Safeguarding Children in the Therapeutic Process

Course Objective: to equip professionals who work therapeutically with children and young people with the knowledge required to keep the process safe


Learning Outcomes: by the end of the day participants will have had the opportunity to-


  • Learn about national and local safeguarding procedures
  • Explore the role of the therapist in working together with other child welfare agencies
  • Consider signs and indicators of abuse
  • Know how to respond to disclosures of maltreatment
  • Deal with dilemmas about confidentiality
  • Understand the process involved in allegations made by children and families against professionals


Gretchen Precey is an independent social worker, trainer and consultant who specialises in child protection practice. She offers courses on safeguarding at a national level to a variety of multi-agency child welfare groups and continues direct practice as an expert witness and assessor in complex cases for the family court.


*9.45 Registration, tea and coffee for a 10.00 start

6 hours continuing professional development (CPD)


Who should attend? 

This level 3 equivalent safeguarding training is specifically designed for psychotherapists working with children.

Fee: £100.00 plus vat - £120.00

Venue: National Council for Voluntary Organisations

Society Building, 8 All Saints Street,London N1 9RL

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Application for tickets:


           On line - see our web site –


           Or contact - The Administrator, CfED, 18a Clermont Road, Brighton, BN1 6SG

           Tel: 01273 561511    e-mail address –

            Payment by cheque and credit card - Cheques should be made payable to CfED


July 8th, 2017 9:45 AM   through   4:00 PM
National Council for Voluntary Organisations Society Building
8 All Saints Street
london, N1 9RL
United Kingdom
Phone: 01273 561511