Don`t Offend India” is an initiative to provide treatment to people with a sexual attraction towards children and/or early-adolescents.
Using evidence based techniques, individuals with a sexual attraction towards children and/or early adolescents receive treatment to improve their quality of life while also enrooting active behaviour control. The program aims to reduce cases of child sexual abuse as well as viewing of sexualized images of children (known as “child pornography”). Our work is inspired by the German project ”Kein Täter werden” (German for “Don`t Offend”). There, people with a sexual attraction towards children and/or early adolescents are successfully receiving treatment since 2005 (learn more on Don’t Offend).
Bayer Prayas Association (BPA)
King Edward Memorial Hospital Research Centre (KEMHRC), Pune
Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité - Universitätsmedizin (University Clinic), Berlin (Germany)