What To Do When Children DiscloseHow to respond when children tell you their difficult stuff...
‘Extremely helpful, practical guidance for those of us working with these very vulnerable young people who put their trust in us.’
‘Jonny just gets it and helps to clarify the very muddy waters over disclosures.’
‘I really like the way this is written and believe it will be a useful resource for many.’
‘An easy read, it will enable those who are privileged to be “chosen” to hear a child’s disclosure, giving them the confidence to take appropriate action.’
‘That is a very clear analysis and a simply written piece of work. Precise, easy to follow and in layman’s terms.’
This is an e-book – available in electronic form only…
What this book's about...
I’ve been asked on a number of occasions whether I have anything available that would provide information on what to do when children talk about what’s happened to them – disclosure.
The impression I get from these questions, is that not only do people want something that will help them decide what best to do, but that they want something that is easy to understand and very practical.
That is what I’ve tried to do here.
Basically, the information that follows is a pulling together of what I’ve written
previously on the blog. There have been various posts over the last few years which have looked at the issue of responding to children’s disclosures of abuse.
What I’ve done here is to amalgamate that material and add in one or two new thoughts and ideas along the way.
I wish you all the very best as you work to protect and respond to the troubled kids in your care. Go for it!
Cheers, Jonny (Get your copy for £X.XX TBC, here…)
Check out the contents...
CONTENTS OF THE BOOK:
Thanks, welcome & introduction
Be clear at the outset
Why ‘passing it on’ is the wrong approach
A word about information sharing
What does a disclosure tell us?
The privilege of a disclosure
Listening – the greatest gift of all
Keeping a record of it all
Why some children struggle to tell
No-one Noticed, No-one Heard
What comes first?
How we can help
Looking after yourself