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Working with children and young people who have displayed intrafamilial harmful sexual behaviour


This is a full day course for professionals who work with children and young people in a role where they may be required as part of their role to make an assessment about a child’s behaviour. Participants on this course should have attended the 90 minutes workshop, ‘Identifying Harmful Sexual Behaviour in Children and Young people’ or have a good working knowledge of the Brook Traffic Light Tool and the Hackett continuum of harmful sexual behaviour in children and young people.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course participants should:

  • Understand what intra-familial harmful sexual behaviour is and be able to recognise some of the predictors of it
  • Recognise the difficulties of making an assessment of intra-familial harmful sexual behaviour and explore some techniques for overcoming these
  • Understand how to make assessments of risk in cases of intra-familial harmful sexual behaviour
  • Begin to explore how to support children, young people and families to address the harmful sexual behaviours and repair family functioning
  • This training is being delivered free of charge by the Harmful Sexual Behaviour Project.

Further Details

Target Staff: This is an introductory level course for practitioners who need training around recognising Child Sexual Abuse and understanding the impact of this on children and young people.

Course Duration: One day

Location: Ayton House, Wymondham

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Please note that this course is not provided by Momentum. For bookings and queries, please contact the course provider directly.

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