Child sexual abuse prevention Multi Agency WebinarOrganised by: Lucy Faithfull Foundation
Child sexual abuse prevention multi-agency webinar
Please choose one date:
Tuesday 18th May 2021
Wednesday 16th June 2021
Wednesday 19th May 2021
Tuesday 22nd June 2021*
*session order has been switched
You are invited to attend our free webinar funded by the Welsh Government.
To book your place please see attached flyer for more information or click on the above link.
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse and the Stop It Now! Helpline (presented by Tom Squire)
10 am – 12 noon
This webinar will help participants understand
the issues surrounding child sexual
abuse, the thought processes of perpetrators
and the importance of our work. The
session will cover:
• The scale and nature of child sexual
abuse in the UK
• The process through which adults
commit sexual offences
• The public health model of child sexual
• The Stop It Now! helpline
• Developing secondary prevention:
LFF’s deterrence campaign and online
Tom Squire MA, BSc, Diploma in Probation Studies is Clinical Manager at The Lucy Faithful Foundation, where he has worked since 2007. Before joining The Lucy Faithfull Foundation, he worked within the Probation Service. Tom undertakes specialist risk assessments for a range of agencies, and provides training, advice and consultancy to other professionals. He provides clinical support to the Stop It Now! Helpline.
Tom plays an important part in promoting The Lucy Faithfull Foundation’s deterrence campaign regarding the viewing of indecent images of children and, in 2018, he led on the development of an online forum for family and friends of those who have sexually offended online.
Understanding Problematic Sexual Behaviour in Young Children (presented by Dr Ian Burke)
1 pm – 3 pm
This webinar will explore the topic of problematic sexual behaviour (PSB) in young children. Starting with an overview, the webinar will:
• Outline the aetiology of problematic sexual behaviour
• Discuss what is healthy sexual behaviour versus what is problematic and concerning
• How we address these behaviours.
• The webinar will then use Dr Stephen Porges’ Polyvagal Theory to help us understand the specific needs of children displaying PSB who have experienced their own trauma.
Dr Ian Burke is a Registered Clinical & Forensic Psychologist (HCPC) and Chartered Psychologist (BPS). He joined The Lucy Faithfull Foundation in 2020 where his work focuses on the provision of assessment and interventions relating to problematic sexual behaviour in children and their families where trauma is a significant contributing factor. Before joining LFF, Ian worked with Forensic CAMHS and with Action for Children’s High Intensity Placement Support Service for Looked after Children. Ian also has extensive experience working as a Military Psychologist with the Irish Defence Forces.
For more information please contact:
Claire Short on 07720590129 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Gill Jones on 07803629628 or email@example.com