Spring 2021 Newsletter

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!

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A PDF version of our MAP Research Summary now available!

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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A great podcast about our referral program

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

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Introducing the B4U-ACT Newsletter

B4U-ACT is pleased to announce the publication of the first issue of our new newsletter. We hope this newsletter will keep readers informed about our projects and activities promoting objective research and compassionate therapeutic care that meets the needs of minor-attracted adolescents and adults. Our Summer 2020 issue includes an

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2019 Accomplishments

During 2019, with the support of our generous donors, B4U-ACT has: Held a one-day workshop on “Compassionate and Informed Approaches for Supporting Minor-Attracted People,” highlighting three therapeutic models: Compassion-Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and the Berlin Dissexuality Therapy (Dunkelfeld) Program. The workshop was attended by 45 therapists, researchers, graduate students, and

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B4U-ACT Now on Twitter

B4U-ACT now has an active Twitter account to inform the public about our work and to contribute our perspectives to important conversations about MAPs and therapy. Be sure to follow us at twitter.com/B4U_ACT.

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Review of Michael Seto’s AASECT Plenary Talk on Pedophilia

At the 2018 Annual Conference of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), Dr. Michael Seto presented a plenary talk titled “What Do We Know about Pedophilia?”. The talk mainly addressed characteristics of the attraction to children or young adolescents, but it also touched on issues related

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