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We offer a number of programmes to help people move towards real change and understand their own, or their friend or family member’s, illegal behaviour. These are delivered on a 1-1 basis or in a group, online or in person.
In Scotland, all programmes are delivered free of charge.
While the idea of group-work can be quite daunting at first, we know from feedback how invaluable it can be for people. Our programmes are always delivered in a supportive and non-judgemental way.
To join a programme, contact us.
Inform plus programme
This is a ten week psycho-educational programme for individuals who have come to the attention of the criminal justice system, or are worried about their online behaviour and viewing child sexual abuse images. It will cover such topics as:
- The criminal justice system
- Behaviours and rewards of online behaviour
- The impact of accessing images on child victims
- Living a good life free from offending
This is a six week psycho-educational programme for family members of those under investigation for online offences. The aim is to help people make some sense of recent events relating to their loved one’s behaviour and to build knowledge and confidence in relation to the next steps to take.
Breaking the links programme
This is a ten week psycho-educational programme for individuals who are worried about their sexual thoughts towards children (offline and online), but have experienced trauma themselves.
Inform Young People
We provide a 1-1 only programme for young people, aged 21 and under, who have displayed problematic sexual behaviour online. The service also engages with parents about online prevention.