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A Developmental Perspective on the Meaning of Problematic Sexual Behavior in Children and Adolescents
Craig Latham and Robert Kinscherff
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Children and adolescents develop in dramatically different ways and a developmental context is essential to understanding a child's or teen’s sexual behavior or abusive problems. This booklet lays out a developmental framework with vivid case examples that brings to life this vital developmental treatment and risk management perspective. Whether you are a clinician looking to develop accurate case formulation or a school counselor looking to understand at-risk youth, this booklet will open your eyes to the story behind the development of sexual behavior problems. Learn More

Young People Who Sexually Abuse: Building the Evidence Base for Your Practice
Edited by Martin C. Calder
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Contributors from England, Scotland, Wales, USA, and Canada draw from a combination of practice experience, research, program evaluation, and academic review. Their work builds on Calder’s previous edited volume to share the individual, tailored responses used by leaders in this field. The 26 chapters in seven sections cover research and theoretical developments; impact issues; broad practice, assessment, treatment, and management issues; and outcomes. Learn More

Sex & The Internet: A Guidebook For Clinicians
Edited by Al Cooper Taylor & Francis Publishers
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Focusing on treatment and assessment issues and the clinical implications of cybersex, this authoritative compilation provides mental health professionals with an analysis of empirical evidence and research on the impact of the Internet use on couples and families, gay men, people with disabilities, children, and the workplace. Edited by one of the leading researchers, clinicians and authors in the complex field of sex and the Internet, this book informs and provides practical and concrete suggestions and directions. Learn More

The Safe Workbook for Youth: New Choices for a Healthy Lifestyle
John McCarthy & Kathy MacDonald
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The Safe Workbook for Youth is a time-tested curriculum for youth who experience problems with social and interpersonal skills. It covers such topics as communication and self-esteem, dealing with feelings, good relationships, empathy, and establishing a balanced lifestyle. Authors John McCarthy and Kathy MacDonald from the Safe Program in New Zealand have written an easy-to-read and easy-to-understand workbook with exercises, homework assignments, and a self-administered test in each of the six chapters. Learn More

Illegal Images: Critical Issues and Strategies for Addressing Child Pornography Use
David L. Delmonico and Elizabeth J. Griffin
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Twenty years ago, the issue of child pornography was limited to helping professionals who specialized in the area of sexual offenses. However, with the widespread use of the Internet and subsequent technologies, child pornography is more available and accessible than ever. As a result, more individuals are entering the mental health and legal system who have viewed child pornography.

The purpose of illegal Images, is to provide helping professionals (e.g., mental health professionals, child advocates, pastoral counselors, and community supervision officers with information regarding the key issues to be addressed when working with anyone viewing online child pornography.

Reading Illegal Images will answer critical questions about this difficult issue and give practical solutions for working with these individuals.

The recent printing of Illegal Images contained page title errors in Appendices D, E, and F. The text is completely accurate. The corrected appendices are available in two forms.

Click here to download a pdf of the appendices so that they can be folded in half and inserted into the book.

Click here for full 8.5x11" format.

An additional appendix - Appendix G - provides information on Filtering and Monitoring Methods.

Appendix G provides you with a table of current software available to assist clients in the blocking, filtering, and monitoring of unwanted content that can be used to assist in the prevention and treatment of Child Sexual Abuse Images. There are often many questions as to how these tools work and on which devices they can be installed.


We at NEARI Press apologize for the error and for the inconvenience it may have caused.

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The Safer Society Handbook of Sexual Abuser Assessment and Treatment
Edited by Mark E. Carich, Ph.D. & Steven Musack, Ph.D.
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Editors Steven Mussack and Mark Carich engaged top experts in the field of sexual offender assessment and treatment to create this handbook. The volume provides clinicians with the most current empirically and clinically supported methods for assessing the treatment needs of sexual offenders and providing them with effective treatment.

The chapter authors, respected authorities in the field, wrote about their areas of specialization from a clinical perspective. Each chapter provides readers with effective tools they can directly apply to their clinical work. With 16 information-filled chapters, and two practical appendices, the handbook is a must-have reference for any professional working with adult sex offenders. Learn More

Building a Better Life: A Good Lives and Self-Regulation Workbook
Pamela M. Yates and David S. Prescott
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Building a Better Life builds on the fundamental principles of the good lives model and on research findings that approach goals are inherently more attainable than avoidance goals; that people who build their lives around approach goals tend to be happier and less distressed than those who organize their lives around avoidance goals. Building a Better Life is a must-have resource for clinicians integrating the good lives and self-regulation models into their practices. Learn More

Awakening Motivation for Difficult Changes
David S. Prescott and Robin Wilson
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How can clinicians and other professionals motivate adult clients who have been mandated into treatment? Most workbooks explore the techniques for treatment without providing a framework for engaging clients in the face of the fact that most clients feel ambivalent about entering treatment. Prescott and Wilson deal directly with motivation, setting the stage for the preparatory stages of change. Once a client moves into treatment, this workbook provides the concrete steps for a client to examine and address their barriers to effective treatment and ultimately, positive change. Learn More

Pornography and its Place in the Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents who have Sexually Abused
David S. Prescott and Siegi Schuler
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No one thinks that exposure to pornography is a good idea for adolescents who sexually abuse, but what do we actually know from research? How should this inform our clinical practice? In this groundbreaking booklet, David Prescott addresses the research findings of this controversial topic. Taking this information, they explore the implications of this research for the assessment, treatment intervention, and the risk management of adolescents living in a sexualized culture. Most importantly, the booklet covers how the clinician can work with an adolescent in treatment to help him or her build a healthier future. Learn More

Applying the Good Lives and Self-Regulation Models to Sex Offender Treatment
Pamela M. Yates, David S. Prescott, Tony Ward
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Here for the first time is a comprehensive guide to Applying the Good Lives and Self-Regulation Models to Sex Offender Treatment. The authors present the two models as a combined program to achieve two goals with offenders: building a lifestyle incompatible with offending and effectively managing risk. This book is a thorough, step-by-step guide that first lays the groundwork with the fundamentals, continues with sections on assessment and treatment, and wraps up with post-treatment maintenance and supervision.

A practical, common-sense guide written specifically for clinicians from the leading Good Lives experts, this is a book that should be part of the library of everyone who treats or manages sex offenders. Learn More

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