The hidden nature of sibling sexual abuse
The Hidden Nature of Sibling Sexual Abuse: When Sexually Harmful Behaviour Masquerades as Consensual Sexual Experimentation with Christiane Sanderson
Professional Training (CPD) for therapists and health professionals.
This is a hybrid event with delegates online and in-person in Marlborough (subject to covid rules at the time of the event).
It is estimated that one-third of sexual abuse is perpetrated by children. However, in order to clarify the differences between consensual sexual experimentation from sexually harmful behaviour, it is essential to understand both typical and atypical sexual development in children and young people.
This workshop will examine the nature and dynamics of sibling sexual abuse by children and young people, its impact and long-term effects. We will distinguish between typical age-appropriate consensual sexual curiosity and sexual experimentation in contrast with atypical sexual behaviour which is non-consensual and sexually harmful. The aim is to enable practitioners to identify sexually abusive behaviour between siblings and help clients differentiate this from consensual sexual play.
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