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2015 ATSA CONFERENCE SCHEDULE AND ABSTRACTS

 

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14
(Pre-Conference Seminars)
 FULL DAY
 HALF DAY AM
 HALF DAY PM
THURSDAY OCTOBER 15
(Concurrent Program)
 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
   1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
   3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  POSTERS
FRIDAY OCTOBER 16
(Concurrent Program)
 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
   1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
‚Äč   3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  POSTERS

 

Wednesday October 14, 2015
8:30 AM  - 5:00 PM

FULL DAY 

D-01    The Violence Risk Appraisal Guide—Revised (VRAG-R): Application to Sex Offenders

D-02    Community Supervision of Adult Sex Offenders

D-03    The Basics of Dynamic Assessment for Sexual Offenders: STABLE-2007 & ACUTE-2007 Training

D-04    Connecting Theory With Research: How to Test Theoretical Assertions About the Causes of Sexual Offending

D-05    Introduction to the Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents who have Sexually Offended

D-06    Group Therapy: Leading People to Change

D-07    Using the MIDSA to Assess the Treatment Needs of Juveniles and Adults Who Sexually Offend

D-08    Adult Sex Offender Treatment “101”

D-09    A Strength-Based Treatment Program for Sexual Offenders

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Wednesday October 14, 2015
8:30 AM  - 12:00 PM

HALF DAY AM

A-10    Early Detection and Intervention for Adolescents at Risk for Engaging in Abusive Sexual Behavior

A-11    Females Working with Male Sex Offenders: Effectively Managing Clinical Challenges

A-12    Healthy Sexuality and Sex Offender Treatment

A-13    Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Diagnosis, Interventions, and Implications for Work with Sexual Offenders

A-14    You Should Be Ashamed of Yourself!...Or Should You?: How Shame and Guilt Inform the Treatment of Adolescents who Sexually Abuse

A-15    Home Safe: Policies, Practices and Protocols for Reducing Abuse in Agencies Serving People with Intellectual Disabilities

A-16    The Science and Art of Sex Offender Treatment

A-17    Advanced Clinical Skills in Therapeutic Engagement with Adolescents

A-18    What is a Low Risk Sex Offender? What is a High Risk Sex Offender? Toward a Common Language for Risk Communication.

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Wednesday October 14, 2015
1:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

HALF DAY PM

P-19    Keeping Your Feet on the Ground: Understanding & Managing the Stressors and Impact of a Sex Offender Practice

P-20    Ethically Navigating Clinical Practice and Supervision with Sexual Abusers

P-21    Treatment of Violent Delinquents with Callous / Unemotional Features

P-22    “Attach Here”: Examining the Role of Attachment in the Etiology and Treatment of Sexual Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents

P-23    Treatment of Psychopathic Sexual Offenders

P-24    Internet-based Child Sexual Exploitation:  Case Formulation and Intervention Planning

P-25    Clinical Applications for the Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offenders with Major Mental Illness

P-26    Trauma-Informed Care with Youth Who Have Sexually Offended

P-27    Understanding Pathways from Sexual Abuse and Stigmatization to Subsequent Anger and Dating Aggression

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Thursday October 15, 2015
10:30 AM  - 12:00 PM

ADULT

T-01    Sex Offender Research in the Era of Virtual Reality

T-02    The Role of the Therapeutic Alliance in Sex Offender Treatment

T-03    Pornography, Defining the Clinical Response:  History, Societal Impact, the Future, and Your First Five Sessions

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

T-05    Prison to Community Role of Support

T-06    Rare Paraphilias

T-07    Working with High Risk Offenders

ADULT & YOUTH

T-08    Desistance from Sexual Offending: Resilience, Recovery, and Risk

T-09    Developing a Statewide Sex Offender Management System

T-10    Spectrum of Campus Sexual Assault Prevention

YOUTH

T-11    A Developmental Life Course Perspective on Sexual Offending: Evidence from Two Longitudinal Studies

T-12    LGBTQ (Listening, Good Boundaries & Treatment of Queer) KIDS

T-13    Sexual Abuse by Adolescents: A Developmental Psychopathology Perspective

T-14    Juvenile Sexual Risk Assessment? Development and Use of the MASOC Child/Adolescent Assessment Protocol (M-CAAP)

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Thursday October 15, 2015
1:30 PM  - 3:00 PM

ADULT

T-15    Rape-Supportive Cognition and Sexual Aggression Against Adults

T-16    Sex Offender Treatment Intervention Progress Scale: Reliability and Validity

T-17    Understanding and Treating Hypersexuality and Hypersexual Disorder

T-18    Guiding Sexual Offender Management and Treatment Using Risk-Need-Responsivity Principles

T-19    The Elephant in the Room: Professionals' Pregnancy in the Field of Sex Offense Management

T-20    Early and Neuropsychological Characteristics Associated with Sexual Offending

T-21    SOs with Personality Disorders and Major Mental Illness

T-22    Neurocognitive Factors and Sexual Offending

T-23    The Case Against Using Labels

ADULT & YOUTH

T-24    A Recipe for Program Evaluation: Cooking with Integrity

YOUTH

T-25    Publishing P.R.O.T.E.C.T; Journey to Evidence-Based

T-26    Autism Spectrum Disorders: Implications of Learning Styles for Treatment

T-27    Unintended Consequences of SORNA on Juveniles

T-28    Viewing the Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents with Illegal Sexual Behaviors through the Lens of Attachment

 

Thursday October 15, 2015
3:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

ADULT

T-29    Exploring the Link between Childhood Victimization and Sexual Offending

T-30    Criminogenic Needs of Sex Offenders with Major Mental Illness (SOMMI)

T-31    Paraphilic Disorders: From Diagnosis to Treatment

T-32    Examining Risk Factors among Undetected Sexual Offenders

T-33    Neurochemistry and Treatment of Deviant Sexual Interest and Offending

T-34    Management of Non-Contact Sexual Offenders

T-35    Dynamic & Protective Factors in Community Supervision

ADULT & YOUTH   

T-36    International Perspectives on Preventing Sexual Abuse

T-37    Toward the Use of Evidence-Based Practices: The International Project for Evidence-Based Practices with Sexual Abusers (IPEPSA)

T-38    Got DBT? Understanding and Applying Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Sex Offender Treatment

YOUTH

T-39    Infusing Research into Practice

T-40    More than Just Fun:  Utilizing Recreational Therapy as part of the Treatment Model

T-41    How Can Juvenile Sexual Risk Assessment be Best Used to Guide Treatment and Rehabilitation?

T-42    Adolescent to Adult: Mirroring the Data

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Friday October 16, 2015
10:30 AM  - 12:00 PM

ADULT

F-01    Risk Matrix 2000: Cross-Validation, International Norms, Age Adjustments

F-02    Understanding the Crime-Commission Process in Sexual Homicide

F-03    Conducting “Sexual Abuser Risk of Sexual Harm to Children Assessments” Using the ROSAC

F-04    From Start to Finish: Setting up a Community Based Treatment Program for Offenders with Intellectual Disabilities

F-05    Working Alliance and Treatment Engagement

F-06    Student Clinical Case and Data Blitz

ADULT & YOUTH

F-07    New Approaches to Treatment

F-08    Self-Regulation: Pre-Cursors and Interventions

F-09    Advancing Public Opinion Research on Sexual Violence and Sex Offender Management Policy

F-10    Use of Polygraphy in Supervision and Treatment: Effective? Essential? Ethical?

F-11    Native American Sexual Offenders

YOUTH

F-12    Preventing Sexual Abuse through a Comprehensive Response to Incest

F-13    Emerging Practices in Assessing the Risk of Sexual Recidivism

F-14    Treating Sexually Abusive Youth in Denial: Ethical Considerations

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Friday October 16, 2015
1:30 PM  - 3:00 PM

ADULT

F-15    The Impact of Circles of Support & Accountability:  An International Qualitative Evaluation

F-16    Child Victim Selection and Sexual Recidivism

F-17    Supporting Informed Judicial Decision-Making with Sex Offense Cases: A Model Initiative

F-18    Female Sexual Offenders

F-19    Research on Contact and Non-Contact Sexual Offenders from the Dunkelfeld Project

F-20    Understanding and Preventing Professional Sexual Misconduct

ADULT & YOUTH

F-21    Community Collaboration

F-22    Methodology Matters: Critical Thinking and Advanced Research Methods

F-23    Who’s Helping the Helpers? Taking Trauma Informed Care to the Next Level to Support Staff

F-24    Through a Public Health Lens: Community Based Prevention for ID Offenders

YOUTH

F-25    Can Children Really Have Sex with Zebras?

F-26    Motivational Interviewing and the Language of Change in Adolescents

F-27    Protective Factors and Positive Approaches

F-28    Understanding the Youthful Offender

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Friday October 16, 2015
3:30 PM  - 5:00 PM

ADULT

F-29    Development and Validation of the Screening Scale of Pedophilic Crime Scene Behavior (SSPC)

F-30    Child Pornography Offending: Results from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

F-31    STABLE-2007 and ACUTE-2007 Do they Measure Change? Additional Analyses from the Dynamic Supervision Project

F-32    Jimmy Savile “The UK’s Most Prolific Paedophile” who “…Groomed the Nation”: The Learning from an Unprecedented Official Inquiry Process

F-33    Integrating the Good Lives Model into Sexual Offending Treatment: Key Considerations

F-34    Wired for Trouble? Special Issues and Considerations When Assessing & Treating Child Pornography Offenders with Autism Spectrum Disorders

F-35    Management of Sexual Offenders

ADULT & YOUTH

F-36    New Directions for the Department of Justice SMART Office

F-37    Sexual Offenders with ID

F-38    Using Neuroscience to Assess Sexual Arousal and Deviancy

YOUTH

F-39    Sexual Behaviours and Attachment - What's the Connection?

F-40    Solutions to Common Challenges in Sibling Sexual Abuse

F-41    Treating the More Generally Delinquent Sexually Abusive Youth

F-42    Identification, Assessment and Treatment of Adolescent Girls Displaying Sexually Harmful Behaviour

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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 15, 2015
1:30 PM – 6:00 PM 

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Friday October 16, 2015
1:30 PM – 6:00 PM