Please be aware that the conference sessions and project information/training films have trigger warnings for discussing child sexual abuse, specifically sibling sexual abuse.
We encourage the use, reproduction and quoting of these films but a copyright acknowledgment to the presenter/s and/or organisation must be made.
Six sessions from the conference are available here:
Session 1: The National Picture of Sibling Sexual Abuse
Stuart Allardyce and Anna Glinski
Session 3: Question Time – a panel of practitioners and academics answer questions on sibling sexual abuse
Question Time Panel: Simon Bailey QPM, Alexander Butler, Prof. Simon Hackett, Zak Masters, Prof. Kieran McCartan, Suzanne Taylor
Session 4: How to best work with families affected by sibling sexual abuse within the wider safeguarding system
Dr. Peter Yates, Dr. Andie Collins and Hannah Cooper
Session 5: Perspectives from the voluntary sector practitioners responding to sibling harmful sexual behaviours, and specific considerations when working with Black, Asian and minority ethnic children and families
Spencer Bailey, Ray Tait and Michelle West
Session 6: How best to work with adult survivors of sibling sexual abuse
‘Amy’, Amelia Anning and Christiane Sanderson. This session includes a 2-minute voice film for professionals by ‘Sarah’ an adult survivor
Session 7: Health responses to working with children and young people who have sexually harmed siblings including consideration of the impact of pornography
Louise Barraclough and Stephen Barry
We encourage the use, reproduction and quoting of these films but a copyright acknowledgment to the ‘RCEW National Project on Sibling Sexual Abuse’ or ‘RCEW National Project on SSA’ must be made.
Film 1 and Film 2 will be available with Welsh subtitles in late March 2022.
Film 1: Opening Doors: Discussing Sibling Sexual Abuse
A new 8-min support film for adult survivors of sibling sexual abuse by adult survivors of sibling sexual abuse.
Film 2: Getting it right: the professional response to adult disclosures of childhood sibling sexual abuse
A new 7-min training film for professionals and practitioners on best practice responding to adult disclosures of sibling sexual abuse (This was not shown at the conference.)
Film 3: Sarah’s voice: I hear you
A new 2-min audio/voice training film for professionals and practitioners on working with adult survivors of sibling sexual abuse.