"Preventing Sexual Violence through Effective Sexual Offender Treatment and Public Policy"10th Conference of the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (IATSO)August 27-30, 2008-Abstracts-
Leuprorelin allergy as a side effect of chemical castration and, as a consequence, the discussion about surgical castrationR. U. Aschwanden, A. ErmerThe impressive effectiveness of chemical castration with Leuprorelin on a homosexual sadistic and schizoid sexual murderer with elimination of the previously dominating sadistic thoughts and driveR. U. Aschwanden, A. ErmerThere are no secrets in long term treatment efficacy: A Western Canadian experienceA. S. Aylwin, L. H. StuderPersonality characteristics of sex offenders: How intractable are they?A. S. Aylwin, L. H. StuderDrug problems among adolescent sexual offenders – Implications for the ManagementD. Antonio Baltieri, A. Guerra de AndradeSymposium on women sexual offenders: Female sexual abusers: A comparison with men who sexually abuse childrenR. BeckettSymposium on women sexual offenders: Assessing female sexual offenders’ motivations and cognitions: An exploratory studyA. BeechChanges in attachment in a young violent sex offender. A therapeutic case historyO. H. BendiksbyDevelopment, implementation and evaluation of a treatment programme for incarcerated rapists in a South African contextL. B. BerghPractical aspects in the biomedical treatment of sexual offendersW. Berner, P. BrikenAn integrated treatment programme for sex-offenders. What happens after release from prison?W. Berner, N. HabermannThe implicit theories of rape prone menE. BlakeAssessment of Risk and Manageability for Individuals with Developmental, Intellectual, or Learning Limitations who Offend (ARMIDILLO)D. P. Boer“Gangsterism” and Sexual ViolenceD. P. Boer, A. Presse, J. Van RensburgThe Offender Sexual Assault Protocol for the reduction and management of male rape in South African correctional centresK. BooyensSex education for incarcerated men in a prison in Florencio varela, ArgentinaI. BoschiHow police interviewers can assist sex offenders to provide accountsR. BullExisting measures aimed at restricting the use of the internet as an avenue to initiate sexual activities with adolescentsL. CampherSymposium on women sexual offenders: Assessing and treating women who sexually offend: What do we know and what do we still need to knowF. CortoniDeveloping empathy: The psychological treatment of young sexual offenders in BrazilM. C. De Oliveira, S. P. RigonattiA study of adult intimate relationships and sexual dysfunction as indicators of risk in a population of men who have sexually abused childrenJ. de Volder, P. WalshSentencing with the purpose to treat sexual offenders – success ratesD. DosioThe role of the prosecution versus the magistracy in eradicating drug abuse and the treatment of sexual offenders with specific reference to methamphetamine usage by gangs in the Western CapeD. Dosio, P. SmithAlcohol use does not impair male age-estimation of female facesV. Egan, G. CordanImplementing a National Sexual Offender Rehabilitation Program for Incarcerated Sexual OffendersR. EherThe role of childhood sexual abuse in sex offendingJ. EndrassMarital rape among socially deprived women of a developing countryM. Farid, S. SaleemInduction of illegal sexual behaviour as side effect of antipsychotic treatment?A. FreiThe Danish Sexual Offender Treatment and Research Program (DASOP). “The Danish Model” Implementing a preparatory program for sexual offenders in the Penal Treatment Institution at HerstedvesterM. FuglestvedThe socio-cultural context of sexual offending in South Africa: Are we all products of rape?R. Fuller, C. Ngwane, A. PinoSymposium on women sexual offenders - OverviewT. GannonSymposium on women sexual offenders: Offence-related interpretative bias in female child molestersT. Gannon, M. RoseSymposium on women sexual offenders: A descriptive offence chain model for women sexual offendersT. Gannon, M. Rose, T. WardSexual violence in South African men’s prisons: dynamics and consequencesS. GearDiagnosing inmates for psychosexual rehabilitation and treatment in Malaysian prisonsG. Ayu Mat SaatRisk assessment and management of high-risk sex offenders in Switzerland by interdisciplinary boards using the method of structured professional judgement M. Graf, N. Händel, V. DittmannThe Danish Sexual Offender Treatment and Research Program (DASOP). “The Danish Model” Group treatment of sexual offendersE. GrahnDevelopmental pathways and recidivism in juvenile sexual homicide perpetratorsN. Habermann, A. Hill, W. Berner, P. BrikenEvaluation of the Hamburg Project for children and adolescents who are at risk for sexual offendingN. Habermann, A. Spehr, P. BrikenThe influence of actuarial risk and denial on sexual recidivism L. Harkins, A. R. Beech, A. M. GoodwillThe use of pharmacotherapy with high-risk sex offendersK. HarrisonJuvenile sex offenders: differences in recidivism of treated and untreated offendersJ. Hendriks, C. BijleveldRestorative Justice as a challenge to traditional legal strategies in sex offending casesK. HermstadPsychosomatics, dependency and sadism – Chances and limitations of forensic psychotherapyK. Hoffmann, T. Ross, T. KluttigIntermediary services for child witnesses testifying in criminal court proceedings in South Africa G. J. JonkerGiving account: A study of Irish Roman catholic clergy who have sexually abused minorsM. KeenanThe impact of clerical and seminary culture on Irish Roman catholic clergy who have sexually abused minorsM. KeenanPornography’s influence on sexual offending: Important moderating factorsD. A. Kingston, P. Firestone, P. Fedoroff, W. L. MarshallThe manualisation of persons or the personalisation of manualsR. J. Konopasky, D. MillarShould psychologists ever change reports: Ethical, legal issues and guidelinesR. J. Konopasky, A. W. B. KonopaskyThe Danish Sexual Offender Treatment and Research Program (DASOP). “The Danish Model” Structure of the Danish Sexual Offender Treatment ProgramE. KristensenPresentation of the accreditated ROS program (Na SOTP in Sweden)E. Kwarnmark, B. Hasselrot, H. HarneskPresentation of the accreditated ROS program (Na SOTP in Sweden): VICTIM GATEWAYE. Kwarnmark, B. Hasselrot, H. HarneskTowards an understanding of muti murder: Human body parts for traditional medicineG. LabuschagneRelational perspectives and results in psychological treatment of sex offendersT. LangfeldtThe Danish Sexual Offender Treatment and Research Program (DASOP). “The Danish Model” Treatment in cognitive start groupsM. Larsen, C. RefshammerThe Danish Sexual Offender Treatment and Research Program (DASOP) “The Danish Model” Motivation for change and treatment of sexual offendersT. LillebækChildhood sexual offences: Neurobiological and clinical consequencesJ. R. of Silva LippiA descriptive analysis of child sex offender in Cape Town, South AfricaM. P. Londt, N. Roman The Dangerous Prisoner (Sex Offender) Act 2003. Dilemmas, conflicts and concerns: A practitioner’s perspectiveL. MadsenRoot cause driven preventionT. MajokweniPsychosexual education for young sexual offenders – An integrated treatment approach for juveniles in a child and adolescent psychiatric outpatient clinic in Zurich, SwitzerlandM. Manetsch, C. BesslerReducing risk for reoffendingB. MarshallThe treatment of “categorical denial” in sexual offendersL. E. Marshall, M. D. O’Brien, W. L. Marshall, G. A. SerranSexual addiction in sexual offenders: Prevalence and correlatesL. E. MarshallOperating a unit for mentally disordered sexual offendersL. E. Marshall, W. L.Marshall, J. M.W. Bradford, B. BoothThe benefits of an “open” or “rolling” approach to running sexual offender treatment programsL. E. Marshall, M. D. O’Brien, W. L. Marshall, G. A. SerranEvaluating sexual offender management in Austria’s Correctional systemA. Matthes, R. EherThe effectiveness of restorative justice systemsA.-M. McAlindenDevelopment of the Multi-Agency Sex Offender Risk Assessment and Risk Management (MASRAM) Arrangements in Northern IrelandW. J. McAuleyInternet offenders – a “new” offender category?H. L. Merdian, C. Calkins Mercado, R. Egg, D. P. BoerThe contribution of age to risk-related findings in phallometryH. L. Merdian, D. T. Jones, J. Looman, D. P. BoerSexual states of mind: sexual redning, sexual offending and sexual medingD. Millar Drugs, sex, and aggression: The association between substance use, abuse, and sexual aggressionM. H. Miner The use of psychometrics for treatment planning of sexual offenders in prisonM. Baki Maat SatReframing Sexual Violence through discourses of culture and modernityB. MoolmanUntil death us do part? Homicide risk in intimate partner sex offendersW. Morgan, E. Gilchrist Cultural issues and myths among juvenile offendersJ. Mostert Preventing sexual violence through effective sexual offender treatment and public policyM. MpanzaIntegrated sex offender treatment: What the sex offenders say works in THEIR treatmentN. Muldoon, G. Moane, G. O’ReillyDifficulties and differences when treating adults who rape as apposed to paedophilesV. M. Mvandaba-Kokong Research: The life experience of adolescent sexual offender: Factors within the family that contribute to offending behavioursL. K. NaidooThe Impact of culture of sexual offendingT. D. PayneSexual Offender Treatment: Its scope, its power, and its benefits for societyF. PfäfflinCastrating human rights: A rights based approach to the use of anti-libidinal suppressants with high-risk sex offendersB. Rainey, K. HarrisonThe standardized prediction of sexual motivated hands-on reoffenses of convicted sexual offendersM. Rettenberger, R. EherEthical issues in the treatment of adolescent sex offendersK. Riar, M. Hediger, E. MurphyEnhancing community collaboration to stop sexual harm by youthJ. Schladale An analysis of the phenomena of child on child abuseS. Omar The management of young male sexual offenders: A teddy bear clinic model for interventionS. Omar Training educators to deal with the sexual abuse of school childrenS. Omar The comparisons among treated, non-treated sexual offenders, and general population in Taiwanese samples: What they have learned from therapy?S.-A. Shen, K.-Y. Ding, M.-F. Wu Childhood sexual abuse experiences of female student teachers in ZimbabweA. Shumba, A. H. Makura, P. Gwirayi Management of child sexual abuse cases by female school heads in ZimbabweA. Shumba, A. H. Makura, P. Gwirayi Understanding and responding to sexual offending by youth in remote Australian indigenous communitiesS. Smallbone, S. Rayment-McHugh, S. Addison Evaluation of sex offender treatment in the Netherlands: A quasi experimental studyW. Smid, D. van Beek Sexual homicide perpetrators: A comparison of child versus adult victimsA. Spehr, A. Hill, N. Habermann, P. Briken, W. Berner The content of an intervention program for incarcerated rapistsH. Strydom, K. van der Berg Mentoring sexual brokenness among offenders in South African correctional facilities: A Pretoria (tswane) case studyG. Swanepoel, J. W. Grobler Thirty year follow-up of recidivismR. E. Swinburne Romine, S. M. Dwyer, D. Finstad Sibling incest: Characteristics and dynamics of adolescent sibling incest offenders compared to non-sibling sex offendersI. Tidefors More harm than good: Sex offender laws in the USS. Tofte Penile Plethysmography – 50th Anniversary: Useful diagnostic tool or illusion?O.Trojan Intellectually disabled offenders: Risk factors and recidivism after treatmentJ. van Horn, J. Mulder Work with children who are sexually aggressive: An overview of policy and legislation supporting the treatment of children and an overview of a treatment programme designed to meet the requirements of Law and PolicyJ. van Niekerk, L. Naidoo Professionals as sex-offenders. Assessment and treatment. Differences and similarities between South Africa and EuropeJ. van Niekerk, W. Tschan Sexual offenders on the admission ward: Theoretical taxonomy and practical relevanceF. von Franqué, T. Rewicki Treating sexual offenders within multiple prison and community sites: Putting theory into practiceJ. Ware Rape and child sexual abuse in the Czech Republic: Results of three representative studiesP. Weiss Notes from a small island: An exploration of the offending process in the use of internet child pornography & its relationship to contact offending in the UKA. White Agency, relatedness, inner peace and problem-solving in sexual offending: How sexual offenders prioritise and operationalise their Good Lives conceptionsJ. L. Wood, G. D. Barnett The need to build a just societyL. Yengopal
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