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2019 ATSA CONFERENCE SCHEDULE AND ABSTRACTS

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6
(Pre-Conference Seminars)
 FULL DAY
 HALF DAY AM
 HALF DAY PM
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7
(Concurrent Program)
 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
   1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
   3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  POSTERS
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8
(Concurrent Program)
 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
   1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
‚Äč   3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  POSTERS


Wednesday November 6, 2019
8:30 AM  - 5:00 PM

FULL DAY 

D-01    ARMIDILO-S: An Instrument to Manage Risk for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

D-02    STABLE-2007 Practice Update and Training

D-03    Violence Risk Scale-Sexual Offense Version (VRS-SO) Training

D-04    Building (Or Rebuilding) a Strong Foundation: From Principles to Practice in Adult Sexual Abuser Treatment

D-05    Assessment and Treatment Considerations for Offenders Who Access Child Sexual Exploitation Materials

D-06    Risk/Needs/Responsivity – Putting it All Together in Community Based Supervision

D-07    Introduction to the Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents Who Have Sexually Offended

D-08    Forensic Assessment with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Best Practices & Intervention

D-09    Treatment for Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior and Traumatic Stress Symptoms

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Wednesday November 6, 2019
8:30 AM  - 12:00 PM

HALF DAY AM

A-10    Optimizing Management of Hypersexuality and Sexual Preoccupation by the Combined Use of Medication and Behavioral Techniques

A-11    Keeping the Brain in Mind: Neuroscience and Adolescent Sexual Behavior Problems

A-12    Hopeless Cases: Principles and Strategies for Working with Intractable Cases

A-13    The Links between Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB) and Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Girls

A-14    Being Proactive & Prevention-Oriented: Strengths-Based Interventions

A-15    Healthy Sexuality: A Critical Component to Address Future Sexual Violence

A-16    The Ever-Increasing Online Sexual Offending Epidemic

A-17    Conducting Program Evaluation in Practice Settings

A-18    Preparing the NextGen: A Networking and Professional Development Workshop Series – Building Foundational Skills

A-19    Laboratory-Based Research on Sexual Violence and Bystander Intervention: A Critical Review of Best Practices

A-20   Ethically Navigating Challenging Work: The 2017 ATSA Code of Ethics

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Wednesday November 6, 2019
1:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

HALF DAY PM

 

P-21    Translating Risk, Need, and Responsivity (RNR) Principles into Supervisory and Clinical Practice

P-22    Community Partnership Supervision and Treatment Specific to Homeless and Mentally Disordered

P-23    Sibling Sexual Abuse: Joining Together for Hope & Healing

P-24    Addressing Trauma & Sexually Harmful Behavior:  Skills for Healthy Living

P-25    Treatment of Sexually Abusive Youth with Consideration of Developmental Trauma and Pornography Consumption
            (Resilience Training for Sex Offender Treatment Practitioners: The Challenge of Change - CANCELLED)

P-26    Computer Safety for Persons who have Committed a Sexual Offense

P-27    Cognitive Distortion or Social Norm? Identifying and Addressing Sociocultural Factors in Treatment.

P-28    Preparing Your Practice to Facilitate Research

P-29    Preparing the NextGen: A Networking and Professional Development Workshop Series – Enhancing Your Abilities

P-30    Assessing Adult Court Transfer of Juveniles Charged with Sex Offenses

P-31    The Links between Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB) and Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Young Men

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Thursday November 7, 2019
10:30 AM  - 12:00 PM

ADULT

T-01    Risk-Need-Responsivity Principles Also Apply to Diverse Clinical Forensic Populations in the Conceptualization and Management of Sexual Violence Risk

T-02    New Avenues in the Treatment of Sexual Self Regulation

T-03    One Size Does Not Fit All: Latinx Sexual Offenders

T-04    Be an Informed Consumer of Sexual Violence Risk Assessments

T-05    Exploring and Understanding the Experiences of People Who Own Sex Dolls

T-06    Fidelity in Treatment Delivery and Evaluation

 

ADULT & YOUTH

T-07    What Does It Look Like? Advancing Institutional Commitment to Preventing Sexual Abuse

T-08    Motivational Interviewing in Clinical Supervision

T-09    Compassion Fatigue and Secondary Trauma Among Clinicians Treating Sex Offenders in Correctional Settings

T-10    A Symposium on Registries and Community Notification

T-11    Therapists and Probation Officers: Shaping the Future of This Relationship

T-12    Working with the Media to Maximize the Impact of Your Message


YOUTH

T-13    Helping Parents Shape Their Family’s Future When a Youth Has Offended

T-14    Implementing Effective Interventions with Juveniles Who Have Sexually Offended

T-15    Considering the Treatment Needs and Learning Styles of ID Youth with Sexual Behavior Problems: One Size Does Not Fit All

T-16    Adolescents Who Have Engaged in Sexually Abusive Behavior: Pathway and Externalizing Disorders

T-17    My Digital Journey (MDJ): A Reflective Tool to Help Understand and Chronicle a Youth’s Digital Experience

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Thursday November 7, 2019
1:30 PM  - 3:00 PM

ADULT

T-18    They Need Somebody and Not Just Anybody: Help-Seeking Behavior in Minor-Attracted Persons and Their Informal Network

T-19    Pathways Model for Online Child Sexual Exploitation Material Offending: Research and Clinical Practice

T-20    New Paradigms in Prevention

T-21    Working with Transgendered Individuals Who Sexually Harm

T-22    What's Next: Post Treatment Measures for High Needs Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

T-23    Adding Tools to Your Toolbox: Adapting Therapeutic Interventions from General Clinical Practice to Address Dynamic Risk/Need


ADULT & YOUTH

T-24   Child Sexual Abuse: Promoting Primary Prevention

T-25   Using Bernard’s Discrimination Model of Supervision to Address Vicarious Trauma for Counselors Treating Sex Offenders

T-26   Sex, Priests and Power: Anatomy of a Crisis

T-27   6th Annual Clinical Case and Data Blitz

T-28   Stigma and Barriers to Community Support

T-29   Taking ATSA's Knowledge into the Campus Community


YOUTH

T-30    Multidisciplinary Group Interventions for Adolescents in Residential Treatment

T-31    Evaluating Your Practice with Sexually Abusive Adolescents

T-32    Touch Is Not Evil:  Helping Youth Understand Healthy Touch

T-33    Pornography and Adolescents Who Have Engaged in Sexually Abusive Behavior

T-34    Pre-Adjudication to Community Reintegration Through Public-Public Partnerships

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Thursday November 7, 2019
3:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

ADULT

T-35    Challenging Assumptions About Offending Risk, Psychopathy, and Atypical Sexuality

T-36    Assessment-Based Treatment Using the MIDSA

T-37    Denial and Minimization: Motivations, Functions, and Outcomes

T-38    Treating High-Risk Clients; Meeting Them Where They Are

T-39    Shaping the Future: The Role of Choice Theory and Reality Therapy in Treating Adult Male Sex Offenders

T-40    Professional Exploitation: When the Therapist Becomes the Offender

T-41    CoSA & Community Re-Integration

T-42    ACEs in Forensic Mental Health

 

ADULT & YOUTH 

T-43    "Ask the Expert" Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Sex Offending Behavior - Panel Discussion

T-44    Applying Mindfulness to the Treatment of Sexual Abusers: Three Strategic Targets

T-45    The Pornography Debate: Reflections on Years of Research, Practice, and Misunderstanding

 

YOUTH

T-46    Developmentally-Informed Treatment or Trauma-Informed Treatment: A Conversation

T-47    Assessing and Treating More Generally Delinquent Sexually Abusive Adolescents

T-48    Working with Foster Parents to Prevent Problematic Sexual Behavior

T-49    Trauma and Its Impact Among Adolescents who have Engaged in Sexually Abusive Behavior

T-50    Assessing Adolescent Risk

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Friday November 8, 2019
10:30 AM  - 12:00 PM

ADULT

F-01    Assessing Sexual Interest in Rape

F-02    Sentencing and Management: Public Perceptions, Effectiveness, and an Evidence-Based Approach

F-03    Recidivism and Other Outcomes Among Sexual Offenders Committed as “Sexually Violent Predators” in California

F-04    Private Practice Professionals Preparing for Court Reports and Testimony: Ethical and Procedural Issues

F-05    Ethical and Clinical Issues in Treating Non-Justice-Involved People with Pedophilia and/or Hebephilia

F-06    Understanding the Narrative: Dynamic Risk and the Practical Application of Trauma-Informed Care

F-07    Problematic Sexual Arousal in Women

 

ADULT & YOUTH 

F-08    Strengths-Based SOS Services: 41 Interventions for At-Risk (At-Promise) Clients

F-09    Using Neuroception in SOS Groups to Activate Engagement, Reduce Defensiveness, and Improve Self-Regulation

F-10    Supervising Eeyores and Tiggers:  Strategies for Clinical Supervision

F-11    Stigma in Minor Attracted Persons

F-12    Everything RJ - Behind the Scenes of an Interactive Documentary

 

YOUTH

F-13    Pre-Adjudicatory Assessment: Do or Do Not…

F-14    “You Had Me at Hello” How to Help our Clients Make and Keep Respectful, Healthy Relationships

F-15    Youth and Psychopathy

F-16    Community Attitudes Towards Youth and International Perspectives

F-17    Examining Youth Encounters with CSAM

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Friday November 8, 2019
1:30 PM  - 3:00 PM

ADULT

F-18    Thinking, Drinking, and Intervening in the Dynamics of Sexual Aggression

F-19    GA Sex Offender Management and Collaboration

F-20    Age & Sexual Violence Risk

F-21    Strategies to Engage Offender Families Within the Sex Offender Supervision and Treatment Process

F-22    Applying Evidenced-Based Practice to the Supervision of Individuals Convicted of Sexual Crimes

F-23    Sex Offenders in Denial: Treatment and Management

F-24    Exploring the Role of Treatment Responsivity in Client Success

F-25    Institutional Climate of Treatment

 

ADULT & YOUTH

F-26    Criminal Justice, Offender Management, and Violence Prevention: Building Necessary Collaborations

F-27    Challenges and Strategies for Managing Clinical Teams Working with Individuals Who Have Committed Sexual Abuse

F-28    Shaping the Future by Understanding the Past: The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences in Three Different Populations

F-29    How Pre and Post-Conviction Experiences Shape Our Clients: Legal, Forensic, and Clinical Considerations for All Professionals

 

YOUTH

F-30    Assessment & Family Skills Training: How to Keep Families Together in the Wake of Sexual Abuse

F-31    Mental Health and Juvenile Justice: Collaborative Treatment for Juvenile Sexual Offenders

F-32    Assessing Youths' Treatment Progress

F-33    Autism & Youthful Offenders: Understanding the Impact of ASD on Your Client

F-34    Adverse Childhood Experience and Trauma Among Youth

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Friday November 8, 2019
3:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

ADULT

F-35    Offense-Related Biomarkers in Pedophilia

F-36    Internal and External Factors Impacting Supervised Release Adjustment

F-37    Understanding the Complexities and Structure of Hypersexuality

F-38    Morbidity and Mortality in People Who Sexually Offend

F-39    Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Treating People with Problematic Sexual Behaviors

F-40    Shaping the Future of Risk Management: Understanding and Assessing Protective Factors

F-41    Exploring the Lived Experiences of Intimate Partners of Sex Offenders; A Phenominological Inquiry

F-42    Steps Towards Integration - Trust Programs

F-43    Keys to Successful Community Re-Integration

 

ADULT & YOUTH

F-44    Roundtable on the Risk Management Integration of People Who Have Been Convicted of Sexual Abuse Back into the Community

F-45    Reducing Bias in Decision Making

F-46    Prevention, Victim/Survivor Services, and Sex Offender Management: Working Together for a Common Mission

 

YOUTH

F-47    Attachment and How it Relates to Sexual Offending Behavior in Adolescent Males

F-48    Responsible Behavior with Younger Children:  A School-Based Prevention Intervention

F-49    Assessing and Treating Risk of Nonsexual Recidivism in Juveniles Who Sexually Offended

F-50    Addressing Sibling Sexual Abuse

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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 November 7, 2019
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 November 8, 2019
1:30 PM – 6:00 PM
 

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