Knowledge and Practice: Challenges in the Treatment and Supervision of Sexual Abusers

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David S. Prescott, LICSW

Knowledge & Practice offers the opportunity to learn from the leading experts of the field about applying knowledge and research to real-world treatment of sexual abusers. In each chapter, the author describes personal research applications and suggests how others can learn from and apply this knowledge. Edited to highlight diverse voices, Knowledge & Practice brings together leading professionals in the field to produce a conference-in-a-book.

Among the chapters are: Sex Offender Policies in the 21st Century (Jill S. Levenson), Sex Offender Specialists and Their Costumes (Jan Hindman), Understanding Victimization Among Sexual Abusers (Dominique A. Simons ), Preparatory Programs for Sexual Offender Treatment (L.E. Marshall & W.L. Marshall), Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Children with Sexual Behavior Problems (Melissa Carpentier, Jane Silovsky & Mark Chaffin), Building Coping Skills in Treatment (Franca Cortoni & Mark Carich) and Risk Assessment in the 21st Century (Anthony Beech and Tony Ward).

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ISBN

9781885473769

Publisher

NEARI Press

Author

PRESCOTT

Pages

476

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