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Title Working with sex offenders : a guide for practitioners / edited by Daniel Wilcox, Marguerite Donathy, Rosie Gray and Clark Baim
Published London : Routledge, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (xxv, 222 pages)
Contents Part I: Introduction -- 1 An introduction to working with individuals who commit sex offences -- Part II: Discussion of assessment methods and issues -- 2 Cognitive sexual interest and aversion: are these 'missing links' in sex offender assessment, formulation and intervention? -- 3 Is some sexual offending underpinned by obsessionality? -- 4 A contemporary approach to the assessment of risk in sexually abusive youth -- 5 Understanding normal sexual functioning to assess sexual deviancyPart III: therapeutic preparation, skills and models -- 6 Developing more effective interviewing skills with men who commit sexual offences -- 7 Understanding attachment strategies in adult men who have committed sexual offences: applications of the Dynamic-Maturational Model (DMM) -- 8 Empathy: what is it? Should we treat it? If so, how? -- 9 Motivating sex offenders to enter and effectively engage in treatment -- Part IV: Working with different types of offenders -- 10 The Internet Flow Model and sexual offending -- 11 Educators who sexually offend12 Working with sexual offenders with intellectual developmental disabilities -- 13 Working with sexual offenders with mental health issues -- Part V: Systems and organisational safety issues -- 14 The role of person and place in preventing child sexual abuse -- 15 Boundary violation in therapeutic work: effects, risk indicators and organisational issues -- 16 Defining the scope and prevention strategy for addressing child sexual abuse -- Part VI: Concluding thoughts -- 17 Future training needs in the sex offending treatment field: five domains of training -- Index
Summary Working with Sex Offenders is a unique book which brings together leading practitioners in the field to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date distillation of relevant guidance to assist anyone who works with sex offenders. The authors examine topics including assessment, treatment, supervision and safeguarding. Skills and strategies for successful engagement with offenders are a key focus of the book, as well as improving understanding of underpinning factors associated with offending and desistance. This volume, which is derived from well-received presentations hosted by the UK's National Organisation for the Treatment of Abusers (NOTA) over a number of years, also offers a detailed examination of individual, organisational and societal roles in relation to identifying and preventing sexual abuse in our communities. Using case examples throughout, Working with Sex Offenders will be essential reading for all professionals involved in the management and treatment of sex offenders.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Sex Offenses -- prevention & control.
Criminals -- psychology.
Social Work, Psychiatric.
Forensic Psychology [MESH]
Social work with sex offenders.
Sex offenders -- Rehabilitation.
Sex offenders -- Services for.
Form Electronic book
Author Wilcox, D. T. (Daniel T.), editor
Donathy, Marguerite, editor
Gray, Rosie, editor
Baim, Clark, author
ISBN 9781317376231 (e-book)
9781315673462 (e-book)