Expand your vision of child sexual abuse prevention by understanding what causes people to offend and acquire practical early detection screening tools for parents, teachers, counselors, and physicians.
Diane Cranley Interviews:
David L. Burton, MSW, Ph.D. - Dr. Burton teaches research and cognitive behavioral theory and methods courses at Smith College. He is also involved in research with doctoral students in our program. Dr. Burton has worked in the field of sexual aggression for over 20 years as a clinician, with adolescents and children.
Geral Blanchard LPC - Geral Blanchard, is the author of three books on sexual abuse and has worked in the field of sexual abuse treatment for four decades. He has lectured internationally on the causes of sexual abuse, including the role of a damaged brain in the development of impulsive and addictive sexual behaviors.