The Evolution of Treating Adolescents Who Have Sexually Abused: A Conversation with Timothy Kahn, M.S.W.

Recorded on October 19, 2021

Guest Speaker: Timothy Kahn

The field of treating youth who have sexually abused others has changed dramatically across the past four decades. Where programs once imported ideas developed in adult institutions, the field is now more highly specialized, evidence-informed, engaging, and hopeful. In this webinar, Timothy Kahn (the author of workbooks such as Pathways, Footprints, Healthy Families, and Roadmaps to Recovery) will discuss the many changes that have taken place in assessment, treatment, and supervision practices over time.

This webinar focuses on what we’ve learned, what we can do, and where we can go from here.

Timothy Kahn
Kahn and Hansen & Associates

Timothy Kahn, MSW, is a nationally recognized clinician and trainer in the field of sexual offender treatment. He has been practicing in correctional, residential and outpatient programs for over 40 years. He has written several books that serve as models for the juvenile sex offender treatment process. Mr. Kahn served on the Washington State Licensing Board that developed evaluation and treatment standards and licensing requirements for sex offender treatment providers in Washington State. He is an accomplished trainer and consultant for a variety of agencies in the Pacific Northwest. He has served as an expert witness in numerous cases involving professional sexual misconduct and sexual offenders. He currently maintains a private clinical and consultation practice in Bellevue, Washington where he evaluates and treats children, adolescents, and adults with sexual behavior problems.

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