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Tolerating the intolerable: Group members’ perspectives on working with transference and counter transference in a prison-based therapeutic community
Geraldine Akerman & Kate Geraghty (HMP Grendon, UK)

A group programme to assess non-abusing carers’ capacity to protect children from sexual abuse
Stuart Allardyce (Barnardo’s Skylight / Lighthouse, Edinburgh, UK)  

Can sex offenders inhibit sexual arousal to children? Correlates and its influence on the validity of penile plethysmography
Kelly M. Babchishin, Susan Curry, Paul Fedoroff, John Bradford & Michael C. Seto (Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research, University of Ottawa, Canada)  

Use of implicit measures of sexual interest in offenders who have accessed indecent images of children and comparison controls
Alexandra Bailey, Derek Perkins, Hannah Merdian & Vincent Egan (Lucy Faithfull Foundation, Surrey, UK)

Creating a cultural shift in practice through PIPEs
Claire Bainbridge

Sex offenses and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), are there any links?
Bais C., Lacambre M, Manzanera, C. Prud’homme C. Teillard M. & Courtet P. (CHRU (Regional University Hospital Centre), Montpellier, France)  

Toward the use of evidence-based practices: The International Project for Evidence Based Practices with Sexual Abusers (IPEPSA)
Howard Barbaree, Adam Deming & Pamela Yates (University of Toronto; Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, Ontario, Canada)  

Patterns of adverse childhood experiences in juvenile sexual offenders and their relations to offense characteristics
Steffen Barra, Cornelia Besser, Markus A. Landolt & Marcel Aebi (University Hospital of Psychiatry, Clinic of Forensic Psychiatry, Child and Youth Forensic Services, Zurich, Switzerland)

Psychopathic disturbances among subgroups of serious and violent youth: specificities of adolescent’s sexual offenders
Ricardo Barroso (University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro and Faculty of Psychology of the University of Porto)  

Applying mousetracking to the assessment of sexual interest in community males
Ross Bartels, Elizabeth Deehan, Nikki Beard, & Victoria Lister (School of Psychology, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, UK)

Do advert-like videos affect judgments of offending and non-offending pedophiles?
Ross M. Bartels & Katie Boardman (School of Psychology, University of Lincoln, UK)

Identifying the implicit theories of child sexual exploitation material users: Findings from interview data
Ross M. Bartels, Rebecca Rowland, Hannah L. Merdian & Derek Perkins (University of Lincoln, UK)

Validation of RSVP, SVR-20, HCR-20 and PCL-R on a Danish sample of sexual offenders
Susanne Bengtson, Ellids Kristensen, Michael Ibsen & Rikke Ibsen (Department of Forensic Psychiatry, Aarhus University Hospital, Risskov, Denmark)

HOW and WHY to use the expressive arts therapies/experiential therapies with a neurobiological focus in sex offender treatment
John Bergman

What we know about the effectiveness of the expressive arts therapies
John Bergman

Forensic sexology: prevention and treatment impact
Patrick Blachere, Marie Chollier & Cécile Miele (AIUS – (French-speaking Sexology Professionals Association), Aix Les Bains, France)

Making sense of deviant sexual interest in incarcerated sexual offenders: A qualitative and repertory grid analysis
Nicholas Blagden (Nottingham Trent University, UK)

Tale of two sex offender prisons: Investigating the rehabilitative climate of sexual offender prisons and the impact of rehabilitation
Nicholas Blagden (Nottingham Trent University, UK)

Violent sex offenders and the quasi-compulsory treatment in caithe Czech Republic: Findings of the empirical research
Sarka Blatnikova, Petr Zeman & Petra Faridova (Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention, Prague, Czech Republic)

A couple therapists’ qualitative study of the experience of women who commit sexual violence in their couple relationships from a phenomenological perspective
Wayne Bodkin (University of London; CHRU (Regional University Hospital Centre), Montpellier, France)  

The role of maltreatment in predicting symptomatology change among children in an intervention for sexual behavior problems
Isabelle Boisvert, Anne-Marie Tougas, Marie-Aude Boislard, & Marc Tourigny (Université du Québec à Montréal, Department of sexology, Canada)

Juveniles, internet & sexual offending
Cyril Boonmann, Albert Grudzinskas Jr. , & Marcel Aebi (Psychiatric University Clinics, Department of Forensic Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Basel, Switzerland)

Individuals’ experiences of sex offender therapy in a forensic psychiatric setting
Laura Bowden & Maxine Daniels (Priory Secure Services, Chadwick Lodge, Milton Keynes, UK) 

New risk categories for STABLE-2007: Toward a common language for risk communication
Andrew E. Brankley & R. Karl Hanson (Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada)

Does online opportunity matter? The role of technological affordances in online child sexual exploitation material offending behaviour
Margaret Brennan (University College Cork, Ireland)

International Working Group on Best Practice in the Management of Online Sex Offending (IWG): updating and consultation session
Margaret Brennan, Hannah Merdian & Derek Perkins (University College Cork, Ireland)

Interpersonal features characterizing a non-criminal sample of men reporting sexually aggressive strategies.
Joana Carvalho & Ana Sá (Universidade Lusófona, Lisbon, Portugal)

Women using sexually aggressive strategies: findings on the personality and psychopathological profile.
Joana Carvalho & Bruna Daniela Pereira (Universidade Lusófona, Lisbon, Portugal)

Effective working relationships between supervision personnel and treatment providers
Shiloh Catanese & Manuel Ontiveros (Private practice, San Dimas, CA, USA)

Social representations of sex offenders among professionals
Marie Chollier & Aurelie Maquigneau, Cécile Miele, Nathalie Canale, Mathieu Lacambre, Anne-Helene Moncany, Tristan Renard, Walter Albardier & Ingrid Bertsch (CRIR-AVS PACA, Marseille, France)

Pharmacotherapy of sexual offenders by a combination of Gn-RH agonist and Cyproterone acetate. Long -time follow up on treatment effect and side effects
Hans Colstrup, Ellen Larsen, Hanne Tarp, Steen Mollerup, Jakob Soelberg, Josefine Schmidt & Camilla Bock (Herstedvester Prison, Denmark)  

Addressing the cause: a quantitative evaluation of Ward and Siegert’s pathways model of sexual offending against children
Jacinta R. Cording, Randolph C. Grace & Sarah M. Beggs Christofferson (University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand)

Challenges for the theory and application of dynamic risk factors
Jacinta R. Cording, Sarah M. Beggs Christofferson, & Randolph C. Grace (University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand)  

Leaders and followers in juvenile multiple perpetrator sexual offending (MPSO)
Teresa da Silva & Jessica Woodhams

The treatment of sexual females offenders or how the device has been tested by the feminine’s destructivity
Adelyne Denis

Themes in participant feedback on a risk reduction program for child sexual exploitation material offenders
Rebekah Dervley, Derek Perkins, Hannah Whitehead, Alexandra Bailey, Steven Gillespie & Tom Squire (University of Surrey, UK)

Implicit tests of sexual preference for the classification of paedophilic sex offenders
Gunnar Deuring, Coralie Boillat, Thorsten Spielmann, Patrick Lemoine, Timm Rosburg, Marc Graf, & Marlon O. Pflueger (Department of Forensic Psychiatry, University Psychiatric Clinics, Basel, Switzerland)

Reward-based learning in child molesters
Tineke Dilliën, Inti Brazil, Bernard Sabbe & Kris Goethals (University Forensic Centre, Antwerp University Hospital, Edegem, Belgium)  

An exploration of collecting behaviours of Internet sex offenders and Autism Spectrum Disorder, and implications for sentencing and treatment needs.
Gayle Dillon, Belinda Winder, Kerensa Hocken & Christine Norman (Nottingham Trent University, UK)

Evaluating the predictive and incremental validity of the STATIC-99 and the STABLE-2007 in adult sexual offenders
Sonja Etzler, Martin Rettenberger & Reinhard Eher (Center for Criminology, Wiesbaden, Germany)

Desistance from sexual offending: Understanding denial, minimisation and neutralisation
Mark Farmer (School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast, UK)

Personality organization as major responsivity factor
Markus G. Feil (Director of the Psychotherapeutic Outpatient Clinic for Violent and Sexual Offenders, Evangelisches Hilfswerk München gemeinnützige GmbH, Munich, Germany)

Mindreading abilities among men convicted of rape – a descriptive study
Christine Friestad, Harald Aulie & Anja Vaskinn (Norwegian Corrections University College, Lillestrøm, Norway; Department of Mental Health and Addiction, Oslo University Hospital, Norway)

The usability of eye-movements in the assessment of paedophilic interests: A faking study
Peter Fromberger, Stephanie Breitschuh, Kirsten Jordan & Jürgen L. Müller (Georg-August-University, Göttingen, Germany)  

Virtual Reality based risk assessment of child abusers: a feasibility study
Peter Fromberger, Sabrina Meyer, Kirsten Jordan & Jürgen L. Müller (Georg-August-University, Göttingen, Germany)

Clinical characteristics associated with pedophilia and child sexual offending
Hannah Gerwinn (Institute of Sexual Medicine and Forensic Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University Hospital Kiel, Germany)  

Identifying factors for desistance from problematic sexual behaviors involving minors – a qualitative approach
Hannes Gieseler (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany)  

Genital abnormalities in patients with paraphilias and in sex offenders: a literature review
K Goethals, Y. Balthasar & A. Doyle  

Stability of self-reported arousal to sexual fantasies involving children in a clinical Sample of pedophiles and hebephiles
Dorit Grundmann (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany)

Treatment outcome and effects of treatment discontinuation – Evidence from German social therapy
Marcel Guéridon & Stefan Suhling (Criminological Service of Lower Saxony, Celle, Germany)

Inefficient intimacies: Yearning, power, and pity in sexual transgression
David Hampson (Psychosexual Therapist, Lecturer St Mary’s University)  

Making it work: User guidance for STABLE-2007
R. Karl Hanson (Research Division, Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch, Public Safety Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

Changing attitudes toward pedophiles through narrative humanization
Craig A. Harper, Ross M. Bartels, & Todd E. Hogue (School of Psychology, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, UK)

Unreported abuse the influence of ‘shame’ on sexual abuse reporting rates
Karen Harrison (Law School, University of Hull, Hull UK)

Young people who sexually offend: a Pan Europe exploratory study into the impact of sex offender registration on prevention of harm and reintegration
Karen Harrison & Bernadette Rainey (Law School, University of Hull, Hull UK)

A prospective field study of STABLE-2000/2007 in British Columbia, Canada
L. Maaike Helmus & Carmen L. Zabarauckas (Global Institute of Forensic Research, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

The role of third wave psychological therapies prevent sexual offending
Kerensa Hocken, Helen Elliott & Christine Norman (Nottingham Trent University, College of Business Law and Social Sciences, UK)

The effects of offender labeling on punitive attitudes
Todd E. Hogue, Jessica Mabbott & Bethany Browne (School of Psychology, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, UK)

Culturally sensitive interventions with sexual offenders in the Ultra-Orthodox community
Yael Idisis (Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel)  

I was, I am, and I will be. Views of self in young men identified as sexual offenders in adolescence.
Sara Ingevaldson, Inga Tidefors & Anneli Goulding (Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

Searching for an accessible, low-cost, neuroimaging approach to assess deviant sexual interests: Preliminary data based on quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG)
Part 1. Electrical cortical modulation of sexual arousal among men recruited in the general population: A validation pilot study using qEEG, eye-tracking, and plethysmography
Christian C. Joyal, Kevin Nolet, Karine Bergeron & Patrice Renaud (University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières, Canada)

Are the time latency based measures a reliable and valid tool in an individual diagnosis of a paraphilic disorder? The Emotional Stroop Task example
Krzysztof Kasparek & Filip Szumski (Centre for Evaluation and Analysis of Public Policies, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland)

Validation of the motivation-facilitation model amongst online users of child sexual exploitation material
Danielle Kettleborough, Hannah L. Merdian, Derek Perkins, Sarah Wefers & Amanda Roberts (University of Lincoln, UK)

Group therapy of sexual offences in a context of cultural diversity - including sexual offenders with other patients
Torben B. Klein (Sexological Team, Mental Health Service, Region of Southern Denmark)

Transitions for prison to community CoSA: A repertory grid analysis
Rosie Kitson-Boyce, Nicholas Blagden, Belinda Winder & Gayle Dillon (Nottingham Trent University, UK)

Proposed paraphilic disorders and impulse control disorders for the International Classification of Disease and Related Health Problems, Eleventh Revision (ICD-11)
Krueger, R.B. & Briken, P. (Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons, Department of Psychiatry & Institute for Sex Research)

Discontinuation of testosterone lowering medication (TLM)
Mounira Jabat & Peer Briken (Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Institut für Sexualforschung und forensische Psychiatrie, Zentrum für psychosoziale Medizin, Hamburg, Germany)

The benefits of getting laid…..but at what cost? 
C. Jubine & C. Manzanera (CHRU (Regional University Hospital Centre), Montpellier, France)

The association of sexual preference and dynamic risk factors with undetected child pornography offending 
Laura F. Kuhle (Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany)

Therapeutic profile of paraphilic sex offenders in the French national retrospective survey EPIPARA 
Lamy S., Delavenne H., Mouchet-Mages S. Thibaut F. (Generale de Sante, Hôpital privé de l'Estuaire, Le Havre, France)   


Assessment of pedophilic interest and offender propensities of child sexual abusers based on crime scene behavior
Robert J. B. Lehmann

Resist not desist: A retrospective exploration of viable prevention strategies helping individuals to avoid committing their first sexual offence against a child
Rebecca Lievesley, Helen Elliott, Nicholas Blagden & Belinda Winder (Nottingham Trent University, Sexual Offending, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit, Psychology Division, Nottingham)

Desistence demands competent assessment. Forensic psychiatry, sexual crimes and formal expertise
Anders Lindskog (Villa Frisk / Høyskolen i Østfold, Greåker, Norway)

ADHD, methylphenidate and sexual offensive behaviour in adolescent boys
Thore Langfeldt (Institute for clinical sexology and therapy, Oslo Norway)

Different developmental aspects leading to pedosexual behaviour
Thore Langfeldt (Institute for clinical sexology and therapy, Oslo Norway)

Adverse childhood experiences, hypersexuality, and psychopathy in sexual offenders
Liam E. Marshall (Rockwood Psychological Services & Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, Ontario, Canada)

Treating denial in sexual offenders
Liam E. Marshall (Rockwood Psychological Services & Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, Ontario, Canada)

Neural and behavioral correlates of impulse control and moral decision making
Claudia Massau & Christian Kaergel (Division of Forensic Psychiatry, LWL-University Hospital, Ruhr-University Bochum, German)

Desistance from sexual offending: Implications for the risk-based paradigm
Anne-Marie McAlinden (School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast, UK)

Communication about risk in treatment sentencing decisions in child sexual abuse trials
Laura Menenti (Dutch National Rapporteur for Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children, Den Haag, Netherlands)

Examples of intervention (5 minute intervention)
Cerys Miles

Exploring the early desistance process in men who have committed sexual offences
Rebecca Milner & Jo Clarke (Psychology Department, University of York, Heslington, UK)  

Dissociation in sex offenders: the hidden neighbour?
Sabine Mouchet-Mages, Frédéric Meunier & Pierre Lamothe (Forensic Psychiatry Unit, CRIAVS-RA, Le Vinatier Hospital, Bron, France)

Principles of therapeutic environments and facilitating change
Adrian Needs & Geraldine Akerman  

Searching for an accessible, low-cost, neuroimaging approach to assess deviant sexual interests: Preliminary data based on quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG)
Part 2. Electrical cortical modulation of sexual arousal among men arrested for sexual crimes: A validation pilot study using qEEG, eye-tracking, and plethysmography in a virtual reality immersive environment.
Sarah-Michelle Neveu, Christian C Joyal, Tarik Boukhalfi & Patrice Renaud (University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières, Canada)  

Exploring perceptions of terminology of sexual addiction, preoccupation and compulsivity from the offenders’ perspective
Christine Norman, Belinda Winder, Rebecca Lievesley & Jessica Faulkner (Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit, Nottingham Trent University, Psychology Division, Nottingham, UK)

Validation of a cued pro- and antisaccade paradigm: A behavioral measure of sexual interest
Verena Oberlader, Ulrich Ettinger, Rainer Banse, & Alexander F. Schmidt (Institute of Psychology, University of Bonn, Germany)

Multiple measures of (deviant) sexual interest in a community sample
Caoilte Ó Ciardha, Janice Attard -Johnson & Markus Bindemann (University of Kent, Canterbury, UK)

Psychopathy and sexual sadism as key determinants of sexual behavior contrary to the law
Justyna Oettingen, Robert Put & Natalia Niewczas (Department of Medical Psychology, Jagiellonian University Medical College & Institute of Sexology and Psychotherapy “Zacisze”, Cracow, Poland)

Case formulation in child sexual exploitation material offending using the Merdian-Perkins Pathways Model
Derek Perkins & Hannah Merdian (West London Mental Health NHS Trust, United Kingdom)

A case for reconsidering dedicated sex offender treatment programmes for female offenders
Mark Pettigrew (University of Derby, Department of Criminology, Derby, UK)

The high-functioning myth of CSEM offenders – A neuropsychological study
Marlon O. Pflueger, G. Deuring, C. Boillat, T. Spielmann, P. Lemoine, M. Graf (Department of Forensic Psychiatry, University Psychiatric Clinics, Basel, Switzerland)

Conducting sexually violent persons evaluations for female sexual offenders
Dawn M. Pflugradt & Bradley P. Allen (Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center, Madison, USA)

Bringing the body into therapy: Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) in the treatment of sexual abuse and aggression
David S. Prescott & Krystyna A. J. Kowalski (Director of Professional Development and Quality Improvement at the Becket Family of Services, Falmouth)

Sexual acts during adolescent and the new sexuality codes. Trivalization of sexuality that leads sexual violence
C. Prudhomme, Bais C & Lacambre M (CHRU (Regional University Hospital Centre), Montpellier, France)

An examination of the impact a restorative treatment program has on juvenile sex offender outcomes
Doyle K. Pruitt

Consent to treatment and the European Court of Human Rights: The use of “chemical castration” for sex offenders in detention
Bernadette Rainey (Cardiff Law School, Wales, UK)  

Static and dynamic risk assessment in domestic violence sexual offenders
Martin Rettenberger & L. Maaike Helmus (Center for Criminology, Wiesbaden, Germany; Department of Psychology, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz (JGU), Germany; Federal Evaluation Center for Violent and Sexual Offenders (FECVSO), Vienna, Austria)

25 Years of civil commitment: Washington State's experience in implementing, maintaining, and defending the first sexually violent predator law In the United States
Jennifer Ritchie & David Hackett (Office of the King County Prosecuting Attorney, Seattle, Washington)

Group therapy with adults who sexually abuse: Core concepts and empirically supported group interventions
Steven Sawyer (Private Practice, White Bear Lake, USA)

Applying models of forensic psychology to therapeutic environments
Sarah Senker  

Viewing time measures of sexual interest in children – a meta-analysis
Alexander F. Schmidt, Kelly M. Babchishin, & Robert J. B. Lehmann (Institute for Health and Behaviour – University of Luxembourg, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg)

Differences between contact offenders and child exploitation material offenders in sexual preference, substance use, and personality traits – the Basel MISP study
Thorsten Spielmann, G. Deuring, C. Boillat, P. Lemoine, M. Graf & M. O. Pflueger (Department of Forensic Psychiatry, University Psychiatric Clinics, Basel, Switzerland)

Restoration or destruction? Addressing the legal and ethical problems of mandated sex offender treatment in family court contexts under a restorative justice model
Jennifer Stergion (Attorney, Jennifer P Stergion, Esq., Buffalo, New York 14207, United States)  

Mediation as an ecological family-based intervention method in cases of sibling incest
Mimi Strange & Stine Tofte (The JanusCentre, Copenhagen, Denmark)

Neuropsychological and neurochemical alterations in pedophilia and child sexual abuse
Tenbergen G., Kneer J, Berding G, Wilke F, Schiffer B, Beier K, Ponseti J, Walter H, Walter M & Krüger T (Department of Psychiatry, Social Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany)

The sexual actings in the adolescence and the new codes of the sexuality, what impact in the care of the minors authors and which prevention?
B.Thomazeau (CH Thuir, SMPR-CRIAVS LR Perpignan, France)  

Stop it Now! A successful program in the prevention of child sexual abuse
Maureen van der Burgh & Jules Mulder

Plurality, complexity of literature dealing with sexual offenders: Unicity of knowledge and experiences of a French documentary network
Frédéric Veillerot, Éric Antona, Claire Lambrinidis, Lucile Richerot & Jean-Philippe Cano (Fédération Française des Centres Ressources pour les Intervenants auprès des Auteurs de Violences Sexuelles (FFCRIAVS) & CRIR-AVS PACA Assistance Publique des Hôpitaux de Marseille)

Perpetrators of sexual violence against children in sport
Tine Vertommen, Jarl Kampen, Nicolette Schipper-van Veldhovene, Kasia Uzieblob & Filip Van Den Eedea (Collaborative Antwerp Psychiatric Research Institute (CAPRI), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium & Department of Applied Psychology, Thomas More University College, Antwerp, Belgium)

Dual diagnosis and risk assessment in a Belgian forensic hospital
Vicenzutto, A.; Ducro, C. ; Saloppé, X.; Pham, T. (UMONS, Mons, Belgium)

Forensic rehabilitation of sexual offenders with intellectual disabilities in Berlin
Tatjana Voß (Forensisch-Therapeutische Ambulanz, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany)

Measuring neuronal correlates of sexual preference with subliminal stimuli
Martina Wernicke, Corinna Hofter, Kirsten Jordan, Peter Fromberger, Peter Dechent & Jürgen L. Müller (Asklepios Forensic Psychiatric Hospital of Göttingen, Germany)  

Does exercise have a role to play in desistance from sexual offending? If so, what?
Belinda Winder, Christine Norman, Rebecca Lievesley & Nicholas Blagden (Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK)  

What’s a ‘normal’ collector? A qualitative analysis of collectors of legal images
Belinda Winder, Gayle Dillon, Christine Norman & Rebecca Lievesley (Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK)

Monitoring sex offenders after prison release – an appropriate measure to reduce recidivism?
Gunda Woessner (Department of Social Sciences, University of Applied Police Sciences Baden-Wuerttemberg, Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany)

Social workers’ use of heuristics in risk assessment and decision making in cases involving sibling sexual abuse
Peter Yates (Edinburgh Napier University, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Care, Edinburgh, Scotland)

Additional conceptions of psychopathic traits in male sexual offenders: Incremental validity of interpersonal measures and triarchic model of psychopathy
Dahlnym Yoon, Franziska Brunner, Martin Rettenberger & Peer Briken (Institute for Forensic Psychiatry, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany & Institute for Sex Research and Forensic Psychiatry, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany)

Perceiving the social world as the sexual abused and as the sexual abuser? Victimisation in childhood, cognitive schemas of abusive interpersonal relationships and their significance in etiological mechanisms of child sexual offending.
Monika Zielona-Jenek (Institute of Psychology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland)

 

 

Posters:

The association of Rorschach variables with re-offending risk as measured by Static-99 in sex offenders
Tadashi Asano (Bunkyo University, Japan)

Correlations of childhood trauma experiences with personality traits and sex offence-related behaviour in adult contact sex offenders

C. Boillat, M. Stutz, G. Deuring, T. Spielmann, P. Lemoine, T. Rosburg, M. Graf & M. O. Pflüger (Departement of Forensic Psychiatry, University Psychiatric Clinics, Basel, Switzerland)

Cross-cultural validity of the STATIC-99R and STABLE-2007 risk tools: Results from a prospective Canadian field study

Andrew E. Brankley, Seung C. Lee, L. Maaike Helmus, Carmen Zabarauckas, & R. Karl Hanson (Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada)

Prevention of recidivism: Circles Of Support and Accountability project in France

Alice Delage, Florent Cochez, Jean-Philippe Cano, & Marie Chollier (ERIOS-CRIAVS Aquitaine, Forensic Psychiatry Unit, General and University Psychiatry Department, Charles Perrens Hospital, Bordeaux, France)

Adversity and dissociation among sex-offenders

Claire Ducro (University Charles-de-Gaulle, Lille, France; Center of Research in Social Defense, Tournai, Belgium)

Childhood experience of care and abuse among juvenile sex offenders

Claire Ducro & Thierry Pham (University Charles-de-Gaulle, Lille, France; Center of Research in Social Defense, Tournai, Belgium)

Childhood experience of care and abuse and family relationships among sex offenders

Claire Ducro (University Charles-de-Gaulle, Lille, France; Center of Research in Social Defense, Tournai, Belgium)

Mindreading abilities among men convicted of rape – a descriptive study

Christine Friestad, Harald Aulie & Anja Vaskinn (Norwegian Corrections University College, Lillestrøm, Norway; Department of Mental Health and Addiction, Oslo University Hospital, Norway)

Sexual arousal, cue detection and risk taking

Aidan Hart & Paige Draper

Sexual arousal and taking risks for more sex

Aidan Hart & Sarah Dunn

A cross-validation of the revised version of the Violence Risk Appraisal Guide (VRAG-R) using a sexual offender sample from Austria

Priscilla Gregório Hertz, Martin Rettenberger & Reinhard Eher (Department of Psychology, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany)

Altered resting state functional connectivity in a sample of non-pedophilic child sexual offenders
Kneer J., Kärgel C., Borchardt V., Schiffer B., Beier K., Ponseti J., Walter H., Walter M., Krüger T. (Department of Psychiatry, Social Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany)

Dissociation in sex offenders: the hidden neighbour?

Sabine Mouchet-Mages, Frédéric Meunier & Pierre Lamothe (Forensic Psychiatry Unit, CRIAVS-RA, Le Vinatier Hospital, Bron, France)

The role of alcohol in sexual offences

Justyna Oettingen, Natalia Niewczas, Robert Put (Department of Medical Psychology, Chair of Psychiatry, Jagiellonian University Medical College & Institute of Sexology and Psychotherapy “Zacisze”, Cracow, Poland)

Adverse childhood experiences of females convicted of violent offenses: A comparison of homicide and sexual perpetrators
Dawn M. Pflugradt & Bradley P. Allen (Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center, Madison, USA)

Psychopathy and juvenile sex offenders
Thierry Pham (University of Mons, Belgium & Center of Research in Social Defense, CRDS, Tournai, Belgium)

An Italian experience of structured treatment for detented sexual offenders
C. Rosso, M.F. Garombo, A. Contarino, F. Bordino, S. Gamalero, S. Brugnetta, M. Orengo (S.I.S.P.Se o.n.l.u.s (Italian Society of Sexual Psycopathology))

Anti-libidinal medication among sex offenders: Descriptive study from a specialised outpatient consultation in Bordeaux (France)
Nicolas Thoumy, Florent Cochez and Jean-Philippe Cano

Plurality, complexity of literature dealing with sexual offenders: Unicity of knowledge and experiences of a French documentary network
Frédéric Veillerot, Éric Antona, Claire Lambrinidis, Lucile Richerot & Jean-Philippe Cano (Fédération Française des Centres Ressources pour les Intervenants auprès des Auteurs de Violences Sexuelles (FFCRIAVS) & CRIR-AVS PACA Assistance Publique des Hôpitaux de Marseille)

Patterns and subtypes in Flemish juvenile sex offenders
Vertommen, T., Pintelon, J., Willemsen, F., Bradt, E., van West, D., & Uzieblo, K. (Thomas More Antwerpen, & Collaborative Antwerp Psychiatric Research Institute (CAPRI), University of Antwerp, Belgium)

‘She’s not staying with this guy, is she?’ Public attitudes towards partners of child sex offenders
Tine Vertommen, Sofie Van Hooydonck, Onesha Oliver, & Kasia Uzieblo (Collaborative Antwerp Psychiatric Research Institute (CAPRI), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Antwerp & Department of Applied Psychology, Thomas More University College, Antwerp, Belgium)

Neuropsychology of sexual aggression: Study in a Belgian forensic hospital: preliminary results
Vicenzutto, A.; Martin, C.; Pham, T. & Lefebvre, L. (UMONS, Mons, Belgium)