Welcome to our next IATSO Conference in Frankfurt am Main, Germany!
at the Goethe University Frankfurt
Current Developments in Etiology, Assessment, and Prevention of Sexual Offending
Update: Registration is closed! Thank you for your interest in IATSO!
On behalf of the Scientific and the Local Organizing committees, we invite you to the 16th conference of the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (IATSO) to be held at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main (Germany) from August 25th to 27th, 2021.
IATSO 2021 will be our first hybrid conference which can be attended "virtually" or "virtually & on-site". Depending on your individual Covid-19 situation in August in your area, you may decide whether you want to join us in Frankfurt in person or attend virtually. However, since it might happen that there will only be limited space for an on-site participation, on-site tickets are given on a first-come-first-served principle. So, if you are interested in an on-site ticket and seriously consider to attend (given it will be possible to have an on-site conference in August), please register for the on-site ticket.
If local COVID-19 regulations do not allow the on-site part, it will be a virtual conference only. This means that participants who showed interest in attending "virtually & on-site" will be automatically allocated to the virtual only format.
IATSO 2021 will also be our first conference that offers an on-site track of keynote sessions held in German by experts from Germany-speaking countries.
If possible, most keynote sessions are prepared to be on-site sessions and will be live-streamed as well. Only main presentations from overseas will probably be virtual. Moreover, both virtual and on-site presentations will be recorded and put online, so registrants can also watch them at a later point of time.
Free communications and Poster presentations will be virtual only. Presenters are asked to submit an abstract and, when accepted, to provide videos of their presentations.
We do not offer pre-conference workshops this year.
All presentations will be stored in our video gallery and will be accessible for 3 months (until November 2021) to all registered participants and the IATSO team of the 16th IATSO conference 2021. IATSO does not provide any option to download or distribute them.
Pleae note that IATSO cannot guarantee that evey announced presentation will be held in times of a pandemia. When you register for the conference, you recognize the exceptional circumstances of a pandemia. However, IATSO tries its best to have a program reasonably in line with this announcement.
The conference has been accredited (ID 710026) by the Austrian Medical Chamber with 22 CPD credits. Since IATSO is officially registered in Vienna and the conference takes place virtually in any case, we have applied for CPD approval by the Austrian Medical Chamber. These credits are usually recognized by any other chamber.
For more information visit our >>> IATSO 2021 Online Conference Website <<<
Martin Rettenberger, Conference President and IATSO Secretary General
Sonja Etzler, Chair of the Local Organizing Committee
Reinhard Eher, President Elect
Sabrina Eberhaut, Conference Organizing Committee
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- Robert McGrath (United States): Implementing Treatment Programs for Sexual Offending: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
- Peter Fromberger (Germany): E-Health-Apps for the risk-assessment and treatment of child abusers
- Alexander F. Schmidt (Germany): Recent developments in the assessment of pedohebephilic interest
- Douglas P. Boer (Australia): Individualized treatment of sexual offenders with an intellectual or developmental disability
- Ross M. Bartels (United Kingdom): Distorted beliefs linked to sexual offending
- Daniel Turner (Germany): Mental disorders in sexual offenders and their relevance for risk assessment
- Peer Briken (Germany): Does psychodynamic thinking still have any significance for the treatment of pedophilia?
- Mark Olver (Canada): Measuring risk relevant change – implications for the therapeutic process and risk management in sexual offenders
- Leigh Harkins (Canada): Incorporating sociocultural and situational factors into explanations of sexual offending
- Wineke J. Smid (The Netherlands): Sexual and emotional self-regulation: a two way street
- Michael H. Miner (United States): Sexual offending in adolescent males: effects of parental attachment, social experiences, and sexuality
- Dahlnym Yoon (Germany): The relevance of antisociality and psychopathy for the risk assessment in sexual offenders
- Reinhard Eher (Austria) & Martin Rettenberger (Germany): How the risk principle reduces recidivism: The impact of legislative revisions on the release decision process and the recidivism risk of sexual offenders
- David Thornton (United States): Developing Protective Factors Responsive to Criminogenic Needs
- David S. Prescott (United States): Implementing the Good Lives Model: Lessons from International Efforts
- Peter Fromberger (Göttingen): eHealth-Apps in der Diagnose und Behandlung von Sexualstraftätern
- Alexander Schmidt (Mainz): Die Anwendung impliziter Messverfahren bei der Begutachtung von Sexualstraftätern
- Daniel Turner (Mainz): Aktuelle Entwicklungen in der Pharmakotherapie von Sexualstraftätern
- Dieter Dölling (Heidelberg): Sexueller Missbrauch in der katholischen Kirche
- Axel Dessecker (Wiesbaden): Sexualstraftäter in der Sicherungsverwahrung
- Hauke Brettel (Mainz): Zur Rolle von Recht und Kriminologie beim Umgang mit Sexualdelinquenz
- Dahlnym Yoon (Hagen): Die Bedeutsamkeit von Antisozialität und Psychopathie bei der Risikoprognose von Sexualstraftätern
- Klaus Priechenfried (Wien): Risikobewertung und Eröffnung von Teilhabechancen bei Sexualstraftätern – Der Spagat beim Übergangsmanagement von der Haft in die Freiheit
- Tatjana Voß (Berlin): Herausforderungen in der ambulanten Psychotherapie von Sexualtätern
- Sabrina Eberhaut (Wien): Der Zusammenhang kognitiv verzerrter Sichtweisen mit dem Vorliegen einer pädosexuellen Präferenzstörung
- Reinhard Eher (Wien): Aktuelle Entwicklungen in der Anwendung des Static-99, Stable-2007 und VRS-SO im deutschsprachigen Bereich
- Reinhard Eher (Wien): 20 Jahre Sexualtätermanagement in Österreich – die Auswirkungen geeigneter legistischer Rahmenbedingungen und der Adhärenz am RNR Prinzip auf die Reduktion der Rückfallraten
- Jutta Elz (Wiesbaden): Gründe für staatsanwaltschaftliche Einstellungen bei Fällen sexueller Gewalt
- Sylvette Hinz (Leipzig): Qualitätssicherung der Behandlung von untergebrachten Sexualtätern und Evaluation der Sicherungsverwahrung - Erfahrungen aus Sachsen