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Very Different Voices: Perspectives and Case Studies in Treating Sexual Aggression

CE Credits: 5 Credits
Length: 227 Pages
Level: Introductory
CE Eligibility: APA, ASWB, ANCC, NBCC, NAADAC, CPA
Training Style: Book
Category: Book-Based Trainings
Intended Audience: Mental Health, Correctional, and Legal Professionals

Book Description
The referral that just crossed your desk has left you scratching your head. You've never seen a client with these issues before and, frankly, it's unclear where to start. This new book brings insights from many internationally known experts, sharing what works and what doesn't with a wide range of clients experiencing sexual behavior problems and related clinical conundrums. Beyond the research studies readily available in the scholarly literature, this book offers practical models for clinicians working at the individual level, and illustrates many of the challenges that clients and therapists alike can face. The foundations of this book are: first, the research that shows the importance of the clinician in effective treatment and second, the importance of case conceptualization as a learning tool for our field. Topics covered range from risk-need-responsivity to strength-based approaches and beyond, including topics that challenge all of us in the field of sexual violence prevention. After reading insights from internationally recognized experts like Joann Schladale, Robert Longo, Thomas Graves, Kevin Powell, Patrick Liddle, Gwen Willis, Phil Rich and many others, that difficult referral may become that perfect challenge to your skills and insights as a cutting edge clinician.
NOTE: Purchasing Continuing Education Credits for this book does not provide a copy of the book, itself, which can be purchased from NEARI Press at: http://bookstore.nearipress.org/index.php/very-different-voices-perspectives-and-case-studies-in-treating-sexual-aggression-1.html
Editor Biographies
David Prescott, MPA serves as Director of Professional Development and as a Clinical Director for the Becket Family of Services. Devoted to building healthy lives and safe communities, he has produced 14 book projects and numerous articles and chapters in the areas of assessing and treating sexual violence and trauma. Mr. Prescott is a current Fellow and past President of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, the largest professional organization of its kind in the world. He is also the 2014 recipient of that organization’s Distinguished Contribution award, one of only a handful of recipients. Previously, he received the Bright Lights award from the National Adolescent Perpetration Network in 2007. He is a Certified Trainer for the International Center for Clinical Excellence and a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers. He has lectured around the world, including most recently in Australia, Japan, Germany, Iceland, Poland, Romania, Canada, and the U.K. He also serves on the editorial boards of three scholarly journals, Motivational Interviewing: Training, Research, Implementation, and Practice, the Journal of Sexual Aggression, and Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment. Mr. Prescott is also co-editor of the NEARI News, which is read by thousands of professionals each month.
Dr. Robin J. Wilson, ABPP is a researcher, educator, and board certified clinical psychologist with more than 25 years’ experience working with sexual and other offenders in hospital, correctional, and private practice settings. He has worked as a consultant with Peel Behavioural Services and similar organizations for more than 10 years, in addition to maintaining an international practice in consulting and clinical psychology. Wilson’s current focus is on developing collaborative models of risk management and restoration as persons of risk are transitioned from institutional to community settings. He has published over 75 scientific articles, book chapters, and monographs, and has presented internationally on the diagnosis and treatment of social and sexual psychopathology. Wilson is the elected Southern Regional Representative on the Board of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) and is President of Florida’s ATSA Chapter. He is presently Editor of the ATSA Forum and sajrt.blogspot.com, in addition to being a member of the editorial boards of Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research & Treatment, the Journal of Sexual Aggression, and the Howard Journal of Criminal Justice.
Learning Objectives
This training is designed to help you:
  • Identify what the most recent, empirically-based, guidelines recommend as “best practice” for clinicians treating sexual aggression at the individual level
  • Discuss and critically consider what works and what does not work with a wide range of clients experiencing sexual behavior problems and related clinical conundrums
  • Discuss and critically consider the importance of case conceptualization as a learning tool for the field of sexual violence prevention
  • Apply strength-based, risk-need-responsivity and attachment-informed approaches that assist evaluators and treatment providers in effectively working with sexually abusive and aggressive clients

1 Sponsorship: The Global Institute of Forensic Research, Inc is approved by the American Psychological Association, National Board of Certified Counselors, National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, and Canadian Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education trainings. The American Nurses Credentialing Center accepts Continuing Education Credit sponsored by the American Psychological Association. The Global Institute of Forensic Research, Inc (provider #1371) is also approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. ACE provider approval period: 6/8/2022-6/8/2025. Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval. The Global Institute of Forensic Research, Inc maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.
2 Refund/Cancellation Policy: If you wish to request a refund on account of technical difficulties, please contact [email protected].
3 Commercial Supports: The Global Institute of Forensic Research, Inc reports no conflicts of interest in the development and sponsorship of this training. The Global Institute of Forensic Research, Inc receives no commercial support for its Continuing Education programs or from its presenters.

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