Voyeurism: The Mind of the Sexual Predator

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  • Date: 12/11/2019 07:35 PM
  • Location: Telok Ayer Street, Singapore (Map)
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The twisted mind and motives of voyeurs like Nicholas Lim Jun Kai is of extreme disgust to the general public as well as of strong interest to professional psychologists. Often they are driven by an escalating need to play out sexual fantasies, in which the filming of their victim is a central component.

In this talk, we delve into the world of voyeurs and examine the one question burning in the minds of all victims of voyeurism, ‘Why?’
We examine what triggers the voyeurs and how they begin this means to no end. We will look into differing types of voyeurism and what each means for their victims, explore the motivations of such voyeuristic acts and what can be done to protect yourself when it happens to you.

What planning and preparation takes place, leading to the execution of the abhorrent sexual misconduct itself? What are the different voyeurism types, different motives and different geographic locations?
Are voyeurs, born or nurtured, are they mad, bad or sad? Judge for yourself.

Speaker's Profile:

Camellia Wong 
Co-Founder and Principle Psychologist
Registered Psychologist (Singapore)
Singapore Psychological Society (Member)

Ms. Camellia Wong is a Forensic Psychologist who has worked in the criminal justice system for years specifically in forensic risk assessment and treatment for individuals with offending behaviours (e.g., crisis intervention, domestic violence, sexual offences). Upon completion of her Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology in Chicago, she returned to Singapore to work with a state agency, dedicating her time and expertise to the community. She went on and started her private practice, InPsychful LLP with her partner in 2018.