There are many reasons why seeking traditional therapy may be difficult. There are a variety of anonymous online resources available to help you with some of the issues you may be experiencing.
These informational, support and self-management resources may assist you in understanding and living with your sexual attraction to children and/or your concerns about engaging in illegal behaviour, whether online or offline.
These resources are provided for informational purposes only and we are not endorsing any specific program. You are encouraged to review what these programs offer and the privacy statements on their websites in order make decisions that are best for you.
Don’t Offend India
This program was developed by Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse, John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and is based in the United States.
This program was developed between Institute of Forensic Psychology, the Intress Institute, and the Ires Foundation.
The program was developed by ANOVA at the Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden.
Save the Children
The self-help guide was produced in collaboration with Save the Children, The Training Institute for Prison and Probation Services and HUH Psychiatry.
Stop It Now! Flanders (Belgium)
Stop It Now! Netherlands
Stop It Now! UK & Ireland
Stop It Now! US
Sweet Water Foundation
The program is available in Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian, Turkish, Hindi, and Marathi. This program was developed by the Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine at the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin in Germany.
We wish to acknowledge and thank Drs. Elizabeth Letourneau and Michael Seto for their initial work in developing a list of support resources.