Clinical approaches to sex offenders and their victims

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Wiley, Mar 29, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 329 pages
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This work brings together a range of diverse but related material on the topic of understanding and treating sex offences, dealing with both the victim and the offender. Advocating a clinical approach to treatment, it considers both theoretical and practical components. Contributors from varied fields, including psychiatry, psychology and social work, focus on three specific areas within their specialist fields: empirical research, theories built upon the data, practical application of the research and theory. Also provides a range of theoretical views and styles of clinical practice that are relevant to both offenders and victims.

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The Nature of Sexual Offenses Against Children
Theories of Sex Offending
The Effects of Sex Offences

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