Welcome to the NSPCC Learning Podcast - a series of episodes that cover a range of child protection issues to inform, create debate and tell you about the work we do to keep children safe. At the heart of every episode is the child’s voice and how what they tell us informs the work we do. If you are looking for more safeguarding and child protection training, information and resources, please visit our NSPCC Learning website. Intro/outro music is Lights by Sappheiros [http://goo.gl/YmnOAx]
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Listen to Katy Tomkinson and Rowan Wolfe who work on our harmful sexual behaviour service talk about the effects of sibling sexual abuse on children and families; how to provide whole-family support; the impact of family dynamics and contributing fac... more
Katy Tomkinson and Rowan Wolfe, who work on our HSB service, talk about: what denial might look like; using therapeutic and trauma-informed approaches in your practice; exploring children’s lived experiences and feelings; how to get children and youn... more
The NSPCC recently secured funding from the COVID-19 Support Fund to launch a three-year domestic abuse project and extend the capacity of the NSPCC Helpline to support contacts who have experienced domestic abuse. In this episode, the NSPCC’s two ne... more
This is very simplistic response to complex inter intra psychic schemas Asking the patient to come up there own plan is admirable but it’s poor response and sloppy more
Thank you so much - I’ve found the direct work examples given very helpful
Thank you for this podcasts I am learning a lot
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