Vol. 34, Issue 3
Summer 2022
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In This Issue
Farewell Letter to Maia
Editor's Column
ATSA Presidentís Column
Alcohol, Consent Education, and Sexual Violence on College Campuses: Opportunities for Prevention?
Bestiality and its Relevance in Psychosexual Evaluations
Treating Anxious Teens in an Anxious World
Examining the Dark Sides of Psychedelic Therapy
How to Treat Youths who have Committed Sexual Offenses
Child and Adolescent Committee
Membership Committee
Membership Coordinator for ATSA
Cybersex Unplugged: Finding Sexual Health in an Electronic World
Weston Edwards, David Delmonico,and Elizabeth Griffin
2011 CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 212 pages
ISBN-13:978-1453626450 $22.95 via Amazon (paperback)
The Correctional Helicopter: How and Why Correctional Agencies Fail to Rehabilitate Offenders
Richard J. Parker, Ph.D.
2022 Tellwell Talent 266 pages
ISBN-13 978-0228873235 Hardcover: $21.38 (Amazon)
Gregg Belle, Ph.D. of Quincy, Massachusetts, USA
Welcome ATSA's newest members
2022 ATSA CONFERENCE: October 26 - 29
ATSA Fellow Applications Open
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Forum Editor
ATSA Forum Editor:
Sharon Kelley, Psy.D.

Managing Editor:
Tegan Waring, B.A.

Editoral Board Members:
Katherine Gotch, M.A., LPC
Deirdre M. D'Orazio, Ph.D.
Rosaura Cruz, Ph.D.

Associate Editor of Research Corner:
Ian McPhail, Ph.D.

Review Editor:
Becky Palmer, M.S.

Book Reviewers:
Shoshanna Must, Ph.D.
Robert Parham, M.A.
Jim Reynolds, Ph.D.
Tracy Tholin, LCPC, LSOTP

Contact the editor or submit articles to:

Sharon Kelley, Psy.D.
Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center
Madison, WI, United States
E: sharonmkelley@gmail.com
P: 608-301-1478
Editor's Column
Sharon M. Kelley, PsyD

Welcome to the Summer 2022 edition of the ATSA Forum! This edition’s featured articles have topics ranging from youth and young adults to sex with animals and psychedelic therapy. I’m especially excited to introduce three new authors to the Forum. Kate Walsh, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Kate’s work has examined sexual assault on college campuses and trauma. Brian Holoyda, MD, MPH, MBA is board-certified in psychiatry and forensic psychiatry. He is currently employed at the Martinez Detention Facility in Martinez, California. Brian has published on bestiality and other issues pertaining to forensic psychiatry. Natalie Villeneuve, MSW, RSW is a therapist in Etobicoke, Ontario specializing in trauma and sexual abuse prevention. I am also excited that we have two returning Forum authors. Janet DiGiorgio-Miller, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist with a private practice in New Jersey. She has over 30 years of clinical experience in working with adolescents and family. She is also a current ATSA board member who serves as an At-Large Chair as well as the Ethics Chair. And does David Prescott, LCSW, LICSW really need an introduction? Did he not just win a lifetime achievement award at this year’s New York ATSA conference? Congratulations, David! You are a role model for the ATSA membership. 

I am sad to report that Ian McPhail, Ph.D. had to resign as the Associate Editor of the Research Corner. David Thornton, Ph.D. has agreed to assume this role. This issue includes his inaugural piece for the Research Corner in which he considers a recent publication by Aebi et al. (2022) regarding treatment outcomes for youth with histories of sexual offenses. I am also sad to see the resignation of another member of our staff, Robert Parham, M.A., who was one of our book reviewers. Becky Balmer, M.S., Review Editor for the Forum, will be looking for new book reviewers. If you are interested in becoming a book reviewer or volunteering for some other aspect of the Forum, please reach out to either myself or Becky. Luckily, we have two excellent book reviews by Tracy Tholin, Ms.Ed. and David Prescott, LCSW, LICSW.

I want to draw your attention to the Committee Updates. Did you know that the Juvenile Practice Committee changed their name? Amanda Pryor, MSW, LCSW, CSAYC and Arliss Kurtz, MSW, RSW tell us why. The Membership Committee takes highlights two special ATSA Fellows, Liam Marshall, Ph.D. and Joan Tabachnick, MBA. We also feature Gregg Belle, Ph.D. of Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.A in our ATSA Member Highlight section. Gregg has some impressive experience, and he works near my favorite city in the U.S.

I hope you all enjoy your summer! I’ll be taking a break in Door County, Wisconsin. If you haven’t been there, it is a must see in the summer.



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