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Presentation of the book in Palma “Putting soul to pain: therapeutic intervention with children, girls and adolescents victims of sexual abuse” Thursday 3 June 2021

Cartel de invitación a la presentación del libro "Poniendo alma al dolor"Presential presentation of the book Putting soul to pain: therapeutic intervention with children, girls and adolescents victims of sexual abuse, with interventions of Serafín Carballo, Director of the Office for Children and Adolescents of the Ballearic Islands, and the authors of the book: Pepa Horno (coordinator), Elena Gonzalez, Carmen Ruiz and Carolina Moñino.

Date: Thursday 3 June 2021 to 19:30.

Place: Courtyard of Mercy- Palm
Hospital Square 4
07012 Palm
Majorca (Illes Balears)

Limited capacity

Organize: Moon Bookstore

[Original Entry 17 May 2021, updated 3 June 2021, date of the event].

Online presentation of the book “Putting soul to pain. Therapeutic intervention with children, girls and adolescents victims of child sexual abuse” the 22 April 2021

Cartel de invitación a la presentación del libro "Poniendo alma al dolor"Online presentation of the book Putting soul to pain. Therapeutic intervention with children, girls and adolescents victims of child sexual abuse, Organized by Official College of Psychology of the Balearic Islands (COPIB).

Moderate:

  • Coral Mínguez. Psychologist. Member of the Governing Board of Official College of Psychology of the Balearic Islands (COPIB).

Intervene:

  • Pepa Horno. Child psychologist and consultant, affection and protection. Book coordinator.
  • Elena Gonzalez. Psychologist. Therapist of the Child Sexual Abuse Treatment Unit (UTASI). Author of the book.
  • Carolina Moniño. Psychologist. Therapist of the Child Sexual Abuse Treatment Unit (UTASI). Author of the book.
  • Carmen ruiz. Psychologist. Therapist of the Child Sexual Abuse Treatment Unit (UTASI). Author of the book.

Date: Thursday, 22 April 2021 to 19:30 (Mallorca time).
Connection available by zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89473439082?pwd=ekIwSVVzZktxTWNQRzlTOW9ES3drdz09

[Original Entry 13 April 2021, updated 22 April 2021, date of the online event].

Affective-sexual education guide for adolescents “Dare to feel, dare to take care and take care of yourself” prepared by Itziar Fernández and Pepa Horno for the Burgos City Council


Since CI Spirals, we understand affective-sexual education as a human right of children, and adolescents; but also, as a preventive factor that contributes to promoting healthy physical and mental development from an early age.

Our body is a source of communication, affection, tenderness and pleasure. We are sexed beings and sexuality is a dimension of the human being from birth to death, there is enormous variability in the ways of living it, to express it, in the ways of being and relating.

There are many reports and investigations that have been warning of the problems associated with the consumption of pornography from an early age and its relationship with the perpetuation of gender violence in young couples and the increase in sexual violence both within and outside the couple.

When these and these teens have been asked, They report that they turn to the internet and their friends to solve all their doubts related to sexuality; and complain that school educational programs are fundamentally focused on the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, something that is necessary, but insufficient to understand the wide range of elements that make up a healthy affective-sexual and couple relationship.

And they are right: From educational contexts we have been addressing affective-sexual education treating different topics as if they were watertight compartments: we talk about stereotypes, gender violence, affective-sexual diversity, prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, leaving aside very important aspects.

The first part of your own denomination: education AFFECTIVE-sexual and everything that has to do with desire, eroticism and pleasure. With the arrival of adolescence, desire and sexual attraction are gaining ground. Body and hormonal changes are imposed and can generate a lot of uncertainty and insecurity. This can affect our self-esteem, and a fundamental step to be able to live our affective relationships in a safe and pleasant way is to feel good inside our own body. Pleasure is in the mind, and this is about loving and accepting us first.

The culture of the image and the bombardment of differential stereotypes for boys and girls through the networks does not help at all, quite the opposite, transmits an image of a "unique model" where they must fit in to feel accepted.

On the other hand, the way we express or live our sexuality is unique and personal. Diversity is part of human nature and there are as many ways of feeling and living as people on the planet. Questions arise like: “How is my body?”, “Who I am?”, “Who attracts me?”, “How do I show myself to the world?”. Approach diversity with respect for individuality, assuming a social responsibility to stop machismo, lgtbiphobia and transphobia will allow us to contribute to the establishment of more egalitarian relationships and to the fact that adolescence can be experienced with greater freedom.

Starting from this base, we want boys and girls to be able to clearly differentiate what an affective relationship is (you, free, safe and reciprocal) of a harmful relationship where we can fall into abusive models. That is why we have to talk about respect and care. Since CI Spirals today we spread the Affective-sexual education guide: Dare to feel, dare to take care and watch over you we have prepared Itziar Fernández Cortés and Pepa Horno Goicoechea for him Burgos City Council with illustrations of Patricia corrales, and that addresses affective-sexual education from this perspective, uniting the affectivity, sexuality and protection. We have written it in a direct and simple language so that it can be read directly by adolescents between 13 and 18 years, with some relevant information also for families.

We hope that your pages can be a material where adolescents find an answer to their curiosity., calling things by name, and highlighting the indivisible union between sexuality, affection, placer, respect and intimacy.

Itziar Fernandez and Pepa Horno

Presentation on prevention of child sexual abuse in the sports field in Huelva 11 April 2019

Exhibition “Prevention and detection of child sexual abuse in sport: Campaign materials ‘Child sexual abuse is out of play’ provided by F. Javier Romeo (coauthor of campaign materials “Child sexual abuse is out of play” #abusofueradejuego) and participatory discussion table “Key ideas for the prevention of child sexual abuse in sport” their participation, inside of Conference on awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse in sport organized by the Ministry of Tourism and Sport of the Junta de Andalucía through Andalusian Institute of Sport and the Territorial Education, Sport, Equality, Social policies and Reconciliation of Huelva.

Date: Thursday, 11 April 2019, the 09:30 a 14:30.

Place: Hall of the Faculty of Education, Psychology and Sports Science at the University of Huelva
campus “El Carmen”
Ave. Armed forces, s/n
21007 Huelva

More information and registration (to 8 April, free until full capacity) in the website of the Andalusian Institute of Sport.

Are available materials the bell “Child sexual abuse is out of play” #abusofueradejuego and this entry.

This event is part of a series of actions of the Andalusian Institute of Sport, including similar activity already done in Córdoba, and other scheduled activity in Seville.

[Original Entry 27 March 2019, updated 11 April 2019, date of celebration of the Day].

Presentation on prevention of child sexual abuse in sports arena in Seville 10 April 2019

Exhibition “Prevention and detection of child sexual abuse in sport: Campaign materials ‘Child sexual abuse is out of play’ provided by F. Javier Romeo (coauthor of campaign materials “Child sexual abuse is out of play” #abusofueradejuego) and participatory discussion table “Key ideas for the prevention of child sexual abuse in sport” their participation, inside of Conference on awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse in sport organized by the Ministry of Tourism and Sport of the Junta de Andalucía through Andalusian Institute of Sport and the Territorial Education, Sport, Equality, Social policies and Reconciliation Sevilla.

Date: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, the 09:30 a 14:30.

Place: University Pablo de Olavide. Auditorium
Carretera de Utrera s / n
41013 Seville

More information and registration (to 8 April, free until full capacity) in the website of the Andalusian Institute of Sport.

Are available materials the bell “Child sexual abuse is out of play” #abusofueradejuego and this entry.

This event is part of a series of actions of the Andalusian Institute of Sport, including similar activity already done in Córdoba, and other scheduled activity in Huelva.

[Original Entry 27 March 2019, updated 10 April 2019, date of celebration of the Day].

Presentation on prevention of child sexual abuse in sports arena in Cordoba 12 December 2018

Exhibition “Prevention and detection of child sexual abuse in sport: Campaign materials ‘Child sexual abuse is out of play’ provided by F. Javier Romeo (coauthor of campaign materials “Child sexual abuse is out of play”) #abusofueradejuego) and panel discussion “Key ideas for the prevention of child sexual abuse in sport” their participation, inside of Conference on awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse in sport organized by the Ministry of Tourism and Sport of the Junta de Andalucía through Andalusian Institute of Sport and the Territorial Delegation of Culture, Tourism and Sports of Córdoba.

Date: Wednesday, 12 December 2018, the 09:00 a 14:30.

Place: Territorial Delegation of Culture, Tourism and Sports of Córdoba
Capitulares, 2
14002 Córdoba

More information and registration (to 10 December, free until full capacity) in the website of the Andalusian Institute of Sport.

[Original Entry 29 November 2018, updated 12 December 2018, Date celebration of the Day].

Materials for the Campaign “Child Sexual Abuse Stays Offside” for the prevention and detection of child sexual abuse in sports

This entry is a version with the English-language materials Original entry into Spanish, you can read https://www.espiralesci.es/materiales-de-la-campana-el-abuso-sexual-infantil-queda-fuera-de-juego/

Child sexual abuse is a reality that affects children and adolescents in several domains of their life. And also in sports.

Therefore, it is for both of us, F. Javier Romeo and Pepa Horno, a big satisfaction our elaboration of the materials of the Campaign “Child Sexual Abuse Stays Offside” (in Spanish “Child sexual abuse is out of play” #abusofueradejuego), a campaign for the prevention and detection of child sexual abuse in sports coordinated by the Spanish High Council for Sports (Sports Council) and Youth Sports Foundation.

It has been a long process that has involved getting to know the experiences of sportsmen and sportswomen and of professionals that work in the domain of sports. We have discovered the specificities of the world of sports, both in its most protective aspects and in its risk factors, combined with our experience of de detection and prevention of child sexual abuse in other domains. We have found very useful our conversations with specific people and the collaboration of the wonderful monitoring team gathered by the Spanish High Council for Sports and Fundación Deporte Joven, that has counted with professionals from the UNICEF Spanish Committee, the Council of Europe and the non-profit organisation for protection in sports “air, Silver and Bronze” (“Gold, Silver and Bronze”). Their inputs and comments have helped us to adapt the messages to each level of intervention in sports.

The English version of these materials has been prepared by Victoria Kennedy and F. Javier Romeo.

The campaign, that is identified by the hashtag #abusofueradejuego #AbuseStaysOffside, has several materials that can be downloaded directly from the website of the campaign:

  • Three activity guides for the prevention of child sexual abuse for coaches and physical education teachers, that offer guidelines for introducing the ten key ideas through prevention activities that can be done during trainings. They are adapted to three groups:

The key messages are summarized in the hand post and in the bookmarks that can be used with children and adolescents.

Ages 3 to 6 Ages 7 to 12 Ages 13 to 17

All in all, these materials provide a big picture of the diverse aspects that need to be tackled in trainings, matches, competitions and environments in order to reduce child sexual abuse and to detect it quickly when it happens. In that way we can achieve the goal of ensuring that when children and adolescents practice sports, they grow and develop their best abilities while they rest protected and safe.

We hope that you will find them interesting and, above all, useful.

F. Javier Romeo and Pepa Horno

online course “affective-sexual education children, and adolescents” in September-October through the Childhood Observatory of Andalusia

online course “affective-sexual education children, and adolescents” given by Pepa Horno and F. Javier Romeo and organized by the Center for Children in Andalusia, aimed at professionals from Child Protective Centers, Family Treatment Equipment, Prevention Services and Family Support and Child Protective Services Board of Andalusia.

Pre-registration dates: to Friday 15 June 2018, included.

Undertaken: of Monday 17 September 2018 until Tuesday 16 October 2018.

Place: online course, be done online.

More information on program and Pre-registration online through the Andalusian School of Public Health.

Conference “The five key learnings of the affective-sexual education” in Manacor Valley (Majorca) the 9 May 2018

Conference “The five key learnings of sexual affective education” provided by Pepa Horno and organized by the CEIP APIMA Montaura.

Date: Wednesday 9 May 2018 to 19:00.

Place: Teatro de Manacor Valley
House of Culture of Manacor Valley
Calle Montaura s / n
Manacor Valley
Majorca

Price of admission: 3 EUR.

[Original Entry 18 April 2018, updated 9 May 2018, date of the event].

Campaign materials “Child sexual abuse is out of play” #abusofueradejuego prepared for the Superior Council of Sports and Youth Sports Foundation

Child sexual abuse is a reality that affects children, and adolescents in different areas of your life. Also in sports.

So it has been for both of us, F. Javier Romeo and Pepa Horno, satisfaction having developed the campaign materials “Child sexual abuse is out of play”, a campaign of prevention and detection of child sexual abuse in sport coordinated by the Sports Council and Youth Sports Foundation.

They have involved months of work devoted to the experiences and visions of athletes and professionals in the field of sport, which they have allowed us to discover the specificities of the sports world, both in its protective aspects and risk factors, combined with our experience in prevention and detection of child sexual abuse in other environments. The job, both specific people and with magnificent monitoring team assembled by the Superior Council of Sports and Youth Sports Foundation, which it included professionals Spanish UNICEF Committee, of Council of Europe and the non-profit organization of sports protection “air, Silver and Bronze”, It has helped us to tailor messages for people involved at every level.

In total the campaign, locatable by the hashtag #abusofueradejuego, It consists of five materials that can be downloaded directly from the Campaign website:

  • Three guides of prevention of child sexual abuse for coaches, coaches and physical education teachers, that can address prevention from activities that can be performed during training to work ten key messages of the campaign. They are adapted to three age ranges:

Together they provide an insight into the various aspects to be addressed from training, matches, competitions and spaces to reduce child sexual abuse and to detect quickly when it occurs. So you can make the time children, and adolescents engaged in sports helps them grow and make the best of their abilities, while contributing to its protection.

We hope you are of interest and, especially, practical and rapid implementation.

F. Javier Romeo and Pepa Horno


Upgrading to 31 May 2018:

To improve the identification of guidelines was published a second edition in which each cover has a different hue. This has been done to replace the first edition, I had the same tone in all documents, with differences in the circle on the subject. The content is the same. In addition to the links and bookmarks they are now also available poster with key messages.

3-6 years 7-12 years 13-17 years

Upgrading to 31 October 2018:

Already we have the version of all materials in English, as we in this post.

All the materials now in English, available from this post.

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