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A New Approach to EMDR and the Treatment of Problematic Sexual Behavior


Research shows that individuals who sexually offend have higher levels of adverse childhood experiences than either the general population or other criminal populations. Often, these experiences lead to challenges in regulating emotion, and in forming intimate relationships, healthy sexual attitudes and beliefs, and prosocial attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors. These challenges can contribute to sex offending as well as problems with repetitive, compulsive sexual behavior.


Training: How Risk/Need Assessment Informs and Enhances Case Planning

This training provides a foundational understanding of the assessment of risks and treatment needs in preventing general, violent, and sexual re-offense by adults. It is of interest to those who are newer to the field as well as those who wish to develop their existing skills further.