A CHANNEL FOR ANYONE WHO WORKS WITH CHILDREN
"But why didn't you just say something?"
It is extremely difficult for a child who is being abused to speak out. This channel is for all safeguarding practitioners. It offers insight into the victim's perspective so that you can understand your role in keeping children safe.
PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to support Siobhan's channel, where she talks about her direct experience of child sexual abuse, as well as policy and research issues around safeguarding.
OUR SERVICES FOR ORGANISATIONS
HEALTHCARE, EDUCATION, POLICE, FOSTER PARENTING, THIRD SECTOR
Our training is designed and run by adults with direct experience of child sexual abuse. We cover how frontline practitioners can help children to disclose and explores the best ways to respond. The one-day training is suitable for around 60 participants and can be adapted for your needs. It is highly interactive, with time to discuss safeguarding challenges in a safe environment. To book a training day or for more information, including feedback and a draft agenda, please contact email@example.com
Siobhan has written several articles and reports for publications such as Professional Social Work (PSW) and CareKnowledge. Her writing has also appeared in journals such as the British Journal of School Nursing. She has also been interviewed on her experience of child sexual abuse for Cosmopolitan magazine and her local press. To see some of her work, take a look at the Publications and Conferences section.
Siobhan has presented at many safeguarding conferences, police training events and the annual BASPCAN Congress (now the Association of Child Protection Professionals). She speaks on her personal experience of child sexual abuse and how services might have helped. She also covers current issues in child protection and missed opportunities for detection. For a list of previous presentations, please see the Publications and Conferences section.
Siobhan has presented at universities such as Goldsmiths University London and Manchester Metropolitan University. She is also available to present on her postgraduate studies in policy, centered around mandatory reporting systems in child protection.