Protect Children is a non-governmental not-for-profit organization, based out of Finland that recently published the results of their survey related to the ReDirection Project.
Sexual Offending and Prevention
When I teach my graduate Human Sexuality course, we begin each class with “Sex in the News.” We take a few minutes at the beginning of the class to talk about what we are seeing in the papers (or online news) that relate to human sexuality. In my daily perusal of the Wall Street Journal this […]
People in early recovery from pornography addiction, contemplate getting rid of their smart phone and going back to the “dumb” version. Now, you can have a phone that looks like your peers’ so you can avoid the inevitable questions about having a flip phone.
I came across this book when I was searching for more information on Autism Spectrum Disorder and sex crimes. Unfortunately, in the course of my work, we are seeing more and more individuals with ASD who are being arrested for sex crimes. I have been on a quest to make myself much more knowledgeable about the subject. […]
Halloween is at the end of this week. Those of us who work in the field know that this is the time of year that probation officers ask us if we have made sure all of our clients have a plan for Halloween and know they are not to participate in the holiday. Luckily, the […]
Research Review: Paraphilia and Antisociality Motivations for Sexual Offending May Differ for American Whites and Blacks. Lee, S.C., Hanson, R.K., Calkins, C & Jeglic, E. Sexual Abuse, 32(3), 2020 335-365. There is a vast array of research pointing to the fact that sexual offenders are a heterogenous group and that it is difficult to generalize […]
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Guest Blog by Patti Hoyt LPC CAADC CSAT Have you ever minimized your actions or even denied all or part of them? Denial is like a small child saying “I didn’t do it” when a parent walks into a room filled with a mess. Maybe, you say you completed a task, but in reality, you […]
There were many research presentations this year at the ATSA conference relating to MAPs. This was a great thing to see as, from a scientific perspective, we just don’t know much about the MAP community, which means we don’t know about their needs and how best to help those individuals who seek help. As my […]
In most jurisdictions in the United States, a person convicted of a sex crime is mandated to treatment. This treatment tends to be group therapy with the primary modality being Cognitive Behavior Therapy, also known as CBT. As a community of treatment provider0,s we are always striving to improve our practices, use evidenced based treatment […]