ATSA Conference 2014

ATSA 2014 Conference
33rd Annual Research and Treatment Conference
October 29 – November 1, 2014
Manchester Grand Hyatt
San Diego, California, USA

Abel Screening, Inc. is proud to showcase our customers who will be presenting at the ATSA 2014 Conference.

PRE-CONFERENCE SEMINARS

Wednesday, October 29

Elizabeth Griffin, MA, LMFT
Internet Behavior Consulting, LLC
St. Louis Park, Minnesota
Topic: Online, Offline, and Over the Line: Sex Offenders and Technology

David S. Prescott, LICSW
Becket Family of Services
Falmouth, Maine
Topic: Motivation and Therapeutic Engagement with Sexual Offenders
Integrating the Good Lives Model into Sexual Offender Treatment: An Advanced Skills Workshop

Gerry Blasingame, Psy.D.
Redding, California
Topic: Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities or Borderline Intellectual Functioning Who Have Sexual Problems or Offending Behaviors

Thursday, October 30  

Jane Ward, Ph.D.
Sunset Psychological and Counseling Services, LLC
Portland, OR
Topic: Group Work with High–Risk Clients: Who Are You in the Room?

Kevin McGovern, Ph.D. and Thomas Brewer, Psy.D.
McGovern & Associates
Portland, OR
Topic: Wired for Trouble? Special Issues and Considerations When Assessing & Treating Autism Spectrum Child Pornography Offenders

Phil Rich, Ed.D.
Stetson School, Inc.
Barre, MA
Topic: “Re–Attaching the Brain”: Utilizing Attachment and Neurodevelopmental Research to Inform the Treatment of Adolescents

Wesley B. Maram
Orange Psychological Services
Orange, CA
Topic: Is Phallometric Testing a Technique Past Its Time? Part I
Topic: Is Phallometric Testing a Technique Past Its Time? Part II
The Clinical Interpretation of Phallometric Results and Examples of How to Communicate the Findings to Clients and in a Report

Friday, October 31 

David S. Prescott, LICSW
Becket Family of Services
Falmouth, Maine
Topic: Improving Outcome and Alliance: Feedback–Informed Treatment with People Who Have Sexually Abused

Phil Rich, Ed.D.
Stetson School, Inc.
Barre, MA
Topic: The Role of Case Formulation in the Treatment of Sexually Abusive Behavior
Topic: A Contemporary Approach to the Treatment of Sexually Abusive Youth: A Relational Approach

Alan Listiak, Ph.D. and Mark Carich, Ph.D.
Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center
Farmington, MO
Topic: How to Deliver an Effective Program – with Integrity

Charles Flinton, Ph.D
San Francisco Forensic Institute
San Francisco, CA
Topic: Using DSM–5 to Diagnose Controversial Paraphilias

Jeremy Barham, M.C.
Wood’s Home
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Topic: The Phoenix Program: A Canadian Perspective on the Residential Treatment of Adolescents with Sexually Abusive Behaviours

POSTER SESSION
The poster boards will be available for viewing from Friday, 1:30 to 5:45 pm.
The authors of the poster presentations will be at their boards from Friday, 5:00 to 5:45 pm to discuss their work with conference participants.

Michael C. Seto, Ph.D., C.Psych
Forensic Treatment Unit Brockville
Brockville, Ontario, Canada
Construct, Predictive, and Incremental Validity of the Screening Scale for Pedophilic Interests (SSPI)

Sheridyn Miller, MA, Psy.D. Candidate
Psychological & Consulting Services
Mesa, AZ
The Effectiveness of Sexually Violent Persons Evaluations in Arizona