The Primary Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse
Primary prevention, not primarily reaction.

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In deciding to seek out a therapist for sexual issues that could result in sexually abusing children, especially a sexual attraction to children, you should ask a therapist these questions. Some questions can be asked at the first meeting, some can be asked before the first meeting, and some might be asked later in therapy. When and if to ask these questions is ultimately your decision, particularly around questions relating to minor-attraction. For a printable sheet, see here (PDF).