Live webinar presented by Jan Tate, MSW, LCSW, MEd, CSOTP
September 7, 2023, 12:30pm
90 min of CLE credit anticipated
Psychosexual evaluations include sexual abuser–specific assessments and promote informed decision making among those who share responsibility for treatment, risk management, and other domains of intervention. Empirically–informed and reliable sexual abuser–specific assessments can be used, for example, to inform:
- Sentencing and other legal decisions.
- Treatment planning and progress.
- Release decision making.
- Transition and reentry planning; and
- Supervision and other case management planning.
Psychosexual assessments are most reliable and beneficial when evaluators adhere to ethical practices, incorporate multiple sources of information, use research–supported
methodologies, and strive to engage clients in the assessment process. Furthermore, such assessments are most effective for guiding decision making, maximizing public safety, and promoting successful client outcomes.
This program is part of the 2023 IDS Forensic Science Education Series. The webinars will be presented monthly and are free to attend. Attorneys who want CLE credit for attending will be billed $3.50 per credit hour by the State Bar. Use this link to register for all webinars in the series and attend any that are of interest. If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Sarah Olson, email@example.com, 919-354-7217.
Jan Tate is a licensed clinical social worker, clinical sexologist, and forensic evaluator with an area of expertise on sexuality and gender issues and the clinical treatment and assessment of these topics. She earned her undergraduate degree in psychology at UNC Chapel Hill, followed by a Master of Social Work with a focus on clinical practice, alongside with a Master of Human Sexuality from Widener University. She completed her forensic training at the Joseph J. Peters Institute in Philadelphia, PA. She works with individuals, couples, and families in private practice in Mebane, NC. She is a clinical member of the Association for the Treatment and Prevention of Sexual Abuse and a clinical member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists.