Sibling sexual abuse is a significant social problem and ‘the most common form of child sexual abuse in our homes’. However, public and professional awareness of this issue is limited, and many front-line practitioners feel ill-equipped to understand and respond to it.
In this workshop, NSPCC’s National Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service will propose a model for working with sibling sexual abuse based on clinical experience, theory and evidence. The presenters will identify key principles that frontline professionals should adopt in responding to, making sense of and addressing problematic and harmful sibling sexual behaviour. They will also outline their unique parent/carer programme ‘Safe home’ and the key findings from a recently completed evaluation of Safe Home by Liverpool John Moore’s University.
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