Allison McMahan

Allison McMahan

Phd Student
Visiting address: Norra stationsgatan 69, plan 7, 11364 Stockholm
Postal address: K8 Klinisk neurovetenskap, K8 CPF Rahm/Joleby, 171 77 Stockholm

About me

  • Licensed clinical psychologist and doctoral student with the PhD project: Internet delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for individuals at risk of committing child sexual abuse. Project coordinator for the English version of Prevent It 2.0 [], a global internet-based CBT program designed to reduce the risk of child sexual abuse and exploitation by treating individuals with unwanted sexual urges towards children.


  • McMahan, A., Roche, K., Dreyhaupt, R., Seto, M. C., &
  • Rahm, C.. (2023).
    Changes in sexual thoughts and behaviors in a clinical sample of child sexual
    abuse material users under the COVID-19 pandemic. Sexual and Relationship
    Therapy, 1–21.

    Lätth, J., Landgren, V., McMahan, A., Sparre, C., Eriksson, J., Malki,
    K., Görts-Öberg, K., Rozental, A., Kaldo, V., Andersson, G., Långström,
    N., Rahm, C. (2022). Effects of internet-delivered cognitive behavioral
    therapy on use of child sexual abuse material: A randomized
    placebo-controlled trial on the Darknet.

    Interventions/ [3]
    Bayram, G., McMahan, A., Juth, N., &
  • Rahm, C. (2021). Health care
    professionals’ view on pedophilic disorder: a qualitative study/. Sexual
    and Relationship Therapy/.

    McMahan, A., Sparre, C., Söderquist, E., Arver, S., Andersson, G., Kaldo,
    V., Görts-Öberg, K., Rahm, C. (2020). Illegal Online Sexual Behavior During
    the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Call for Action Based on Experiences From the
    Ongoing Prevent It Research Study. /Archives of Sexual Behavior/.


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