3 edition of Psychiatric treatment of sexual offenders found in the catalog.
Psychiatric treatment of sexual offenders
|Statement||edited by Jamshid A. Marvasti.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 192 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
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P sychiatric Treatment of Sexual Offenders aims to be a concise, yet thorough, resource on the current state of treatment of sexual offenders with a humanistic approach. It is generally successful at this goal. What the book does well is provide summaries of the literature in such a way that readers feel as though they are hearing from a full range of voices on each : Robert Hilt, Fabian Saleh.
The approach of this book is a humanistic one that characterizes the individual suffering from paraphilia as a human being. With this perspective in mind, the author posits that any sexual offender who has a history of childhood trauma needs to be treated not only for the sexual offenses, but also for past trauma.
Consisting of eight chapters, the first chapter addresses the issues of. A guide for the design and implementation of treatment programs, the Sourcebook emphasizes clinical issues over research and offers valuable suggestions for dealing with problems that arise in treatment.
Contributors from around the world describe their work in prisons, psychiatric institutions, and community settings.
Special attention is given to culturally sensitive treatments and to. Get this from a library. Psychiatric treatment of sexual offenders: treating the past traumas in traumatizers: a bio-psycho-social perspective. [Jamshid A Marvasti;]. Treatment of sexual offenders has evolved substantially over the years; various theoretical and practice models of treatment been developed, modified, refined, and proposed over time.
The predominant current recommended approach, supported by research, adheres to specific principles of effective correctional intervention, follows a cognitive-behavioral, skills-based orientation, and explicitly Cited by: Inafter almost all of these special programs had been closed, Washington State passed the first of the second generation of laws on involuntary commitment of sexual offenders, against the active opposition of the American Psychiatric Association.
This book has been written to explore APA's position on involuntary commitment and on the Cited by: Psychiatric Treatment of Sexual Offenders: Treating the Past Traumas in Traumatizers: A Bio-Psycho-Social Perspective (American Series in Behavioral Science and Law): Medicine & Health Science Books @ › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences.
The publication of a book devoted to treatment issues involving the mentally disordered offender population is timely inasmuch as the correctional population increased more than two and one-half times from to Eight percent to 19% of prisoners have substantial psychiatric or interventions and treatment: sexual offenders, mentally The assessment of sexual offenders has typically been aimed not at arriving at a diagnosis but rather at determining the man's risk to reoffend, his treatment needs, and whether or not treatment produced the hoped-for result.
In pursuit of these aims, an almost unlimited array of evaluation procedures have been adopted. While the assessment measures may differ, the content areas evaluated Leam A. Craig is a Consultant Forensic Psychologist and Partner at Forensic Psychology Practice Ltd. He has published numerous research chapters, articles and books on the assessment and treatment of sexual offenders.
He is also an Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of :// A guide for the design and implementation of treatment programs, this book emphasizes clinical issues over research and offers valuable suggestions for dealing with problems that arise in treatment.
Contributors describe their work in prisons, psychiatric institutions, and community settings. Special attention is given to culturally sensitive treatments and to special populations, including /sourcebook-of-treatment-programs-for-sexual-offenders.
This straight-shooting book should be read by mental health professionals, criminal justice personnel, and legislators who must deal with these difficult issues.— Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Readers of Dangerous Sex Offenders will find an unusually cogent synopsis of interesting and controversial :// Treatment of High-Risk Sexual Offenders addresses concrete management strategies, from initial intake to community treatment programs, and describes a detailed program for high risk offenders which has been developed, tested and refined for over 15 years.
Provides a thorough review of contemporary theory and research relating to complex, challenging populations, and translates it into a Sexual Offending and Mental Health, edited by Julia Houston and Sarah Galloway, is an interesting book that seeks to "inform readers about the range of theoretical and legal issues relevant to working with sexual offenders." Dr.
Houston is a clinical and forensic psychologist with Forensic Mental Health Services, Shaftesbury Clinic in London 3. Inpatient Treatment of Offenders with Mental Disorders, Gary J. Maier and Louis Fulton 4. Community-Based Forensic Treatment, Kirk Heilbrun and Patricia A.
Griffin 5. Treatment in Jails and Prisons, Jeffrey L. Metzner, Fred Cohen, Linda S. Grossman, and Robert M. Wettstein 6.
Treatment of the Sexual Offender, Howard E. Barbaree and William L › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences. Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offenders with Intellectual Disabilities: A Handbook.
Craig LA, Stringer I, Moss T. Treating sexual offenders with learning disabilities in the community: A critical review.
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. ; – Craig LA, Stringer I, Sanders ://.