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Workshop Title Working with those who commit sexual offences
Date Tuesday, 03 Dec 2019 09:30 AM - 4:00 PM
The Paul Mullen Centre
Community Forensic Mental Health Service
505 Hoddle Street
Clifton Hill Victoria 3068
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Fear, hatred, disgust and banishment dominate societal discourse about those who commit sexual offences. Legal measures to control the risk posed by sexual offenders are expanding. In this context, it is important that practitioners and services understand the research evidence base and best practice in the assessment, treatment and management of those who sexually offend. This full day workshop will give attendees an up-to-date detailed and evidence based overview of: the nature and prevalence of sexual offending; theoretical models of sexual offending; the relationship between sexual offending and mental disorders; risk factors, protective factors and risk assessment; managing sexual offenders; pharmacological treatment; psychological treatment; and, online sexual offending. It is suitable for practitioners from mental health, correctional, police or legal backgrounds who want to develop their knowledge of sexual offenders. Dr Raj Darjee is a Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist with the Forensicare Problem Behaviour Program and Senior Research Fellow (Adjunct) at the Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science, Swinburne University of Technology. Raj has worked with perpetrators of sexual abuse in community, prison, court and forensic hospital contexts in the UK and in Australia for over 15 years. He took a lead clinical role in Scotland, working with government, forensic mental health services, corrections and the police in developing and implementing policies for the management of sexual offenders. He has also researched and published on many forensic topics, including sexual violence. Dr Rachael Watson is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist at Forensicare Dr Marie Henshaw is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist at Forensicare
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