Turn the Page Overcoming harmful sexual behaviour

Turn the Page helps children and young people overcome feelings that have made them harm another child sexually.

We see boys and girls aged 5 to 18 and talk about ways to avoid harmful sexual behaviour. We do activities like playing games or storytelling together.

a boy and his mother looking at colourful paper sheetsHarmful sexual behaviour can be very confusing and upsetting for everyone in the family.

We talk about their strengths, to help them feel better about themselves and learn to handle problems positively.

We help their family so everyone can move on from the harmful sexual behaviour together.

Children's stories

"I'd pulled my bedroom door off its hinges a couple of times. I didn't know how to deal with my anger."

Read Robbie's story

Evaluating the impact

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Where Turn the Page is available


02920 108080


01228 521 829


0247 622 2456


028 2044 1690


01472 803 500

Leeds Bradford

01274 381 440

Newcastle upon Tyne

0191 227 5300


01733 207620


01752 422577

Stoke on Trent

01782 958100


01925 873 000


Who Turn the Page is for.

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Assessing the Risk, Protecting the Child

We assess and work with adults to reduce the risk of child sexual abuse.
Assessing the Risk service

Letting the Future In

Letting the Future In helps children who have been sexually abused.
Letting the Future In service

Women as Protectors

Helping mums and carers who are in contact with a man who poses a risk of sexual harm to children.
Women as Protectors service

National Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (NCATS)

Treating young high risk people who show the most serious kinds of harmful sexual behaviour.
NCATS - National Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service

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Harmful sexual behaviour

Children and young people who develop harmful sexual behaviour harm themselves and others.
Read more about harmful sexual behaviour

Sexual abuse

A child is sexually abused when they are forced or persuaded to take part in sexual activities. This doesn't have to be physical contact, and it can happen online.
Read more about sexual abuse


Children and young people can be groomed online or in the real world, by a stranger or by someone they know - a family member, friend or professional. 
Read more about grooming

Child abuse and neglect

Find out what child abuse is, how to spot the signs, who is affected and what you should do if you're worried about a child
More on abuse and neglect

Support our services

Our services help children and families who need support. With your help, we can make sure even more children are safe from abuse.

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Are You There?

We're calling on the government to help our Childline service be there for every child dealing with meantal health issues. 

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