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.


Gina Kaye, MEd

Gina is the Chair of the LCAP 2018 Conference. Trained in public health and prevention models, Gina holds a Masters in Health Education from the University of Texas. She is a speaker, educator, and advocate on issues of addiction, trauma, and abuse recovery. Gina maintains memberships with TAAP (Texas Association of Addiction Professionals) and SASH (Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health). Learn more at

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Gabe Deem

Gabe is a writer, speaker and activist for better sex education. After recovering from an addiction and porn-induced sexual dysfunction himself, he has spent years studying the science of porn’s effects and now runs Reboot Nation a free, online community with over 12,000 members, which helps addicts and their partners overcome problems related to porn use. He was featured in a TIME Magazine cover story in 2016 and has shared his story with many others. Gabe speaks at colleges and conferences internationally.

Gabe will talk about the neuroscience of porn addiction and sexual dysfunction. Attendees will understand what is fact or fiction in the mainstream debate on porn's effects and leave with olutions for recovery and prevention.


Robert Jensen, PhD

Robert is professor emeritus in the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. As a radical feminist, he has focused much of his work on the critique of pornography and of masculinity. He is the author of The End of Patriarchy: Radical Feminism for Men, Getting Off: Pornography and the End of Masculinity, and others. Learn more at

He will explain how the pornography industry has moved ever closer to the mainstream of popular culture and provide an overview of our increasingly pornographized world. This session will help people understand the production process of the pornography industry, common images in pornography, and how consumers use pornography.


Dina Alexander, MS

Dina is the founder and president of Educate and Empower Kids, an organization determined to strengthen families by teaching digital citizenship, media literacy, and healthy sexuality education—including education about the dangers of online porn. She is the author of multiple books and resources for parents and children.

Dina will share the dangers of pornography, social media, and other online activities for children and teens. Attendees will be equipped with conversation starters, and learn various alternatives to negative online behaviors so that they can teach kids how to leverage technology to improve their lives.


Beau Abdulla, MA

Beau Abdulla is an educator, speaker, and strategic thinker. He began Love People Not Pixels (LPNP) as a response to the freedom and healing from sexual addiction he experienced his own life. LPNP exists to inspire a culture shift where individuals, families and communities make informed decisions to reject pornography and defend others from sexual exploitation.

This session will help people understand that facts alone don’t change people’s minds. Breaking the silence is a vital component of beginning the journey towards healing. Attendees will be inspired to choose vulnerability and discover the power of story to inspire cultural shift.