Pornography and its Place in Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents Who Have Sexually Abused

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David S. Prescott, LCSW and Siegi A. Schuler

No one thinks that exposure to pornography is a good idea for adolescents who sexually abuse, but what do we actually know from research? How should this inform our clinical practice? In this groundbreaking booklet, David Prescott addresses the research findings of this controversial topic. Taking this information, they explore the implications of this research for the assessment, treatment intervention, and the risk management of adolescents living in a sexualized culture. Most importantly, the booklet covers how the clinician can work with an adolescent in treatment to help him or her build a healthier future.

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ISBN

978-1-929657-52-0

Publisher

NEARI Press

Author

PRESCOTT & SCHULER

Pages

36

Editorial Reviews

"This is an important booklet that answers questions about the role of pornography in adolescent sexual offending. The authors have successfully intertwined current knowledge and evidence with specific case examples to highlight the possible meaning of pornography for youth."
–Tracey Curwin, Ph.D., Nipissing University

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