B4U-ACT is collaborating with Mary Morris, a student researcher at Adler University, to support a study on the development and understanding of sexual identities of minor-attracted people. English-speaking minor-attracted people are invited to participate in an audio-only interview on this topic.
People identifying as MAPs are being asked to participate in research being conducted by Dr. Rebecca Lievesley and Dr. Craig Harper at Nottingham Trent University, with consultation from B4U-ACT.
B4U-ACT is collaborating with researchers at the University of Houston-Victoria to support a study on experiences of accessing professional support among MAPs. Minor-attracted people who have never engaged in illegal sexual activities involving minors are invited to participate via an anonymous audio-only interview.
B4U-ACT is collaborating with researchers investigating social support in online forums for minor-attracted people. If you are a MAP who meets the study requirements, please consider participating.
This week, we were pleased to announce the B4U-ACT Quarterly Review (B4QR). Four times per year, B4QR will publish short critical summaries of new research concerning minor-attracted people.
Call for survey participation for a study on “Better Therapy for People who are attracted to Children”
Update 4/21/2021: The survey will close on May 6, 2021. Minor-attracted people who have not yet participated are encouraged to do so before this date! B4U-ACT is collaborating with a ...
For some time now, we have had on our website a (non-comprehensive) summary of research concerning MAPs. The summary is divided into key topics, and each topic comes with a list of relevant publications. In its current form, however, the summary cannot easily be accessed in its entirety. One needs
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If you are considering joining our list of therapists and would like to learn more about our referral program, the following podcast should interest you. As part of his “A MAPs Journey” podcast series, Elliott MAP interviews Michael from B4U-ACT. They discuss everything you might want to know about our
Maggie Ingram, a doctoral student at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Mental Health, is looking for MAP volunteers to participate in a study on mental health and well-being. Here is a message from Maggie: — Thank you for your interest in our study! We