Tom Leversee, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with 38 years of experience working with adolescents and families involved in the juvenile justice system. This includes 34 years of clinical and administrative experience in the Colorado Division of Youth Corrections. Tom is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Denver Graduate School and in private practice. He is also a Board member of the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board and the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA).

Tom is engaged in and passionate about providing quality clinical services, educating and training professionals in the field, and the promoting evidence based practices and public policy.

Tom is available for:

Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) Master Class:
Community Re-Entry and Supervision of Sexually Abusive Adolescents

Global Institute of Forensic Research (GIFR)

Community reintegration can be considered an essential element of the collaborative efforts of sexually abusive youth, families, communities, the justice system, and society at large. This ATSA Master Class presents content relevant to adolescents being paroled or stepping-down from youth corrections facilities as well as youth under the jurisdiction of probation and/or human services who are transitioning from residential programs into the community. The focus on both policy and practice application makes this training beneficial for the continuum of professionals associated with the assessment, residential placement, transition, aftercare, schools, and community supervision of sexually abusive youth as well as for policymakers and administrators.

Juvenile Sexual Offending: Causes, Consequences, and Corrections
By Gail Ryan, Tom Leversee and Sandy Lane

The new edition of Juvenile Sexual Offending provides a research-based, goal-oriented approach to the assessment, treatment, supervision, and care of this difficult population.

Written by leading specialists in the field, the Third Edition represents the tremendous strides in research on brain growth and development. A thorough overview of the process of risk evaluation is included, as well as detailed and practical guidelines on gauging the possibility of repeated offense. Also included:

Juvenile Sexual Offending, Third Edition helps mental health professionals, child welfare, law enforcement, and juvenile justice professionals move toward successful assessment and treatment of juveniles who sexually abuse, reducing the risk of sexual abuse in future generations.