Understanding and working with the consequences of child sex abuse

Asylum Associates & MMU Present a Three Day Congress

Understanding and Working with the Consequences of Childhood Sexual Abuse

8th, 9th & 10th November 2011, Center Parcs, Sherwood Forest, Nottingham NG22 9DN

This congress looks to explore child sexual abuse which is a global problem that negatively affects many women and men. It will aim to highlight the long term detrimental effects such as mental, physical and emotional problems. It will explore ways of making sense of a person’s experience in relation to the abuse suffered. It will highlight the tactics used by abusers; it will also explore ways of unpacking frozen terror associated with child sexual abuse.

Speakers include:

Samantha Warner, Marius Romme, Sandra Escher, Ron Coleman, Peter Bullimore, Mike Lew, Bob Johnson, Simon Mullins, Kate Crawford, Ron Coleman, Rufus May, Clare Shaw, Sarah Nelson, Gail Coleman, Jacqui Dillon, Paul Hammersley

Some of the topics included will be

Self Harm, Hearing Voices, Paranoia, Dissociative Identities, Spirituality and CSA, Physical effects of CSA, Tactics of CSA, The Law and Sexual Assault, Suicide Prevention, Bi Polar and CSA, Children and Voices, Male Survivors, Supporting Families of CSA, Working with Fear and Trauma.

Further details, fees and booking form click on link November 2011 Understanding and working with the consequences of sexual abuse congress


If you would like to present a paper, run a workshop or symposium; please submit an outline of presentation, no less than 500 words and brief biography of self and return to:

[email protected] or [email protected] or Asylum Associates

One response to “Understanding and working with the consequences of child sex abuse”

  1. Peter Johnson

    This looks really good £120.00 for a 3 day international conference I will be there

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