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Wednesday, October 30




Thursday, October 31

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM


Friday, November 1

1:00 PM- 2:30 PM

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM


Wednesday, October 30, 2013
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

D-1    Using Behavioral and Pharmaceutical Methods to Reduce or Block Deviant Sexual Fantasies

D-2    Problematic Sexual Behavior in Children & Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders

D-3    Adult Treatment 101  CLOSED

D-4    How to Conduct a Meta-Analysis

D-5    STABLE-2007 and ACUTE-2007 Training: The Basics of Dynamic Risk Assessment

D-6    Community Supervision of Adult Sex Offenders

D-7    Forensic Report Writing: Principles and Fundamentals

D-8    Motivational and Therapeutic Engagement with Sexual Offenders

D-9    Using the MIDSA to Assess the Treatment Needs of Adults and Juveniles Who Sexually Offend

D-10    Introduction to the Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents Who Have Sexually Offended

Wednesday, October 30, 2013
8:30 am - 12:00 pm

A-11   A Summary of How to Score the ARMIDILO-S Instrument

A-12   Understanding Substance Use Disorders and their Relationship to Sexual Offending, Treatment and Client Outcomes  CLOSED

A-13    Guiding Sexual Offender Management and Treatment Using Risk-Need-Responsivity Principles  CLOSED

A-14    Report Writing for Static-99R and Static-2002R

A-15   The Process of Family and Group Treatment with Male Adolescent Sexual Abusers and Their Families

A-16    A Primer on the Statistical Aspects of Sexual Offender Risk Assessment, with a Focus on Static-99R

A-17    Adolescents who have Engaged in Abusive Sexual Behaviors: Empirically & Ethically Supported Practice Guidelines  CLOSED

A-18    Psychopharmacologic Tools in the Treatment of Sex Offenders

A-19    Expert Testimony: Effective Communication in the Courtroom

A-20    The Impact of Child Trauma  CLOSED

A-21    Understanding the Pedophilia and the Brain: A Recap and Update

Wednesday, October 30, 2013
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

P-22   Tough Decisions: Reunification in Sibling Abuse

P-23   Group Interventions for Sexual Offenders

P-24   Does Your Program Deliver? Three Steps You Can Take to Document and Improve Your Program’s Integrity

P-25   Applying the Good Lives Model in the Treatment of Sexual Offenders

P-26   The Role of the Polygraph in the Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offenders

P-27   Promising Practices in the Primary Prevention of Sexual Assault

P-28   Ethical and Legal Issues in Sex Offender Treatment

P-29   Assessment and Treatment of Internet Sex Offenders  CLOSED

P-30   Normative Sexual Behavior Development in Children  CLOSED

P-31   Assessment and Treatment of High Risk Sexual Offenders: Practical Guidelines for Clinicians

P-32   Assessments of Sexually Abusive Youth within a Developmental Framework: The Role of Self-Regulation Problems and

         Social Skill Deficits

Thursday, October 31, 2013
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm 
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T-1   Challenging the Status Quo

T-2    Desistance is a Team Sport: Shouldering the Burden Together

T-3    Treatment Evaluation of the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld: Further Insights

T-4    Characteristics of Internet Sex Offenders: Theory, Updated Research, and Future Directions  CLOSED

T-5    Computer-Generated Sexual Stimuli, Virtual Immersion and the Neurobiology of Self-Regulation in Pedophiles

T-6    Gender-Specific Criminal Features of Female Sexual Offenders and their Implications for Risk Assessment

T-7    Needs of Marginalized Populations: Rural, Tribal, and Deaf Sexual Offenders

T-8    Sexual Sadism: Assessment, Structure, and Clinical Implications

T-9    Ethical Challenges and Risk Assessment with ID Offenders


T-10   International Media

T-11   Trauma Informed Care in the Treatment of Sex Offenders

T-12   Everyone Has a Story to Tell: Using Your Stories for Prevention

T-13   Developmental Criminology, Life Course Criminology and Sex Offending

T-14   Assessment of Sexual Offender Risk and Evaluation of Change using the VRS-SO


T-15   Raised on the Registry: The Irreparable Harm of Placing Children on Sex Offender Registries in the US

T-16   Developmental Antecedents and Etiological Factors  

T-17   P.R.O.T.E.C.T. Program-Outcome Driven,Best Practice, Community Based, Assessment & Treatment of Youth Sexual

         Behavior Problems

T-18   Adaptation of the Good Lives Model for Use with Young People who Display Harmful Sexual Behaviour

Thursday, October 31, 2013
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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T-19   How Can We Explain Incest Offending?

T-20   Implicit and Explicit Cognitions and Sexual Offending Against Children

T-21   Current Multicultural Sex Offender Research

T-22   Legal and Ethical Aspects of Sex Offender Treatment

T-23   Appraising Recidivism Risk of Sex Offenders: The SORAG and VRAG-R

T-24   Manifestations of Resistance as Displayed in Group

T-25   How to Use the Sex Offender Treatment Intervention and Progress Scale (SOTIPS)

T-26   Efforts in the UK Regarding Sexual Offenders' Sexual Thoughts: Connecting Research with Policy, Prevention, and


T-27   Community Management

T-28   Pharmacotherapy


T-29   Best Practice Protocols when Dealing with Sex Offenders During Disasters: Mass Care, Sheltering, and Supervision of

         Sex Offenders

T-30   Pathways and Risk with ID Offenders


T-31   Sexually Violent Predator Commitment of Juveniles Who Have Sexually Offended

T-32   Promoting Change through Affect Regulation: Applying Research to Practice

T-33   Making the Most of Mentoring: Safe and Effective Practices to Enrich a Youth’s Life

T-34   The Impact of Family Sexual Health on Youth with Concerning Sexual Behaviour

T-35   Applying Attachment Theory to the Treatment of Sexually Abusive Youth

T-36   Project Off the Record: Petitioning to have Youth Removed from the Sex Offender Registry in Illinois

Friday, November 1, 2013
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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F-1    A Billion Wicked Thoughts: Discussion and Follow-Up

F-2    Prevention of Interpersonal Violence for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

F-3    New Perspectives on Prevalence and Risk Factors of Pedophilic Sexual Interest

F-4    Treatment Change and Recidivism among Sexual Offenders

F-5    Sexual Deviance in Sexual Offenders: Etiological and Validity Research

F-6    An Empirically-Informed Conceptual Model of Risk

F-7    Tracking the Antecedents and Predictors of Rape: Abuse, Hypersexuality, Callousness, Antisociality, and PCD

F-8    Developing Evaluation Methods; Can CoSA Add Value to Public Protection?

F-9    Developing Acceptable Use Policies (AUP) for Internet Access by Offenders Version 2.0

F-10   Making a Better Life Happen: Integrating the Good Lives Model into Sexual Offender Treatment  CLOSED

F-11   Treatment Maintenance

F-12   Assessing Sexual Interest


F-13   CSE Materials  

F-14   Stopping Sexual Harm through Innovative Approaches in Prevention


F-15   Using Typologies to Individualize Interventions for Sexually Abusive Youth

F-16   Can't We All Just Get Along? Varying Perspectives from Professionals in Juvenile Sexual Abuse Cases

F-17   Trauma Informed Care: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and Adolescent Sexual Aggression

F-18   State Mandated Standards

Friday, November 1, 2013
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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F-19    Mental Illness and Sexual Offending

F-20    Pedophilic and Hebephilic Sexual Interests in Self-Reports

F-21    Implicit and Explicit Cognition Associated with Rape

F-22    Development of a Structured Cognitive Behavioral Program for Perpetrators of Sex Trafficking

F-23    The Psychological Constructs Assessed by Static Risk Factors

F-24    Child Pornography Offenders: Final Findings from the Police Case File Study  CLOSED

F-25    Female Sex Offenders

F-26    Impact of Perceptions on SO Registration

F-27    SVP Offenders

F-28    Sexual Homicide

F-29    Improving our Ability to Screen for Abuse and Reduce the Costs of Sexual Offending


F-30    Saying Yes, Saying No: Assessing Capacity to Consent for Offenders with Intellectual Disabilities Using the TALK - SC Tool

F-31    Resilience in a Critical Occupation: Promoting Professional Wellness in Sex Offender Treatment Providers


F-32    Best Practices with Youth Adjudicated Delinquent for Sex Offenses: Educating Legislators and Policy Makers

F-33    Point/Counterpoint: Under what Conditions Should Professionals Use the Polygraph with Adolescents?

F-34    Psychopathy, Trauma, Executive Functioning, Specialization among Male Juvenile Sexual Offenders

F-35    From the Bottom-Up: Utilizing Neurodevelopmental Research to Inform Interventions for Youth with Sexual Behavior


F-36    Promoting Positive Youth Development Among Juveniles who have Offended Sexually

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Conference participants are NOT required to register for poster sessions.  The poster boards will be available for viewing from 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm. The authors of the poster presentations will be at their boards from 4:45 pm - 5:30 pm to discuss their work with conference participants. 

Thursday, October 31, 2013
1:00 pm - 5:30 pm 

A Cognitive-Based Indicator of Deviant Sexual Arousal: Concurrent Validation of the Emotional Stroop

A Quasi Experimental Evaluation of Sex Offender Treatment

A Rasch Analysis of the Bumby's Molest Scale: A Failed Attempt at Increasing Discriminant Validity

Bond Decision-Making in Sex Offender Adjudication

Comparing Multiple Indirect Measures of Sexual Interest with Implicit but Direct Eye-Tracking and Pupil Dilation

Denial as a Protective Factor for Sustained Change

Deviant Sexual Interests and Criminal Career of Sexual Offenders

Do Current Sexual Offender Public Policies Violate Human Rights?

Does the Pedophilia-Hebephilia-Teleiophilia Continuum Exist?

Evaluation of Prevention Project Dunkelfeld-website

Investigating the Latent Structure of Sexual Sadism: A Taxometric Analysis

Misperceptions of Juvenile Sexual Offenders about their School Functioning and Psychosocial Adaptation

Pedophilia and its (Non-) Association with Physical Height Among Sex Offenders

Sexual Aggression and Antisocial Behavior: An Integrated Predictive Model

Sexual Murderers: A Systematic Review

Sexual Recidivism Risk among Adolescents who have Sexually Offended: Predictive Validity of ERASOR and Clinical Judgment

Subtypes of Juvenile Sex Offenders: Comparing Treatment Outcomes of the GCBT

The Other Side of Compliance: Innovation in Police Management of Registered Sex Offender Risk

The Role of Hebephilic Sexual Interests in Sexual Victim Choice

Through the Eyes of the Beholder: Using EMDR Techniques with Sexual Fantasies

Friday, November 1, 2013
1:00 pm - 5:30 pm 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Sexual Offenders in Japan

Comparing the Predictive Accuracies of Six Sex Offender Risk Assessment Measures Along With Randomly Derived Coffee Can Measures

Construct and Predictive Validity the Violence Risk Scale: Sex Offender Version

Development of System for Work with Sexual Offenders in Post-Soviet Countries, Challenges and Solutions: Case of Latvia

Factors Associated with the Invalidity of Phallometric Profiles

Female Solo Offenders of Pre-Pubescent Children: A Preliminary Description of Discriminatory Behavioral and Offense Characteristics

Innovations In Sex Offender Evaluations: The Importance of Likelihood Ratios

Personality Pathways in Pre-Adolescents with Sexual Behavior Problems

Preventing Sexual Violence: Examination of Sex Offender Perpetration Patterns

Risk/Need Assessments using STABLE-2007 and Risk-Matrix 2000 - Sex

Self-Regulation in New Domains: The Reliability and Validity of Scales Measuring Cognitive and Interpersonal Regulation

Self-reported Sexual Interest in Children among the General Population

Temperamen t and the Development of Sexuality in a Sample of Canadian Children

The Effects of Offender Age and Offender-Victim Relationship on Modus Operandi Strategies to Lure Child Sex Abuse Victims

The Impact of Sexual Victimization on Victim Selection in Adolescents with Sexual Offense Convictions

The Neuropsychology of Adolescent Sex Offenders

The Utility of Phallometry in the Assessment of Hebephilia

The VASOR-2 and SOTIPS: A Model of Static and Dynamic Risk Assessment

What Exactly is Unusual in Unusual Sexual Fantasies?

Who is Prosecuted for Statutory Rape?