The Handbook of Clinical Intervention with Young People who Sexually Abuse
Gary O'Reilly, William L. Marshall, Alan Carr, Richard C. Beckett
Taylor & Francis, Aug 1, 2004 - Psychology - 472 pages
The Handbook of Clinical Interventions with Young People who Sexually Abuse provides authoritative, critical and up-to-date reviews of the growing body of empirical and theoretical knowledge in this field and clearly demonstrates how this knowledge can be used to guide and develop evidence-based practice for assessment and treatment. Key features include:
* essentials of effective treatment programmes
* relapse prevention
* adolescents with intellectual disabilities and female offenders
* work with families of young people who sexually abuse.
Practical guidelines from acknowledged international experts with extensive experience of research and clinical practice will be invaluable to all those working with young people who engage in sexually abusive behaviour.
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