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2018-Supplement 1

FPP - 2018-Supplement 1

15th Conference of the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (IATSO)
Ilona Laurinaityte, Reinhard Eher, Ellids Kristensen, Martin Rettenberger (Eds.)

Are non-offending adult men, who are sexually interested in children, in need of therapy?
Katarina Alanko

Early interventions with young people who display harmful sexual behaviour online
Stuart Allardyce

Evaluation of the implementation of Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA) in Catalonia: The first five years.
Antonio Andrés-Pueyo, Thuy Nguyen & Manel Capdevila

Towards a better understanding of incest: A review of sibling and father-daughter incest
Kelly M. Babchishin

Users of Child Sexual Exploitation Material: A review
Kelly M. Babchishin

Using psychopathy to identify differences between variants of adolescent sex offenders
Ricardo Barroso, Patricia Figueiredo & Kostas Fanti

A new approach to treating sexual fantasies? Using bilateral eye-movements to impair the experience of sexual fantasies
Ross M. Bartels & Nikki Beard

Exploring the factor structure of Gray et al.’s (2003) Sexual Fantasy Questionnaire
Ross M. Bartels & Craig A. Harper

Validation of the original method measuring coping using sex in prisoners
Dominika Bartoszak

Challenges and debates in risk assessment: Moving the field forward or not?
Anthony R. Beech

Risk factors for sexual offending indicating innovative approaches to treatment
Anthony R. Beech

Exploring barriers to prevention: When therapeutic confidentiality cannot be guaranteed
Sarah M. Beggs Christofferson

A study of a new psychiatric/psychological unit working with the Roman Catholic Church in France following the revelation of a number of cases of pedophilia and sexual aggression
Wayne Bodkin, Mathieu Lacambre, Céline Baïs, Magali Teillard-Dirat, Stéphane Bonnet, Cyril Manzanera, Cindy Prudhomme & Philippe Courtet

Clinical utility of the standardized risk levels in a high-risk/need treatment centre
Andrew Brankley & Drew Kingston

Pedophilic individuals represent a distinct group: A taxometric analysis of adult males evaluated for sexual dangerousness in Massachusetts
Andrew Brankley, Raymond A. Knight & R. Karl Hanson

What’s behind the screen? New insights on offending and victimisation depicted in Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Material
Margaret Brennan

Neurobiology of pedophilia or paraphilia? Towards a ‘Grand Unified Theory’ of sexual interests
James M. Cantor

Pedophilia and the brain: The three big questions now asked and answered
James M. Cantor

How can we better assess both the risks and strengths of women who committed a sexual offence?
Cristiana Cardoso

Gender, sexual arousal, and sexual desire
Meredith L. Chivers

Understanding the needs of minor attracted persons
Carisa Collins

Female sexual offenders: A special subgroup
Franca Cortoni

Gender-informed assessment and treatment approaches with women who sexually offend
Franca Cortoni

Sex offending across the lifespan: What do we know?
Rebecca Crookes, Sarah Brown, Kate Walker, Carlo Tramontano, & Hayley Wright

Adapted Circles of Support and Accountability for people with intellectual disabilities or autism
Richard Curen

“You wouldn’t believe what she did” – A female sexual victim/offender, her children and the law
Richard Curen

Relationships between perpetrators of multiple perpetrator sexual offending: Implications for treatment
Teresa da Silva, Leigh Harkins & Jessica Woodhams

Rape proclivity and related constructs
Laleh Dadgardoust

Let’s talk about (deviant) sexual interests: How Stop it Now! Flanders supports people with pedophilic feelings and their inner circle.
Minne De Boeck & Charlotte De Pourcq

Stop it Now! Flanders (BE) and the Netherlands: Prevention of child sexual abuse and support of people with pedophilic feelings.
Minne De Boeck & Ellen Janssen

It is possible! Victims and offenders think together about the prevention of sexually transgressive behavior.
Stijn De Hert

Examining somnophilia and its related constructs: Introducing the Somnophilic Interest and Proclivity Scale (SIPS)
Elizabeth Deehan & Ross M. Bartels

Dynamic factors and desistance among sex offenders: impact on reintegration in the society
Denis Delannoy, Emilie Telle, Luc Robert, Ilena Strzoda & Thierry H. Pham

An example in France of a father sexual abuser’s treatment after his sentence: What works and what does not work?
Adelyne Denis & Déborah Chauwin

Pathways in the offending patterns of woman who sexually assault children with their spouse
Marion Desfachelles & Franca Cortoni

Acquisition learning in child molesters
Tineke Dillien, Kris Goethals, Bernard Sabbe, Inti A. Brazil

Reinforcement learning in child molesters
Tineke Dillien, Kris Goethals, Bernard Sabbe & Inti A. Brazil

Childhood experience of care and abuse among sex offenders
Claire Ducro

Criminal, socio-demographic, diagnostic and treatment characteristics of sex offenders in Belgium: a longitudinal study
Claire Ducro, Emilie Telle & Thierry H. Pham

Predictive validity of the Static-99R, Static2002R, BARR-2002R, SORAG and VRAG-R evaluations among released sex offenders in Belgium
Claire Ducro & Thierry H. Pham

Recidivism rates of released sex offenders in Belgium
Claire Ducro, Emilie Telle & Thierry H. Pham

Living with my sexual interest: The experiences of individuals in the community who self-identify as attracted to children
Helen Elliott & Rebecca Lievesley

Determining sexual offender profiles from life trajectories
Julien Eloir, Claire Ducro & Jean-Louis Nandrino

Continuity of treatment and supervision from the prison to the community – A case for increased treatment effectiveness
Robert Epstein & Tova Helfman

Static risk factors in sexual offenders: The predictive validity applying machine learning algorithms
Sonja Etzler, Felix Schönbrodt, Reinhard Eher, & Martin Rettenberger

The Eradicating Child Sexual Abuse Project (ECSA) – Taking the next steps in prevention
Donald Findlater

The UK Deterrence Campaign – What we learned from 60,000 online sex offenders
Donald Findlater

The UK Stop It Now! Helpline – Secondary prevention of the sexual abuse of children
Donald Findlater

Female psychotherapist and male patient: The influence of gender in forensic (sex) psychotherapy
Annika Flöter & Viktoria Märker

Future directions in sexual offending: Is treatment effective?
Theresa A. Gannon

Decreasing the barriers to seek help. – The utilization of Troubled Desire – An online selfmanagement tool for pedophiles and hebephiles
Hannes Gieseler, Miriam Schuler, Lea Ludwig, Katharina Schweder, Laura F. Kuhle & Klaus M. Beier

Implicit tests in the assessment of sexual preferences: From scientific evidence to judicial proof
Marc Graf

The relevance of the Hypersexual Disorder for the assessment of recidivism risk in sexual offenders
Priscilla Gregório Hertz, Peer Briken, Reinhard Eher, Wolfgang Retz & Martin Rettenberger

‘What kind of fucked up family did I come from?’ Exploring the relationship between child sexual abuse, personality disorder and sexual preoccupation among individuals who have previously sexually offended
Jackie Hamilton, Belinda Winder, Nicholas Blagden & Kerensa Hocken

Empirical methods for revising placement in the standardized risk levels for sexual offenders
R. Karl Hanson

Release from the sex offender label: Years offence free and dynamic reassessment
R. Karl Hanson

The predictive validity of rape proclivity measures
Leigh Harkins & Shannon Vettor

Suppression as an indicator of internalised stigma in people with sexual interests in children
Craig Harper, Rebecca Lievesley, Helen Elliott, Georgina Mclocklin & Christine Norman

Using narrative humanization to improve social attitudes towards people with paedophilic sexual interests
Craig Harper, Ross Bartels, Todd Hogue, Rebecca Lievesley & Nicholas Blagden

Do the standardized risk levels improve understanding and interpretation of risk assessment results?
L. Maaike Helmus

Sexual violence and secondary prevention: An exploration of opportunities and barriers to implementing a secondary prevention approach to harmful sexual behaviour in New Zealand
Heath Hutton

An annotated history of risk assessment: The emergence of the VRAG-R
Brian Judd, Vernon L. Quinsey & L. Maaike Helmus

The Violence Risk Appraisal Guide – Revised (VRAG-R): Application to European offenders
Brian Judd & Vernon L. Quinsey

Implicit assessment of pedophilic sexual preference using a modified picture stroop task in combination with fMRI
Christian Kärgel, Claudia Massau & Boris Schiffer

How well do police assessors determine the risk and need of registered sexual offenders?
Stephanie Kewley & Saabirah Osman

Unpacking CEM offenders: Risk, precursors, and disruption opportunities
Eliza M. Kirby

A prison-based model of Circles of Support and Accountability: Exploring core member and volunteer experience
Rosie Kitson-Boyce

Psychosocial characteristics of Lithuanian juvenile male sexual offenders in comparison to nonsexual juvenile offenders
Virginija Klimukiene, Laura Ustinaviciute, Alfredas Laurinavicius, Ilona Laurinaityte, Mykolas Baltrunas

Diminished functional connectivity in the resting brain in child sexual offenders.
Jonas Kneer, Christopher Sinke, Charlotte Gibbels, Jorge Ponseti, Henrik Walter, Klaus M. Beier, Boris Schiffer, Kolja Schiltz, Martin Walter & Tillmann H.C. Kruger

Assessment and treatment of pedophiles who use child sexual exploitation materials
Anna Konrad & Laura F. Kuhle

Assessment and treatment of pedophiles who use child sexual exploitation materials
Laura F. Kuhle & Anna Konrad

Pedophilia and online sexual grooming of children in the Dunkelfeld
Laura F. Kuhle & Daniela Stelzmann

Psycho criminological profile of child sex offenders
Mathieu Lacambre, Cindy Prudhomme, Héléna Berthet, Wayne Bodkin, Philippe Courtet

Clinical, cultural, historical, political and legal aspects of “Pedophilia”. Time for clean-up?
Thore Langfeldt

Hetero- and homosexual orientation and sexual identity in people who sexually offend children
Thore Langfeldt

Challenges of implementing evidence-based practices in sex offender management
Ilona Laurinaityte

Sound Policy and Practice to Prevent and Address Sex Crime
Elizabeth J. Letourneau

Informing prevention: Building a picture of non-offending individuals who self-identify as attracted to children
Rebecca Lievesley, Helen Elliott, Christine Norman & Georgina McLocklin

‘One a day keeps prison away’: Understanding the experiences of individuals taking antilibidinal medication to manage sexual preoccupation and hypersexuality
Rebecca Lievesley, Belinda Winder & Christine Norman

Understanding the journeys of individuals taking antilibidinal medication to manage their sexual preoccupation and hypersexuality: A case study approach
Rebecca Lievesley, Christine Norman & Belinda Winder

Childhood adverse experiences, attachment, and sexual victimisation and perpetration in a community sample
Megan Mardus & Caoilte Ó Ciardha

A knowledge translation informed integrated approach to the treatment of sex offenders
Liam E. Marshall

Effective strategies for working with sex offenders in denial
Liam E. Marshall

Attraction to physical and psychological features of children in persons with pedohebephilia
Frederica M. Martijn, Kelly M. Babchishin, Lesleigh Pullman & Michael C. Seto

Experiences of sexual and romantic attraction to children and/or adults in persons with pedohebephilia
Frederica M. Martijn, Kelly M. Babchishin, Lesleigh Pullman & Michael C. Seto

Sexual preference and offense status of the clients of the prevention outpatient clinic – Influence on the attendance of the therapy
Caroline M. Marx, Moritz Baumgarten & Manfred Elmar Beutel

A new Viewing Time approach: Assessing pedophilic sexual preference using a combination of behavioral and fMRI data
Claudia Massau, Christian Kärgel & Boris Schiffer

Supporting the reintegration of released sex offenders: Exploring the experiences of Belgian CoSA volunteers.
Liesbeth Merckx & Uzieblo Kasia

A feasibility study of integrating structured individual offending pathway analysis into group treatment for individuals who have accessed, shared, and/or distributed Child Sexual Exploitation Material
Hannah Merdian, Derek Perkins, Darragh McCashin & Jelena Stevanovic

Men who travel to abuse children – The issue of transnational child sexual abuse results from a focus group
Hannah Merdian, Derek Perkins, Stephen Webster, Darragh McCashin & Jelena Stevanovic

STOP IT NOW! NL The results of an anonymous helpline to prevent child sexual abuse
Jules Mulder & Ellen Janssen

The relationship between policy and practice of police officers conducting risk assessments using Active Risk Management System (ARMS) during the home visit process
Leona Mydlowski

Applicability of the self-regulation model to sexual offenders in Singapore
Kend Tuck Ng, Priyathanaa Kalyanasundram, Joylynn Quek, Eng Hao Loh

Does coping style mediate a link between childhood adversity and problematic sexual behaviour?
Caoilte Ó Ciardha

Identifying the coping strategies of purportedly non-offending pedophilic and hebephilic individuals from their online forum posts
Caoilte Ó Ciardha, Sarah J. Jones & Ian A. Elliott

Forms of sexual abuse and the degree of their brutalization, and the perpetrators’ attitude to committed acts
Justyna Oettingen & Joanna Brataniec

Using the Violence Risk Scale-Sexual Offense version in sexual violence risk assessments: Updated risk categories and recidivism estimates from a multisite treated sample
Mark Olver

Understanding students’ perspectives on consent & sexual experiences
Alisia M. Palermo

Emotional intelligence and difficulties in emotion regulation in a sample of Italian sex offenders
Marcello Paltrinieri, Maura Garombo, Maria Teresa Molo & Carlo Rosso

An Item Response Theory analysis of the Cognitions of Internet Sexual Offending (C-ISO) scale
Sarah Paquette & Franca Cortoni

How do sexual interests cluster? A factor analysis of the Sexual Interest Cardsort Questionnaire
Sarah Paquette & Sébastien Brouillette-Alarie

International Working Group on Best Practice in the Management of Online Sexual Offending – Report launch
Derek Perkins, Maggie Brennan, Hannah Merdian, Andy Phippen &

Sean Hammond Conducting ethical research with incarcerated sexual offenders
Dawn Pflugradt & Bradley Allen

Exploring emotional support and social isolation in adult female sexual offenders
Dawn Pflugradt & Bradley Allen

Female sex offenders and anxiety related to community re-entry
Dawn Pflugradt & Bradley Allen

“The system is causing these situations”– A qualitative approach to explore the gulf between policy, safeguarding and conduct in teenaged peer on peer online sexual abuse
Andy Phippen & Margaret Brennan

Anxiety and sexual offending against children
Katarzyna Pilarczyk & Maria Beisert

Response inhibition and error monitoring in pedophilic child sexual offenders studied by eventrelated potentials
Timm Rosburg, Gunnar Deuring, Coralie Boillat, Patrick Lemoine, Michael Falkenstein, Marc Graf & Ralph Mager

Treating sexual offenders with testosterone-lowering medication: Who is being treated and how does treatment affect delinquent fantasies?
Julia Sauter, Daniel Turner, Peer Briken & Martin Rettenberger

Evaluation of the risk of recurrence in sex offenders: An Italian research
Franco Scarpa, Barbara Gualco, Silvana Grandizio & Regina Rensi

Therapy dropouts in undetected pedophilic and hebephilic men from the community
Gerold Scherner, Julia Albrecht & Dorit Grundmann

Neurobiological underpinnings of pedophilia and child sexual offending
Boris Schiffer

“We are not quite there yet!” – A qualitative approach to explore the gaps and future challenges in the field of online Child Sexual Exploitation Material offenders
Britta Schumacher, Hannah Merdian, Linsey Raymaekers & Derek Perkins

Can transcranial direct current stimulation increase cognitive control in pedophilic men?
Michael Seto, Patrizia Pezzoli, Pekka Santtila, Anastasios Ziogas, Andreas Mokros, Natalia Jaworska, Paul Fedoroff & Verner Knott

Integrating theories of sexual violence: Incorporating the clinical symptoms of the Pathway Model into the Confluence Model
Froso Souroulla Kay & Panayiotis Stavrinidis

Hope and hopelessness in the process of promoting change – Evidence from a preventive detention sample
Joanna Stasch, Julia Sauter, Katharina Seewald & Klaus-Peter Dahle

Differences between pedophile and non-pedophile sexual groomers of children. A qualitative study
Daniela Stelzmann, Stefan Siegel & Till Amelung

The impact of the German media coverage about pedophilia on help-seeking pedophiles
Daniela Stelzmann & Jens Wagner

Conceptual overlap between Pedophilia and Hebephilia: Implications for the Screening Scale for Pedophilic Interest – Revised (SSPI-2)
Skye Stephens, Martin L. Lalumière, James C. Cantor & Michael C. Seto

Offence-supportive cognitions of Child Sexual Exploitation Material users: A validation study of the Internet Cognitions & Implicit Theories Evaluation Questionnaire
Jelena Stevanovic, Hannah Merdian & Ross Bartels

Attitudes towards sex offenders registry: Media reaction and users’ comments
Filip Szumski, Krzysztof Kasparek, Paulina Probe & Michal Dolczewski

Static factors in sex offenders and sexual recidivism
Emilie Telle, Ilena Strzoda, Denis Delannoy & Thierry H. Pham

How would a child see it? Exploring the impact on children when their father is arrested for accessing indecent images of children (IIOC)
Lisa Thornhill

Recognition of facial expressions of emotions among sexual offenders: A meta-analysis
Luca A. Tiberi, Mandy Rossignol, Audrey Vicenzutto, Marie-Christine Stafford, Lucas Equeter & Thierry H. Pham

From paraphilic interests to behaviours: A theoretical model of promotive or suppressing factors involved in acting or refraining from acting on a paraphilic interest
Lauryn Vander Molen & Scott T. Ronis

Non-violent resistance against sexual violence: Inspiration for therapy
Kris Vanhoeck

Offender characteristics associated with transnational child sex offending: A systematic review
Sarah Wefers, F. Jeane Gerard & Kate Whitfield

Emotional processing of child and adult faces in pedophilic men
Julien Wessels, Andreas Mokros, Joachim Nitschke, Selina Weiss & Oliver Wilhelm

Paraphilias, perversions, personality disorders and psychoanalysis: Diagnostic controversies
Jessica Yakeley

When sexual fantasy becomes violent reality: Working psychoanalytically with sex and violence
Jessica Yakeley

Monitoring, not registering: The importance of reliable records of measures imposed to sex offenders
Petr Zeman & Sarka Blatnikova

Disorders of sexual preference in sex offenders: Toward an extended model for description
Monika Zielona-Jenek

When verbal labels are not efficient. Symbolization of age, gender and interpersonal relations in child sexual offenders
Monika Zielona-Jenek

Index of Authors


Forensische Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie
25. Jahrgang · 2018 · Supplement 1

Pabst, 2018
ISSN 0945-2540
Preis: 15,- €