Reducing Sexual Abuse - an interview with Juliet Grayson (30 mins + a bonus video)
This includes an interview with Juliet on how to reduce sexual abuse by offering therapy to non-offending paedophiles & people who commit sexual offences.
Please read prior to beginning the interview
Watch the interview here
Audio of the interview
Additional: An interview with Juliet Grayson from Channel 4
Additional: audio of Channel 4 interview
Feedback form and certificate
The impact of trauma is held in the body - as well as the mind. Thus the healing of child sexual abuse happens most effectively when both mind and body are involved. The body-based therapy Pesso Boyden System of Psychotherapy (PBSP) does this.
Successful therapy with perpetrators is hugely dependent on the therapeutic relationship. William and Juliet will be sharing thoughts about how to work with this client group, and how to support supervisees.
Juliet Grayson interviews Simon Roe about men and domestic abuse, including men being victims of domestic abuse.
This talk explores shame as a binding link between trauma, abuse and dysfunction. Locked into behaviours that ensured survival, shamed individuals are often unable to complete emotional cycles and move on, leaving them diminished and trapped.
Sandy Cotter describes the work of Al Pesso and the Pesso Boyden System of Psychotherapy and how it works with trauma. This course includes a real client session demonstrating the PB structure, as well as a Q and A session.