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Presentations

POLICE SUICIDE: Acuity of Influence
(2013)

Doing Therapy with Latino Clients
(Issues, Dilemmas and Diversity)
2013

 

Latino Social Workers Organization (LSWO) National Conference

University of Chicago – April 6-8, 2011

Topic: Doing Therapy with Latino Clients (Issues, Dilemmas and Diversity)

Social Work Conference 2010

Deerfield Beach, Florida - June 10–12, 2010

Topic: The Impact of Police Retirement – Transitional Considerations (The Family Therapist Role in Facilitating Constructive Change)

Latino Social Workers Organization (LSWO) National Conference

University of Chicago – April 8-10, 2010

Topic: Suicide and Law Enforcement: (Impact on Society and the Family Unit)

(The Center for Mental Health Services) CMHS National GAINS Center Conference

Orlando, Florida - March 17-19, 2010

Topic: Suicide and Law Enforcement: (Impact on Society and the Family Unit)

Social Work Conference 2010

Deerfield Beach, Florida - June 10–12, 2010

Topic: The Impact of Police Retirement – Transitional Considerations (The Family Therapist Role in Facilitating Constructive Change)

Luncheon for Miami-Dade Chapter of Social Workers
12/8/09

Luncheon for Miami-Dade Chapter of Social Workers

Policing and Critical Incident Management in Law Enforcement
June 3rd, 2009

Police Suicides
presented 6/30/09

Crisis Intervention Team of South Florida – Hialeah Police Department

CIT Training - Hialeah

Crisis Intervention Team of South Florida – Nova Southeastern University
July 14th, 2009

CIT Training - Nova Univ - 2

Suicide and Law Enforcement:
Impact on Society and the Family Unit

May 1-2, 2009

Michael Alicea is a keynote presenter!


National Association of Social Workers (NASW) - Florida Chapter Statewide Conference to be held in Boca Raton May 5, 2008.

Abstract

Defining the Sexual Abuser (A Clinical Perspective)

Michael J. Alicea, M.S., M.S.W., Ed.D (Candidate)

Mauren V. Zamora, M.S.W., Ed.D (Candidate)

Angie M. Nunez, MSW 

Sexual violations or sexual transgressions against another range from sexual harassment, exhibitionism, and pedophilia to forcible rape and sexual homicide. No age, socioeconomic, gender, racial, ethnic, or religious profiles have been identified as specific to sexual abusers. Many offenders who have engaged in sexually abusive behaviors present with one or more of the paraphilias, or sexual behavior disorders, as defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-R). The workshop will provide an overview of the clinical approach utilized in the treatment of sex offenders and will include: 1. defining the sexual abuser (Clinical Perspective); 2. Defining the victim (Clinical Perspective); 3. Defining the treatment; 4. The sexual offenders’ responsibility (Treatment Goals); 5. Evaluating approaches to therapy (Offenders Perspective); and 6. Therapy with sexual offenders (Therapist Perspective) 

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2008 Social Worker Conference 

Sexual Abuse: The Silent Epidemic