By Tiffany Fields on April 24, 2015 · tagged as , , , , , , , ,

Perpetration prevention within the child sexual abuse prevention movement

Power In Prevention

 

SAAM graphicThree years after PreventConnect hosted the web conferencePreventing the perpetration of child sexual abuse,”Cordelia AndersonDavid Prescott and Joan Tabachnick revisit this topic as they provide insights on what is known, what is being learned, and how they would like to see the field evolve.

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Mary Thysell April 24, 2015 at 12:18 pm

For several years I learned to be a preventionist, through my work on an R.P.E. Grant. Subsequently, I worked on a sex offender containment team as the victim’s voice in my role as an advocate. I always felt that my work on the containment team was primary prevention, though I was told it was secondary prevention. Thank you for the affirmation.

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Mary Thysell April 24, 2015 at 12:35 pm

Thank you for the affirmation that working with sexual offenders is akin to primary prevention of sexual assault.

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