Sex Offenders and What They Can Teach Us

Date

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Time

4:00 pm

Location

Taylor Hall 203-Auditorium

"How understanding the offender can inform our work on college campuses with survivors"

This workshop will focus on topics including why people sexually offend, understanding sex offender dynamics/behaviors, and risk of sex offender recidivism and what factors (static and dynamic) are connected to re-offense, as well as how that understanding can enhance campus safety. Workshop led by Kelly E. Bunt, LCSW.

Kelly E. Bunt, LCSW, has worked in the field of sexual abuse prevention for 15 years, the majority of her career being spent dedicated to the enhancement of community safety through her work in the management of sexual offenders. She has been an active clinician and administrator in that field for 12 years. In 2017, Kelly opened her private practice, KB Forensics, where she continues to specialize in the provision of treatment services for individuals who have sexually offended who live in and around the Dutchess County area.

Sponsored by the SAVP (Sexual Assault & Violence Prevention) program

Contact
Nicole Wong

Department
SAVP (Sexual Assault & Violence Prevention)