Webcams face to face sexual
Most young people are comfortable communicating and sharing online so it is understandable that they may use the internet to explore sex and relationships.
This may be natural but there are some very real risks.
The existence of images can make it hard to feel that the abuse has come to an end and young people may struggle, feeling that they were to blame even though their actions were directed by the offender.
Children then feel trapped, forced to do whatever the offender wants or face the embarrassment of family or friends seeing them naked or engaging in sexual acts.
It’s never their fault, the offender has committed a serious sexual crime and the images are evidence of Even though the children involved may never meet the offender face to face, this is sexual abuse.
Children forced, tricked or persuaded to participate in the abuse, for example by performing sexual acts on themselves, may be left with long term trauma from the experience and can suffer just as much harm as those who are abused by an offender in the ‘real’ world.
We find that people usually feel greatly relieved and happier having had a chance to talk through things.
Clients have also told us they found our therapy helped them with: Accessible – Get regular therapeutic help at home or on your travels – webcam therapy fits your lifestyle better if you have to travel for your work or studies.
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This can start a cycle of abuse with offenders making increasing demands for the children to appear on webcam and perform sexual acts.