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Jelly Beanz - Dealing with child sexual abuse in South Africa

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Posted on 23 May 2012 at 09:54




Two day seminar for helping professionals

31 May and 1 June 2012, Union Caterers Pretoria

Thursday 31 May 2012
08h00:Registration
08h30:Sexual abuse of children in South Africa: from baby rape to chat rooms
Marita Rademeyer (Clinical Psychologist)
09h30:Understanding the sexual offences act (2007) of South Africa
adv Carina du Toit (Centre for Child Law, University of Pretoria)
11h00:Tea
11h30:Assessments of child sexual abuse: a social work perspective
Edith Kriel (Social worker and Play therapist)
11h30:Medical assessments of child sexual abuse
Dr Susan Grabe (Medical doctor)
13h00:Lunch
13h45:Protecting children: lessons learnt from sexual offenders
Marita Rademeyer (Clinical Psychologist)
14h45:Effective management of sexual abuse in schools
Tinka Labuschagne (Education specialist, Gauteng department of education)
16h15:End of programme


Friday 1 June 2012
08h00:Cultural dimensions in dealing with child sexual abuse
Tshidi Maseko (Educational Psychologist and co-Director of Khanya Family Centre)
09h00:The non-offending parent in a family where sexual abuse has taken place
Louise Aucamp (Forensic specialist)
10h00:Tea
10h30:Children who abuse other children sexually
Dr Shaheda Omar (Teddy Bear clinic)
11h45:How do we prevent the sexual abuse of children? A research perspective
Louise Henderson (Researcher, Jelly Beanz inc)
12h15:Lunch
13h00:Therapeutic interventions with children who have been sexually abused
Edith Kriel (Social worker and Play therapist)
15h00:End of programme

For more information on this CPD event and more, please logon to www.mpconsulting.co.za
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