Summary: Discusses family work with young people and carers affected by child sexual exploitation (CSE). Uses evidence from a literature review and data from an evaluation of the FCASE project, an early intervention project with young people at risk of or affected by CSE and their families. Finds that a separation between mainstream social work and CSE prevention work is not always helpful.
Authors: Roma Thomas and Kate D’Arcy
Journal: British Journal of Social Work (Vol.47, No.6), September 2017, pp 1686-1703