Training & Lectures
Paul Mones regularly delivers lectures and training seminars throughout the United States to judges, attorneys, law enforcement, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists and lay advocates for children.
Paul Mones is available to lecture and do continuing education training on a wide range of topics related to identification and prevention of sexual abuse in youth serving institutions like the Boy Scouts and Catholic Church, the short and long term effects of sexual abuse, problems faced by adult survivors of sexual abuse and the relationship between abuse and youth crime. Some of the areas in which he has lectured include:
- Assessing damages for victims of sexual abuse
- Introduction to Child Abuse for Attorneys and Judges
- Techniques and Pitfalls in Interviewing an Abused Child and/or Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse
- The Effect of Domestic Violence on Children
- The Relationship between Parricide and Child Abuse
- Preparation of Mental Health Experts for Criminal and Civil Cases Involving Child Abuse
- Profiles and behaviors traits of child molesters
Paul Mones is also available for consulting to state and federal agencies on matters related to sexual abuse and delinquency. He has previously consulted to the White House Office on Domestic Policy, the International Criminal Court, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms and the United States Attorney’s office for the District of Columbia. In addition, he has been invited to testify before a number of legislative committees including the United States Senate, Judiciary Committee’s Sub-committee on Juvenile Justice and the Judiciary Committee of the California State Assembly.
See specific examples of Paul’s professional trainings and lectures.