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Working with Sex Offenders: Guidelines for Therapist Selection

by Michael A. O'Connell

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Sex offenders pose a unique set of problems within the criminal justice system. What forms of treatment are available? What qualifications should potential therapists have? What risks are involved with outpatient treatment? From therapist selection to outpatient treatment, this practical volume presents an informed view on problems associated with sex offender treatment. The authors clearly describe how a therapist′s evaluation can be used to determine the level of risk in returning a sex offender back into a community.… (more)
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Sex offenders pose a unique set of problems within the criminal justice system. What forms of treatment are available? What qualifications should potential therapists have? What risks are involved with outpatient treatment? From therapist selection to outpatient treatment, this practical volume presents an informed view on problems associated with sex offender treatment. The authors clearly describe how a therapist′s evaluation can be used to determine the level of risk in returning a sex offender back into a community.

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