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Sex Offender Treatment : Biological Dysfunction, Intrapsychic Conflict, Interpersonal Violence.

Author/Creator:
Coleman, Edmond J.
Publication:
Florence : Taylor & Francis Group, 1996.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (264 pages)
Subjects:
Sex offenders -- Rehabilitation.
Sex offenders -- Psychology.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
Sex Offender Treatment: Biological Dysfunction, Intrapsychic Conflict, Interpersonal Violence assists sex therapists, counselors, psychiatrists, and psychologists working in sex offender treatment in providing more effective services. You'll gain timely knowledge of sex offending behavior and treatment approaches that will stimulate your thinking and help you improve your research and treatment methodologies. From Sex Offender Treatment, you'll acquire valuable insight and a cross-cultural viewpoint as you explore chapters written by international scholars who have set the standards of care for sex offender treatment. Contributors aim to improve the effectiveness of sex offender treatment throughout the world by challenging you to conduct more research that will provide a better understanding of sex offenders and improve treatment approaches. Authors presented their contributions at the Third International Congress on the Treatment of Sex Offenders held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The book begins with a Standards of Care for the Treatment of Sex Offenders. This guides you in increasing the effectiveness of the treatment you provide to sex offenders. The Standards of Care helps you analyze new data and gain a basis for successful sex offender treatment. Following chapters probe into the nature of interpersonal violence and aggression and a further understanding of pedophilia and exhibitionism. You will begin to more thoroughly understand sex offending behavior as you read about: motives contributing to sexual aggression and the confluence model of sexual aggression the background and clinical characteristics of paraphilic individuals and sex offenders a case study of sex offenders, victims, and their families the "abuse to abuser hypothesis" in regard to pedaphilia assessment, psychosexual profiling, and treatment of exhibitionist behavior the
treatment of sex offenders with mental retardation the relationship between sex offender treatment success and learning difficulties incest offender perceptions of treatment as used to generate an explanatory theory of the sexual abuse treatment process. Chapters in Sex Offender Treatment emphasize the importance of good assessment techniques, issues affecting victims and families of sex offenders, why treatment does not work for some sex offenders, medical problems associated with sex offenders, and working with special populations of sex offenders. Counselors, researchers, educators, sex offender treatment personnel, forensic psychologists and psychiatrists, and sex therapists will find Sex Offender Treatment crucial for gaining insight into sex offenders'motives and behaviors. You can then use these perspectives to more effectively interact with sex offenders and to more accurately analyze sex offending behavior.
Contents:
Cover
Half Title
Title Page
Copyright Page
Table of Contents
Introduction and Dedication
Dedication
Standards of Care for the Treatment of Adult Sex Offenders
Statement of Purpose
Definitions
Professional Competence
Antecedents to Sex Offender Treatment
The Principles of Standards of Care
References
Authors' Notes
The Confluence Model of Sexual Aggression: Combining Hostile Masculinity and Impersonal Sex
The Confluence Model of Sexual Aggression
Testing the Model with a National Sample
Replicating and Extending the Confluence Model
Notes
References
Authors' Notes
Major Factors in the Assessment of Paraphilics and Sex Offenders
Definiton of Paraphilia
Important Factors to Assess
Profiling the Offender and Setting Treatment Goals
References
Authors' Notes
Comparative Differences in the Psychological Histories of Sex Offenders, Victims, and Their Families
Method
Findings
Discussion
References
Author's Notes
The Genesis of Pedophilia: Testing the "Abuse-to-Abuser" Hypothesis
Method and Results
Discussion
References
Authors' Notes
Assessment, Psychosexual Profiling, and Treatment of Exhibitionists
Methods
Discussion
References
Authors' Notes
Treatment Successes with Mentally Retarded Sex Offenders
Method
Results of Assessment
Discussion
References
Authors' Notes
Why Therapy Fails with Some Sex Offenders: Learning Difficulties Examined Empirically
Method
Results
Discussion
References
Authors' Notes
Sex Offenders in Treatment: Variations in Remodeling and Their Therapeutic Implications
Review of the Literature
Theoretical Framework
Setting and Treatment Program
Method
Findings
Conclusions and Implications
Summary
References
Author's Note.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Dwyer, Margretta.
Pallone, Nathaniel J.
Other format:
Print version: Coleman, Edmond J. Sex Offender Treatment
ISBN:
9781317764151
9781560248347
OCLC:
867932532
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