Sourcebook of Treatment Programs for Sexual Offenders [E-Book] / edited by William Lamont Marshall, Yolanda M. Fernandez, Stephen M. Hudson, Tony Ward.
Fernandez, Yolanda M., (editor)
Hudson, Stephen M., (editor) / Marshall, William Lamont, (editor) / Ward, Tony, (editor)
Boston, MA : Springer, 1998
XX, 484 p. online resource.
Applied Clinical Psychology
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Table of Contents:
  • Adult Male Offenders
  • The Twin Rivers Sex Offender Treatment Program
  • Kia Marama
  • Peterhead Prison Program
  • The Evolution of a Multisite Sexual Offender Treatment Program
  • Ontario Penitentiaries’ Program
  • The Lucy Faithfull Foundation Residential Program for Sexual Offenders
  • Community-Based Treatment with Sexual Offenders
  • The Portland Sexual Abuse Clinic
  • Joseph J. Peters Institute Intervention Programs for Adult Sexual Offenders
  • Community Treatment in the United Kingdom
  • The Development and Implementation of a Regional Sex Offender Treatment Network
  • Invitations to Responsibility
  • Working with Sexual Offenders in Psychiatric Settings in England and Wales
  • The Treatment of Sexually Aggressive Offenders in the Dr. Henri van der Hoeven Kliniek
  • Sexual Offenders’ Treatment Program of the Philippe Pinel Institute of Montréal
  • Treating the “Sexually Dangerous Person”
  • Treatment of Adult Male Sexual Offenders in a Psychiatric Setting
  • Diverse Populations
  • An 11-Year Perspective of Working with Female Sexual Offenders
  • Adult Intellectually Disabled Sexual Offenders
  • Evaluation and Treatment of Deaf Sexual Offenders
  • Clergy Offenders
  • Professionals
  • Children Who Molest
  • Adolescent Sexual Offender Treatment at the SAFE-T Program
  • Development of a Service for Sexually Abusive Adolescents in the Northeast of England
  • Ethnic Populations
  • Te Piriti
  • Blending the Traditional with the Contemporary in the Treatment of Aboriginal Sexual Offenders
  • Treatment of United States American Indians
  • Australian Aborigines
  • Treatment for Hispanic Sexual Offenders
  • Community-Based Sexual Offender Treatment for Inner-City African-American and Latino Youth
  • Conclusions and Future Directions.