This is a resource site for:
- Those accused of (or who have committed) a sexual offence,
- The families of those accused of a sexual offence
- Therapists working with those accused of a sexual offence
- Victims of a sexual offence(s).
“My belief is that the way to slow down and prevent sexual offending is to go upstream and offer therapy to those who feel at risk of committing a sexual offence. Hence my work offering therapy to those who feel at risk, and those who have committed a sexual offence. Ideally, if we can help people before they have committed an offence, that is ideal, and will do the most ot protect children and vulnerable people. For every potential perpetrator I – and my colleagues – offer therapy too, we save at least one person from becoming a victim. In some cases we protect many people. We need to make a change. We need to make it safe for people who are concerned about their thoughts and behaviour to be able to ask for and access therapeutic help. It is for this reason that I co-founded StopSO: The Specialist Treatment Organisation for Perpetrators and Surivivors of Sexual Offences. Just for clarity, I am no longer involved with StopSO, but fully support their work.”
………………………. Juliet Grayson UKCP Registered Psychosexual Therapist
Confidential Questionnaire for those who feel at risk of committing a sexual offence, or have been accused of committing a sexual offence.
This form is designed to collect information about the need to offer help to people who are struggling with sexually inappropriate behaviours. It takes 5-8 minutes to fill it in. Please do fill it in if you are struggling, have sexually inappropriate behaviour, feel you are at risk of – or actually have committed a sexual offence. Thank you. Click for questionnaire
Confidential Questionnaire for the families of those accused of a sexual offence.
Click here for more info and questionnaire. Thank you. Please ask others to fill this in.
It is so difficult to find help
This is what people who are struggling with inappropriate sexual acting say to me, over and over again. “It is so difficult to find the right kind of help, in the community.” People have even told me that they were glad they got caught, because it meant that they would finally get some help to stop. StopSO: The Specialist Treatment Organisation for Perpetrators and Survivors of Sexual Offences has a UK network of therapists who have been trained and offer counselling and psychotherapy to potential and actual perpetrators, their families, and those who have been the victim of a sexual offence.
A Chapter on How Juliet Grayson uses Pesso Boyden System of Psychotherapy with a sex offender
Juliet Grayson created this site, with help from AF and MD (thank you so much, you two).