Identifying and Treating Youth who Sexually Offend: Current Approaches, Techniques, and Research
Psychology Press, 2004 - 339 pages
What factors contribute to the making of a youthful sexual offender?
This book is designed to assist professionals working with youth who sexually offend. A distinguished panel of experts discusses the latest research and provides theory, techniques, and practical guidelines for the assessment and treatment of this challenging population.
Identifying and Treating Youth Who Sexually Offend: Current Approaches, Techniques, and Research lays an essential foundation with a theoretical overview that frames the subject in a clear, easy-to-follow style. This section includes:
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Assessment and Treatment
Testing an Etiological Model for Male Juvenile
ASSESSING SEXUALLY ABUSIVE YOUTH
RISK ASSESSMENT OF SEXUALLY ABUSIVE YOUTH
Interviewing Strategies with Sexually Abusive Youth
TREATING YOUTHWHO SEXUALLY OFFEND
Working with Parents to Reduce
CognitiveBehavioral Treatment for Adolescents
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