Direct work with children displaying harmful sexual behaviour

Using trauma-informed and therapeutic practices with children and young people. In January 2020, we published a series . . . of podcast episodes on assessing and preventing harmful sexual behaviour (HSB). Our newly published three-part series focuses on direct work with children and young people displaying HSB and using trauma-informed and therapeutic practices.
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Gain an insight into assessing high and lower level sexual behaviour concerns in schools

It can be hard to determine what healthy, problematic, inappropriate or serious sexual behaviour looks like in schools, . . . particularly where there are limited resources available. This is where specialist provision and services can help. They can support you in assessing the young person who has displayed sexually harmful behaviour and help you to understand the nature and extent of the behaviour.
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Harmful sexual behaviour in schools

Why is it important for schools, colleges and academies to be aware of harmful sexual behaviour? Around a third of child . . . sexual abuse is by other children or young people (Hackett, 2014). Educational settings play a key role in identifying and preventing harmful sexual behaviour.
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How to prevent and effectively respond to harmful sexual behaviour (HSB) in schools, academies and colleges

What is good practice for preventing harmful sexual behaviour? We explore how you can use preventative and proactive . . . measures to protect young people and manage incidents of sexualised behaviour appropriately.
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Online misogyny: what impact is it having on children?

According to new research by the children’s commissioner for England, one in 10 children have watched pornography by the . . . time they are nine years old. And teachers say the effects are being felt in schools. So what makes young people vulnerable to this kind of content, and what impact might it have on their brains and behaviour?
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