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An Introduction to Problematic and Harmful Sexual Behaviour Displayed by Children
and Young People

Gleeson Mills Consulting provide specialist services for children and young people aged 8 – 18 who display problematic or harmful sexual behaviours. We offer a range of bespoke assessments and therapeutic interventions as well ‍‍‍as consultation and training to professionals and organisations within the UK.

We recognise the complexity that is attached to these behaviours and offer packages of support that are differentiated to meet the individual requirements of the children and young people we work with, particularly those who have experienced childhood trauma, disrupted attachments or have speech, language and communication needs (SLCN).

We are pleased to be able to introduce this new, interactive 3 hour training session that uses a range of media and incorporates practice-based scenarios to support understanding and learning.

How to apply for a place:

Please download and complete the booking fo‍‍‍rm opposite and return it to: hello@gleesonmills.co.uk

If you would like to discuss the training in more detail, then please contact Mark Gleeson (07872 648088) or Maddie Mills (07950 422615)

Learning Outcomes:

  • Develop an understanding of differences between healthy, problematic and harmful sexual behaviour amongst children and young people
  • Awareness of why children and young people may display problematic or harmful sexual behaviour and what makes a positive difference
  • Identify and consider ways that you can make a difference in your work with children and young people, including practical tools you can use

Target Audience:

This is multi-agency training designed for those who work with young people including Early Help Practitioners, Designated Safeguarding Leads, SEND practitioners, Pastoral Support staff, Public Health Nurses, Primary Mental Health Workers, Residential Support workers and Supported Housing staff.

Date‍‍‍:

Friday 15th June & Monday 25th June 2018
9.30am-12.30pm
(please state your preferred date on the booking form).

Venue:

St David’s Community Centre,
17 St David’s Hill,
Exeter, EX4 3RG
(off-street parking close by).

Cost:

The three hour training session costs £55 + VAT, including refreshments.
A discount is offered to organisations who book 5 or more places.

Download the Course Booking application form here