DATE: 2nd May 2018
TIMINGS: Arrival 09.00 for 09.45 start, Finish at 16.40
VENUE: The Amadeus Centre, 50 Shirland Road, Little Venice, London W9 2JA
- Chief Constable Simon Bailey, the National Police Chiefs’ Lead for Child Protection
- A therapist and an offender talk together about the therapeutic process
- A survivor of sexual abuse
- A family member of someone convicted for committing a sexual offence
Sexual Offences and Sexual Abuse
This conference will allow you to get a first-hand account, from people who are directly involved with sexual offences. Through these conversations and presentations, delegates will get a direct understanding of the core issues.
Agenda (may be subject to change)
|10.00||Chief Constable Simon Bailey: National Police Chiefs’ Lead on Child Protection|
|10.45||An update from StopSO|
|12.00||Therapist and perpetrator-client talk together about the therapeutic journey|
|14.15||The experience of a family member of someone convicted of a sexual offence|
|15.00||A survivors perspective|
StopSO has introduced a ground-breaking way of reducing sexual offences in the UK, by offering therapy in the community, to people who feel at risk of committing (or who have already committed) a sexual offence. In 2017, StopSO was asked for therapy by over 1200 perpetrators.
This conference will allow you to get a first-hand account of the issues, through presentations from the people who are most involved in sexual offences. Presenters include: a perpetrator, a survivor, a policeman, comments from family members of perpetrators, and a therapist. Through these conversations and presentations, delegates will get a direct understanding of the struggles and the core issues. We will explore the therapeutic interventions that provided the most effective healing.
The conference will be of interest to anyone who is interested or working with the criminal justice system, mental health, child protection and exploitation. This will include (but not be limited to) Members of Parliament, probation officers, social workers, psychotherapists and counsellors, doctors, police, journalists and the general public.
Due to the sensitive nature of the presentations photography will not be allowed, and some presenters will use a pseudonym.
Costs for non-members
£90 for bookings by 31/01/18
£100 for bookings by 02/04/18
£120 full price
Please click here to book
Costs for members of the StopSO Therapist Network
StopSO Therapists Special Rate:
£75 for bookings by 02/04/18
£95 full price
The StopSO Therapist Network can click here to book
Please email [email protected] if you have any special dietary requirements
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