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.
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Researching mental health support for adolescents who have experienced sexual abuse
A discussion of the findings gathered during the Safer Young Lives Research Centre’s UK-wide study into supporting adolescent mental health and wellbeing after sexual abuse.
Sibling sexual abuse
This episode explores sibling sexual abuse, which is a type of intrafamilial abuse that often involves forms of harmful sexual behaviour, and how you can ensure the safety of all children involved.
Understanding denial in children displaying harmful sexual behaviour
There may be challenges when working with children and young people who have displayed harmful sexual behaviour (HSB). One of these challenges might be a child or young person experiencing denial after displaying harmful sexual behaviour.
An interview with the NSPCC Helpline’s Domestic Abuse Practice Advisors
The NSPCC’s two new Domestic Abuse Practice Advisors speak about their work in ensuring all NSPCC Helpline staff are equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to support domestic abuse survivors.
Why child neglect can happen and how to respond to it
The second episode in a two-part series about child neglect where you’ll hear from expert practitioners who have worked with children and young people experiencing neglect.
What is child neglect and how to spot the signs
The first episode in a two-part series about child neglect where you’ll hear from expert practitioners who have worked with children and young people experiencing neglect.