July 27, 2021
The Summer 2021 issue of the B4U-ACT Quarterly Review, has just been released and is available here. This issue includes short critical summaries of seven studies published between February ...
July 5, 2021
The B4U-ACT referral service relies on counselors who have been vetted and approved to offer services to MAPs requesting help. But what skills are needed to become a mental health provider ...
June 26, 2021
The University of Kent and Ghent University, Belgium, are currently conducting research through an anonymous online survey. The research aims to understand more about ...
June 10, 2021
B4U-ACT is collaborating with researchers at the University of Lincoln to support a study titled "Investigating the Experiences of People Who Have a Sexual Interest in Children." Those who are 18 or older, have ...
April 30, 2021
Minor-attracted people are being asked to participate in research from Nottingham Trent University aiming to develop a theory of sexual identity development in MAPs. Participation involves ...
Adults who have sexual thoughts or fantasies that involve minors are being asked to participate in a study being conducted by Siri Gillespie, a PhD candidate at Widener University's Center for ...
April 18, 2021
The second issue of B4QR, our quarterly review publication, has just been released. This issue includes short critical summaries of eight studies published between December 2020 and March 2021.
For context on how MAPs have been impacted during COVID-19, we reached out both to therapists in our referral program and to minor-attracted people in various online communities.
April 10, 2021
Read about how our therapist referral program has been affected by COVID-19, what it takes to be a mental health provider for MAPs, and recent news from our organization!
April 9, 2021
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.