Shane Adamson, CSAT, LCSW

Shane is the Founder of LCAP. He has worked in both public and private mental health agencies and been in private practice for over 20 years. He specializes in sexual health and addressing problematic sexual behavior as well as marriage counseling. Shane is the clinical director at CMFC Dallas, where they implement the LifeSTAR model.


Ray Butler

Ray is the co-chair of the LCAP 2019 conference. He recently served for 4 years leading a church-sponsored recovery support group for men who struggle with pornography and sexual addiction. Ray is passionate about educating Texans on the dangers and risks associated with pornography; central to this mission is sharing information about the many tools and resources that are available to help protect each of us and especially our youth. Having seen the devastating effects of pornography on families, marriages, individuals and careers, he is determined to help stem the tide through education, and through helping to connect those in need with resources for hope and healing.

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Kristen Jenson

Kristen is the keynote speaker for the 2019 conference. She wrote the best-sellers Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids and Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.: A Simple Plan to Protect Young Minds. Kristen is the founder of, a website dedicated to helping parents empower their kids to resist and reject pornography. A popular guest on radio, TV broadcasts, podcasts and webinars, she is a leader in the Safeguard Alliance of the National Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation. Kristen has testified before the Washington State Senate Law and Justice Committee on the public health crisis of pornography and continues to be a strong voice for protecting children from all forms of sexual exploitation.


Joe Madison

Joe is the director of Love People Not Pixels, an organization that aims to reduce demand for pornography. He will be presenting the Porn + Parenting track at our conference, showing how no child is immune to the dangers of pornography and how parents can address it and the hyper-sexualized culture that surrounds them.

Joe’s wife and eldest son are also very active in fighting human trafficking in the Houston area. Joe is the founder of community group S.T.O.P. (Sex Trafficking Opposition of Pearland) and on the board of the Brazoria County United Front Coalition Against Trafficking. He left his 25-year career in the oil & gas industry to fight human trafficking full-time. In the time since, he has stood in the brothels, worked closely with law enforcement, transported survivors to safety, talked to the exploited, the exploiters, the buyers, and come to realize that to stop trafficking we must confront the truths about porn and the demand for commercial sex.


Jody VanDrimmelen, BSW, MSW, LMSW, LCSW

Jody has a Master’s degree in Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She interned with Alliance for Children while working with abused children and Cook Children’s Hospital in the Psych department and has a private practice working as Child and Family Therapist in Arlington and Plano. Shortly after opening her private practice in 2012 she found many of her clients and their families were being destroyed by pornography addiction. She has helped with the LCAP conferences in Dallas the past 3 years and continues to work to educate the community and work to restore families affected by pornography addiction.