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Registration p. James Worling, Ph.
Registration p. James Worling, Ph.
Whereas most risk assessment tools that are currently in use in the field were intended to predict the future, the PROFESOR is deed to assist with planning interventions that can help individuals to enhance their capacity for sexual and relationship health and, thus, eliminate sexual recidivism. Learning goals: 1. Break p. Session Continued Monday, June 15, Conference a. Following a review of the risk-focused tools and approaches that have been popular for many years, we will discuss the emerging research regarding protective factors, and we will explore how strengths and protective factors are critical with respect to both assessment and treatment and how they can be used to facilitate positive change.
To examine current research regarding sexual offense recidivism and our ability to predict the risk of reoffending 2. To discuss the emerging research regarding protective factors 3. To outline how a focus on strengths and protective factors can impact intervention planning 1.
Break a. Lunch on your own p. Childhood sexual abuse permeates the lives of survivors long after the physical contact ends.
Getting survivors to discuss their feelings can be hard for many Aduly. This workshop will present a tool used to assist survivors in identifying the load in their "Wagon" brick by brick.
Kubis, M. Lastly, we will identify effective, research-based, compassionate components involved in the treatment of children and youth with sexual behavior problems. Calvert, Ph.
Archeologists have found erotic carvings and drawings dating back perhaps 35, years. However, with the proliferation of sexual images on the internet, it has never been easier to access pornography than right now.
With the explosion of access to pornography, there is ever-increasing worries about the Galvestton impact of pornography on individuals, marriages, families, and society. Information regarding how often people access pornography is generally poor and is more often dictated by political or religious views than science.
The link between pornography and sexual violence is even harder to identify than simple access or internet searches for pornography. However, given the incredible physical, emotional, and relationship toll violence exacts on people and society, it is vitally important to understand the connection between pornography and sexual violence.
In this workshop we will examine what we currently know about the impact of pornography on sexual violence, with a special emphasis on the effects of viewing pornography on juvenile development and violent behavior. Current research and promising treatment models will be reviewed.
What general criminongenic treatment targets should be addressed and what specific treatment targets for adolescents with illegal sexual behavior should be a part of a productive treatment program. A lot has changed since Mr.
Walenta began work with justice involved juveniles decades ago and he will Adulh what insights he has gained from his experience and study. Not just a five letter word. We all do shame!
Or at least, we should all recognize our shame and process it. us as we discuss ways to acknowledge the shame individuals who have committed sexual offenses feel and learn treatment approaches that will help them process shame. Participants will cate how to utilize brief i therapy to identify core emotional wounds and change the way the brain operates. In addition, attendees will learn how to process shame and understand the positive impacts of being vulnerable.
Specific techniques will be shared that can be put into immediate action to change our narratives and live courageously in the wilderness. Are you ready to combat shame? Powell, Ph. An overly deficit-based focus can heighten defensiveness and impede services. This presentation will provide participants with information about strengths-based interventions Powell,which target six areas of healthy development--Relationship development, Optimistic Attitude development HopeAsset development, Prosocial development, Intellectual development, and Provider development.
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