HANDOUTS

Read Me First

HO01 – The Sexual Offences Act 2003-v2

HO01A – Offences under the Sexual Offences Act 2003-v1

HO04 – Hearing-disclosure-v4

HO05 – Mythsandstereotypes-v3

HO07 – Myths and realities-childhood sexual abuse-v6

HO08 -Myths and realities-men-v6

HO09 – Myths and realities-female-v6

HO10 – Carl Rogers and the Core conditions-v4

HO01A – Offences under the Sexual Offences Act 2003-v1

HO12 – Myths about self-harm-v2

HO14 – Lauras selfharm story

HO15 – Childhood abuse-v2

HO16 – Rape Trauma Syndrome-v2

HO17 – Dissociation-v4

HO18 – PTSD-v3

HO19 – Burn-out-v4

HO23 – Panic attacks-v3

HO28 – Vicarious Traumatisation – v4

HO29 – Looking after ourselves-v2

HO31 – Self-care workbook-v3

HO32-Information about Flashbacks-v3

HO33 – Managing flashbacks-v1

HO34 – Grooming – v2

HO41 – Why dont children tell-v2

HO43 – CPS – Provision of therapy – v2

HO47 – Psychological and behavioural effects-v4

POWERPOINTS

PP01 – Introduction – v4

PP02 – What is rape and sexual abuse-v1

PP03 – Myths and Stereotypes – v4

PP04 – Hearing disclosure-v3

PP05 – Why don’t children tell – v1

PP08 – Boundaries-v2

PP11 – Who are the perpetrators – v4

PP12 – Childhood abuse – v3

PP13 – Attachment – v2

PP15 – Working with Trauma – v5

PP16 – Going to Court – v2

PP17 – Triggers and flashbacks-v2

PP18 – Self harm-v4

PP20 – Looking-after-ourselves – V3

PP21 – Anxiety and panic attacks – v1

PP22 – First Person Plural Dissociation