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CURRICULUM VITA
2009

WESLEY B. MARAM, Ph.D.
FORENSIC AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Licensed Psychologist PSY 8277
1234 West Chapman Avenue, Suite 203
Orange, California 92868
(714) 771-0722 Fax (714) 771-4041
email: drmaram@orangepsych.com

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Expertise & Experience

  • Fourteen years experience on the Sex Offender Commitment Program Evaluator Panel for the California Department of Mental Health (DMH) from January 1996 to Present
  • Over twenty six years experience as a Forensic and Clinical Psychologist (California Licensed Psychologist, 1984).
  • Qualified as an expert to conduct psychological and psychopsychological evaluations of individuals with criminal and civil complaints.
  • Extensive experience with the courts (adult and juvenile) regarding criminal, civil, family, dependence, and administrative law cases; expert witness for defense bar; County and Federal Prosecutors; County and Federal Public Defenders; Alternate Defenders; Attorney General’s Office; and consultation, training, and treatment services with County and U.S. Probation Officers; CDCR Parole; and County Social Services. 
  • Current contracts with the California Department of Mental Health (DMH), Mental Health Consultant evaluator pursuant to WIC 6600 (Sexually Violent Predator); Patton State Hospital Sex Offender Unit, psychophysiological testing and assessment; U.S. Probation; Regional Centers for Developmentally Disabled Consumers; Orange County Wrap-Around Treatment Services.
  • Evaluation and psychophysiological testing for prosecuation and defense counsel clients regarding Sexually Violent Predator and 288.1 PC cases.
  • Founder and director of the Sex Offender Solutions (S.O.S.) Program, which provides evaluation and treatment for sexual abusers. 
  • Forensic examiner for attorneys and the courts investigating presences of mental disorders, including dual diagnosis of paraphilias, substance dependence issues, and other major mental disorders. 
  • Trainer/presenter for professional associations and independent training seminars for other professions involved in sex offender management. 
  • Expert Witness Panel for Orange County Superior Court of California to conduct evaluations of defendants concerning sex crimes that involve child molestation, rape, exhibitionism, voyeurism, frotteurism, etc. Also, perform 1368 examinations.
  • Previously private practice also included psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families.
  • Educator Graduate and Post-Graduate level (see below)

Education

Alliant University (formally United States International University), San Diego, Ph.D., Psychology, 1982
Chapman University, Orange, MA, Correctional Counseling, 1974
California State University, Los Angeles, BA, Sociology, 1970

Post-Doctoral Education

Over twenty five years of post-doctoral education in the following areas of study (see attached): 

  • Evaluation and Treatment of Paraphilias in Adolescents and Adults, and Developmentally Delayed
  • Specialized Psychological and Psychophysiological Testing:
    • Rorschach (Exner Comprehensive System)
    • Abel Assessment for sexual interest
    • Phallometric Assessment Procedures
  • Sex Offender Recidivism Assessment Procedures including:
    • Hare Psychopathy Checklist, Revised 2nd Edition
    • Static 99R and Static 2002R Hanson and Thorton
    • Sex Offender Needs Assessment Rating by Hanson & Harris
    • Rapid Risk Assessment for Sexual Recidivism by Hanson           
    • Sex Offender Risk Assessment Guide by Quinsey, Rice, & Harris
    • Minnesota Sex Offender Screening Tool Revised by Epperson
  • Violence and Criminality Prediction Research
  • Cognitive Therapy for Individuals and Couples
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse
  • Law and Ethics

 

Experience

Forensic and Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice, 1984-Present
Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor, Private Practice, 1977-1994
Educator:         Assistant Clinical Professor (Voluntary) UCLA 2008 (current)
                        Instructor, California State University, Fullerton, 1993-1996
                        Instructor, Rancho Santiago College, Santa Ana, 1986-1987
                        Instructor, Loyola Marymount University, 1983
                        Instructor, Fullerton Community College, 1976-1977

Committees:

  • Chair California Coalition on Sexual Offending (CCOSO)
  • Board Member for Center for Sex Offender Management (CSOM) - Orange County  Management Team, 1999-current
  • Board Member for Juvenile Sex Offender Management Team (JSOM) - Orange County 2005-current
  •  Board Member California Sex Offender Task Force Center for Sex Offender Management 2006-2007
  • Sex Offender Treatment Advisory Committee, UC Davis, 2001-2002
  • Orange County Probation Department Advisory Board for Sex Offender Treatment Programs, 1997-1998 and 2003-2004
  • Orange County Probation Department Subcommittee for Sex Offender Treatment    Programs, 1997-1998
  • Orange County Probation Department Approved Treatment Providers’ Monthly Meetings

Trainer/presenter: The following is a sample of Community and Professional Organizations Presentations:
 

  • DMH Sex Offender Commitment Program Staff and Psychologist Training on SVP Evalautions 2009
  • Orange County Juvenile Court Training for 730 Court Evaluators
  • UC Davis Psychiatry Program 2008
  • American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry, 2007
  • UCLA Psychiatric Forensic Fellowship Program 2005 (current)
  • UC Davis Training Program on Sex Offender Evaluation and Treatment, 2002
  • California Youth Authority Training on Sex Offender Evaluation and Treatment, 2002
  • California Coalition on Sexual Offending Annual Conference, Research Presentation, 2002
  • Judicial Council of California, Administrative Office of the Courts, Education Division, 2002
  • U.S. Federal Probation Officer Training, 2002, 2005, 2006
  • Community Service Program (Victim Witness), Orange County, 1985-2000, 2005, 2006
  • Orange County Probation Department, 1984-Present
  • Orange County Social Services Agency, Children Services, 1998, 2004
  • In-Service training for hospital professional staff, 1994-1997
  • Workshop training and consultant for the Orange County and San Bernardino Public Defender’s Offices, 1996-2002
  • Seminar presenter for Psycho-Legal Association, Inc., 1999-2002
  • Annual Southern Counties Placement Committees Conference, 2001   

Additional Work Experience

California Department of Mental Health Sex Offender Commitment Program WIC 6600, Evaluator Panel
Program, 1996-current
Patton State Hopsital Pscyhophyiological Consultant 2003-current
After-Care Psychologist:  Atascadero State Hospital Sex Offender Evaluation and Treatment Program, 1990-1996
Psychologist:  Fullerton College Student Health Center, 1989-1996
Probation Officer:  Orange County Probation Department, 1970-1983

Publications

Clinical Application of Penile Plethysmography. Book Chapter in progress

Research

Phallometry and Visual Reaction Time: Criterion-Related Validity Using Phallometric Change Scores and Visual Reaction Time (in progress)
Aging and sexual deviant arousal patterns among child molesters (in progress)
Case studies of psychophysiological testing results and allegations of child abuse during child custody investigations (in progress)
Dissertation:  Self-Hypnosis and Self-Monitoring with Chronic Pain, 1982

Professional Associations

California Coalition on Sexual Offending
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
American Psychological Association
Center for Sex Offender Management – Orange County Board
Junvenile Sex Offender Management – Orange County Board
California Center for Sex Offender Mangement Task Force
Orange County Psychological Association
California Psychological Association

Society for Personality Assessment


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WORKSHOPS

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2010
05/14/10

Cybersex Offenders: Assessment and Treatment, Charlene Steen Ph.D., California Coalition on Sexual Offending (2.5 hours)

05/14/10

Behavioral Treatment for Managing Sexual Arousal,                 Tricia Busby, Ph.D., Maria Piccillo, PsyD, Dan Edward, MA, California Coalition on Sexual Offending (2.5 hours)

05/13/10

What have you done for us lately? Activities of the California Sex Offender Management Board, Gerry Blasingame PsyD., Janet Neeley, Deputy Attorney General, JD, California Coalition on Sexual Offending (2.5 hours)

05/13/10

An Impersonal Neurobiology View of the Mind and of Mental Health, Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Diego (1.5 hours)

05/13/10

“Mindsight, A Scientific Perspective on Personal Transformation, Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Diego (1.5 hours)

05/12/10

Needs, Risks, Responsivity and Contextual Issues in Sexual Offending Treatment and Management, Gerry Blasingame PsyD. California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Diego (8 hours)

03/10/10

Sexually Violent Predator (SVP) Training: The Effects of Aging on Sex Offender
Recidivism Rapists, Robert Barbaree, Ph.D.: Classification, Diagnosis, Etiology David Prentky, California Department of Mental Health, Monterey, CA (7 hours)

03/09/10

Challenges of Applying Sexual Recidivism Actuarial Instruments in SVP Risk
Assessments (Abbott); The Use of Probability Mathematics in Sexually Violent
Predator (SVP) Evaluations (Wollert), California Department of Mental Health, Monterey, CA (7.5 hours)

02/26/10

Pornography and Sexual Violence: Is There a Connection? Mohan Nair, M.D., Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., American Academy of Forensic Sciences Psychiatry & and Behavioral Science Section, Seattle, Washington (2 hours)

2009
12/07/09

Static-99R and Static-2002R Training, David Thornton, Ph.D. and Leslie Helmus, California Department of Mental Health, Sacramento, CA (7.5 hours)

10/03/09

Rebooting: Incorporating Healthy Sexuality Programming in Sex Offending Treatment, Lloyd G. Sinclair, M.S.S.W., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Dallas Texas (1 hours)

10/03/09

What’s Non-Deviant Sex? An Overview of Sexual Development and Adult Sexual Behavior. Michael H. Miner, Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Dallas, Texas (1 hour)

10/03/09

A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words,” What do we know About Child Pornography Offenders? Michael Seto, Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Dallas Texas (1 hour)

10/03/09

Doing What Works: The Place of Acceptance, Mindfulness, & Values in the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Kelly G. Wilson, Ph.D. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Dallas Texas (1 hour)

10/02/09

Accurately Interpreting Sex Offender Research: Toward an Integrated Model of Sex Offender Treatment, Anita Schlank, Ph.D., Adam Deming, Psy.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Dallas Texas (3 hours)

10/02/09

Paraphilia Not Otherwise Specified: Is there a Case to be made for “Non-consent?” Susan Sachsenmaier, Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (2.5 hours)

10/01/09

Assessing Sexual Interest in Adolescents, Marnie Rice, Ph.D., Grant T. Harris, Ph.D., James R. Worlin, PH.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (3 hours)

10/01/09

Using Assessment of Psychological Risk Factors to Revise Relative Risk Assessments Derived from Static Actuarial Instruments, David Thornton, Ph.D., r. Karl Hanson, Ph.D., Leslie Helmus, M.A. Leigh Harkins, Ph.D., Anthony r. Beech, D. Phil., Helen Wakeling, MSc., Raymond Knight, Ph.D. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Dallas Texas (2.5 hours)

10/01/09

Framing Public Policy and Prevention of Sexual Violence, Kenneth A. Dodge, Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Dallas Texas ( 1 hour)

10/01/09

What Works in Reducing Youth Violence, Patrick Tolan, Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Dallas Texas (1 hours)

09/30/09

Dynamic risk Assessment for Persons with Developmental Disabilities: ARMIDILO Training, Douglas P. Boer, Ph.D., James L. Haaven, M.A., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Dallas, Texas (7 hours)

05/15/09

Adolescents with Disabilities Who Have Sexual Behavioral Problems, Gerry D. Blasingame, Ph.D., California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Torrance, CA (2.5 hours)

05/15/09

Crisis: The Housing of Sex Offenders, Ken Carabello, LCSW, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Torrance, CA (2.5 hours)

05/14/09

Making it Work on the Ground: Practical Strategies to Promote & Maintain Collaborative Relationships, Suzanne Brown-McBride, David D’Amora, LTC, CFC, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Torrance, CA (2.5 hours)

05/14/09

Challenges & Crossroads: The CCOSO California Sexually Violent Predatory Statue Paper, Deirdre D’Orazio, Ph.D., Jay Adams, Ph.D., Steve Arkowitz, PsyD., Wesley Maram, Ph.D., California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Torrance, CA (1.5 hours)

05/14/09

The State of the Field: Where We’ve Been Over the Last 50 Years and Where We are Going Next, Gene Abel, MD, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Torrance, CA (1.5 hours)

05/13/09 Law and Ethics, Stephen Eastman, LMFT, Marion Gaston, JD, Wesley Maram, Ph.D., California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Torrance, CA (7 hours)
04/10/09

Actuarial Risk Assessment with the Minnesota Sex Offender Risk Assessment Tool – R (MnSOST-R): Updated Research, Scoring guidelines and Training, Douglas Epperson, Ph.D., training sponsored by Department of Mental Health, Sacramento California (10 hours)

02/20/09              

Description of the Purpose and Content of a Psychological Forensic Report, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Orange California, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)

01/28/08

Use of Current DSM-IV in Forensic Psychiatry / Prelude to DSM-V, Atascadero State Hospital, California, Michael B. First, MD (5 hours)

01/23/09

Assessment of Dangerousness, Three Perspective, Assessment Without Numbers, Ron Mihordin, MD, JD, MSP, Utility of common Risk Assessment Tools in a Forensic Inpatient Hospital, Barbara E. McDermott, Ph.D., Precision of Actuarial Risk Assessment Instruments, Steven D. Hart, Ph.D. (3 hours)

01/18/09

The Way of the Dream C. G. Jung Study Center of Southern California, Los Angeles (7 hours)

01/17/09

The Way of the Dream C. G. Jung Study Center of Southern California, Los Angeles
(7 hours)

 

2008
12/16/08              

Integrating the New Static-99 Normative Data Using the Static-2002 in SVP Evaluations
and Testimony, California Department of Mental Health, Sacramento, Amy Phenix (6
hours)

12/15/08

Integrating the New Static-99 Normative Data Using the Static-2002 in SVP Evaluations
and Testimony, California Department of Mental Health, Sacramento, Leslie Helmus (6 hours)

10/24/08 Studies of Sex Offenders’ (Phallometrically Measured) Sexual interests: Implications for Theory Development, Sexual Offenders with Mental Retardation: Testing Counterfeit Deviance and Neurodevelopment Explanation of Pedophilia, Psychopathy and Sexual Responses to Phallometric Stimuli Emphasizing Serious Injury to victims: Testing Psychopathy as Product of Natural Selection, What Accounts for “Penile Indifference” among Sex Offenders? Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Atlanta, Martin L. Lalumiere, Ph.D., Marnie E. Rice, Ph.D., Grant T. Harris, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
10/24/08

Rapists Vs. Child Molesters: Recent Taxometric Criminological, Predictive, and Typological Findings, Using Neurodevelopment Antecedents and their correlates to Search for a Child molester Taxon, Offense Specialization and Versatility in Post-Release Crimes of Committed Rapists and Child Molesters, Self-Report and Life-Course Differences between Rapists and Child Molesters, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Atlanta, Raymond Knight, Ph.D., Matthew W. King, M.A., Danielle A. Harris (1.5 hours)

10/24/08 Child Sexual Exploitation: Is It See One, Do One, Teach One? Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Atlanta, Sharon W. Cooper, M.D. (1 hour)
10/24/08

Excuses, Excuse: Re-Examining the Link Between Post-Hoc Explanations and Recidivism, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Atlanta, Shadd Maruan, Ph.D. (1 hour)

10/23/08

Suppression and Distortion of Responses During PPG Assessment, Testing the Validity of Potential Signs of Responses Interference during PPG Assessment, Empirically Tested Approaches to Detecting Faking on PPG, Clinical Implications of Detecting Response Interference, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Atlanta, David Thornton, Ph.D. Kimberly Finch, Psy.D., Peter M. Byrne, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)

10/23/08

How Stable are the Recidivism Rates for Static 99 and Static 2002? Are New Norms Needed for Static-99? What do the New Actuarial Findings Mean for ‘Real-Life’ Risk Assessments? Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Atlanta, Leslie Helmus, B.A., R. Karl Hanson, Ph.D., David Thornton, Ph.D., Andrew J. R. Harris, C. Psych., Dennis M. Doren, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)

10/23/08

Calm in the Eye of the Storm: Circles of Support and Accountability, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Atlanta, Detective Wendy Leaver, Linda Rathjen, Robin J. Wilson, Ph.D. (1 hour)

10/23/08

Civil and Human Rights of People of the Sex Offender Registry: A Legal Perspective on
Banishment, Civil commitment, and Other Penalties, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Atlanta, Sarah Geraghty, J.D., M.S.W. (1 hour)

10/22/08

What Works in Sex Offender Management of Persons With Intellectual Disabilities,
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Atlanta, James L. Haaven, M.A. (6 hours)

06/27/08              

Sex Offender Management and Treatment, International Conference Seoul Korea,
Sunghee Cho, Ph.D., Soo Jung Lee, Ph.D., Probation Officer Cho, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (9 hours)

06/26/08 Risk Assessment for Sex Offenders, Seoul Korea, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (4 hours)
05/14/08 
to
05/16/08              

Emerging Perspectives on Sexual Abuse Management (PSY 0607) California Coalition
on Sexual Offending 11th Annual Training Conference (12 hours)

04/29/08

Containment Model with Treatment and Probation, Use of the Stable/Acute 2007, U.S. Probation, Western Regional Evidence Based Practices/Services Conference, Long Beach, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (0.5)

04/18/08 Forensic Computer Search and Stable & Acute 2007, Orange County Regional Chapter California Coalition on Sexual Offending and Orange County Probation Department Containment Meeting, Erik McCauley, DPO, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.5) 
03/21/08

Static-99 Training, Orange County Regional Chapter California Coalition on Sexual Offending and Orange County Probation Department Containment Meeting, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D.(.45)

01/29/08

STABLE-2007, DMH Sex Offender Commitment Program Training, Andrew Harris, Ph.D. Shell Beach (6 hours)

01/28/08

STABLE-2007, DMH Sex Offender Commitment Program Training, Andrew Harris, Ph.D. Shell Beach (6 hours)

01/19/08

Use of Polygraph & Penile Plethysmograph in Assessment & Treatment of Sex Offenders Southern California Chapter of American Academy of psychiatry and Law, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., Rosewood (2 hours)

 

2007
12/08/07 Paraphilia Diagnosis, DMH Sex Offender Commitment Program Roundtable, Allen Frances, M.D., Shell Beach, California (7 hours)
11/03/07  Good Lives Model of Rehabilitation: Theory, Practice and Research, Tony Ward, Ph.D., DipClinPsych, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (1 hour)
11/02/07 Clinical Conundrums: Sexuality and the Developmentally Disable, Diagnosing Deviance in the Developmentally-Delayed, Curious Over-Representation of Urophilic, Coprophilic, and Diaper Fetishes in the Developmentally-Delayed, Robin J. Wilson, Ph.D., C.Psych, Susan Tough, M.Ed., Fuciana Figliola, B.A., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (1.5 hours)
11/02/07 Virtual Reality: The New Frontier in Behavioral Assessment of Sexual Offenders, Sexual and Oculomotor Biofeedback Mediated by Sexual Stimuli Presented in Virtual Reality, Autonomous Eye Pattern Classification in a Virtual Environment Applied to sexual Offenders, An Interactive Virtual Environment to Assess Sexual Interest and Coping Skills in Sexual Offenders, Richard Laws Ph.D., Patrice Renaud, Ph.D., Sylvain Chartier, Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (1.5 hours)
11/02/07 Sex Offender Public Policy in the New Millennium, David A. D’Amora, M.S., Alisa Klein, MAIP, Jill S. Levenson, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., Roxanne Lieb, M.A., (.5 hours)
11/02/07 Childhood Abuse, Brain Development and Impulsivity, Martin H. Teicher, M.D., Ph.D. Harvard Medical School, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (.75)
11/01/07 Understanding Variation in Penile Responsiveness, David Thornton, Ph.D., Kimberly Finch, Psy.D., Jose Tatar, B.Sc., Lorie Goeser B.A., CADC III, CCS II, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (1.5 hours)
11/01/07 Current Research and Issues in Phallometry, Liam E. Marshall, M.A., Yolanda Fernandez, Ph.D., C.Psych., Michael Sealhof, M.A., Christopher J. Dean, M.Sc., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (1.50 hours)
11/01/07 Effectiveness of Positive/Motivational Treatment of Sexual Offenders, William Marshall, O.C., Ph.D., FRSC, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (1.25 horus)
11/01/07 Making the Reasonable Possible in the culture of Fear, Suzanne M. Brown-McBride, Exec Dir. California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (1 hour)
10/31/07 Dynamic Risk Assessment: Stable-2007 and Acute-2007 Training, Andrew J.R. Harris, Ph.D., C.Psych, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (6 hours)
10/19/07 CAPSA – Probation Managers, Overview of the Static 99, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1 hour)
10/16/07 Civil Commitment Procedures for Sexually Violent Predator Evaluations, Alternative Defender’s Office, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.5)
08/24/07  Statistical Prediction of Sexual Recidivism, Atascadero State Hospital, Gary Laver,
Ph.D., (5 hours)
06/30/07  Clinical Supervision for Psychologists, Psych CEU Course (6 hours)
06/07/07 Identification of Sex Offender Traits and Behaviors Necessitating Further Investigation
and Referral for Specialized Training by Family Court Mediators, Lamoreaux Justice
Center, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., presenter (2 hours)
05/11/07 Juvenile Sex Offender Recidivism Risk Assessment Tool (JSORRAT-II), Doug Epperson, Ph.D. (3 hours); Using Objective Assessment to Evaluate Clients and Organize Treatment for Difficult Cases of Possible Child Sexual Abuse, Gene Abel, MD, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., Gerry Blasingame MFT,  California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Diego, California (3 hours)
05/10/07  Cognitive Behavior Treatment Tailored to Persons with Intellectual Disabilities/Sex Behavior Problems, Gerry Blasingame, (3 hours), California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Diego, California
05/09/07 Public Policy on Sex Offender Treatment and Management David Prescott LICSW (1.5 hours); Field Application of Dynamic Risk Factors to Predict Sex Offender Reoffense, Amy Phenix (3 hours); Sex Offender Assessment and Management, Gerry Blasingame (3 hours), California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Diego, California
04/24/07 Identification of Sex Offender Traits and Behavior Among Community Volunteers for CASA, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., presenter (1.5 hours)
04/11/07  SVP Annual Training (8 hours)
04/10/07 Static and Stable Updated Research, SVP Annual Training, Karl Hanson, Ph.D. (8 hours)
03/08/07 Treatment of Adolescent Sex Offender, American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry 2007 Annual Meeting, Dean DeCrisce, MD, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., Fabian Saleh, M.D., presenters (1.5 hours)
02/06/07 Identification of Sex Offender Traits and Behavior Among Community Volunteers for, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., presenter (3 hours)
2006
10/06/06 Sex Offender Characteristics and Treatment, University of California Irvine medical residents, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. presenter (2.5 hours), Orange, California
09/30/06 Public Policy and Pod Pondering: Our Missing Marketing Plan, Jan L. Hindman, M.S., LPC, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (1 hour)
09/30/06 Changing the Terms of the Discussion: An Emerging Foundations' Impact on Preventing Known Sex Offenders From re-Offending, Andrea Casanova, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (1 hour)
09/29/06 The Developmentally Delayed Sex Offender, Michelle Burns, B.Sc., Robin J. Wilson, Ph.D. An Innovative Treatment Program for Sexually Coercive Individuals with a Developmental Disability, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (1.5 hours)
09/29/06 Preliminary Data on a Tool For the Developmentally Disabled Offender Population: The Abel-Blasingame Assessment System for the Intellectually Disable, Gerry Blasingame, M.A., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (1.5 hours)
09/29/06 Treatment of Sexual Offenders: Where do We Go From Here? Janice K. Marques, Ph.D., Howard E. Barbaree, Ph.D., Anthony R. Beech, D. Phil., FBPsS, Richard L. Packard, Ph.D., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (.5 hours)
09/29/06 What Works: The Principles of Effective Interventions with Offenders, R. Karl Hanson, Ph.D., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (.5 hours)
09/29/06 Factors of Change in Psychotherapy: A Delineation of Empirically Based Principles of Change, Louis Castonguay, Ph.D., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (.75 hours)
09/28/06 Attentional Processes for the Assessment of Sexual Interest: Some New Data, D. Richard Laws, PH.D. From Theory to Practice: How Do Time-Based Assessment of Sexual Interest Work and What Effect Might They Have on Practice and Policy? Carmen L. Z. Gress, M.A., Cognitive Bias for Sexual and Aggressive Material in Offenders Using the Emotional Scroop Task, Paul Smith, Ph.D., Mitch Waterman, Ph.D. An Assessment of Viewing Time Using Affinity as a Measure of Sexual Interest Among Child Molesters, Anthony R. Beech, Ph.D., D. Phil., FBPsS/Olive Holden Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (1.5 hours)
09/28/06 Treating Low Functioning Sexual Offender, Susan L. Palmer, M.S.S.W. L.C.S.W., William J. Scheve, III, B.S. Ph.D., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (1.5 hours)
09/28/06 Legislating in the Dark - The Nightmare of Sex Crime Policy, Franklin E. Zimring, J.D., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (1 hours)
09/28/06 Framing Sexual Abuse to Shape Public Policy, Diane Benjamin, Ph.D., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (1 hours)
09/27/06 Ethical Considerations in Working with Sexual Offenders, Jill S. Levenson, Ph.D., Becky Palmer, M.S., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, Illinois (3 hours)
09/27/06 Children with Sexual behavior Problems: Identification, Treatment and Policy Issues, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Jane F. Silovsky, Ph.D., and Lisa M. Swisher, Ph.D. Chicago, Illinois (3 hours)
09/15/06 Sex Offender Commitment Program Training, California Department of Mental Health, Training in Court Testimony Issues - Expert Witness, Richard Gabriel (4.75 hours), Morro Bay, California 09/15/06 Sex Offender Commitment Program Training, California Department of Mental Health, CLETS Training, Jim Garcia (2 hours), Morro Bay, California
08/24/06 Sex Offender Offense Characteristics, Community Service Project, Sexual Assault Counselor Training, Santa Ana, California, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (2 hours)
05/12/06 Evaluation and Treatment of child Sexual Abusers, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Gene Abel, M.D. (6.75 hours)
05/11/06 Paradigm Shift in Assessing Sexually Abusive Children & Adolescents, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, LC Miccio-Fonseca, Ph.D., Lucinda Rasmussen, PH.D. (2.75 hours)
05/11/06 Should Sex Offender Treatment Be Curriculum Driven, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Tom Tobin, Ph.D., Mark Wolkenhauer, Psy.D. (1.5 hours)
05/10/06 Development and Scoring of the Juvenile Sexual Recidivism Risk Assessment Tool - II (JSORRAT-II), California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Douglas Epperson, Ph.D. (8 hours)
03/03/06 Considering Factors external to Actuarial Instruments in Risk Assessment, Moro Bay, California, David Thornton, Ph.D. (7 hours)
03/02/06 Considering Factors external to Actuarial Instruments in Risk Assessment, Moro Bay, California, Howard Barbaree, Ph.D. (7 hours)
02/02/06 Sex Offender Offense Characteristics, Community Service Project, Sexual Assault Counselor Training, Santa Ana, California, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (2 hours)
2005
11/19/05 Making for a Molester: Telling the Story, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, Daniel Bergner (1 hour)
11/19/05 Risk and Protective Factors for Violent Youth: An Empirical Study and Review of Research, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, Raymond R. Corrado, Ph.D. (1 hour)
11/18/05 Alternatives to Phallometry II: Update on Cognitive Approaches to the Assessment of Deviant Sexual Interest, Forensic Assessment of Sexual Interest, Investigation of Sexual Content-Induced Delay Utilizing Viewing Time and Choice Reaction Time, Automatic Processing of Sexual Information, A Stroop Replication Study, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, Richard Laws, Ph.D., Anthony Beech, D. Phil, FBPsS, Shelley Price, M.A., Donald Andrews, Ph.D. (1.5)
11/18/05 Transporting Evidence-Based Practices to Community Settings: Multi-Systemic Therapy with Juvenile Sex Offenders as an Example, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, Scott Henggeler, Ph.D. (1 hour)
11/18/05 Lesson from Biomedical Arena for Determining How Well Treatment Works, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, Jim Breiling, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
11/17/05 Strategies for Talking with the Press and with Legislators, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, David D'Amora, M.S., Thomas Tobin, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
11/17/05 Detecting Deception, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, Richard Laws, Ph.D., Paul Spizman, Psy.D., Richard Packard, Ph.D., Matthew King, M.A., James Scoular, M.A., (1.5 hours)
11/17/05 Blazing New Pathways for the Prevention of Sexual Violence, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, Michael Seto, Ph.D., Martin Lalumiere, Ph.D., James A. Mercy, Ph.D. (2 hours)
11/16/05 Identification and Treatment Implication of Ward and Hudson's Pathways: A Manualized Approach, Anthony Beech, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, Anthony Beech, BPsS, Dawn Fisher, Ph.D. (3.5 hours)
11/16/05 Evaluate Program for Integrity and Quality, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Salt Lake City, Utah, Mark Carisk, Ph.D. Anal Listiak, Ph.D. (3.5 hours)
10/28/05 2005 Family Disputation: Southern Regional Training, Riverside, California, Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (2.75 hours)
10/27/05 2005 Family Disputation: Southern Regional Training, Burbank, California Assessing Young children's Sexual Behaviors in the Context of Custody Disputes with Allegations of Sexual Abuse, Toni C. Johnson, Ph.D., Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (4 hours)
10/17/05 Assessment, Treatment and Supervision of the Sex Offender, Training Workshop for the Diocese of Orange, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., Fr. Bryan Silva O.I.M., Erik McCauley, DPO (4 hours)
09/16/05 Sexual Offender Commitment Program Training on Evaluation of Older Sexual Offenders. Development and Use of the CRAVS and Issues in Court Testimony in Forensic Sex Offenders Cases, Amy Phenix, Ph.D., Dale Arnold, Ph.D., Shoba Sreenivasan, Ph.D., James Cahan, ADA, Atascadero State Hospital (6 hours)
09/01/05 Characteristic and Evaluation Procedures for Sex Offenders, Community Service Program, Victim Witness, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
08/04/05 U.S. Probation Pretrial Services, Sex Offender Risk Assessment Procedures, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (2 hours)
07/22/05 Domestic Violence, Psycho-Legal Associates (6 hours)
07/13/05 Sex Offender Characteristics, Orange County Social Services, Specialized Family Services, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (2 hours)
06/10/05 Clinical Supervision: Special Topics, Psycho-Legal Associates, Steven Sultanoff, Ph.D. (6 hours)
05/18/05 Aging & Long-Term Care, Online Continuing Education, Psycho-Legal Associates (3 hours)
05/06/05 Nature of Attachment in Juvenile Sexual Offenders, California Collation on Sexual Offending San Diego Conference, Phil Rich, LCSW (5.75)
05/05/05 Discussion on Internet Crimes by Professional in Digital Area, California Collation on Sexual Offending San Diego Conference, Jeffrey Dort, JD Moderator (2.75 hours)
05/05/05 Vision of a California Sex Offender Management Board, California Collation on Sexual Offending, San Diego Conference, Margaret Bullens, Tom Tobin, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
05/05/05 Technology and our Sexual Society, California Collation on Sexual Offending Jeffrey Dort, JD, San Diego County DA (1.5 hours)
05/04/05 Ethical and Legal consideration in Testing Sex Offenders, California Collation on Sexual Offending San Diego Conference, Steven Frankel, Ph.D., JD, Tom Tobin, Ph.D. (6.5 hours)
04/15/05 Adolescent Sex Offender Evaluation and Treatment Procedures, California Collation on Sexual Offending - Orange County Regional Chapter, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
03/26/05 Evaluation and Treatment Strategies for Developmentally Delayed Sexual Abusers, In service training for Regional Center Group Home Providers Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (3 hours)
01/21/05 Comprehensive Training in the Use of the Minnesota Sex Offender Screening Tool Revised (MnSOST-R), Douglas L. Epperson, Ph.D. (7 hours)
01/20/05 Comprehensive Training in the Use of the Minnesota Sex Offender Screening Tool Revised (MnSOST-R), Douglas L. Epperson, Ph.D. (5 hours)
01/20/05 Comprehensive Training in the Use of the Sex Offender Risk Assessment Guide, Marnie E. Rice, Ph.D. (2.5 hours)
01/19/05 Comprehensive Training in the Use of the Sex Offender Risk Assessment Guide, Marnie E. Rice, Ph.D. (7 hours)

 

2004
07/15/04 Sexual Assault Forum, Judicial Council of California, presenter, San Francisco (2 hours)
05/07/04 Educating the Community about Sexual Assault and the Management of Adult and
Juvenile Sex Offenders in the Community – Panel of National Experts. California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Francisco, Center for Sex Offender Management. (6 hours)
05/06/04 Practical Concepts for the Assessment and Behaviorally Based Intervention with
Developmentally Delayed Individuals Who Experience Sexual Behavior Problems.. California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Francisco, Steven Mussack, Ph.D. (3 hours)
05/06/04 Opening the Door to Empathy: Trauma-Focused Therapy with Sexual Abusers.
California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Francisco, Deirdre M. D’Orazio, Ph.D. (2.5 hours)
05/06/04 Bridging Healthy Sexuality to Community Safety. California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Francisco, Niki Delson, LCSW, Judge Michael D. Wellington (3 hours)
05/05/04 Weighing the Risks: Reunification vs. Separation & Loss. California Coalition
on Sexual Offending, San Francisco, Kim English, Colorado Div. Criminal Justice, Peggy Heil, LCSW (4 hours)
02/20/04 Clergy Sexual Abuse, California Coalition on Sexual Offending – Orange County
Regional Chapter, Father Bryan Selva, M.A., MFT (1.5 hours)
02/17/04 Civil Litigation Issues in CSA. American Academy of Forensic Sciences, David Gypes, JD, Ph.D., JD (1.5)
02/17/04 Evaluating Cases of Child Sexual Abuse Allegation in Child Custody Cases, Foster Care, and Schools. American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Mohan Nair, MD (1.5)
02/17/04 GHB: The Science and Junk Science of Date Rape Drugs. American Academy of
Forensic Sciences, Ashok Jain, M.D. (1.0)
02/17/04 Forensic Evaluation of Defendants of Clergy Sexual Misconduct. American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.0)
02/17/04 What is Wrong About the Science and the Law of Sexually Violent Predator Civil
Commitment. American Academy of Forensic Sciences, John Love, JD (1.0)
02/17/04 Risk Assessment of Sexually Violent Predators – Controversy and Future Direction.
American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Amy Phenix, Ph.D. (1.5)
01/16/04 Use of Multiple Actuarial Sexual Recidivism, California Department of Mental Health,
Amy Phenix, Ph.D., Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (7.5)
01/15/04 Improving Expert Witness Trial Testimony, California Department of Mental Health,
Amy Phenix, Ph.D. (7.5 hours)

 

2003
10/11/03 Abel Assessment for sexual interest Training seminar, Gene Abel, M.D. (1.5 hours)
10/11/03 Confronting Clergy Abuse: Consulting at the Vatican, Association for the Treatment of
Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference, W.L. Marshall, Ph.D., R. Karl Hanson, Ph.D., Martin P. Kafka, M.D. (1 hour)
10/11/03 Sensationalizing Sex: Influencing Media Messages, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Carol Ivy (1 hour)
10/10/03 Issues With Sexual Sadists and Sexual Murderers: Developmental, Personality and
Situational Factors in Sadistic and Nonsadistic Sexual Aggressors of Women, Problems in the Diagnosis of Sexual Sadism, Personality Profiles and Developmental Antecedents of Men Who Have Committed Particularly Brutal Sexual Assaults, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Jean Proulz, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
10/10/03 Offenders Who Rape: Treatment Careers of Different Types of Personality Disordered
Rapists in a Forensic Psychiatric Institutes in the Netherlands, Assessing the Underlying Constructs of a Rapist Typology Using the MASA, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference Dan van Beek, Ph.D., Raymond Knight, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
10/10/03 The Use of Viewing Time To Assess Sexual Interest: Past, Present, Future, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment
Conference, D. Richard Laws, Ph.D., Vernon L. Quinsey, Ph.D., Carmen L. Z. Gress, M.A., Robert J. Konopasky, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
10/10/03 The Double Edged Sword: What Research Says About Media Violence, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Joanne Cantor, Ph.D.. (1 hour)
10/10/03 Sex Offending in Sports: A Whole New Ball Game? Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Celia Brackenridge, Ph.D. (1 hour)
10/09/03 Alternative Approaches to Evaluating Treatment Efficacy With Sexual Offenders, Failure to Complete Sexual Offender tr4eatment and Sexual Recidivism: do Actuarial Risk or Psychopathy Account for the Association? Howard Barbaree, Ph.D. Calvin M. Langton, Ph.D. Edward J. Peacock, Ph.D. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment
Conference, Tony Ward, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
10/09/03 Sexual Recidivism: Observed and Unobserved - Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Andrew J.R. Harris, Ph.D., R. Karl Hanson, Ph.D., David Thornton, Ph.D., David (1.5 hours)
10/09/03 Evolutionary Psychology: What’s the Story With Sexual Assault? - Association for the
Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Tony Ward, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
10/08/03 What works in correctional Treatment Programs. The Assessment and Management of
Sexual Arousal - Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Don A. Andrews, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
10/08/03 Attachment, Trauma, and Neurodevelopment: Implications for Understanding and
Treating Sexual Behavioral Problems - Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 22nd Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Kevin J. Creeden, M.A. (4 hours)
08/23/03 Laws & Ethics Update, Psycho-Legal Associates, Inc. A. Steven Frankel, Ph.D., J.D., ABPP (6 hours
06/02/03 Use of the California SVP Literature Database and Search Engine, California Department of Mental Health, Dana Putman, Ph.D. (3.5 hours)
05/16/03 How to Prevent Child Abuse – Recent Research on Sexual Deviations in California, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Sixth Annual Training Conference, Gene Abel, M.D., Behavioral Med. Institute Atlanta, GA, Gerry Blasingame, MFT, New Directions for Hope Redding, CA (2.5 hours)
05/16/03 Adolescent and Adult Sexual Homicide, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Sixth Annual Training Conference, J. Reid Meloy, Ph.D. Assoc. Clinical Professor UCSD (2.5 hours)
05/15/03 California’s Response to Sex Offending: The state of the State, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Sixth Annual Training Conference, Tom Tobin, Ph.D., SHARP Program (2.5 hours)
05/15/03 Treatment Outcome Research: Implications for Clinical Practice, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Sixth Annual Training Conference, Janice Marques, Ph.D., California Department of Mental Health (1.5 hours)
05/14/03 Assessment of Stable and Acute Dynamic Predictors in Incarcerated and Community
Sexual Offenders, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Sixth Annual Training Conference, Amy Phenix, Ph.D. (3.5 hours)
04/03/03 Ending Violence Against Women Conference, California State U., Long Beach, Panel of Experts, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
01/17/03 Myths and Truths in Evaluation and Treating the Developmentally Delayed Sexual
Perpetrator for Regional Center, Orange, California, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (3 hours)

 

2002
11-14-02 Prediction of Violent and Sexual Criminal Recidivism: New Findings, California Department of Mental Health, Atascadero, California, Andrew Harris, Ph.D. (7 hours)
11-13-02 Prediction of Violent and Sexual Criminal Recidivism: New Findings, California Department of Mental Health, Atascadero, California, Andrew Harris, Ph.D. (7 hours)
11-09-02 Evaluation and Treatment of Adult Sex Offenders, U.C. Davis Continuing Education, Santa Ana, California, Ron Kokish, Niki Delson, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (6 hours)
11-08-02 Evaluation and Treatment of Adult Sex Offenders, U.C. Davis Continuing Education, Santa Ana, California, Ron Kokish, Niki Delson, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (6 hours)
11-07-02 Juvenile Sex Offenders, Psycho-Legal Associates, Inc, California Youth Authority, Norwalk, California, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (6 hours)
10-05-02 Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 21st Annual Research and Treatment
Conference (14 hours)
10-02-02 Assessment and Treatment of Sex Offenders with Developmental Disabilities,
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 21st Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Pre-conference Workshop (6 hours)
08-16-02 Juvenile Sexual Abusers, Juvenile Delinquency & the Courts, Berkeley, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., (1.5 hours)
5-17-02 Polygraph Use in the Treatment of JSOs in Residential Treatment, California Coalition on Sex Offending, Sacramento, California, Marti Fredericks, LMFT, Don Watkins, LCSW, James Adams, Polygraph Examiner (3 hours)
05-16-02 The Differences Between Male and Female Offenders for Adolescent and Adult Populations, California Coalition on Sex Offending, Sacramento, California, L.C. Miccio-Fonseca, (2.75 hours)
05-16-02 Penile Plethysmograph and Abel Effectiveness: Research Outcome, California Coalition on Sex Offending, Sacramento, California, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
05-15-02 Developmental Disabled Offenders; Appropriate Assessment &
Treatment, Paraphilias and Community Strategy Building, California Coalition on Sex Offending, Sacramento, California, Gerry Blasingame, LMFT (7 hours)
04-12-02 Sexual Violence, Deviance and Experimentation, a Sign of the Times? Center for Judicial Education Division, Monterey, California, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
04-10-02 Evaluating, Treating, and Supervising Sex Offenders, U.S. Federal Probation Officers, Los Angeles, California, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (6 hours)

 

2001
11-10-01 Abel Assessment Site Training and Update, Gene Abel, M.D. (1.5 hours)
11-10-01 Reunification: The Multiple Systems Treatment Perspective, Harm Reduction: A Conceptual Framework, Mary Barrett, M.S.W., Richard Law, Ph.D. (2 hours)
11-09-01 Assessment of Static Risk To Sexually Reoffend: Two Standard Risk Assessment - Multiple Non-Standard Populations, Terry Micholaichuk, Ph.D., Charles Jeffords, PH.D., Sharon Williams, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
11-09-01 Phallometric Research, Elizabeth Letourneau, Ph.D., Test-Retest Reliability of Phallometric Assessments of Child Molesters, Test-Retest Reliability of Phallometric Assessments of Child Molesters, Gregory Maillet, B.S., Jan Looman, PH.D. Jeffrey Abracen, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
11-09-01 Lessons from Smallpox: What Will it Take to Eradicate Child Sexual Abuse, Mark Rosenberg , M.D., & Love and Sexual Desire: Cross-Cultural Perspective, Elaine Hatfield, Ph.D., Richard Rapson, Ph.D. (2.5 hours)
11-08-01 Psychopathy, Treatment Behavior, and Sex Offender Recidivism, Howard Barbaree, Ph.D., Michael Seto, Ph.D., Calvin M. Langton, M..A., Peter Marquis, M.S. (1.5 hours)
11-08-01 Sexual Compulsivity Online, Gene Abel, M.D., Sarah Gregg, R.N., CARN, Elizabeth Griffin, M.A., David Delmonico, Ph.D., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Antonio, Texas (3.5 hours)
11-08-01 Research, Theory and Practice, Bill Marshall, Ph.D., thirty Years of Challenge, Cassandra Thomas, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Antonio, Texas (2.5 hours)
11-07-01 Best Practices in Civil Commitment, Janice K. Marques, Ph.D., Craig Nelson, Ph.D. Judith Becker, Ph.D., Anita Schlank, Ph.D., L.P., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Antonio, Texas (3.5 hours)
11-07-01 Developing Effective Services with Young People who Sexually Abuse Others; Tony Morrison, Dipl.S.W., Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Antonio, Texas (3.5 hours)
09-25-01 Issues in Juvenile Sex Offender Cases, Bryan Brown, Senior Assistant District Attorney, Honorable Judge R. Hutson, Markers of the Juvenile Sexual Predator, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., Discussion of Courtroom Issues, Das Cynthia Herrera, Karen Schatzle, Honorable Commissioner Greg Jones and Dr. Wesley B. Maram (5.25 hours)
09-21-01 Evaluation and Treatment of Sex Offenders, Annual Southern Counties Placement Committee Conference, Palm Springs California, Presenter - Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
09-18-01 Characteristics of Adult Sex Offender, Community Service Project (CSP), Irvine, California, Presenter - Wesley B. Maram Ph.D. (1.5 hours)
08-13-01 Sex Offender Commitment Program Administrative Issues, SONAR Updated, Report Writing Update, Research Updates and Trial Issues, Department of Mental Health, Los Angeles, California, Amy Phenix (4 hours)
05-18-01 Containing Sex Offenders Through Management and Treatment, California Coalition on Sexual Offending, Irvine, California, Plenary Address: Establishing a Viable Sex Offender Treatment Program - A Prosecutor's Perspective, Greg Gaul, Senior Deputy DA, Collaborating between Victim Advocate Organizations and Sex Offender Treatment and Management Agencies, Thomas Tobin, Ph.D., Marybeth Carter, Exec Dir., CalCASA, Toni Cavanagh-Johnson, Ph.D., A Comparison of the Polygraph Examination and Voice Stress Analyzing, C.A. Davis
05-17-01 Plenary Address: Treatment of Sexual Offenders: What Works, Janice K. Marques, Ph.D., Managing Adult and Adolescent Sex Offenders on Probation: A Containment Approach, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., Managing Adult Sex Offenders: Use of Post-Conviction Polygraph with the Containment Approach, Kim English, M.A. (12.75 hours)
04-19-01 SVP Evaluator Training Update, Patton State Hospital, Gabrielle Paladino, M.D. (3.5 hours)
11-13-01 Evaluation and Treatment of Sex Offenders, Orange County Psychological Association, Orange, California, Wesley Maram (3 hours)

 

2000
11-29-00 Sexually Violent Predator Recommitment Evaluator Training, Department of Mental Health , Wendy Weis, Ph.D. (5 hours)

11-15-00

 

Assessing Psychopathy: Clinical and Forensic Applications of the PCL-R, Robert D. to Hare, Ph.D., Adelle Forth, Ph.D. Paton State Hospital (18 hours)
11-04-00 Abel Assessment For Sexual Interest Research Findings and Interpretation Update, Gene Abel, M.D., San Diego (4 hours)
11-04-00 Plenary Sessions, Attachment, Trauma, and Violence, Developmental-Systemic Perspectives on Children with Sexual Behavior Problems, Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., William N. Friedrick, Ph.D. ABPP, San Diego (2.5 hours)
11-03-00 Risk Assessment, Modifying Dynamic Risk Factors, Cross-validation of the Minnesota Sex Offender Screening, Dana Anderson, Franca Cortoni, Ph.D., James D. Kaul, Ph.D., Stephen J. Huot, M.Eq. San Diego (1.5 hours)
11-03-00 Sexual Interest, Michael C. Seto, Ph.D., Self-Reported Sexual Interests: Implications for Assessment and Treatment, Greg Maillet, Jeffrey Abracen, Ph.D., William L. Marshall, Ph.D., San Diego (1.5 hours)
11-02-00 Sex Offenders: Criminals or Patients, Paraphilias, Sex Offenses, and the Expert Witness, Fred S. Berlin, M.D., Ph.D., Park Dietz, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (2.5 hours)
11-02-00 Adolescent Treatment, Bradley R. Johnson, M.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Diego (1.5 hours)
11-01-00 Publishing Your Clinical Data, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Keith L. Kaufman, Ph.D., and Elizabeth J. Letourneau, Ph.D., San Diego (6.5 hours)
05-22-00 SVP Evaluator Training update information, Wendy Weis (4 hours)
04-26-00 Effective Management of Adult and Juvenile Sex Offenders in the Community, Center for Sex Offender Management, D'Amora, Freeman-Longo, Griffin, Scott, Lowe, Burns-Smith, Olsen, Bynum, Pullen, Fagel, Cruz. (8 hours)

03-06-00
to 03-08-00

Sex Offender Re-Offense Risk Prediction, Sinclair Seminars, Madison Wisconsin, Hanson, Quinsey, Salter, Hare, Thornton, Prentky, Eppeson, Doren, Jackson, Grisso, (18 hours)

01-10-00
to 01-11-00

Structured Risk Assessment: A Systematic Evidence-Based Strategy for Assessing Sex Offenders, Atascadero State Hospital, David Thornton, Ph.D. (12 hours)

 

1999
11-12-99 Sexual Offender Recidivism: Assessing Long-Term Risk and Within-Treatment Change, Karl Hanson, Phoenix, Arizona (6.5 hours)
10-15-99 Evaluation & Treatment of Sex Offenders, Psycholegal Associates, Wesley Maram (6.5 hours)
09-25-99 Abel Assessment For Sexual Interest Research Findings and Interpretation Update, Gene Abel, M.D., Orlando, Florida (4 hours)
09-24-99 Current Research Comparing Plethysmography Assessment with the Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest, Scott Johnson, M.A.; Comparison of Penile Plethysmography with the Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest on Incarcerated Military Sex Offenders, Elizabeth Letourneau, Ph.D.; Outcomes of the Abel Assessment and the Penile Plethysmograph in a Sample of Sex Offenders in Outpatient Treatment, Steven Gray, Ed.D.; Comparative Use of the Abel Assessments and Penile Plethysmograph Laboratory Assessments in an Outpatient Forensic Practice, Theoharis Seghorn, Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Orlando, Florida (1.5 hours)
09-24-99 How to Successfully Integrate Post Conviction Polygraph Results, Sex Offender Treatment, and Group Dynamics, George Brown, MSW, Patrick Liddle, M.ED., David D'A'Amora, M.S. , Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Orlando, Florida (1.5 hours)
09-24-99 Plenary Address: Sexual Violence in Humans and Other Animals: An Evolutionary Perspective, Barbara B. Smuts, Ph.D.; Biomedical Aspects of Sexual Offending, Steve Hucker, MB, F.R.C. Psych., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Orlando Florida (2 hours)
09-23-99 Actuarial Risk - A Comprehensive Comparison of Risk Assessment Instruments to Determine Their Relative Value Within Civil Commitment Evaluations, Dennis Doren, Ph.D.; An Investigation of Actuarial Risk Scales: Concordance and Factor Analysis, Richard Packard, Ph.D., Arthur Gordon, Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Orlando, Florida (1.5 hours)
09-23-99 Medical Approaches - Psychopharmacology Basics for the Non-Prescribing Clinician, Donald L. Sherak, M.D., Medical Treatment of Sex Offenders, Mohan Nair, M.D., Wesley Maram, Ph.D., Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Orlando, Florida (1.5 hours)
09-22-99 Using and Testifying about Sex Offender Risk Assessment Instrumentation, Denis Doren, Ph.D., Bradley R. Johnson, M.D., Honorable Fred Lauden, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Orlando, Florida (6.5 hours)
06-07-99 Summit on Treatment of the Sexually Violent Predator, Atascadero State Hospital, Craig Nelson, Ph.D. Clinical Administrator (7 hours)
05-08-99 Sex Offender Motivation, Community Service Program, Wesley Maram, Ph.D. (2 hours)
05-07-99 Evidence Code 730 Evaluator Legal Issues, Robert Newman (1.5 hours)
03-15-99
to 03-19-99
Sex Offender Treatment Skills: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Corrections Academy and Texas Department of Corrections (30 hours)
02-26-99 Risk Assessment for Sex Offenders: Research and Diagnostic Issues, Atascadero State Hospital, Gary Laver, Ph.D., Greg Schiller, Ph.D. (6 hours)
02-27-99 Risk Assessment for Sex Offenders, Research and Diagnostic Issues, Atascadero State Hospital, Fred Berlin, M.D., Ph.D. (6 hours)
02-10-99 Assessment of Sex Offenders for Sentencing, Supervision, and Treatment, U.S. Department of Justice, Live Satellite/Internet Video conference (3 hours)
01-29-99 Evaluation & Treatment of Sex Offenders: Multidisciplinary Solutions, Wesley B. Maram, Ph.D., Mohan Nair, MD, Andrew Lloyd, Esp., Kathleen Cardwell (6.5 hours)

 

1998
02-05-98 Using Research to Improve Sex Offender Risk Assessments, R. Karl Hanson, Ph.D. Atascadero State Hospital (9 hours)
02-06-98 Hanson Ph.D., Sex Offender Risk Assessment, SVP Atascadero (4 hours)
02-19-98 American Academy of Forensic Psychology (7 hours) Adv. topic in Criminal forensic Assessments, Charles R. Clark, Ph.D., San Diego
02-20-98 American Academy of Forensic Psychology (7 hours) Cross-Examination: Maintaining Credibility, Diane R. Follingstad, Ph.D., San Diego
02-21-98 American Academy of Forensic Psychology (7 hours) Ethical Issues for Forensic Psychologist, David Shapiro, Ph.D., San Diego
02-22-98 American Academy of Forensic Psychology (7 hours) Prep for Diplomat Exam in Forensic Psychology, Paul Lipsitt, LL.B., Ph.D., San Diego
03-12-98 Child Abuse Prevention Counsel of OC -Rethinking Child Maltreatment - Decline in Child Abuse Reporting, David Finkelhor, Ph.D. (3 hours)
03-12-98 Child Abuse Prevention Counsel of OC - Internet: Child Exploitation and Pornography, Daryk Rowland, Detective, Vice/Criminal Intelligence Unit, HBPD (3 hour)
06-22-98 Neuropsychology of Memory with Forensic Application, Jason Brandt, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (6 hours)
07-10-98 Phallometric Assessment Procedures, Dr. Becker and Sex Lab Staff, Atascadero State Hospital (5 hours)
08-21-98
to 08-22-98
Phallometric Assessment Training, David Davis, MMS software, New York, New York (15 hours)
08-31-98 Phallometric Assessment Procedures, Sex Lab Staff, Atascadero State Hospital (1.5 hours)
09-14-98 Rapid Risk Assessment for Sex Offender Recidivism, Training Roundtable, California Department of Mental Health, Los Angeles (2 hours)
10-03-98 Phallometric Assessment Procedures, William Wilcox, Atascadero State Hospital Sex Lab Staff, Orange (8.5 hours)
10-04-98 Phallometric Assessment Procedures, William Wilcox, Atascadero State Hospital Sex Lab Staff, Orange (5.5 hours)
10-14-98 Assessment and Treatment of Intellectually Disabled Sex Offenders, Emily Coleman, James Haaven, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (6 hours)
10-15-98 Deception and Denial in Sex Offenders, Anna Salter, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (1 hour)
10-15-98 Predicting Recidivism: Moving Towards an Actuarial Process, Dennis Doren, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (.75 hours)
10-15-98 Ethical and Legal Issues in Risk Assessments with Sexual Offenders, James Ogloff, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (.75 hours)
10-15-98 Empirically-Based Approaches to Issues in Contemporary Penile Plethysmography, Golde, Byrne, Card, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (1.5 hours)
10-15-98 Comparison and Validity of Phallometric Responses, Shamieh, Kiedrowski, Alexander, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (2 hours)
10-16-98 Psychopathy and Violence, Robert Hare, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (.75 hours)
10-16-98 Dangerous Systems - Dangerous Practice: Offenders' Dreams and Clinicians' Nightmares, Tony Morrison, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (.75 hours)
10-16-98 Motivational Interviewing: Increasing Motivation for Change, Reid Hester, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (.75 hours)
10-16-98 Making Corrections Work, Paul Gendreau, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (.75 hours)
10-16-98 Issues in Phallometric Assessments, W.L. Marshall, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (1.25 hours)
10-16-98 Collaborative Data Base of Sex Offender Treatment Outcome, Hanson, Gordon, Harris, Quinsey, Marques, Seto, Murphy, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (2 hours)
10-17-98 Moving Towards Respect: A Quest for Responsible Intervention Practices, Alan Jenkins, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (.75 hours)
10-17-98 What Sex Offender Treatment Providers Need to Know about Victim, John Briere, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (.75 hours)
10-17-98 What to Do When You Smell Smoke: Clinical Burnout and How to Prevent It, Anna Salter, et. al, Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Vancouver, BC Canada (1.25 hours)

 

1997
02-18-97 Department of Mental Health-WIC 6600 Sexually Violent Predatory Law Evaluator Training, Patton State Hospital
03-12-97
to 03-16-97
Specialized Training - Prediction of Violence, San Diego
03-28-97
to 03-29-97
Hare Psychopathy Check-List Revised, San Francisco
04-04-97
to 04-06-97
Gene Abel, Sex Offender Evaluation, Georgia
05-09-97 Hare Psychopathy Check-List Revised, Atascadero State Hospital
05-14-97 Sex Offender Assessments, V. Thomas, Ph.D., Orange, CA
05-23-97 Gene Abel, Current Issues in Evaluation, Treatment and Adjudication of Sex Offenders, Orange, CA
08-20-97
to 08-22-97
Specialized Training, San Diego, Sexual Offenders, Assessment, Risk Management and Treatment, A Gathering of Leading Experts, San Diego
10-15-97
to 10-18-97
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA), Research and Treatment Conference, Virginia

 

1996
02-09-96 to 03-08-96 Addictions: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Training Course, Orange County Department of Mental Health - WIC 6600 Sexually Violent Predatory Law evaluator training, Atascadero State Hospital
08-21-96 to 08-23-96 Violence and Criminality a Gathering of Leading Experts, San Diego
09-24-96 Department of Mental Health - WIC 6600 Sexually Violent Predatory Law evaluator training, Patton State Hospital
11-13-96 to 11-16-96 Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA), Research and Treatment Conference, Chicago

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