WCMHC only offers psychosexual treatment to client under age 18. Juvenile Psychosexual Services are provided by Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (LMFT) who are Certified Sex Offender Treatment Providers (CSOTP). Please contact our office for pricing information and availablity.
Juvenile Psychosexual Assessment:
A Juvenile Psychosexual Assessment is conducted by a CSOTP, for identifying the level of recidivism risk and treatment needs. The assessment is appropriate for youth between 12 and 18 years of age. The process includes a structured clinical interview over 2 to 3 sessions for approximately two hour each and would include information from collected from official records. The required information would include but not limited to official law enforcement documents (if available); records included prior evaluations; prior treatment information, school behavioral/disciplinary records, involvement with social services, past hospitalizations and/or placement outside of the home. A written report will be provided within 30 days of last interview and will include specialized risk assessment measures looking at static and dynamitic variables, protective variables, and risk level. The information provided in Juvenile Psychosexual Assessments are only good for approximately one year due to youth developmental changes
Child, Adolescent, and Family Psychosexual Individual Therapy:
The Child and Adolescent Sex Offender Treatment Program at WCMHC is a specialized, outpatient therapy program that offers a comprehensive psychosexual evaluation and on-going individual and family therapy. The specialized Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (CSOTP) functions as part of the larger containment team. Referrals come primarily from the court system, staff work closely with probation and parole staff and report to the court as needed. Family involvement in the treatment process is strongly encouraged. The program aims at helping children and adolescents and their families identify their strengths and resolve problems or concerns that may have contributed to the offense. The child or adolescent explores their offense(s) and identify their individual cycle of abuse (i.e., the thoughts, feelings, conditions that precede and follow their offenses(s). They also explore how they have denied and minimized the significance of their behavior. They learn the effects of sexual offenses on the victims and some learn how to deal with their own abuse.