Association for Sexual Abuse Prevention (ASAP) (http://www.asapinternational.org/index.html) tel.: (541) 891-6168
Provides referrals to mental health professionals as well as counseling services via Skype. Calls therapists on behalf of persons with pedophilia to vet them for views on mandatory reporting as well as for willingness and ability to help people with sexual attraction to children in need.
The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) (http://www.atsa.com/) tel.: (503) 643-1023
A national professional association of specialists in the field of sexual abuser treatment. Although the therapists primarily treat people who have sexually abused children, we are told that many of the therapists who are listed have the skill and desire to treat people with attraction pattern to Children who doesn't act on it as well. For a referral contact them by phone or email. No identifying information required.
Specialist Treatment Organisation for the Prevention of Sexual Offending (https://stopso.org.uk/) tel.:07473299883
StopSO UK is an organisation that aims to prevent sexual offending through therapy.
Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (https://www.dont-offend.org/) tel.:+49/30/450 529 450
Located in Germany. The Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (PPD) provides confidential treatment free of charge for individuals who have a partial or exclusive sexual preference in terms of pedophilia or hebephilia and seek therapeutic help.
PrevenTell (http://preventell.se/) 020-667788
Located in Sweden. PrevenTell is a help line that people can call in Sweden to receive care for problems with sexuality, and sexual attraction patterns to children.
Circles of Support and Accountability (https://cosa-ottawa.ca/)
Located in Canada. Groups of volunteers who provide assistance and social support and who, in turn, receive support and supervision from professionals.
A professional organization of sex educators, therapists and counselors. The web site includes a 'Locate a Professional' function, some of whom have expertise with pedophilia.
A community of professionals who have clinical interests in human sexual concerns, including attraction to children. The web site includes a therapist directory.
A community dedicated to supporting people with sexual attraction to children. They help provide therapy and work to find open and empathetic therapists.
Help Wanted (https://www.helpwantedprevention.org/)
Help Wanted is an online course designed to provide the skills and tools necessary for adolescents and young adults with an attraction to children to live safe, healthy, and non-offending lives. Course sessions include strategies for coping with an attraction to children, determining whether and how to talk about their attraction with others, and testimonials from people with an attraction to children who lead successful, offense-free lives. Help Wanted is anonymous and self-paced, and course sessions can be accessed in any order.
Troubled Desire (https://troubled-desire.com/en/)
Troubled Desire is an online service for people who are concerned about their sexual feelings for children and early adolescents. They offer online resources and if available, a local therapist. Hosted in Germany, Troubled Desire guarantees confidentiality and anonymity and is subject to strict European Data Privacy laws. (Website is in English, French, German, Hindi, Marathi, Portuguese, and Spanish).
Stop It Now! (https://www.stopitnow.org/)
Stop it Now! USA - provides education and other resources to prevent child sexual abuse. They have self-help pages for people who are concerned they might engage in harmful sexual behavior, a confidential helpline at 1.888.PREVENT and online chat. (Website is English only).
Stop It Now UK; Ireland - UK & Ireland provides anonymous hotline and confidential advice and support to people worried about their own thoughts, feelings, or behavior towards children. They offer self-help resources for people who are worried about their online behavior, and self-help resources for people who are worried about their thoughts, feelings, or behavior towards minors. (Website language is English).
Stop It Now Belgium - Flanders (Belgium) and Stop it Now! Netherlands provide a confidential helpline at 0800.200.50 (Belgium) and 0800.266.64.36 (Netherlands) and online chat for support. In 2017, both organizations launched “Stopping is Possible” for those who are concerned about their viewing of child sexual exploitation material (child pornography). (Both websites are in Dutch).
PrevenSI. is an organization based in Spain that offers free and anonymous consultation and referrals to those with sexual interest in children through their helpline, messenger, and email. Their helpline and messenger are both open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 4PM to 8PM CET and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10AM to 2PM CET. (900.440.443)
Dis No (https://www.disno.ch/)
Dis No is a French program based in Switzerland that offers anonymous support for those struggling with their sexual interest in children. They are available through their helpline (0 840 740 640) Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9:30AM to 12:00PM CET and 1:30PM to 4PM CET
Save the Children Finland (https://www.pelastakaalapset.fi/en/about-us/who-we-are/save-the-children/)
Founded in 1922, Save the Children Finland’s objective is to further children’s rights. They have a self-help program for people who are concerned about their sexual interest in children. The program can be used anonymously and free of charge.
Virtuous Pedophiles (https://www.virped.org)
Virtuous Pedophiles offers an online peer support group for pedophilic individuals committed to never acting sexually with a child. Support group topics include: coping with sexual or romantic feelings about children, depression or anxiety, and social isolation.
Safe to talk (https://safetotalk.nz/)
Safe to Talk is a New Zealand-based program that offers free, confidential support to those who have been sexually harmed, or who are concerned about their own thoughts and behaviors. Email (firstname.lastname@example.org), text (4334), live chat, or phone (0800 044 334).