Managing Risk and Trauma after Online Sexual Offending
MICROSOFT TEAMS LIVE SEMINAR: Friday 17th November 2023, 9.30am - 10.30am
During this webinar Dr Natasha Sabin, one of the authors of “Managing risk and trauma after online sexual offending: A whole-family safeguarding guide” will take participants through the detail of the resource, to support professionals working with families with the delicate task of both assessing risk while providing emotional and practical support.
- Dr Natasha Sabin, Practice Improvement Advisor CSA Centre
This webinar will be suitable for Social Workers, Social Work Managers, IROs, Adoption Social Workers, Fostering Panel Chairs, relevant preventative services, health professionals and Police Officers.
Managing risk and trauma after online sexual offending - Publication
Hundreds of families will find out a parent or carer has accessed child sexual abuse material each month, so it is incredibly important that social workers and wider professionals are able to make considered decisions to protect children in the home. Written in collaboration with The Lucy Faithfull Foundation, this guide provides the latest research and practice-led information to help professionals to confidently safeguard and support families at a time of great emotional distress.
The guide is split into four helpful sections, describing the impacts on the whole family in the home, what is known about the risks posed by those who access, possess, or share child sexual abuse material for considerations in assessment, advice on providing effective support and how professionals can look after their own wellbeing and contains a list of useful resources.