Both Courses: Supporting Children Displaying Problematic or Harmful Sexual Behaviour
Book Both Courses Together
Enjoy a full day of training - book both of the training courses together! (Or alternatively, you can book the morning or afternoon course on their own. See homepage on website for details)
Morning: Problematic & Harmful Sexual Behaviour: Children & Young People
Afternoon: Autistic Children and Young People Displaying Problematic or Harmful Sexual Behaviour
Date: 14th November 2023
Morning Session - 09.30 - 12.30
Afternoon Session - 13.30 -16.30
Venue: Cardonald Campus (of Glasgow Clyde College), 690 Mosspark Drive, Glasgow, G52 3AY
Fee: £150 + VAT
• An understanding of the different assessment frameworks
• An awareness of intervention styles and models to support practitioners working with children or young people displaying problematic or harmful sexual behaviour
• An understanding of psycho-sexual histories and sexual informants
• An understanding of developmentally unexpected sexual interests
• An understanding of supporting autistic children and young people displaying problematic or harmful sexual behaviour
• Increased knowledge in providing interventions and assessments
• An understanding of sensory and communication needs
• An understanding of aspects of vulnerability to consider within this group
**MEET YOUR COURSE TUTOR: DAVID RUSSELL**
David is a knowledgeable, inspiring trainer who will make your learning interesting and fun!
He is the Community Safety & Justice Manager for Midlothian Council where he is the strategic lead within justice services. Prior to this he was a senior practitioner with Barnardo’s, specialising in work with children and young people displaying harmful sexual behaviour and / or who had experienced
sexual abuse or exploitation.
He currently sits on the NOTA Scotland executive committee, is co-vice chair of the Community Justice Scotland network & the Chair of the National advisory panel for the third sector organisation, Thriving Survivors.
David is a sought after trainer throughout the UK and is a published author.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
A “MUST” attend course for all professionals working with and supporting children and young people.