Dr. Wayne Duehn is a Professor Emeritus, School of Social Work, the University of Texas at Arlington; maintains a private practice in individual, marital, and family therapy.  He is currently engaged in clinical research on sexually abusive parents and juvenile sexual offenders.  As a national lecturer and trainer, Dr. Duehn is also consultant to many agencies and institutions serving vulnerable adults including the American Public Welfare Association, Partners in Policymaking, University of Kansas Medical School, Parson State Hospital, and numerous State Adult Protective Services Departments (Arizona, California, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, and Washington), and has conducted training for law enforcement personnel, schools, CASA staff/volunteers, and social service/mental health agencies throughout the United States.  He earned his Master’s degree in Social Work from Loyola University, Chicago, and holds a Ph.D. degree in Psychology and Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis.  He has written extensively in the area of clinical practice and has presented research findings at the International Conference of Child Abuse and Neglect, Paris, France; the World Congress of Medical Sexology in Mexico City and Jerusalem; and the United Nations Conference Facilities in Vienna.   Dr. Duehn is co-author of Beyond Sexual Abuse:  The Healing Power of Adoptive Families, which is an outgrowth of an ongoing educational program of the Three Rivers Adoption Council, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  This project is designed to develop educational materials to assist adoptive families in parenting the sexually abused child.  Dr. Duehn developed a child abuse prevention program for the Department of Defense Dependents School which has been implemented world-wide.  Dr. Duehn is a cofounder of Praesidium, Inc., an abuse risk management firm for nonprofit organizations.  He is organizational abuse risk management consultant to the Leadership Academy of South Sudan. Dr. Duehn is a recognized authority and educator in the intervention and treatment of sexually abused children and vulnerable adults.