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One in Four resources

One in Four produced a report: Numbing the Pain, Survivors Voices of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Addiction, containing 14 powerful testimonies by survivors. The report makes essential reading for all staff in addiction services. See link to download:

https://oneinfour.org.uk/survivor-voices/

The Numbing the Pain video encourages services to build links to specialist support so clients can address their underlying trauma, following recovery. Funded by the National Lottery Community Grant.

 

 A new pocket guide for professionals supporting survivors of childhood sexual abuse and addiction, also called Numbing the Pain has also been published. Written by CSA expert, Christiane Sanderson the information, recovery toolkit and resources in this guide will be of interest to mental health practitioners, drug and alcohol workers, counsellors, therapists, GPs and anyone working with survivors.

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New law on 'upskirting'

Please visit https://www.gov.uk/government/news/upskirting-know-your-rights for further information.

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Carolyn Spring Training

Please visit the website to discover training courses being offered on many different topics including trauma, shame and dissociation. 

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When a house stops being a home

Four women share their experience of feeling unsafe in their own home.

https://bbc.in/2M4s41o

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Stop it now! Campaign

In the last year, over 35,000 people in the UK sought anonymous help from Stop it Now! to stop viewing sexual images of children online. Police estimate that 100,000 people in the UK view and share online sexual images of children. The Stop it Now! campaign tackles online offending by offering confidential, anonymous support to help people stop. Please visit www.stopitnow.org.uk for more information.


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The Truth Project

The Truth Project was set up for victims and survivors of child sexual abuse to share their experiences in a supportive and confidential setting.

It’s part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) which was set up in 2015 to investigate organisations and institutions that have failed to protect children from sexual abuse. We need to understand the past to help protect children now and in the future.

By sharing their experiences, victims and survivors make an important contribution to the work of the Inquiry and their experiences will feed into and influence our findings and recommendations.

For more information visit:  https://www.truthproject.org.uk/i-will-be-heard 

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DISSOCIATION AND DID: THE FUNDAMENTALS- PODS resource

Are you looking for CPD for your counselling centre, SARC, NHS department, or Rape Crisis Centre? We are about to launch our new DVD pack, and it could be the answer to your problems! (Well, maybe not all of them.)

We've taken our online training course 'Dissociation and DID: The Fundamentals' (see above) and packaged it into a format that is suitable for group delivery and/or for individuals to work through on their own, offline.

The pack contains a memory stick with an easy-to-use interface for watching the videos, listening to the audio and accessing the additional reading, as well as an audio CD-ROM version (for listening to in the car, or where a projector isn't available), and five copies of our 'Fundamentals' Additional Information Booklet, five copies of our Dissociation Resource Guide, blank certificates, and printable buzz group worksheets and handouts.

There is also a 'Trainer's Guide', which shows you exactly how to make best use of the pack, and provides suggested timings for running the training in a one-day format or over several evenings.

In other words, we've tried to make it as comprehensive but as easy as possible for you to deliver our training in a group setting but without us having to be present.

Priced at £350 for a site licence, you can run the training as many times as you like to as many people as you like, so it's a very cost effective option.

Email: info@pods-online.org.uk 


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Draw a line Campaign

UN Women works to change the lives of survivors and prevent future violence all over the world. They work at the highest level, alongside governments to implement laws that will protect women, but also locally, in villages, towns and cities, to change behaviour and empower people of all genders to take a stand. They aim to change the way the world works for women.

For more information click here

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