This interactive training session aims to bring together a variety of professionals engaged with treatment, therapy and counselling of people with risky or illegal sexual behaviours against the backdrop of the criminal justice system.
The event will be of particular interest to currently practising therapists, counsellors, psychotherapists, members of StopSo, ATSAC, COSRT and others engaged in the support of those under investigation, convicted or displaying risky sexual behaviours. We will be encouraging collaborative conversations so please do share this event with your network and anyone who may be interested.
With an opportunity to ask questions throughout, this promises to be an interactive and engaging session. If you would like to submit your questions or topics prior to the webinar please include during registration or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday 26 January 2021
10:10am: Delivering treatment remotely and psychological needs assessment followed by questions and discussion | Dr Jennifer Bamford
10:40am: Disclosure of criminal offences and criminal offences explained followed by questions and discussion | Matthew Graham
11:10am: Criminal justice process explained and providing references and reports followed by questions and discussion | Nicholas Wragg
11:40am: Questions and discussion points
Matthew Graham | Partner & Head of Criminal Law Team, Stone King LLP
Nicholas Wragg | Senior Associate, Criminal Law Team, Stone King LLP
Dr Jennifer Bamford | Senior Associate Psychologist, Tully Forensic Psychology
This training will be free of charge.