Bruce Cameron, M.S., LPC-S, LSOTP, Bio

Bruce Cameron

Bruce Cameron Bio   Bruce Cameron Bio-Since 1990, Bruce Cameron has worked as a therapist, and administrator for the U.S. Department of Justice/Federal Bureau of Prisons. His professional credentials include Licensed Professional Counselor/Supervisor, and Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider. Mr. Cameron received his graduate training in clinical psychology at the University of Wyoming,  and completed […]

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Sex Offender Deregistration Texas

Sex Offender Deregistration Texas Sex Offender Deregistration Texas – evaluations are now available to select candidates. Bruce W. Cameron, M.S., LPC-S, LSOTP, has been selected by the state of Texas to be one of the first Deregistration Evaluation Specialists in the state.  This very specialized service is now available to eligible individuals seeking the early […]

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Bruce W. Cameron, M.S., LPC-S, LSOTP CV

Bruce Cameron CV Curriculum Vitae Bruce William Cameron 8117 Preston Road, Suite 300                    515 W. Southlake Blvd., Suite 172 Dallas, TX 75225                                                                   Southlake, Texas 76092 214.431.2032 cameronlpc@sbcglobal.net Professional Overview Served twenty-three years as a specialist and advisor to both internal and external decision makers with the United Justice Department and component agencies, including DEA, US […]

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Sexual Sadism DSM 5 Confusing

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Sexual Sadism DSM 5:  What counts as “sexual behavior involving suffering” Sexual Sadism DSM 5 –As I interpret it the DSM-5 Sadism Disorder narrative permits evaluators to infer that sexual arousal from suffering is present where there is a history of recurrent sexual behaviors involving suffering. However, clearly this inference won’t be valid if the […]

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Online Predators Dangers – Not Distinctively Dangerous Sex Offenders

Online Predators Dangers- Truth Explored Special Thanks Janice Wolak and Daviid Finkelhor. A new University of New Hampshire study challenges the view that online predators are a distinctly dangerous variety of sex offender, requiring special programs to protect youth. The study from the UNH Crimes against Children Research Center finds that sex offenders who target […]

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