Church Protect's information and trainings are based upon the unique, "behind the scenes," embedded qualitative forensic field research findings of Jon K. Uhler,LPC, which yielded the most insightful findings of any such research today.
How was he able to obtain such findings? From the unique vantage point of:
(1) having a specially selected set of prison keys issues to him, and being granted direct access to 100% of all general population housing units, the prison mental health unit, and solitary confinement,
(2) having the opportunity, as a prison psychology staff member with special privileges and access, to spend as many hours with any and all inmates as deemed necessary to gain as much information possible, over multiple sessions, over the span of weeks, months, and even years,
(3) having unlimited and unfettered access to the full range of offenders (which is an outside researchers dream come true, but simply not possible for any to ever experience by virtue of them being limited to which inmates they can access, and where within the prison they can go),
(4) having unique unlimited access to 100% of all background reports, files, and information ever compiled on any particular inmate, including: medical, psychological, psych-socials, criminal histories, criminal investigation documents, court documents, victim statements, access to all correspondence (written and phone if necessary), cable TV habits, what was found and confiscated during cell searches, and the corroborating information from corrections officers and other inmates on the housing units, and 24/7 surveillance,
(5) being the first clinician in North America to successfully create an intensive treatment program within a long-term solitary confinement environment, designed specifically to treat the "worst of the worst" of offenders, (2) having run one of the Pennsylvania Dept. of Corrections specialized intensive treatment program for High Risk Sex Offenders and SVPs (Sexually Violent Predators),
(6) having logged more clinical contact hours within a prison's long-term solitary confinement that any other prison psychology staff in the United States or Canada,
(7) having been Certified in the PCL-R (the Hare Psychopathy Checklist),
(8) being Certified as a Clinical Sex Offender Treatment Provider, and
(9) currently running sex offender treatment groups for sex offenders on Probation and Parole.
To see the feedback Jon K. Uhler received, while serving in his various unique roles over the span of 11+ years, working as a Psychological Services Specialist in the Psychology Department for the Pennsylvania Dept. of Corrections, and to see what it takes to produce reliable and valid findings when researching this population, continue scrolling. The information that follows is a part of what is included in Church Protect's intensive training:
Predators are Extreme
Jon K. Uhler, MS, LPC ©