Engaging children and parents affected by child sexual abuse

Use this panel discussion to identify effective strategies with parents and family members which focus on consistent and supportive messaging which help children affected by sexual abuse make sense of their experience.

Watch this facilitated panel discussion to be better equipped to:


  • Outline the prevalence of child sexual abuse in Australia and those children who are most at risk
  • Describe practical strategies to support children affected by sexual abuse to disclose and responses from health professionals that can support recovery
  • Identify effective engagement strategies with parents and family members which focus on consistent and supportive messaging which helps the child affected by sexual abuse make sense of their experience and recover from negative effects
  • Outline ethical practices in reporting sexual abuse and how to refer to specialist agencies

Date:

Recording online until 2023


Phone:

03 8662 6628


Email:

t.benjamin@gmail.com


Provider:

Emerging Minds


Panelists:

Mr David Tully

Practice Manager for specialised family violence services, Relationships Australia


Dr Liz Coventry

Psychiatrist


Dr May Su

General practitioner


Facilitated by Mr Daniel Moss

Emerging Minds’ Workforce Development Manager



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