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CALL FOR PAPERS
You are invited to submit a workshop proposal for the 2020 National Adolescent Perpetration Network (NAPN) and Oregon Adolescent Sex Offending Treatment Network (OASOTN) joint conference. This event will take place in Portland, Oregon on May 5-7, 2020.
NAPN’s Annual Conference brings together hundreds of attendees and prominent speakers to discuss developmentally-informed evidence-based best practices in the assessment, treatment, and case management of children and adolescents who have perpetrated sexual abuse. Attendees develop new clinical skills and learn to incorporate cutting-edge research into daily practice.
Submit your proposal today!
Workshops of 1.5 hours, 3 hours, 4.5 hours, or 7 hours are invited until the deadline of December 2, 2019 on topics including (but not limited to):
- Program Development & Evaluation
- Treatment & Case Management
- Victim Advocacy
- Victimology & Victim Advocacy
We look forward to receiving your proposal!
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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Who We Are
The Oregon Adolescent Sexual Offending Treatment Network (OASOTN) is committed to the prevention of sexual abuse by providing professional training and support, technical assistance, and legislative action. OASOTN promotes opportunities for training and collaboration of professionals that work with youth who have sexually abused. Additionally, OASOTN advocates for the highest standards in practice with youth who have sexually abused to promote individual, family, and community safety.
Oregon Adolescent Sex Offending Treatment Network is dedicated to the effective management and treatment of sexual offending youth to promote individual, family, and community safety and wellness.
- Provide and promote opportunities for training of best practices in the field.
- Facilitate collaborative partnerships with professionals who work with youth and families impacted by sexual abuse.
- Promote awareness of the impact of sexually abusive behavior committed by youth.
- Educate local communities and the legislative body on issues pertaining to youth sexual offending behavior.
Members of OASOTN include:
- Probation/Parole officers
- Treatment providers
- County juvenile departments
- DHS staff
- OYA facilities
- Community members
- Foster parents