Welcome to the NSPCC Learning Podcast - a series of episodes that cover a range of child protection issues to inform, create debate and tell you about the work we do to keep children safe. At the heart of every episode is the child’s voice and how what they tell us informs the work we do. If you are looking for more safeguarding and child protection training, information and resources, please visit our NSPCC Learning website.
Intro/outro music is Lights by Sappheiros [http://goo.gl/YmnOAx]
Understanding technology-assisted harmful sexual behaviour (TA-HSB)
The final episode in our mini-HSB series, focuses on technology-assisted harmful sexual behaviour (TA-HSB). This occurs when children and young people use the internet or technology to engage in sexual activity that may be harmful to themselves or others.
Planning therapeutic sessions for children displaying harmful sexual behaviour
This is the second episode in our three-part series that focuses on preparing and planning therapeutic sessions for children and young people.
Direct work with children displaying harmful sexual behaviour
This is the first episode in our three-part series that focuses on the principles of direct work with children and young people displaying harmful sexual behaviour.
Black girls’ experiences of sexual abuse
This episode focuses on the absence of Black girls’ experiences of child sexual abuse in research, including suggestions to help improve research and practice.
It contains quotes from research participants about their experiences which might be upsetting and cause distress. If you need further support, please visit NSPCC helpline or Childline website.
Understanding intersectionality in social work practice
A child or young person’s identity and lived experience can affect how they engage with professionals and services.
We spoke to Jahnine Davis and Nick Marsh, founders of Listen Up and Ineke Houtenbos, a senior consultant at the NSPCC about intersectionality and its application within safeguarding practice.
Recognising domestic abuse as a child protection issue
In this episode, we discuss the complexities of domestic abuse and why it is a safeguarding and child protection issue. We talk about the main themes that emerged from our learning from case reviews briefing on domestic abuse and share what we see in practice.