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					                 Grayson County Department of Juvenile Services


  Boot Camp Sex Offender Treatment Program

Mission Statement: The mission of the Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment
Program (JSOTP) is to provide comprehensive assessment and treatment for
juvenile sex offenders residing at the Grayson County Boot Camp and for their
families and caregivers when possible. The ultimate goal of the program is to
prevent the recidivism of the juvenile by changing the maladaptive behaviors of
the juvenile and his family.

Eligibility: The following criteria are to be met:

       •      Age 13 –17
       •      Adjudicated on a sexual offense and/or ordered by the court to be
              detained in the boot camp
       •      Willingness of juvenile to work program while in boot camp

The youth’s juvenile probation officer will submit an intake packet for each
juvenile that will be screened for placement in the boot camp. An intake checklist
and the required documents are included with this protocol (see attachment A).
Once the intake packet has been completed and submitted to the boot camp the
juvenile will be screened for eligibility by the Deputy Director of the boot camp,
the sex offender case manager and the sex offender treatment provider.

If the youth is accepted into the JSOTP, the youth and the parent will be required
to sign a Sex Offender Treatment Contract (see attachment B). The purpose of
this document is to insure that both the juvenile and the parent understand the
treatment process and what will be required of them throughout the youth’s stay
in the boot camp.
Treatment Providers: The department contracts with three Licensed Sex
Offender Treatment Providers (LSOTP) for clients in the boot camp, on probation
and their families. The LSTOP’s are Jennifer Edwards, Bill Mory and Sue
Jennings. The therapist’s vita and license are attached (attachment C). Sue
provides post residential counseling and her vita is not included.

Program Description: The Sex Offender Treatment Program is offense specific
and designed to integrate cognitive-behavioral interventions as well as
relationship and attachment interventions. According to the Council on Sex
Offender Treatment, programs that only focus on sexual behavior problems are
of limited value and researchers have recommended a holistic approach.
Cognitive behavioral treatment strives to identify, assess and modify cognitions
that promote sexual deviance and is considered a vital component of treatment.




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Cognitive behavioral interventions focus on improving the thinking and behavior
patterns of the youth. Relationship and attachment intervention is focused on
improving relationships, family functioning and expanding the youth’s capacity for
establishing healthy relationships.

The program is focused on relapse prevention with an emphasis on victim
empathy. Empathy is the “capacity to read the cues of others and thus imagine
the experience of the other” (Ryan, 1997, p. 127). In order to establish empathy
for others, it is important for the juvenile to internalize this broad concept. In the
program, the therapist will work with the juvenile from the Pathways (Kahn)
workbook, Roadmaps to Recovery workbook (Kahn) and from the Relapse
Prevention (Steen) workbook. The therapist also will seek to convey
understanding and acceptance of the youth as a worthy person who is capable of
change and is able to achieve control.

To achieve graduation the juvenile will be assessed based on their progress
through the boot camp program and their progress in the JSOTP.

The sex offender program clinicians work in partnership with the boot camp staff
to coordinate the juvenile’s stay in boot camp, with the ultimate goal being that
the juvenile not re-offend upon release.

The primary components of the program are:

       •      Group Therapy
       •      Victim Empathy
       •      Victim Protection
       •      Case Management
       •      Treatment Team Meetings
       •      Pathways Workbook
       •      Roadmaps to Recovery Workbook
       •      Individual Therapy
       •      Adjunct Therapy
       •      Polygraph Exams
       •      Parent Involvement
       •      Discharge Planning and Aftercare

Treatment Protocol: To define and re-direct an offender’s cognitive distortions,
a cognitive behavioral approach is used in both individual and group sessions.
As defined by the Council on Sex Offender Treatment, cognitive distortions are
thinking errors that promote and maintain unhealthy behavior. The Council also
notes that cognitive distortions allow offenders to justify, rationalize and minimize
the impact of their deviant behavior. Cognitive distortions allow the juvenile sex
offender to overcome prohibitions and progress from fantasy to illegal behavior.
The cognitive behavioral approach is used to assist the child in disclosure,
establishing healthy boundaries and identifying healthy sexuality.


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An important component of the treatment process is victim empathy. A goal of
treatment is to assist the juvenile in learning to understand and value others.
The Council on Sex Offender Treatment states that highlighting the
consequences of victimization helps sensitize the offender to the harm he or she
has done.

The Council also notes that current knowledge of deviant sexual behavior
suggests that there is a cycle of behaviors, emotions, and cognitions that is
identifiable and which precedes deviant sexual behavior. The ability of the
juvenile to accurately identify their offense cycle is one of the goals of the
program.

As the youth progresses in the treatment process he will establish a relapse
prevention plan. The sex offender treatment provider will assist in this process.
Each relapse prevention plan is unique to the juvenile that creates it.

At the close of treatment the youth should have a better understanding of
accountability, abuse, trauma, what healthy sexuality is and a plan in place to
prevent re-offending.

Components of Treatment

The treatment of juveniles with sexual behavior problems is effective in reducing
recidivism. In order for treatment to be effective, it shall incorporate both
cognitive/behavioral and relapse prevention approaches.

      *      Group Therapy: Each juvenile will participate in age appropriate
      group treatment two times per week. These groups are open ended and
      new juveniles are admitted to the group as they enter the Sex Offender
      Treatment Program. Group notes will be provided to the youth’s case
      manager and retained in the juvenile’s confidential file. The group has
      established rules and each youth signs a copy stating that they are aware
      of and understand those rules (see attachment D). The juvenile will
      complete assignments from the Pathways workbook and Roadmaps to
      Recovery Workbook as part of the group process. In addition, a Sexual
      Autobiography will be completed in the group setting. The Sexual
      Autobiography is used to determine if the youth has had additional victims.
      This autobiography will be completed early in treatment to assist in
      determining the need for a sexual history polygraph.

      Juveniles will use the group setting to establish their relapse cycle. The
      relapse cycle identifies a triggering event and the negative thoughts and
      negative feelings preceding an “acting out” behavior. The relapse cycle is
      then used in developing the relapse prevention plan.




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•     Victim Empathy: An overarching component of the treatment
      program is Empathy Awareness and Training. Empathy is
      addressed and consistently supported in individual and group
      therapy. In individual therapy the client will begin to have an
      opportunity to experience empathy directly through the
      client/therapist relationship. This is essential for higher level
      mastery in this area. Workbook materials specifically dealing with
      aspects of empathy will be reviewed in individual therapy. In group
      therapy empathy will be addressed as an ongoing issue expressed
      through the relational dynamics between group members. There
      will be didactic as well as experiential exercises that emphasize
      victim empathy throughout the treatment experience.

•     Victim Protection: The treatment program will always work
      towards victim protection. The therapist will work to understand and
      protect the interest of victims through the review of Victim and
      Family Statements, Work with Victim Advocate Organizations,
      Development of Offender No-Contact Contracts, Development of
      written plans to limit access to victims, create an understanding of
      Victim High Risk Contact Zones, and through the monitoring of
      Post-Offense Mistreatment of Victim Contracts.

*      Case Management: Each juvenile that participates in the Sex
Offender Treatment Program will have a case manager that specializes in
working with juvenile sex offenders. The case manager is responsible for
coordinating the services provided to the youth and working with the
juvenile, parent and/or legal guardian, juvenile probation officer and
treatment team. The case manager provides case plans for juveniles on a
monthly basis in regard to their progress academically and behaviorally.

*      Treatment Team Meeting: Each juvenile will have a treatment
team that consists of the youth, the youth’s juvenile probation officer, the
youth’s case manager, the Sex Offender Treatment Provider, the parent’s
therapist and the parent or legal guardian. This team will meet on a
monthly basis to determine the progress the juvenile is making in the boot
camp program and in the Sex Offender Treatment Program. A formal
progress report will be provided by the sex offender treatment provider
and the youth’s case manager documenting his progress (see attachment
E).

*       Individual Therapy: Each juvenile will participate in individual
treatment. The first several sessions may include the individual clinical
interview and the administration of the J-SOAP, PHASE and Abel
Cognitions Scale. This information will be used to determine the direction
of the individual treatment plan. These sessions are held two times per
month and are intended to augment the group process by providing


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individualized feedback, education, assistance in establishing a relapse
prevention plan and addressing any family dynamics issues that are not
addressed in group. Individual treatment notes will be provided to the
juvenile’s case manager and retained in the youth’s confidential file. If the
Sex Offender Treatment Provider recommends additional testing, it will be
staffed and approval for the testing will be requested.

*      Adjunct Therapy
In order for treatment to be effective a multifaceted program is used
including the following:

      o   Substance Abuse Education
      o   Anger Management Classes
      o   Conflict Resolution
      o   Sex Education
      o   Life Skills Classes
      o   Trauma Resolution
      o   Values
      o   Problem Solving
      o   Impulse Control
      o   Interpersonal Communication
      o   Psychopharmacology
      o   Moral Reconation Therapy

*     Polygraph: Because secrecy and dishonesty are a major
component in sexual offending, polygraphs may be utilized. Polygraphs
will be administered on an “as needed” basis based on the
recommendation of the Sex Offender Treatment Provider.

There are four types of polygraphs that may be recommended, Instant
Offense Polygraph, Sexual History Polygraph, Monitoring Polygraph and
Maintenance Polygraph.

The Sex Offender Treatment Provider will recommend the Instant Offense
Polygraph if the juvenile denies his offense.

The Sexual History Polygraph addresses the complete sexual history of
the youth up to the instant offense.       This polygraph is typically
recommended as a part of the treatment process.

The Monitoring Polygraph, which is used to determine if the juvenile has
committed a new offense and the Maintenance Polygraph that addresses
compliance with supervision are not typically recommended.




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In order to progress in treatment, residents admitted will undergo
polygraph testing. Due to polygraph age restrictions, the department will
only accept residents age 13 and older into the program.


*      Parent Involvement: In order for new habits and skills to be
reinforced it is important that parents or legal guardians be involved in the
treatment process. Parents are required to participate in the treatment
process to gain the tools necessary to supervise the juvenile. They will be
required to attend Treatment Team Meetings monthly and to work with the
boot camp staff and the Sex Offender Treatment Provider to locate
services where they can receive family counseling on a regular basis.
Unless otherwise ordered by the committing court, it is a requirement of
the JSOTP that the parent participate in treatment prior to the juvenile
being considered for release back to the home.

     The Department sponsors a Chaperon Training for Families of
Juvenile Sex Offenders. The course consists of the following modules:

      •      Characteristics of Juvenile Sex Offenders
      •      Myths of Sex Offenses
      •      Criminal Thinking Errors
      •      Victim Empathy
      •      Primary Motivations for Sexually Acting Out
      •      Concept of Learned Behavior
      •      Juvenile Recidivism Rates
      •      Offense Cycle
      •      Child Safety and Avoidance Plan
      •      Standards of Behavior for Contact with Minors and Family
             Reunification
      •      Holding the child responsible for his behavior

*      Disclosure of Additional Victims: Additional victims are usually
disclosed in two ways. These include self-report of the juvenile or when
confronted through polygraph. As professionals, the case manager,
therapist and polygraph examiner are required to report additional victims.
On disclosure, the case manager will also report findings to the juvenile’s
probation officer for follow-up.

*      Discharge Planning and Aftercare: When it has been determined
by the boot camp staff and the Sex Offender Treatment Provider that the
juvenile has met the following requirements for completion of the boot
camp and sex offender programs a final Treatment Team Meeting will be
scheduled to address:




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             •      Completion of individual counseling
             •      Completion of group counseling
             •      Met the Boot Camp requirements for graduation
             •      Received discharge letter from therapist
             •      Parent or legal guardian has participated in therapy
             •      Parent or legal guardian has received recommendations for
                    release to the home from the parent/legal guardian’s
                    therapist

      This meeting will consist of the same team members as assembled in the
      monthly treatment team meetings. The juvenile’s progress will be
      reviewed in the boot camp program and in the sex offender program. The
      Sex Offender Treatment Provider will review the Relapse Prevention Plan
      and document and discuss their recommendations for the youth upon
      release from the boot camp. An exit interview will be conducted with the
      juvenile and a copy of the Aftercare Plan, including referrals for outpatient
      support, will be given to all parties present.

Unsuccessful Discharge: In the event that the juvenile does not complete either
the boot camp portion and/or the JSOTP the following documentation will be
provided:

      •      Discharge letter from the Sex Offender Treatment Provider which
             includes the specific reasons the juvenile was unsuccessfully
             discharged from the Sex Offender Treatment Program
      •      Summary of Stay from the juvenile’s case manager summarizing all
             aspects of the youth’s stay in the boot camp

Summary: The JSOTP accepts up to 18 male, court ordered offenders into its
boot camp program. Through the use of cognitive behavioral interventions, the
boot camp regime, case management and family involvement, each offender is
treated. Our goal is to assure the offender is equipped to understand his offense
as well as the feelings of his victim(s). It is our desire that the juvenile’s
treatment and stay lead to graduation; however, for our community’s safety if the
juvenile does not respond to our treatment protocol he will be recommended for
unsuccessful discharge.




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Sex Offender Treatment Protocol
                  Attachment A
                                      Boot Camp Intake Checklist


Juvenile’s Name: ____________________________      Date Completed: _________________
  √                                       Document
                          LEGAL RECORDS: Required in court placement order:
…with placement at the Grayson County Department of Juvenile Services until successful completion of the Boot Camp
Program or until further orders of this Court, with Conditions of Probation attached hereto and made a part of this Order
for all purposes….      * more information is provided at http://www.co.grayson.tx.us/Juvenile/Juve_Bootcamp.htm
          Adjudication and Disposition (minimum length of placement at Boot Camp is 180 day program. Sex
          Offender Program is minimum 270 day program)
       Conditions of Probation
       Common Application
       Completed TJPC standard screening tool (Currently MAYSI)
       Child/Family Case Plan (Residential Placement)
                                           PHYSICAL HEALTH
       Parent/Guardian to complete Medical Screening prior to seeing Physician.
       Physical Examination (must be completed by an M.D. within 30 days of intake)
    Doctor’s physical needs to state the child is cleared for physically strenuous Boot Camp
               participation and must be signed with the date and time by an M.D.
       Immunization Records with TB test (within 30 days of admission)
       Dental Form Completed (prior to admission)
       Emergency Consent Form
       Medication List: Require 30 day supply of medication(s) and/or prescription(s), prefer 60 days
       Insurance Information (Legible Copy of Card)
                                               EDUCATION
       SISD Web Publishing Permission Form
       Transcript/Disciplinary (ARD record, if applicable)
       Confidentiality Releases (i.e. previous counselors, placements, MHMR, etc.)
       Birth Certificate
       Social Security Card
       Psychological (within 12 months of intake)
       Psychiatric (if applicable)
       Previous Placement Records (if applicable)
                                          FAMILY INFORMATION
       Verification of Visitors, Mail & Phone Calls
       One Pair of Running Shoes
       Need for Services for Disabled (if applicable)
                       SEX OFFENDER INFORMATION (In addition to above)
         POLYGRAPH PERMISSION RELEASE
         VICTIM STATEMENT
         OFFENSE REPORT
         RISK ASSESSMENT/RESULTS
         VERIFICATION OF REGISTRATION
         RSOTP CONSENT FOR TREATMENT FORMS



_______________________________________                         _____________________________________
Name of Person Completing Checklist             Phone #         Approved By                                     Date
Sex Offender Treatment Protocol
                  Attachment B
                      GRAYSON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF
                            JUVENILE SERVICES

                    JUVENILE SEXUAL OFFENDER PROGRAM

                              TREATMENT CONTRACT


I, _______________________, agree to enter into an agreement with Grayson County
Sex Offender Treatment Providers and Cooke, Fannin and Grayson County Department
of Juvenile Services, to provide me with assessment and/or treatment services. I
understand and agree to all of the following conditions regarding my assessment and
treatment.


                            I. TREATMENT PROVISIONS

   ⎯ I agree to be completely honest and take full responsibility for my sexual offenses
     and my behavior.

   ⎯ I agree not to disclose any information regarding another group member,
     including that individual’s identity, to anyone outside this treatment program.
     (This includes family members, friend, or whomever I might be with, if I were to
     happen to see another group member I a public setting such as school, a store,
     restaurant, etc.)

   ⎯ I agree to inform my therapist of the nature of any contact that I might have with
     another group member while outside of the treatment sessions, other than
     routine contact with other members within the boot camp setting.

   ⎯ I agree to actively participate in all groups’ sessions to the satisfaction of the
     therapist and other group members. This involves responding in an open
     manner to questions, providing input to other group members, participation in
     group activities, remaining focused on treatment issues, etc.

   ⎯ I agree to comply with all treatment requirements and to follow and successfully
     complete the treatment program. This includes the completion of homework as
     assigned by the therapist. Completed homework assignments are to be handed
     in at group sessions.
⎯ I understand that as my therapist becomes better acquainted with my individual
  needs, changes may be made in my treatment program. I understand that
  changes will be made for the purpose of improving my program and I agree to
  comply with any changes should they be necessary for my progress. I also
  understand as new information/research regarding the treatment of sexual
  offenders becomes available; my treatment may be changed as well.

⎯ Although confrontation of denial and thinking errors is a necessary part of
  treatment, I agree to interact with my therapist and other group members in a
  verbally respectful manner.

⎯ I understand that due to the nature of my particular problems, specific treatment
  techniques are required in order for me to gain the most benefit from my therapy.
  I agree to participate in and satisfactorily complete the prescribed programs.

⎯ I understand that if my probation officer files a motion to adjudicate or a motion to
  revoke my probation, my therapist is likely to be asked to testify in my revocation
  hearing and will discuss my participation in treatment, homework assignment,
  attendance, any information obtained from assessments, and my level of risk, I
  the courtroom as well as with the appropriate county or district attorney’s office in
  preparation for my hearing.

                  II. PROVISIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL CARE

⎯ I agree not to become verbally or physically threatening or assaultive towards
  any staff member, or other group member, whether inside or outside of the office.

⎯ I agree not to attempt to initiate any sexual contact with any other group
  members. If another member attempts to initiate sexual contact with myself, I
  agree to report this to my therapist.

⎯ I agree not to commit a criminal offense or to behave in any way that violates any
  existing conditions of probation imposed on me.

⎯ I understand that my treatment progress is based entirely on me and the effort I
  choose to make. I understand that I am the only person who can control my
  behavior and I take full responsibility for my actions.

⎯ I understand that my behavior is extremely dangerous to others and that any
  degree of relapse is unacceptable. I therefore, agree to take whatever steps
  necessary to prevent such a relapse. I will voluntarily remove myself from
  activities that put others or myself at risk of inappropriate sexual behaviors.
  ⎯ I, ______________________, as the parent/legal guardian, will cooperate with
    counseling as directed by the Juvenile Court and/or my child’s juvenile probation
    officer. This includes family counseling for myself attending the Department of
    Juvenile Services Chaperone Program, treatment team meetings and any
    counseling ordered for my child.

  ⎯ I understand that the failure to comply with or maintain this treatment agreement
    at any time shall be cause for my immediate termination from this program.



_______________________________              ________________________________
Respondent                                   Date

________________________________             ________________________________
Parent or Legal Guardian                     Date

________________________________             ________________________________
Probation Officer                            Date

________________________________             ________________________________
Therapist                                    Date

________________________________             ________________________________
Casemanager                                  Date
     TIME                      TASK                    RESPONSIBLE PARTY
Pre-entry    Complete and submit Boot Camp          Committing department
             intake checklist
Day 1        • Boot Camp Orientation                Boot Camp Staff
             • Individual bed assignment
             • Health screening
             • Mental health evaluation
             • Program entry
Day 2-14     • Meet with assigned RSOTP & CM        CM/Therapist/JPO/Parent/Child
             • Any assessments
             • Parent/child case plan
             • Treatment/placement contract
Day 30       • Treatment team meeting               CM/Therapist/JPO/Parent/Child
Day 45-60    • Instant offense polygraph            CM and Woods & Associates
Day 60       • Treatment team                       CM/Therapist/JPO/Parent/Child
Day 120      • Maintenance                          CM/Therapist
             • Polygraph #1                         Woods & Associates

Day 15-240   •   Parent     complete   chaperone    Dr. Ann Shursen
                 training
Day 240      •   Parent Supervision plan complete   Dr. Ann Shursen
             •   Maintenance polygraph #2           Woods & Associates
Day 270      •   Final treatment                    CM/Therapist/JPO/Parent/Child
             •   Team & program completion
Sex Offender Treatment Protocol
                  Attachment C
                                       Jennifer Edwards, LCSW, LSOTP
                                                205 Wilcox, Suite 101
                                              McKinney, Texas 75069
                                                   T: 214.288.6580
                                                  F: 972.542.3722
                                        JenniferEdwardsLCSW@Yahoo.com

Formal Education

B.S. - Sociology, 1995; University of Texas at Dallas, Magna Cum Laude graduate
M.S. - Social Work, 1996; University of Texas at Arlington

Licensure

LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker), Texas Department of Health, License #30289
LSOTP (Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider), Texas Department of Health, License #98492

Summary of Experience

Proficient in understanding of personality disorders, dual diagnosis, sexual identity issues, sexual compulsivity, and
sexual abuse issues (for both perpetrator and victim). DSM-IV diagnostic experience. Clientele have included
children, adolescents and adults.

Specialization is in the area of child abuse, where most training and experience has occurred throughout career.
Since 1996 and through various positions and opportunities, have accumulated almost 7000 client-contact hours with
approximately 2500 sex offenders; have also conducted approximately 500 videotaped forensic interviews with
children who made abuse allegations. Proficient at testifying in court as well as presenting information to audiences
in formalized training; have been approved as an LCSW, LPC, and TCLEOSE instructor at various times.

Experience

2002-present
Private Practice/Independent Contractor/Consultant
● Sex Offender Treatment – adults
        Conduct adult sex offender treatment groups, evaluations, psychological testing, and individual sessions in
        McKinney and Dallas counties.
● Sex Offender Treatment - juveniles
        Grayson County Juvenile Probation Boot Camp SOTP (contractor): Facilitate group treatment for juvenile sex
        offenders once per week as well as individual sessions on a monthly basis.
● Sex Offender Evaluations
        - Conduct pre-adjudication sex offender evaluations per court appointment as well as by attorney request;
        evaluations conducted at office or in county jail.
        - Conduct post-adjudication sex offender evaluations at the request of Collin, Denton, Hunt, Rockwall, and
        Dallas County CSCDs.
● Forensic Interviews
        Rockwall County (contractor): Conduct Forensic Interviews of children in at the request of Child Protective
        Services and various law enforcement agencies.
● Expert Witness testimony
        Provide Expert Witness testimony regarding sex offenders and victims in criminal trials and hearings. Have
        testified on behalf of the following entities:
                 Collin County District Attorney’s Office
                 Texas Office of the Attorney General’s Cyber Crimes Unit
                 Defense Counsel

1999-2008
Central Psychological Services’ SOTP
(Contractor)
● Facilitated and case-managed four weekly sex offender treatment groups
● Conducted individual sessions with adult male and female sex offenders
● Administered sex offender evaluations at the request of various county CSCDs
● Communicated with CSCD officers on a weekly basis regarding progress, concerns, and status updates of clients

1998 – 2002
Collin County Children’s Advocacy center, Inc.
Forensic Interviewer and Support Services Director
● Conducted approximately 450 videotaped forensic interviews of children ages 3-18 who may have been sexually
or physically abused or witnessed domestic violence.
● Testified in jury trials as a fact witness regarding forensic interviews.
● Developed and managed the Community Resource Liaison Program, unique to the CCCAC and replicated by
other Children’s Advocacy Centers throughout the country.
● Developed, administered, and managed a large-scale holiday assistance program; served 400+ families in 2001
● Trained and supervised bachelor and masters-level students to administer the Community Resource program to
CCCAC families who had been affected by abuse in various ways.

1997-1998
Adapt Healthcare, Inc.
Clinician
● Conducted Mental Health Evaluations for the Texas Rehabilitation Commission; included psychosocial history,
diagnosis, and prognosis of severely mentally ill persons applying for mental health disability benefits.
● Weekly counseling of psychotherapy clients
● Case-managed up to 45 probated and paroled sex offenders
● Facilitated eight weekly sex offender treatment groups, including special populations (rapists and high risk
offenders)
● Facilitated two weekly substance abuse treatment groups.

1996-1997
Collin County MHMR (now Lifepath Systems)
Sex Offender Treatment Provider
● Conducted three weekly sex offender treatment groups serving parolees and probationers. Also assisted with
required documentation.
● Assisted with MH screening and intakes.

1996-1997
Graduate School Internships
08/1996-11/1996       Carrollton police Department; Victim’s Assistance Program
06/1996-08/1996       Charter Behavioral Health; Adolescent Inpatient Unit

1995-1996
Rainbow Days, Inc.
Children’s Services Coordinator
● Facilitated children’s support groups and family outings at women’s shelter and homeless shelter in Collin County,
Texas

1994-1995
University of Texas at Dallas
Research Assistant – School of Social Sciences
● Under the supervision of tenured professor Dr. Richard Scotch, participated in studies by collecting and analyzing
data, supervising data collection, and contributing to final (published) reports of the following studies:
        I. United Way Community Needs Assessment (supervised study’s data collection)
        II. Ellis County Health Survey
        III. Ryan White C.A.R.E. Act 1996 Grant
        IV. Early Childhood Care Providers

1993-1995
South Collin County Infant Program (ECI)
Early Intervention Specialist – paraprofessional
● Assisted PT, OT, and SLT professionals in providing intervention services to developmentally delayed infants and
toddlers from birth to three years old.
● Identified community resources for families and created monthly calendar of developmentally appropriate family
activities.
Additional Professional Training

● Ethics training - yearly                                 ● APSAC Conference; 1999, 2000
● CSOM/DOJ – Sex Offender management and Re-               ● APSAC Finding Words Forensic Interview Training; 2000
entry; 2006                                                ● Crimes Against Children; 1998, 1999
● TCSAAC – 4th Annual Conference; 2006                     ● Sexual Abuse Assessment Using Play Therapy
● Steege Corp. – Healthy Sexuality; 2004                   Techniques; 1998
● CSOT – Treatment and Supervision of Sex Offenders;       ● Dependent and Narcissistic Personality Disorders;
1997, 2002, 2003, 2008                                     1998
● Green Oaks – What’s New in Psychopharmacology;           ● Texas Attorney General’s Office – Building Victim
2002                                                       Services Together; 1998
● CSOT – Treatment of Juvenile Sex Offenders; 2002         ● APRI – Investigating and Prosecuting Child Abuse;
● ATSA Conference; 1996, 2002, 2007                        1998
● Crisis Debriefing; 2001                                  ● Anna Salter – Risk Assessment of Sex Offenders; 1998

Professional Association memberships

● National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
● Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)

Workshops/Presentations Conducted

● “Understanding Adults and Adolescent Sex Offenders” 2004 - Collin County Children’s Advocacy Center -
TCLEOSE approved instructor
● “Sex Offenders: Methods, Dynamics, and Challenges” 2002, 2003, 2004 - Collin County Children’s Advocacy
Center - TCLEOSE approved instructor
● “The Treatment of Exhibitionism” 2003 - Collin County Misdemeanor prosecutors
● Forensic Interview training for Rockwall interdisciplinary team 2002
● “Creating a Community Resource Program in Your CAC” 2000 - CAC Management Training – CEU approved
instructor
● “Sex Offenders as Clients: Challenges and Pitfalls” 2000 – Northern Metro Counseling Association – CEU
approved instructor
● “Understanding Sex Offenders” 2009 – Department of Justice U.S. Atrtorney’s Office Project Safe Justice
Bill Mory, Ed.S.                   100 South Travis Street, Suite 406, Sherman, Texas                              903.624.3960

CAREER EXPERIENCE

November 1996              Brief Therapy Associates – Private Practice, Sherman, Texas
To Present                 Private practice of Marriage and Family therapy. Services include individual,
                           family, couples, marital and group therapy. Addresses issues such as addictions, stress
                           management, depression, anxiety, parenting, chemical dependency. Also serves as
                           intern supervisor for local counseling programs. Three office locations in North Texas
                           All services offered in English or Spanish.

January 1994 –             Mory Counseling and Consulting - Private Practice, Sherman, Texas
November 1996              Private practice of Marriage and Family therapy. Services include individual,
                           family, couples, marital and group therapy. Addresses issues such as addictions, stress
                           management, depression, anxiety, parenting, chemical dependency. Also serves as
                           intern supervisor for local counseling programs. Three office locations in North Texas
                           All services offered in English or Spanish.

April 1993 –               Administrator/CEO - Regional Hospital of Texoma/PHC, Sherman, Texas
January 1994               Recruited to turnaround this newly purchased 60 bed psychiatric hospital with a
                           focus on quality programming. Developed and implemented annual budget and routine
                           fiscal controls. Collaborated with staff physicians and medical director to meet clinical and
                           fiscal goals. Measured the effectiveness of quality improvement and utilization review programs.
                           Negotiated PPO, EAP and managed care agreements.

November 1990 –            Adminstrator/CEO – Charter Hospital of Laredo, Laredo, Texas
April 1993                 Recruited as Assistant Administrator, promoted to Associate Administrator and to Administrator
                           For this 64 bed psychiatric / substance abuse hospital. Selected, developed and motivated
                           hospital staff. Developed high levels of clinical productivity and management continuity. Focused
                           efforts of Marketing Director toward effective community representation of the hospital.
                           Collaborated with medical staff to establish effective clinical programming.

April 1989 –               Executive Director – Doctors Hospital Mental Health Center/ HealthTrust, Inc., Columbus, GA.
November 1990              Directed the Mental Health programs of this 18 bed unit located in a medical surgical hospital.
                           Planned and executed program budget. Directed community education programming and served
                           as Chief Marketing Officer.

March 1986 –              Division Director – Chilton-Shelby Mental Health Center, Central Alabama Region
April 1989                Responsible for outpatient clinics, intensive clinical services and partial hospitalization programs.
                          Developed and executed annual budgets and secured additional funding through grant proposals.
                          Conducted community education and marketing of all division programs.

August 1984 –             Juvenile Probation Officer = County Commission, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
March 1986                Developed rehabilitation plans with recommendations for treatment and disposition to county
                          Court. Served as expert witness in court proceedings. Conducted group and family therapy.

September 1982 –           Staff Therapist – Eastside Mental Health Center, Birmingham, Alabama
March 1986                 Conducted assessments, planned individual programming, conducted individual and group
                           Therapy. Authored, licensed and implemented a sheltered work program which operated within
                            the partial hospitalization program.

EDUCATION

1979 B.S. Psychology, Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama
1984 M.A. Counseling, University of Alabama at Birmingham
1990 Ed.S. Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Alabama at Birmingham

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES

Licensed Professional Counselor, Texas
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Texas
Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider, Texas

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists, Clinical Member
American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, Diplomat
Sex Offender Treatment Protocol
                  Attachment D
                        Juvenile Sex Offender Program


                                  Group Rules

   1.   Keep what you say and hear in group
   2.   Always confront thinking errors
   3.   Support other group members
   4.   Pay attention; no side conversations
   5.   Give honest feedback
   6.   Let one person talk at a time; no interrupting
   7.   Always look at the person you are talking to
   8.   Get Involved!


I have read and agree to abide by the rules of the group as stated above.


_____________________     ______________
Group Member         Date


_____________________     ______________
Therapist            Date
Sex Offender Treatment Protocol
                  Attachment E
                              Monthly Progress Report: Juvenile Sex Offender Program


Juvenile Name: _____________________________________________ Month: _______________________

Juvenile Probation Officer: ___________________________________ Status: _______________________

Juveniles who are involved in the juvenile sex offender programs will be evaluated based on their progress in five
components of treatment. They will be required to demonstrate both cognitive and behavioral change in all five
components to a level that will better ensure their safety and the safety of the community. The level of competence in
demonstrating the needed skills will effect the level of supervision/structure that is needed for the juvenile. Failure to comply
with any of the behavioral components of the program, as well as failure to demonstrate cognitive changes required will
result in the request for a higher level of supervision/treatment.

DEFINITION OF RATINGS:

1 = No Understanding (NU)
Shows no competence in this area.

2 = Some Understanding (SU)
Demonstrates some understanding of the concepts.

3 = Moderate Understanding (MU)
Demonstrates moderate understanding of the concepts but is unable to practice the understanding in daily activities/living situations.

4 = High Understanding (HU)
Demonstrates a high level of understanding and is able to practice the concepts intermittently in daily situations.

5 = Exceptional Understanding (EU)
Demonstrates a high level of understanding of the concepts, able to verbalize and practice concepts in daily activities on a prolonged basis


RELAPSE PREVENTION
        Place an 'X' in the column to the right to denote score for each item below:                          NU      SU     MU          HU    EU
 The lowest score possible for each item is ‘1’. The highest score possible for each item is
 ‘5’.                                                                                                          1      2        3         4     5

 1. Developed and is able to practice a physical safety plan.

 2. Developed and is able to practice an emotional safety plan.

 3. Identification of cognitive distortions/thinking errors and changing those errors
 to appropriate thought processes.

 4. Ability to control behavior and impulses.

 5. Ability to comply with community as well as probation requirements.
 6. Identification of Offense Cycle and ability to avoid cycle with appropriate
 coping skills.

 7. Ability to participate in Disclosure activities.

 8. Understanding the Sexual Abuse Cycle.
 9. Ability to identify and understand the Offensive Cycle and the Maintenance
 Cycle




COMMENTS: __________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________
SO Program                                               Monthly Progress Report                                  Page Two

VICTIM EMPATHY
       Place an 'X' in the column to the right to denote score for each item below:           NU   SU   MU   HU    EU
The lowest score possible for each item is ‘1’. The highest score possible for each item is
‘5’.                                                                                          1    2    3    4      5

1. Understanding of the effects of Abuse and Trauma.
2. Ability to take full responsibility for behaviors and understand their impact on
victim.

3. Ability to identify environment as well as cognitive role in sexual abuse.

4. Affective demonstration of empathy.




COMMENTS: __________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________




DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTHY SOCIAL SKILLS:
       Place an 'X' in the column to the right to denote score for each item below:           NU   SU   MU   HU    EU
The lowest score possible for each item is ‘1’. The highest score possible for each item is
‘5’.                                                                                          1    2    3    4      5

1. Develop and maintain appropriate peer relationships.

2. Develop and maintain an ability to comply with authority figures.

3. Academic achievement/behavioral achievement at the school and work levels.

4. Participation in adult supervised, peer related structured activities.

5. Developing healthy boundaries

6. Ability to identify grooming and maintenance behaviors

7. Develop individual sense of self accountability




COMMENTS: __________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________
SO Program                        ____                        Monthly Progress Report                                      Page Three

DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTHY SEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS
       Place an 'X' in the column to the right to denote score for each item below:                NU   SU   MU       HU        EU
The lowest score possible for each item is ‘1’. The highest score possible for each item is
‘5’.                                                                                               1    2     3        4        5


1. Understanding and following laws regarding sexual activity
2. Development of appropriate sexual boundaries, demonstration of that
boundary development


3. Understanding of the dynamics of a healthy sexual relationship and ability to
verbalize that understanding

4. Ability to identify and change deviant sexual fantasies



5. Ability to conceptualize appropriate sexual fantasies


COMMENTS: __________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________

-______________________________________________________________________________________________


SUPERVISION
            Place an 'X' in the column to the right to denote score for each item below:                NU   SU   MU       HU        EU
The lowest score possible for each item is ‘1’. The highest score possible for each item is ‘5’.        1    2    3        4         5
1. Development of internal controls for the juvenile so that he may control his own
behavior.

2. Parental demonstration of ability to identify relapse prevention concepts including but
not limited to offense cycle, red flags and probation rules.

3. Parental ability to supervise juvenile appropriately in the community.

4. Ability of parents to work in tandem and appropriately with the juvenile, treatment
providers and juvenile probation staff.




COMMENTS: __________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________

-______________________________________________________________________________________________
SO Program                     ____                     Monthly Progress Report                   Page Four



TRANSITION                                                                                  YES   NO   N/A
1. The client is to be awarded Sr. Cadet status.
2. The client can go outside of the gate, with supervision.
3. The client is approved to have furloughs in the Grayson County area and his community.




COMMENTS:______________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________



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Signature of Therapist                                                 Date

				
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