The California Coalition on Sexual Offending has just released its 2010 Annual Conference Brochure. The training conference, which will take place in San Diego from May 12-14, focuses on the theme “Together we can end sexual abuse.”
Since 1986, CCOSO has provided expertise, training, education and legislative guidance in treatment, management and research related to sexual offending. Keynote speaker at the event is Dr. Daniel Siegel, a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine where he is on the faculty of the Center for Culture, Brain and Development, and the co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center. His presentation will focus on mindsight, which he says is “the ability for the human mind to see itself. It is a powerful lens through which we can understand our inner lives with more clarity, transform the brain and enhance our relationships with others.”
The conference will bring together a range of individuals, including representatives from law enforcement, criminal justice, mental health, probation, parole and community services dedicated to addressing the significant and complex issues related to sexual offending.
To register or for more information about the California Coalition on Sexual Offending’s 13th Annual Training Conference, download the brochure.