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by Michael A. O′Connell,Eric Leberg,Craig Donaldson


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Working With Sex Offenders offers information vital to professionals, and students in the fields of criminology, family studies, victimology, mental health, social work, psychology, and to judges, probation officers, and prosecutors.

Working With Sex Offenders offers information vital to professionals, and students in the fields of criminology, family studies, victimology, mental health, social work, psychology, and to judges, probation officers, and prosecutors. Provides a basis for treating the sex offender. Sex offenders pose a unique set of problems within the criminal justice system.

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Presents a view on problems associated with sex offender treatment

Presents a view on problems associated with sex offender treatment.

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It exposes the professional reader, clearly and understandably, to the workings of the other systems- from legal and law enforcement to social services to mental health treatment. Jana Dreyzehner, MD, Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist; Chief Medical Officer, Health Connect America.

The genesis of sex-offender therapy in penal and psychiatric settings is. .

The genesis of sex-offender therapy in penal and psychiatric settings is part of the ongoing trend towards medicalising criminal behaviour  . Scott, S. and Dickens, A. (1989) ‘Police and the Professionalisation of Rape’, in C. Dunhill (e., The Boys in Blue: Women’s Challenge to the Police (London: Virago).

Sex offenders pose a unique set of problems within the criminal justice system. What forms of treatment are available? What qualifications should potential therapists have? What risks are involved with outpatient treatment? From therapist selection to outpatient treatment, this practical volume presents an informed view on problems associated with sex offender treatment. The authors clearly describe how a therapist′s evaluation can be used to determine the level of risk in returning a sex offender back into a community.
Working with Sex Offenders: Guidelines for Therapist Selection download epub
Psychology
Author: Michael A. O′Connell,Eric Leberg,Craig Donaldson
ISBN: 0803937636
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Psychology
Language: English
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (February 1, 1990)
Pages: 136 pages