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2006-Supplement 1

"The Benefits of Sexual Offender Therapy"

9th Conference of the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (IATSO)
September 6-9, 2006

- Abstracts -



  • K 01:   Effectiveness of Sexual Offender Treatment Programs and Costs Benefit Analyses
    W. L. Marshall
  • K 02:   The Benefits of Sexual Offender Therapy
    F. Pfäfflin
  • K 03:   Crime Statistics and Public Opinion. Two Different Pictures of One Phenomenon
    Ch. Pfeiffer
  • K 04:   Integrating Rapist Typologies with Etiological Dimensional Models of Rape
    R. Knight
  • K 05:   A Descriptive and Phallometric Examination of Elderly Sexual Offenders
    L.E. Marshall
  • K 06:   The Adolescent Who Sexually Offends: Current Knowledge and Standards of Care
    M.H. Miner
  • K 07:   Therapy Relevant Typology of Paedophiles
    W. Berner
  • K 08:   An Integrated Theory of Sexual Offending
    T. Ward
  • K 09:   Hypersexuality, Paraphilia-Related Disorders and Sexual Offending
    M.P. Kafka
  • K 10:   A Neurobiological Perspective on Attachment Problems in Sexual Offenders and the Role of Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors in Treatment of Such Problems
    A. Beech
  • K 11:   The Berlin Primary Prevention Approach: A Treatment Program for Paedophiles
    K.M. Beier, Ch.J. Ahlers, G.A. Schaefer, S. Feelgood
  • K 12:   Sexual Offenders and their Risk for Reoffense: A Critical Review of Risk Assessment Instruments
    N. Nedopil, C. Stadtland
  • K 13:   Recidivism and Risk Assessment in Sexual Homicide Perpetrators
    A. Hill, N. Habermann, D. Klussmann, W. Berner, P. Briken
  • K 14:   Dynamic Risk Assessment for Sexual Offenders on Community Supervision
    R.K. Hanson
  • K 15:   New Aspects on Innerfamiliar Child Sexual Abuse
    R. Eher
  • K 16:   Forensic Operationalized Therapy / Risk Evaluation System (FOTRES): Presentation of a New Prognostic Quality-Management System
    F. Urbaniok
  • K 17:   Sexual Offender Therapy in the Correctional Setting
    R.E. Mann
  • K 19:   Risk Assessment - for Profit and Public Safety
    D.P. Boer
  • K 20:   Algorithms for Medical Treatment of Sexual Offenders
    P. Briken
  • K 21:   Therapy of Sexual Offenders in Prison: Between Confidentiality and Security Needs
    H.A.G. Bosinski
  • K 22:   The Relationship Between Pornography Use and Sexual Offending
    M. Seto
  • K 23:   Internet and Sexual Offending
    R. Egg


  • WS A:   Identification and Treatment Implications of Ward and Hudson´s Pathways: A Manualized Approach
    T. Ward, A. Beech
  • WS C:   Call Me What? Treat Me How?
    S.M. Dwyer
  • WS D:   Das Zusammenspiel von verhaltensthera-peutischen und psychodynamischen Therapieformen in der Behandlung von Sexualstraftätern
    P. Frottier
  • WS F:   Sexual Impulsivity Disorders: Axis I Comorbidity and a Rational Approach for Pharmacological Management
    M.P. Kafka
  • WS G:   Integrating Assessment, Etiology, Prognosis, and Treatment: The Structural Revision of a Rapist Typology
    R. Knight
  • WS H:   Die Beurteilung des Therapieerfolgs bei psychiatrisch behandelten Sexualstraftätern durch Kliniker und Gutachter
    H.-L. Kröber, S. Lau
  • WS I:   Self-Esteem and Other Esteem in Sexual Offenders
    R.E. Mann
  • WS J:    Therapeutic Processes in the Treatment of Sexual Offenders
    W.L. Marshall, L.E. Marshall
  • WS K:   Beyond Relapse Prevention: The Sexual Health Model in Sexual Offender Treatment
    M.H. Miner
  • WS L:   Forensisches Operationalisiertes Therapie Risiko-Evaluations-System (FOTRES): Aufbau, Theorie und Demonstration der praktischen Anwendung eines neuen prognostischen Qualtätsmanagmentsystems
    F. Urbaniok
  • WS M:   Stable-2000: An Empirically Validated Method of Assessing the Treatment Needs of Sexual Offenders
    R.K. Hanson

Free Workshops

  • FWS 1:   Attachment - An Issue for Last Session or a New Approach in Treatment of Sexual Offenders: Non-Verbal Issues in Treatment Relationships
    J. Nikolaisen, S. Krogh
  • FWS 2:   Treating Female Sexual Offenders
    Ch. Steen
  • FWS 3:   How to Use Structured Clinical Guidelines with Actuarial Tools in a Convergent Approach to Risk Assessment
    D.P. Boer

Oral Presentations

  • OP 01:   Integrative Psychodynamic Group Therapy with Pedophilic Men - A Qualitative Study
    A. Hill, A. Sicher
  • OP 02:   Preliminary Findings from a Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy with Internet Sexual Offenders
    M. Graf, A. Weisert, V. Dittmann
  • OP 03:   Psychosexual Characteristics of Sexual Offenders and the Relationship to Sexual Reconviction
    L.A. Craig, K.D. Browne, A. Beech, I. Stringer
  • OP 04:   Rape Myths in Young Offenders
    D. Köhler, G. Hinrichs, N. Repp, L. Baving
  • OP 05:   Personality Characteristics of Male Sexual Offenders Illustrated by NEO PI-R
    E. Kristensen, E. Grahn, E. Lykke Mortensen
  • OP 06:   The State-of-the-Art of Sexual Offender Treatment in Europe. An Update of a Comparative Questionnaire Study in 22 Countries
    J. Frenken
  • OP 07:   Cognitive Distortions in Exhibitionists: A Tool for Group Psychotherapy
    J. Smith, I. Ségur, C. Sellem
  • OP 08:   Ergebnisse und Erfahrungen mit der kognitiv-behavioralen Behandlung von Sexualstraftätern im Maßregelvollzug
    K. Elsner
  • OP 09:   Released Sexual Offenders from Forensic Hospital (§ 63 StGB) - The Way of Reintegration
    D. Seifert
  • OP 10:   Standards in the Use of GNRH-Analogues for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders
    P. Briken, R. Eher
  • OP 11:   Sex Drive Reducing Agents for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders - Standards of Indication, Treatment and Prognosis
    A. Gnoth, B. Borchard
  • OP 12:   Selective Serotonine Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) in the Treatment of Paraphilia. A Retrospective Study
    Ch. Kraus, A. Hill, N. Habermann, K. Strohm, W. Berner, P. Briken
  • OP 13:   Dangerous Criminal Sexual Offenders
    S. Mollerup, B. Jessen-Petersen, G. Gabrielsen
  • OP 14:   Assessment of Risk and Manageability for Individuals with Developmental and Intellectual Limitations who Offend (ARMIDILO)
    D.P. Boer
  • OP 15:   Sexual Offenders with Learning Disabilities: Risk, Recidivism and Treatment
    L.A. Craig
  • OP 16:   Exclusive versus Nonexclusive Type of Paedophilia
    D. Goecker, Ch.J. Ahlers, G.A. Schaefer, J. Neutze, I.A. Mundt, E. Hupp, K.M. Beier
  • OP 17:   The System for the Classification of Extra-Familial Paedosexuals: A New Development in Typology Research
    S. Koeck, D. De Doncker, W. Huys, J. Winter
  • OP 18:   Validation of a New Scale for Measuring Victim Empathy in Pedophiles: The Empathy for Children Scale (ECS)
    G. Schaefer, S. Feelgood
  • OP 19:   Pilot Project: Children and Adolescents who Have Committed Sexual Offences
    J. Nikolaisen
  • OP 20:   The Study of Life Story of Juveniles Convicted of Sexual Offense in Reformatory
    Yüksel Baykara Acar
  • OP 21:   A Developmental Approach to Psycho-pathology in Adolescent Offenders: Subtyping Sexual Offenders and Assaultive Offenders
    P. Hummel
  • OP 22:   Clinical and Actuarial Risk Assessment Variable Correlates of Participant Status in a Sexual Violent Predator (SVP) Program
    C. Sturgeon, B. Jackson, H. Richards
  • OP 23:   A Comparison of Sexually Violent Predators and Sexual Offenders not Meeting Sexually Violent Predator Status
    B.L. Blasko
  • OP 24:   Sexual Offender Risk Assessment Strategies: Is there a Convergence of Opinion yet?
    D.P. Boer, S.D. Hart
  • OP 25:   Adult Sexual Offenders against Minors in Cyprus
    L. Kariolou, S. Vizakou
  • OP 26:   Training for Sexual Offender Rehabilitation in a Developing and Multi-Cultural Country
    L. Naidoo, J. van Niekerk
  • OP 27:   Use of an Exposure Technique in the Treatment of a Sexual Offender
    S. Oz
  • OP 28:   A Therapeutic Model of Inpatient Treatment of Juvenile Sexual Offenders with Multiple Traumatisation
    H. Bovensmann
  • OP 29:   The Treatment of a Sexual Offender by Proxy: A Psychoanalytic Case Study
    D. Millar
  • OP 30:   Responding Therapeutically to Sexual Offenders’ Expressions of Sexual Attractiontoward their Treatment Providers
    C. Sturgeon
  • OP 31:   Paedophilic Men Seeking Help - First Results of the Berlin Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (PPD)
    G.A. Schaefer, C.J. Ahlers, D. Goecker, J. Neutze, I.A. Mundt, E. Hupp, K.M. Beier
  • OP 32:   Sexual Offender Treatment - More Than Just Relapse Prevention. Reflecting on the Phoenix Program Experience
    L.H. Studer
  • OP 33:   Years Teach What Days Never Knew
    S.M. Dwyer
  • OP 34:   Rehabilitation of Professionals after Professional Sexual Misconduct (PSM)
    W. Tschan
  • OP 35:   How it is to Have a Brain - Does Brain Activity Abolish Legal Responsibility of Sexual Offenders?
    H.-L. Kröber
  • OP 36:   Neurobiologischer Determinismus
    F. Urbaniok
  • OP 37:   Privatization in Prison-Services and Forensic Clinics
    G. Knecht
  • OP 38:   Sexual Offenders in Preventive Detention
    E. Habermeyer, D. Passow, P. Puhlmann, K. Vohs
  • OP 39:   Sexual Offences in Schizophrenia
    G. Ortwein-Swoboda, T. Stompe, H. Schanda
  • OP 40:   Sexual Offenders Institutionalised Pursuant to § 64 of the Criminal Code - Epidemiology and Problems of Treatment
    K. Hoffmann, T. Kluttig
  • OP 41:   Visual Ratings of Point-Light-Walkers - A New Method to Detect Paedophilic Interests?
    A. König, A. Schölmerich, N. Troje
  • OP 42:   Assessing Sexual Preferences through the Transformation of Arbitrary Stimulus Functions: A Potentially Useful Forensic Assessment Tool
    D.J. O’Sullivan, S. Hammond
  • OP 43:   Comparison of Sexual Offenders and Substance Abusers about their Psycho-physiological Responses and Cognitive Schema under Stressful Conditions
    R. Chen
  • OP 44:   Sexual Homicide - A Comparison of Cases
    F. Koenraadt
  • OP 45:   Sexual Homicide Perpetrators - Criminal Responsibility and Type of Detention
    A. Hill, M. Ujeyl, N. Habermann, P. Briken, W. Berner
  • OP 46:   Recidivism in Juvenile Sexual Homicide Offenders - A Long-term Follow-up Study
    N. Habermann, A. Hill, P. Briken, W. Berner
  • OP 47:   Attainment of Treatment Goals and Dynamic Change: Contributions to Sexual Offender Risk Assessments
    S. Beggs
  • OP 48:   Prediction of Drop-Out from German Social Therapy
    S. Suhling
  • OP 49:   Risk Factors Post-Treatment: Are They Still Predictive for Sexual Offenders?
    L.H. Studer


  • PO 01:   Media Campaign: "Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse in the Dunkelfeld"
    C.J. Ahlers, S. Feelgood, G.A. Schaefer, K.M. Beier
  • PO 02:   Goal Attainment as a Measure of Treatment Outcome among Child Sexual Offenders
    S. Beggs
  • PO 03:   Paraphilias and Paraphilia-Related Disorders in Sexual Murderers
    P. Briken, N. Habermann, M.P. Kafka, W. Berner, A. Hill
  • PO 04:   A Neurobiologically Based Alternative to Phallometry
    F. Bruinsma
  • PO 05:   Social Therapy for Sexual Offenders in Penal Institutions: Criminological Evaluation of the Social Therapy Ward in Halle (Saale)
    K.-D. Bussmann, S. Seifert, K. Richter
  • PO 06:   Reconsidering Risk for Reoffense in Intrafamilial Child Molesters: New Aspects on Clinical and Criminological Issues
    R. Eher, K. Ott, T. Ross
  • PO 07:   "It’s Like Chocolate"- Psychoeducation and Treatment Compliance for Sex Drive Reducing Agents
    A. Gnoth, B. Borchard
  • PO 08:   Childhood Psychosexuality: Non-Pedophiles versus Pedophiles
    M.M. Griesemer
  • PO 09:   On Pedophilia Aetiogenesis
    M.M. Griesemer
  • PO 10:   Group-Rape as Group-Activity
    M. Hoing, M. Jonker
  • PO 11:   Offender Behavior and Personality in Severe Violent and Sexual Offenders
    D. Köhler, S. Müller, G. Hinrichs
  • PO 12:   A Psychological Treatment Program for Juveniles Sexual Offenders: When I Think of My Self as a Victim and I Don’t See the Others as My Victims
    C. Manita
  • PO 13:   Analysis of Risk Factors and Protective Factors after the Release of Imprisoned Sexual Offenders
    A. Matthes, R. Eher
  • PO 14:   "CogDis": A First Comprehensive Questionnaire for the Measurement of Cognitive Distortions of Child Molesters (Questionnaire in German)
    E. Quendler, R. Eher
  • PO 15:   Actuarial Assessment of Sexual Offender Recidivism Risk: A Validation of the German Version of the Static-99
    M. Rettenberger, R. Eher
  • PO 16:   Residential Treatment Program for Detained and Civilly Committed Sexual Offenders in Washington State
    C. Sturgeon
  • PO 17:   Prediction of Attitudes toward Child Sexual Abuse
    O. Skorpe Tennfjord, T. Rundmo
  • PO 18:   Usefulness of the K-SCT Test in Assessment of Sexual Offenders
    A. Tomoto, S. Minoshita, J. Sudo, S. Obata, A. Yamagami
  • PO 19:   Stalking: An Offence Focused Treatment Approach
    W. Tschan
  • PO 20:   An Irish Study of Childhood Abuse and Neglect and Subsequent Experiences of Adult Intimate Relationships in a Population of Men who Have Sexually Abused Children
    P. Walsh, J. De Volder


  • K 24:   The Relationship between Sexual Violence and the Transmission of HIV/AIDS: A Perspective from a Presiding Judical Officer Working in a Specialised Sexual Offences Court in Soweto, South Africa
    D. Dosio

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