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2014 ATSA CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

 

WEDNESDAY OCT 29

FULL DAY

HALF DAY AM

HALF DAY PM

THURSDAY OCT 30

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

POSTERS

FRIDAY OCT 31

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

POSTERS

 

Wednesday October 29, 2014
8:30 AM  - 5:00 PM

FULL DAY 

D-1         The Violence Risk Appraisal Guide-Revised (VRAG-R): Application to Sex Offenders

D-2         Community Supervision of Adult Sex Offenders

D-3         STABLE-2007 and ACUTE-2007: The Basics of Dynamic Risk Assessment

D-4         Online, Offline, and Over the Line: Sex Offenders and Technology

D-5         Static-2002R Training: How to Code, Interpret, and Report Static-2002R Scores

D-6         Adult Sex Offender Treatment “101”

D-7         Report Writing Fundamentals for Sex Offender Evaluations

D-8         Introduction to the Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents Who Have Sexually    Offended

D-9         Trauma-Informed Treatment with Sexual Offenders

D-10       Using the MIDSA to Assess the Treatment Needs of Adults and Juveniles Who Sexually Offend


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Wednesday October 29, 2014
8:30 AM  - 12:30 PM

HALF DAY AM 

A-11       Treatment of Adolescents with Callous / Unemotional Features

A-12       Evaluations in Child Custody Cases

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

A-14       Motivation and Therapeutic Engagement with Sexual Offenders

A-15       Assessment, Understanding, and Treatment of Developmentally Delayed Adolescent Males Sex Offenders

A-16       Exploring the DSM-5: Implications and Applications for Sex Offender Assessment and Treatment

A-17       Preparing and Presenting Expert Testimony

A-18       Ethical and Legal Considerations in the Management and Treatment of Sexual Abusers

A-19       In Search of a Good Fantasy: Strategies for Promoting Healthy Fantasies in Juvenile Sex Offenders


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Wednesday October 29, 2014
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM

HALF DAY PM

P-20       Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offenders Presenting with Serious Mental Illness: Practical Guidelines for Clinicians

P-21       Internet Sex Offenders

P-22       Adolescents with Intellectual Disability or Borderline Intellectual Functioning who have Sexual Problems or Offending Behaviors

P-23       Integrating the Good Lives Model into Sexual Offender Treatment: An Advanced Skills Workshop

P-24       Adolescents who have Engaged in Abusive Sexual Behaviors:  Developing & Maintaining Empirically & Ethically Supported Practices

P-25       Engaging the Public about Sexual Abuse: Increasing Professional Engagement with Communities & the Media

P-26       Keeping the Victim at the Forefront: Collaboration between Victim Advocacy and Sex Offender Management

P-27       Psychopharmacologic Tools in the Treatment of Sex Offenders

P-28       Effective Treatment Components for Children with  Problematic Sexual Behavior and Their Caregivers


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Thursday October 30, 2014
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM 

ADULT

T-1          The Prison Experience, Community Reentry and Desistance from Crime

T-2          Pharmacological Treatment of Sex Offenders

T-3          Understanding Sexual Killing:  Implications of Research for Different Forensic Processes

T-4          How to Use the Sex Offender Treatment Intervention and Progress Scale (SOTIPS)

T-5          Incorporating Healthy Sexual Relationships within Treatment for Domestic and Sexual Violence

T-6          Characteristics of Child Pornography Offenders

T-7          Group Therapy with Adult Sexual Abusers: Essential Elements of Effective Groups


ADULT & YOUTH

T-8         Innovations in the Science of Risk Prediction

T-9         Impact of Childhood Experiences on Treatment and Prevention

T-10       New Approaches to Training and Safeguarding Using Serious Games

T-11       Using Your Stories for Prevention and Social Change

T-12       The Development of an Assessment Methodology in the Natural Environment for Sexual Offenders with an Intellectual Disability


YOUTH

T-13       Sexual Decision Making

T-14       Intra-Familial Sexual Abuse:  When the Abuse Happens between Children

T-15       Community-Based Treatment Program for Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities Who Sexually Abuse

T-16       Psychological and Protective Factors in Outcome in ASOs


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Thursday October 30, 2014
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM 

ADULT

T-17       Treating the Victim and Survivor in the Offender

T-18       Offenses and Paraphilias in Females: Offender’s and Victim’s Perspective

T-19       Psychopathic Variants: Assessment, Treatment, and Management of Violent and Sexual Offenders

T-20       Group Work with High-Risk Clients:  Who Are You in the Room?

T-21       Evaluation and Treatment of Deaf Sexual Offenders: Theory, Research, and Practical Implications

T-22       Sexual Regulation among Sex Offenders and Treatment Implications


ADULT & YOUTH

T-23       Is Phallometric Testing a Technique Past Its Time? Part I

T-24       Provider and Public Attitudes about Sex Offender Management Policies

T-25       Treatment Implication of Sex Offender’s Attachment Styles

T-26       Digital Sexuality "101" for Practitioners

T-27       Wired for Trouble? Special Issues and Considerations When Assessing & Treating Autism Spectrum Child Pornography Offenders

T-28       To Separate or Not? Perspectives on Family Systems Issues and Reunification from Both Sides of the Globe


YOUTH

T-29       “Re-Attaching the Brain”: Utilizing Attachment and Neurodevelopmental Research to Inform the Treatment of Adolescents

T-30       Sexual Enslavement & Trafficking of Children

T-31       The Importance of Male Caregivers in the Treatment of Offending Youth

T-32       Applying an Evidence-Informed Framework to Factors Associated with Juvenile Sexual Offending


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Thursday October 30, 2014
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM


ADULT

T-33       A Treatment Program for Sexual Offenders in Categorical Denial:  Description and Outcome

T-34       Treating Disturbed Emotion Regulation in Sexual Offenders

T-35       Where Are We Now? Recent Developments in Static-99R Risk Communication

T-36       Civilly Committed Sex Offenders:  What Do We Know about Risk and Desistance?

T-37       Criminal Trajectory and Versatility among Sex Offenders

T-38       Characteristics of Female Sex Offenders and Treatment Implications

T-39       Differential Assessment and Management of Sex Offenders for Supervising Officers


ADULT & YOUTH

T-40       Is Phallometric Testing a Technique Past Its Time? Part II

T-41       SOMAPI: A SMART Office Project to Implement Best Practices

T-42       Promoting Collaboration between Victim Advocates and Sex Offender Management Professionals:  Understanding Current Practices, Barriers, and Strengths

T-43       Effective Treatment with Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

T-44       Experimental Analysis of Risk and Recidivism


YOUTH

T-45       Different Perspectives of Reunification in Sibling Sexual Abuse

T-46       LGBTQ (Listening, Good Boundaries & Treatment of Queer) KIDS

T-47       Using Our Knowledge of Developmental Trauma and Attachment to Form Therapeutic Partnerships with Sexually Abusive Youth

T-48       Shame, Guilt & Compassion in ASOs

T-49       Child-on-Child Sexual Harm:  What Does Justice Look Like for the Survivor, Responsible Youth, and Their Families?  Just added!


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Friday October 31, 2014
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM 

ADULT

F-1          The Role of Psychopathy and Risk in Long-Term Management

F-2          What Cognitions are we Actually Measuring?  Why Should we Care?

F-3          Stop it Now! Prevention Programmes in Europe

F-4          Assessing Sex Offender Risk of Harm to Children: The ROSAC-30

F-5          Transforming Research into Best Practices for Sexually Violent Predators

F-6          Law Enforcement and Treatment Provider Collaboration: An Essential Partnership for Effective Sex Offender Management

F-7          The Use of Anti-Libidinal Medication with Intellectually Disabled Sex Offenders: Client Characteristics and Response


ADULT & YOUTH

F-8          Female Therapists Working with Male Sex Offenders: Effectively Managing Clinical Challenges to Optimize the Therapeutic Alliance

F-9          Sex Offender Grooming Patterns

F-10        System Approaches to Sex Offender Management

F-11        Sex Offender Attachment Styles

F-12        Why Prevention?  Why ATSA?

F-13       A Developmental Perspective on Juvenile Sex Offending: Evidence from a Longitudinal Study


YOUTH

F-14       A Contemporary Approach to the Treatment of Sexually Abusive Youth: A Relational Approach

F-15       An Early Intervention-Prevention Treatment Program for High Risk Children and Their Families

F-16       Brain-Behavior Relationships & Executive Functioning in ASOs


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Friday October 31, 2014
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

ADULT

F-17       Preventive Measures: Managing Risk in Community Settings for Persons with ID Who Have Sexually Offended

F-18       Stalking Sadism:  Uncovering Its Developmental and Structural Roots

F-19       Relationships between Alleged Childhood Abuse, Physical Characteristics, and Sexual Offending Behaviors

F-20       Sex Offender Denial and Treatment

F-21       Examining Pedophilia and Hebephilia

F-22       A Strength-Based Theoretical Model for the Treatment of Female Sex Offenders

F-23       Effective Engagement: Skills to Enhance Responsivity in the Assessment of Men Convicted of Sexual Offenses


ADULT & YOUTH

F-24       Using DSM-5 to Diagnose Controversial Paraphilias

F-25       Working with Sex Offenders and Clinical Supervision

F-26       Factors Influencing Multiple Perpetrating Sexual Offending

F-27       Understanding Law Enforcement Perspectives on Sex Offender Registration and Notification

F-28       How to Deliver an Effective Program - with Integrity


YOUTH

F-29       Juvenile Sex Offenders in Correctional-Based Placement

F-30       Using Mindfulness in Treatment of Adolescent Sexual Abusers

F-31       Risk, Resiliency, and Research: Infusing Protective Factors into PROTECT Programs

F-32       Traversing the Theory-Practice Divide: Practical Strategies to Address Risk


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Friday October 31, 2014
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

ADULT

F-33       Sexual Murderers: Theoretical and Forensic Issues

F-34       Dimensions of Child Sexual Abuse:  A Multi-Method Approach

F-35       How Do Circles of Support and Accountability Work?  A Research Update

F-36       Adult Sex Offender Actuarial Risk Assessment

F-37       Characteristics of Female Sex Offenders and Treatment Implications

F-38       The Responsivity Principle in Sex Offender Treatment

F-39       Comprehensive and Effective Parenting Assessments Involving a Parent with a History of Child Abuse

F-40       Adult Sex Offenders and Occurrence of Completed Suicides: Research, Policy, and Prevention

F-41       Sanctioning Sexual Misconduct at Institutions of Higher Education: Recent Findings and Future Directions


ADULT & YOUTH

F-42       Addressing Spirituality in Sex Offender Treatment: Overcoming the Last Taboo

F-43       The Role of Case Formulation in the Treatment of Sexually Abusive Behavior

F-44       Improving Outcome and Alliance: Feedback-Informed Treatment with People Who Have Sexually Abused


YOUTH

F-45       Interventions for Adolescents Who Have Engaged in Sexually Abusive Behavior

F-46       The Phoenix Program: A Canadian Perspective on the Residential Treatment of Adolescents with Sexually Abusive Behaviours

F-47       Examining the Impacts of Juvenile Sex Offender Registration and Notification:  Emerging Research and Its Implications for Policy Reform and Practice

F-48       Healing Trauma and Promoting Resiliency: Impact of Family Involvement with Treatment of Male Juvenile Sex Offenders


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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 5:45 PM.  The authors of the poster presentations will be at their boards from 5:00 PM to 5:45 PM to discuss their work with conference participants.


Thursday October 30, 2014
1:30 PM – 5:45 PM 


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Friday October 31, 2014
1:30 PM – 5:45 PM 

 

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