestic abuse workers
- Mental health workers
- Substance misuse workers
- Housing sector workers
For more information or to discuss your organisation's specific training needs, please complete our training request form and our training coordinator will get back to you within three days.
You can also call our office on 01786 439 244.
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