ATSA. The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers is a US based multidisciplinary organization dedicated to preventing sexual abuse.
Enough Abuse The Enough Abuse Campaign is a grassroots movement that is gaining momentum across Massachusetts. We are providing adults and communities with the knowledge and skills they need to put an end to the silence
GIFR. The Global Institute of Forensic Research provides cutting-edge research, training, and other resources to professionals working in both general care and forensic settings around the world.
Jane Doe, Inc. JDI is a Massachusetts based coalition of local member programs working together to find solutions that promote the safety, liberty, and dignity for victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence.
Jonny_Matthew.com. Jonny is a colleague and consultant in in the UK, who has put together an interesting and useful website that addresses sexual abuse, as well as sexually troubled behavior in children and adolescents, and provides interesting and insightful information.
Juvenilesexoffenders.com. This is a recently developed website and, as the website says, a "work in progress" that aims to provide resources and information and help disseminate knowledge about current evidence based treatment practices, facts and research regarding sexually abusive youth. Found at the Juvenilesexoffenders site, the J-TRANE (Juvenile Treatment Responsivity and Needs Evaluation) is a useful and practical model for thinking about what to assess in ongoing treatment for sexually abusive behavior, as well as how to “score” or quantify the assessment. It’s designed to be regularly scored during treatment process and automates the process, providing a simple-to-view graphic display of evaluation results.
MASOC. The Massachusetts coalition of professionals committed to intervention, assessment, treatment and management for sexually abusive children and youth.
MATSA. The Massachusetts chapter of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers.
NAPN. The National Adolescent Perpetration Network (NAPN) is a national membership organization for professionals working with sexually abusive and troubled juveniles.
NCSBY. The National Center on Sexual Behavior of Youth provides information, national training, and technical assistance regarding children with sexual behavior problems and adolescent sex offenders.
NEARI Press. A Massachusetts publisher specializing in publications, webinars, and newsletters that address the treatment of sexually abusive and troubled youth.
NEARI Press e-Newsletter. An especially good resource, the the NEARI Newsletter is electronically published about once each month, and offers an excellent, succinct and well-written summary, analysis, and discussion of research pertinent to our work with sexually abusive youth. Always worth reading. Sign up or read archived issues their website.
NOTA. The National Organization for the Treatment of of Sexual Abusers is a UK based professional organization focused on the treatment and management of sexual offenders.
Prime Forensic Psychology. Prime Forensics offers a range of services for those working with sexually abusive and troubled young people, including live and on-line training as well as treatment, supervision, and consultation.
Reality and Risk. A project at the leading edge of international community-based efforts to address the harms associated with children’s and young people’s exposure to and consumption of pornography.
Safer Society Foundation and Press. Vermont based publisher specializing in the publication and sales of sexual offense specific treatment material.
Stop It Now! Massachusetts based and national/international organization aimed at preventing child sexual abuse.
TZK Seminars. I periodically present a full day 6 CEU webinar for TZK Seminars. TZK regularly hosts a range of interesting webinars for CE's. TZKSeminars.
Facts about Domestic Violence and Drug Abuse. A useful, web-based fact sheet.