Turn the Page is a service for 12-18-year-old boys with harmful sexual behaviour (HSB), which is delivered at 12 NSPCC sites across the UK. It uses the Change for Good manual to look at the social and emotional challenges a young person is facing, help them change their behaviour and improve their wellbeing.
This is the final evaluation of Turn the Page. It focuses on the real world application of the Change for Good manual, looking at what works to help young people engage with and make progress on the programme.
We’ve also produced a technical report which describes the measures used to evaluate the programme in more detail. Our first evaluation shared findings from interviews held with young people, parents and carers, NSPCC practitioners and local agencies.
These reports are part of our Impact and evidence series.
Author: Emma Belton
Please cite as: Belton, E. (2017) Turn the Page: manualised treatment programme: final evaluation report. London: NSPCC
McCrory, E. and Walker-Rhymes, P. (ill.) (2011) A treatment manual for adolescents displaying harmful sexual behaviour: change for good. London: Jessica Kingsley.
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