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2018 ATSA CONFERENCE SCHEDULE AND ABSTRACTS

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17
(Pre-Conference Seminars)
 FULL DAY
 HALF DAY AM
 HALF DAY PM
THURSDAY OCTOBER 18
(Concurrent Program)
 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
   1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
   3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  POSTERS
FRIDAY OCTOBER 19
(Concurrent Program)
 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
   1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
‚Äč   3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  POSTERS


Wednesday October 17, 2018
8:30 AM  - 5:00 PM

FULL DAY 

D-01    Static-99R Training: How to Score, Interpret and Report Scores

D-02    Working Through Trauma and Harmful Sexual Behavior: Developing Skills for Everyday Life

D-03    Preparing the NextGen: A Professional Development Workshop for Students   FREE for students! 

D-04    How to Use the Sex Offender Treatment Intervention and Progress Scale (SOTIPS)

D-05    Escaping the Black Box of Supervision

D-06    Better Together: Incorporating a Strengths-Based, Holistic Orientation into Risk Management

D-07    Making Violence Sexy? Pornography, Young People and Sexual Abuse Prevention

D-08    Addressing Bias: Towards More Objective, Accurate Assessments of Sexual Offenders

D-09    From Surviving to Thriving When Working with Sex Offenders: The Challenge of Change (C of C) Resilience Training TM

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Wednesday October 17, 2018
8:30 AM  - 12:00 PM

HALF DAY AM

A-10    On Being a Clinical Supervisor: The Importance of Mentorship, Role of the Supervisor and Supervision Approaches & Strategies

A-11    Risk, Need, and Responsivity (RNR): From Principles to Practice

A-12    Treatment Considerations for Offenders Who Access Child Sexual Exploitation Materials

A-13    Women Who Sexually Offend: Gender-Informed Assessment and Treatment

A-14    Assessing Treatment Needs and Progress When Youth Have Sexually Abused

A-15    Childhood Sexuality and Development Normative Behaviors Versus Concerning or Risk Behaviors

A-16    Understanding and Evaluating Research Studies: The Basics

A-17    Disability Informed Therapy As It Applies to Offenders with Intellectual Disabilities

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Wednesday October 17, 2018
1:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

HALF DAY PM

P-18    Revising Risk Assessments:  Dynamic Risk Factors and Years Offense-Free

P-19    Understanding and Treating Urges and Fantasies

P-20    Translating Trauma-Informed Care Concepts into Practice with Adults

P-21    Risk Needs and What?!?!?! Strategies to Address Responsivity with an Intellectual Disability Population

P-22    A User-Friendly Approach to ATSA's Adolescent Guidelines

P-23    "Adolescent Treatment 101”: Introduction to Working with Adolescents Who Have Sexually Offended

P-24    FASD: Uncovering the Hidden Disability

P-25    The Young and the Restless: Assessment and Intervention Strategies for Persistent, Sexually Violent Youth and Young Adults

P-26    The 2017 ATSA Code of Ethics: Navigating Challenging Work Ethically

P-27    Women Working in Criminal Justice: Navigating Professional Challenges

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Thursday October 18, 2018
10:30 AM  - 12:00 PM

ADULT

T-01    Toward an Improved Understanding of Hypersexuality 

T-02    Emotion Processing and Emotion Regulation in Adult Male Sexual Offenders 

T-03    Estimating Real Lifetime Rates of Sexual Recidivism

T-04    Minnesota’s DRA Initiative, Compelling Results Achieved Through Enhanced Supervision

T-05    ‘I’m Grieving’: A Qualitative Analysis of Families’ Experiences of Having a Family Member Convicted of a Sexual Offence

T-06    The Process Is the Punishment: How the Criminal Prosecution of Your Clients Impacts Treatment Engagement

T-07    Community Based Treatment for Individuals Who Have Sexually Offended: Application of the Risk, Need, and Responsivity (RNR) Model


ADULT & YOUTH

T-08    Sexual Fantasies of Clinical and Non-Clinical Populations: Similarities and Differences

T-09    Better Together: Culturally-Informed Prevention and Intervention Innovations from Down Under

T-10    Looking After Ourselves

T-11    What Does the Future Hold for Youthful Offenders?


YOUTH

T-12    The Help Wanted Project: Results from Phase II 

T-13    How Abuse Experiences May Impact Youth 

T-14    Family Interrupted: When Sexual Abuse Happens 

T-15    How Developmental Trauma Impacts Our Therapeutic Partnerships with Sexually Abusive Youth

T-16    The Role of Mindfulness in Sexual Abuser Treatment

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Thursday October 18, 2018
1:30 PM  - 3:00 PM

ADULT

T-17    Ensuring Responsive Treatment Options for Persons with IDPSB

T-18    Long-Term Follow-Up of Sexual Offenders on Community Supervision

T-19    Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: An Evaluation of Stop It Now! Flanders & the Netherlands

T-20    An Examination of Psychologically Meaningful Factors Associated with Online and Contact Sexual Offending Against Children

T-21    Manualized Programs: What Happened to Sexual Self-Regulation and Risk, Needs, Responsivity?

T-22    Females Who Sexually Offend

T-23    Therapeutic Sex Drive Reductions


ADULT & YOUTH

T-24   Applying Environmental Criminology to Sexual Offending

T-25   Applying Mindfulness to Enhance Treatment of Sexual Abusers: Three Strategic Targets

T-26   Essential Elements of a Delivery System for Effective Treatment

T-27   5th Annual Student Clinical Case and Data Blitz


YOUTH

T-28    Pathways to Youth Sexual Violence: Abuse, Attachment, and Dysregulation

T-29    Peer Group Influence 

T-30    Neuroscience and Adolescent Sexual Behavior Problems: Developmental and Treatment Issues

T-31    Integrating the "Me Too" Movement into PROTECT Treatment Programs

T-32    A Work in Tandem: Effective Community-Based Supervision and Treatment of Juveniles Charged with Sexual Offenses

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Thursday October 18, 2018
3:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

ADULT

T-33    Deepening Our Understanding of Dynamic Risk: Theory and Practice

T-34    Measures of Pedophilic Interest: How Valid Are They? 

T-35    Risk-Need-Responsivity Applications in Sexual Violence Risk Assessment, Treatment, and Management

T-36    A Non-Avoidance Based Approach to Managing Sex Offenders and Technology

T-37    Recasting the Containment Approach to Enhance Team Collaboration and Responsivity 

T-38    What ATSA Members Need to Know About Working with Minor-Attracted Persons Prior to Offending

T-39    Entrenched Antisociality

T-40    Validating Risk Assessment Tools


ADULT & YOUTH 

T-41    International Approaches to Professional, Public and Policy Maker Engagement on Sexual Abuse

T-42    Heavy Petting: A Forensic Expert's Guide to Bestiality

T-43    Hopeless Cases: Principles and Strategies for Working with Intractable Cases


YOUTH

T-44    Early Risk and Protective Factors of Sexual Violence and Abuse: An International Developmental Perspective

T-45    Digital Safety “101” for Practitioners

T-46    Using a DBT Approach with Young People Who Experience Learning and Developmental 

T-47    Helping Families Become Better Together: Group for Parents/Caregivers of Adolescents Who Have Sexually Offended

T-48    Denial in Adolescents

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Friday October 19, 2018
10:30 AM  - 12:00 PM

ADULT

F-01    Gender-Specific Risk Assessment Among Females

F-02    Examining and Validating Predictors Among Incarcerated and Community-Based Offenders

F-03    Structure and Covariates of the Agonistic Continuum: Assessment and Treatment Implications

F-04    Restorative Justice or Dangerous Liaisons? Survivors Who Support Sex Offenders

F-05    How Do We Characterize Risk?

F-06    Institution Based Programs

F-07    Assessing Internet Sex Offenders 

F-08    The Current State of Sex Offender Registration, Registries and Implementation


ADULT & YOUTH 

F-09    Prevalence, Risk, and Management of Sexual Offenders in Australia

F-10    How Should We Communicate Offender Risk to Laypeople? 

F-11    Political and Personal Dilemmas in Rescuing Children from Online Child Sexual Abuse

F-12    Autism Spectrum Disorders & Sexuality: Best Practices in Identifying Risky Sexual Behavior


YOUTH

F-13    Understanding Adolescents Who Have Committed Sibling Incest

F-14    Therapy Interfering Behaviors

F-15    When You Need to Update Your Programs: Tips and Challenges

F-16    ADHD, and Learning Disabilities Diagnoses: Translating Treatment for Youth Who Have Sexually Offended

F-17    Interacting with and Interviewing Youth and Families During Assessments

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Friday October 19, 2018
1:30 PM  - 3:00 PM

ADULT

F-18    New Research Methodologies in Risk Assessment:  Lessons from Developmental Life Course Criminology

F-19    Intimate Partner Sexual Violence: Definitions, Profile, Criminogenic Needs, and Future Directions

F-20    The Use of Risk Assessment with Child Pornography Offenders Under Federal Supervision 

F-21    Involving the Community

F-22     Using Group to Treat Attachment Deficits and Promote Good Lives


ADULT & YOUTH

F-23    Working with Cognitive Limitations

F-24    We Don't Talk About That - Addressing Transference & Counter-Transference Professionally

F-25    Sex Trafficking

F-26    Are We Listening?: Valuing All Individuals Impacted by Sexual Victimization 

F-27   "Dynamic Smackdown” Dynamic Assessment – Promise or Pretext? (Part 1)

F-28    Teaching Good Sex: A Method for Violence Prevention 


YOUTH

F-29   The Final “R” in the RNR Model: An Empirical Blueprint 

F-30    School Intervention & Prevention

F-31    Program Integrity in Youth Programs

F-32    Talking to Adolescents About Pornography: An Evidence-Informed Approach to Teaching ‘Pornography Literacy’ (Part 1)

F-33    Prosocial Assessment and Treatment Methods for Juveniles

F-34    Caregiver Support Group and Multi-Family Group Therapy Interventions

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Friday October 19, 2018
3:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

ADULT

F-35    Structure and Covariates of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Coercion

F-36    Better Together: Bridging the Worlds of Community Supervision, Treatment, Research, and Policy

F-37    Diversity in Sexual Murderers

F-38    How to Conduct "Sexual Abuser Risk of Sexual Harm to Children Assessments" Using the ROSAC

F-39    Intersection of Clinical and Law Enforcement 

F-40    Exploring Why Men View Internet Child Pornography; Implications for Treatment, Research, and Prevention

F-41    Measuring Pedophilic Preference


ADULT & YOUTH

F-42    Considering Trauma in Treatment 

F-43    "Dynamic Smackdown" Dynamic Assessment - Promise or Pretext? (Part 2) 

F-44    Mandatory Reporting in the Context of Primary Prevention Programming

F-45    Exploring the Relationship Between Traumatic Brain Injuries and Sexually Offensive and Offending Behaviors

F-46    Three Critical Practices in Feedback-Informed Treatment
 

YOUTH

F-47    Placing 'Context' at the Heart of Sexual Abuse Prevention

F-48    Child Sexual Abuse: Disclosure and Investigation

F-49    Typologies of Adolescents

F-50    Talking to Adolescents About Pornography: An Evidence-Informed Approach to Teaching ‘Pornography Literacy’ (Part 2)

F-51    Practice Self-Regulation: An Innovative Practice for Preventing Problem Sexual Behavior in Youth

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POSTER SESSIONS

Conference participants are not required to register for poster sessions.  The poster boards will be available for viewing from 1:30 PM to 6:00 PM.  The authors of the poster presentations will be at their boards from 5:15 PM to 6:00 PM to discuss their work with conference participants.

Thursday October 18, 2018
1:30 PM – 6:00 PM
 

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POSTER SESSIONS

Conference participants are not required to register for poster sessions.  The poster boards will be available for viewing from 1:30 PM to 6:00 PM.  The authors of the poster presentations will be at their boards from 5:15 PM to 6:00 PM to discuss their work with conference participants.

Friday October 19, 2018
1:30 PM – 6:00 PM
 

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