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Pornography! – Why it Matters for Risk Assessment and Treatment of Offending and Non-Offending Clients (3 CEs)

$60.00

Product Description

“Pornography! – Why it Matters for Risk Assessment and Treatment of Offending and Non-Offending Clients” addresses the impact of both child and adult pornography on the assessment and treatment of all of our clients. After detailing a picture of current pornography development, acquisition and use, the course¬†outlines the current research on the impact of the material on both the viewer and the object. Then current research about the impact of the material on sex offenders specifically gives the learner an understanding of how the details of our client’s use of this material needs to be incorporated into all treatment. Current assessment tools are reviewed to give the learner the tools they need to complete this integration.

The course material is text based and provides the reader with web page links to research, videos and additional articles to elucidate key learning points.

Target Audience
This all levels continuing education course is intended for mental health practitioners and social workers nationwide who are interested in exploring the impact of pornography on sex offender and non-sex offender treatment. A general understanding of sexual offending behavior and treatment is all that is required.

Number of CE’s 3.00

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course, readers will be able to

  1. Outline the impact of child porn and adult porn on an individual viewer
  2. Explain the relationship between our increase in porn use and trends in violent behavior
  3. Identify 2 significant ways that pornography impacts children
  4. Explain the current status of the research on online-only offenders
  5. List 3 risk factors that could predict whether a child porn offender might commit a future offense.
  6. Identify 2 actuarial risk assessment tools that can be used to evaluate the reoffense risk of online pornography offenders
  7. Identify 2 specific ways that a offending or non-offending client’s treatment should be adjusted to account for their pornography use.
  8. Have 3 new resources for developing further understanding of the impact of pornography on sex offending

CASOMB: This course meets the requirements for Domain 4 – #7 – The role of pornography, including child pornography, on sex offending