Child Sexual Abusers: A Community Treatment Approach

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Psychology Press, 1999 - Psychology - 138 pages
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Uniquely, this book aims to provide students and practitioners with a knowledge base in relation to child sexual abusers which is focused on practice - assessment, treatment and evaluation - but rooted in psychological theory. Its strength lies in the simplification and outlining of a coherent approach to this group of offenders that is afforded by the single-author treatment, particularly so given that this author has developed and managed a sex offender project in South East London which is now one of the largest, longest running, and most thoroughly evaluated in the country.
 

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Contents

Theoretical principles
11
Assessment
23
Managing denial
41
Parameters of treatment
55
Treatment content
67
The evaluation of treatment programmes
99
Summary of case studies
113
Rating scales
121
References
131
Subject index
137
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Craissati is with the Bracton Centre, Bexley Hospital, Kent.

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