New Perspectives in Sex Offender Treatment:Restorative Justice, Legal Questions and Humanistic Traditions as Challenges to Therapy11th Conference of the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (IATSO)September 1-4, 2010, Oslo, Norway- Abstracts -
Calculating risk: an overview of dynamic models and the integration of causal and survival modelsO. O. AalenMental disorders among incarcerated paedophilesT. Adiele, C. M. Davidson, E. del Busto, M. C. HarlowYoung people who sexually abuse: A research in Portuguese residential institutionsR. G. Barroso, C. Manita, P. NobreTreatment of consumers of illegal pornography: More than relapse preventionC. BenzAttachment and sexual delinquencyW. BernerThe decoding of women’s non-verbal cues by rape-prone menE. Blake, T. GannonArguments regarding a convergent approach to sexual violence risk assessmentD. P. BoerMultisystemic therapy with juvenile sexual offenders: clinical and cost effectiveness C. M. BorduinDogmatic beliefs in religion, psychoanalysis and law preventing sex offenders’ therapyI. BoschiPharmacotherapeutic options for sexual offendersP. BrikenNOT IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD: Assessing registered sex offenders’ experiences with local social capital and social controlK. B. Burchfield, W. MingusThe effectiveness of assessment instruments in measuring change in intellectually disabled sex offendersV. M. Burrett, J. Sakdalan, D. P. BoerPolygraph testing internet offendersJ. Buschman, D. WilcoxPTSD under-diagnosed in sexual offenders: The impact of bias, or narrow focus on risk and managementS. Cann, R. KonopaskyWorking together to prevent sexual recidivismS. CataneseThe role of attachment, interpersonal motivational systems and theory of mind in the sexual aggressor-victim relationship N. Castellino, M. Zaccagnino, F. VegliaFemale sexual offenders are differentF. CortoniEmpathy for the devil?K.-P. David, H. BovensmannProtective factors for (sexual) violence. Results with the SAPROF in a sample of sexual offendersV. de Vogel, M. de Vries RobbéAmerican chemical castration laws: Legal, ethical and medical issuesE. del Busto, M. C. Harlow, T. Adiele, W. Seabloom, C. M. DavidsonThe American female sex offender: Not just a tabooE. del Busto, M. C. Harlow, S. Margery, T. Adiele, C. M. DavidsonForensic sexology in Poland. Critical reviewJ. Drelicharz, J. K. GierowskiClinical aspects of risk assessment in pedosexual offendersR. EherIs the consumption of child pornography a risk factor for child sexual abuse?J. Endrass, A. Rossegger“First I’ll pick the potatoes”: When meaning and trust is offended, how can reflecting processes and new dialogical paths be explored and developed among those involved after sexual abuse towards children from their trusted adults? A. M. FlåmBody-oriented psychotherapy in the treatment of sexual offendersU. Franz, A. RadandtHebephilia is a mental disorder??R. GreenSexual offence recidivism and expert guidance to the courts: Separating folklore and junk science from science, illustrated by a high-profile case in NorwayP. GrøndahlPsychopathic characteristics and sexual deviancy in pedophilic and hebephilic child pornography offenders D. Grundmann, J. Neutze, K. M. BeierOn the Hypersexual Disorder Inventory (HDSI) in a Swedish group of self-reported hypersexual men and women. Preliminary dataJ. Hallberg, K. ÖbergMeta-analysis of treatment outcome in sexual offendersK. R. HansonTreating sex offenders: The morality and legality of treatment methodsK. Harrison, B. RaineyEnabling environment for sex offenders in prisonB. Hasselrot, C. FieldingSexual offences, law and moral – can behavior and attitudes be changed by legal and moral efforts?K. HermstadCircles NL – Circles Together for Safety; COSA in the Netherlands and EuropeHöing, M.Sex offenders from the Jewish Haredi Community in Israel: Assessment and treatment issuesY. Idisis, S. OzDiagnosis, assessment, and treatment of hypersexuality M. S. Kaplan, R. B. KruegerSocio-demographic and diagnostic characteristics of homicidal and non-homicidal sexual offendersJ. Koch, P. Briken, W. Berner, A. HillIndirect sexual preference measurement on child molesters today: A critical review and research propositionS. KoeckSexual homicide – The offender or the offense?F. KoenraadtTrue informed consent for treatment: Information, evidence, comparison, and path to complaintA. Konopasky, R. KonopaskyTreatment for the treatment provider: Resilience, a by-product of positive psychology, can be trained in the sexual offender therapistA. Konopasky, R. Konopasky, E. FordEstablishing the nexus between sexual assault and damages in civil suits: Reasoning, challenges, and responses to challengesR. Konopasky, J. McKinlay, T. BarrettSuccessful sexual offender therapy: No civil suits and no disciplinary measures against the therapistR. Konopasky, J. McKinlayFor sexual offenders, is good treatment no recidivism, cheaply bought, or is it treatment that best serves the sexual offender and society no matter the cost: A debateR. Konopasky, D. MillarNew developments in the diagnosis of sexual masochism and sexual sadismR. B. KruegerUse of sexually explicit and non-explicit images of children and associated risk factors for child sexual abuseL. Kuhle, J. Neutze, K. M. BeierContent of pedophilic and hebephilic sexual fantasies and its impact on child sexual abusive behaviorT. Kutscher, J. Neutze, K.-P. Dahle, K. M. BeierTransference Focused Psychotherapy (TFP) with sexual offendersF. LackingerThe homosexual dilemma in the Catholic ChurchT. LangfeldtChildhood, attachment and development of sexual offensive behaviour: Implications for therapyT. LangfeldtSex offending in South Africa - Towards a data driven prevention modelT. Majokweni, B. LawrenceCognitive distortions in child molesters: Should they all be treatment targetsW. L. MarshallDoes having sexual offenders complete more than one treatment intensity level increase reductions in recidivism?L. E. Marshall, J. Looman, E. PeacockA therapist rating scale for determining treatment-induced changeL. E. Marshall, W. L. Marshall, S. Humphries, G. Serran, M.D. O’BrienSexual desires and beliefs about social acceptability in incarcerated sexual offendersL. E. Marshall, M. D. O’Brien, W. L. MarshallPredictive and incremental validity of the STABLE-2000 and the STABLE-2007 in an Austrian sample of child sexual abusersA. Matthes, M. Rettenberger, R. EherEmpirical validation of the COPINE Scale as a research toolH. L. Merdian, D. P. Boer, N.J. WilsonFrom talking to feelingF. Mielke, K.-P. DavidFrom thinking to feeling and experiencing: Innovative methods for working with juvenile sex offendersF. Mielke, K.-P. DavidRestoring justice: The art of hatingD. MillarPiercing the sexual offence veil, in polygamous marriagesM. T. MpanzaTreatment of sex offenders in the prison system of the Republic of CroatiaL. Muzinic, L. Vukota, B. G. KorotajDynamic risk factors in undetected help seeking pedophiles and hebephilesJ. Neutze, D. Grundmann, G. A. Schaefer, K. M. BeierComparison of characteristics of rapists in prison and forensic settings: Is there a difference?J. Nitschke, A. Mokros, M. OsterheiderPsychiatric co-morbidity and sexual paraphilia in a group of Swedish men and women with hypersexual disorder. Preliminary dataK. Öberg, J. HallbergDevelopment of and preliminary result from KAOS, a cognitiv behaviour program for mentally disabled sexual offenders in forensic care S. Øverland, P. B. OlsenMandated reporting laws: Their impact on interventions in child sexual abuseS. OzA cognitive-behavioral conceptualization of hypersexuality N. PaunovicDealing with the hidden burden of incestK. T. PettersenShame within the context of child sexual abuseK. T. PettersenPsychotherapy research in forensic settingsF. PfäfflinApplication of the Massachusetts Treatment Centre Revised Rapist Typology to New Zealand high-risk Rapists: A pilot studyS. L. Reid, N. J. Wilson, D. P. BoerCurrent developments in actuarial risk assessment for sexual offenders: Static-99 and ageM. Rettenberger, T. Haubner, R. EherThe Norwegian penal code’s special measure “Mandatory Care”E. RevisTreatment for adult sex offenders: May we reject the null hypothesis?M. E. RiceCriminal behavior patterns of adolescents and young adults who have histories of sexual offensesS. T. Ronis, C. M. BorduinRisk Matrix 2000 validation on an Italian sample: A work in progressC. Rosso, M. Garombo, N. Castellino, S. Salvadori, L. Bastiani, A. Contarino, P. Garofano, F. Corti, M. T. Molo, F. VegliaCognitive distortions in pedophilic child molesters: Modification validation of the first German cognitive distortions questionnaire S. Scherr, R. Alexandrowicz, R. EherSexual sadism: Data on validity and reliability of a screening instrument based on file-informationF. Schilling, T. Ross, F. Pfäfflin, R. EherThe firefly jar they live in: Children and adolescents in sexual crisis, recent recidivism findings and the voices of the childrenW. SeabloomTelephone hotline for adults with a sexual interest in children: A review of the first 4 years. 2006-2010R. K. Simonsen, E. KristensenAttachment insecurity as a predisposing and precipitating factor for sexual offending S. Smallbone, N. McKillop, R. WortleyClinical indicators for sex offender treatment and their relationship to riskW. J. SmidSpecific age preferences in child molestersW. J. SmidSexual deviance, antisocial orientation and victim ageW. J. SmidType of cognitive distortion and recidivismW. J. SmidFemale sex offenders: Assessment and treatmentC. SteenThe HOW is much more important than the WHAT in the treatment of sex offendersL. StuderCulture and sexual offender rehabilitation: A New Zealand perspectiveA. Tamatea, M. Webb, D. P. Boer“State of Mind” regarding attachment in a group of 45 adolescents who have sexually offended I. TideforsManagement of side effects of Androgen deprivation therapy in sex offendersJ. A. Troelstra40 Year of history: Czech model of sexological treatmentO. Trojan, M. HollýAre there any clinical implications to be drawn from indirect measures of sexual interest? Data from the Explicit and Implicit Sexual Interest Profile (EISIP) K. Vanhoeck, A. F. Schmidt, R. BanseEvaluations of sexual offenders: How stereotypical bias may affect assessments of risk and treatment needC. Weber MalmbergCase studies in the utility of the polygraphD. Wilcox, J. BuschmanBayesian reasoning protects against confirmatory biases and illusions of certainty in sex offender risk assessmentsR. WollertAgainst risk-only risk assessmentD. Yoon, A. Spehr, P. Briken
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