The Evolution of Treatment for Individuals who Sexually Harm Others Presented by Jackson Tay Bosley, Psy.D.


Positive Psychology and the Good Lives Model: Translating Strengths Based Approaches to the Treatment and Assessment of Those who have Committed Sex Crimes Presented by Elizabeth L. Jeglic, Ph.D.


Response(s) to Interpersonal Violence and Abuse on College Campuses Presented by Dr. Jackson Tay Bosley, Psy.D., Jackie Deitch-Stackhouse, LCSW, and Regan Crotty, JD


#Digitaldeviance: Assessment, Management and Treatment of Sex Offenders Online Presented by David Delmonico, Ph.D. and Elizabeth Griffin, MA


Building Bridges: Working with Communities of Faith to Help Recovering Sex Offenders Return to the Community Presented by Panel Members


Myths and Misperceptions: Commonly Accepted, Through Unfounded or Disproved Beliefs, About Sexual Offenders Presented by Paul Dudek, Ph.D. and Hemisha Patel Urgola, Psy.D.


Viewing Images of Child Sexual Abuse: What We Understand About This Crime Presented by Dr. Jackson Tay Bosley


Investigating Child Sexual Abuse Presented by Christopher J. Penna, Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office


Autism/Asperger’s: Sex and the Law Presented by Bobbie Gallagher, BCBA