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The treatment of the offender

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Published by Argus in Albany .
Written in English


  • Prisons

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Edition Notes

SeriesIts 67th annual report -- 1911
The Physical Object
Pagination228 p.
Number of Pages228
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25409258M

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Treatment of Sex Offenders is a well-written book edited by two well-respected figures in the field. this appears to be an important contribution to the field and will prove to be quite useful for documenting the current state-of-the-art in assessment and treatment of sexual offenders.” (Anita Schlank, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 61 (36), September, ). It is also the belief of many that a penal policy without an adequate treatment strategy is unjust and a denial of human rights. In this book Iain Crow provides an accessible overview of the concepts of treatment and rehabilitation, adopting a deliberately broad definition, and considers the historic. Crow, I , 'The treatment of sex offenders', in The treatment and rehabilitation of offenders, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, pp. , viewed 4 October , . The Treatment of Sex Offenders with Developmental Disabilities: A Practice Workbook is based on the treatment manual developed by William R. Lindsay for working with offenders with developmental disabilities in community settings and modified for use with offenders in maximum-security settings. The book is organised into modules, which include:5/5(2).

"This book will prove an essential text to professionals and students who are involved in the study of, assessment, treatment and/or management of sex offenders. A book which covers the area so comprehensively has been a significant omission for some time, and thus this text is timely and fulfils a significant gap in the academic market."/5(11). This "Essential Handbook" provides the critical elements from its companion volume, the successful Handbook of Offender Assessment and Treatment. A comprehensive review of assessment and treatment, it covers the major offender groups: sex offenders, violent offenders, offenders with mental and personality disorders, and property offenders. William L. Marshall, OC, FRSC, PhD, is the director of Rockwood Psychological Services, which provides assessment and treatment for sexual offenders in Canadian federal prisons and for juvenile offenders in the community. He is also director of groups and evaluations at a center for mentally disordered offenders. Dr. Marshall has over publications, including 19 books, and he has been on Pages: 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.

For much of this book the focus has been on the individual offender and the agencies that deal with him or her. However, having examined the treatment of individual offenders and its limitations, it is equally important to consider the social context of rehabilitation.   An edition of The Clinical treatment of the criminal offender in outpatient mental health settings () The Clinical treatment of the criminal offender in outpatient mental health settings new and emerging perspectives by Nathaniel J. Pallone, Sol ChanelesISBN: Asia and Far East Institute (UNAFEI) (for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders)from 20 May to 29 June and brought together criminal justice professionals from 16 different The use of the Expressing Feeling Book 18 The content of the work of the Expressing Feeling Book 18 Effectiveness of the. overview of the rest of the book. Sex Offender TreaTMenT: WHere We Have Been. Current forms of sex offender treatment include cognitive-behavioral approaches, relapse prevention, the good lives model, the risk–needs– responsivity model, sexual addictions, and pharmacological interven­ tions.