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Learn to recognize the predictable behavior patterns of child molesters and how you, as a bystander, can become an effective part of the sexual violence prevention effort.

Diane Cranley Interviews:

Carla van Dam, Ph.D. - Carla van Dam is a forensic psychologist working in the US and Canada. Her focus has been on preventing child sexual abuse by better understanding those who sexually molest children in order to teach community members how to recognize those whose behavior should be suspect. In addition to extensive forensic work and innumerable evaluations on known child molesters, she has trained professionals, done public speaking, worked with the legal system, consulted with various organizations, and helped community groups manage this complicated terrain.

Joan Tabachnick - Joan Tabachnick is a nationally recognized consultant and author on sexual violence prevention. Over the past 20 years, she has developed award winning educational materials and innovative programs for a wide variety of national, state and local organizations. She has published numerous articles and participated in state and national expert panels.