Vol. XXVIII, No. 3
Summer 2016
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In This Issue
Regular Features
Editor's Note
President's Message
FAQ
Are Juvenile Sexual Risk Assessment Instruments Adequate on Their Own to Assess Risk?
Featured Articles
Preventing Clinician Burnout
A Theoretical Framework for Proscribing Pornography Viewing for Those With Sex Offense Convictions
Online Debate 5: Developing a worldly understanding of sexual offenders and their management
Students' Voice
Sexual Deviance and General Criminality Factors Among Adolescent Sex Offenders
3rd Annual ATSA Student Clinical Case and Data Blitz
Book Review
The Trauma Myth
ATSA News
2016 Election
35th ATSA Conference
Awards Announcements
ATSA Chapters: Amplifying ATSAs Footprint in the World
New ATSA Members
Newsletter Tools
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David Prescott
Book Review Editor

Sarah Gorter
Production Editor

Forum Editor
Contact the editor or submit articles to:

Heather M. Moulden, Ph.D.
Forensic Program
St. Joseph's Healthcare
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
E: hmoulden@stjoes.ca
P: (905) 522-1155 ext. 35539
35th ATSA Conference



2016 Plenary Speakers

Dr. Sarah McMahon of Rutgers University kicks off the ATSA conference Thursday morning with, “Campus Sexual Violence: Moving the Dialogue Forward”. Dr. McMahon will review current data and trends related to campus sexual violence and illuminate how those who work with sexual abusers can help move the dialogue forward. Friday will bring a three part discussion reflecting our “Different Roles, Same Goals” with “Moving the Field Forward” a discussion surrounding developments in assessment, treatment, and the prevention of sexual abuse by Dr. R. Karl Hanson of Public Safety Canada, Dr. Mark E. Olver of the University of Saskatchewan and Dr. Elizabeth J. Letourneau of Johns Hopkins University’s School of Public Health. Saturday our conference closes with two impactful talks, “Making Untouchable Watchable,” by attorney turned documentary filmmaker David Feige, who explores the complexities of making a film that challenges many of the myths surrounding sex offenders. Dr. Alejandro Leguizamo will bring the conference to a close discussing the importance of developing good therapeutic relationships and group cohesion, with a focus on multicultural competencies with his presentation, “The Elephant in the Room: Multicultural Issues in Sex Offender Treatment.”

Check the conference website for information on hotel and travel, exhibiting and sponsorship, and on visiting Disney World.

Conference registration will open in July.

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