Presented by the North York Local HSJCC and the West Toronto Local HSJCC.
• Better understanding of the Sexual Behaviour Clinic (SBC) services and referral process, including recent changes to the intake process
• Explore the SBC’s new program, Talking for Change
• Learn more about pedophilia and other paraphilias
• Discuss experiences and challenges working with people who have offended sexually
Angele Boudreau(she/her) MSW, RSW, is a Registered Social Worker who has been working at CAMH’s Sexual Behaviours Clinic (SBC) since 2017. As part of her role, she conducts assessments and provides individual treatment, group treatment, and family support. She is dedicated to a client-centred, trauma-informed, and anti-oppressive approach to psychotherapy, risk-management, and capacity building. Prior to the SBC, Angele’s work experience includes municipal politics, pediatric brain injury, disability and disability rights issues, and senior care in outpatient, inpatient, and community-based environments
Carley Sims (she/her) MSW, RSW, is a recent Master of Social Work (MSW) graduate from the University of Toronto in the Social Justice & Diversity field of study. Carley currently works as a Social Worker in the Sexual Behaviours Clinic at CAMH where she is a member of an interdisciplinary team offering assessment and treatment to individuals experiencing sexual behaviours/urges that could or have resulted in personal difficulties.
Presented on January 20, 2022.