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The Mindfulness Workbook and Manual
Jack Apsche and Jerry L. Jennings
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The Mindfulness Toolkit is filled with a rich variety of thirty exercises and activities that are designed to appeal to youth, such as sports, nature, adventure, and discovery. The workbook emphasizes individual autonomy and competency.

The Toolkit offers multiple pathways for learning mindfulness, which can accommodate the differing learning styles of individual teens and, in particular, can be applied strategically to oppositional and treatment resistant youth. The core concept is to expose youth to a variety of mindfulness skills so that individuals can choose the coping “tools” that they find most practical and effective for their own personal mindfulness toolkit.”

NOTE: Exercise 5.5 - Centering Circles must be downloaded - the link is found in the "Sample Download" option. Learn More

Unequal Partners: Teaching About Power, Consent, and Healthy Relationships (Vol. 1)
Sue Montfort and Peggy Brick
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The 4th edition of Unequal Partners: Teaching About Power, Consent, and Healthy Relationships, equips educators with 50 lesson plans to help adolescents and young adults learn about and explore the dynamics of both healthy and unhealthy relationships.

The 4th edition is organized into two volumes:
Volume 1: Designed for young and middle adolescents.

Volume 2: Designed for college students.

Both include age-appropriate lesson plans utilizing interactive teaching methods such as role-plays, small group discussions, and scenarios.

A trauma-informed perspective helps participants explore sensitive and critical topics, including communicating about consent, understanding power dynamics, recognizing warning signs, helping a friend, and analyzing media influences. Originally written by award-winning sexuality educators Sue Montfort and Peggy Brick, the 4th edition is edited by Kirsten deFur and includes lesson plans by 22 additional contributing authors. Learn More

Very Different Voices: Perspectives and Case Studies in Treating Sexual Aggression
David S. Prescott and Robin J. Wilson
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The referral that just crossed your desk has left you scratching your head. You've never seen a client with these issues before and, frankly, it's unclear where to start. This new book brings insights from many internationally known experts, sharing what works and what doesn't with a wide range of clients experiencing sexual behavior problems and related clinical conundrums. Beyond the research studies readily available in the scholarly literature, this book offers practical models for clinicians working at the individual level, and illustrates many of the challenges that clients and therapists alike can face.

The foundations of this book are: first, the research that shows the importance of the clinician in effective treatment and second, the importance of case conceptualization as a learning tool for our field. Topics covered range from risk-need-responsivity to strength-based approaches and beyond, including topics that challenge all of us in the field of sexual violence prevention. After reading insights from internationally recognized experts like Joann Schladale, Robert Longo, Thomas Graves, Kevin Powell, Patrick Liddle, Gwen Willis, Phil Rich and many others, that difficult referral may become that perfect challenge to your skills and insights as a cutting edge clinician. Learn More

Who am I & Why am I in Treatment?
Robert E. Longo with Laren Bays and Steven Sawyer
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This classic workbook for sexual abusers introduces clients to assessment and treatment, helping them understand why they sexually abuse, why they deny it, and what to expect in treatment. Chapters include: Why Am I in Treatment, What is Evaluation, How Did I Become a Sex Offender, Stages of Recovery, and more. Each chapter includes homework and exercises.

Originally published by Safer Society Press, this classic workbook has been revised to incorporate the latest research for this population.

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Why Did I Do It Again & How Can I Stop?
Robert E. Longo with Laren Bays and Steven Sawyer
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These two classic workbooks have now been combined into a single volume. This volume expands on the standard relapse prevention workbook, teaching clients about cycles of abuse, the sexual abuse cycle, thoughts, feelings and behaviors that make up cycles, values clarification, relapse prevention, and basic interventions for cognitive distortions, mismanaged emotions, behavioral problems and more. Each chapter includes homework and exercises. Why Did I Do It Again & How Can I Stop? (2000) is now in its 9th printing!
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