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Current Perspectives: Working with Sexually Aggressive Youth and Youth with Sexual Behavior Problems
(Editors) Robert E. Longo & David S. Prescott
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Current Perspectives represents the best thinking and practice from leaders and front-line workers who assess and treat sexually aggressive and abusive adolescents and young people with sexual behavior problems. With chapters ranging from considerations of diversity to ethics and developing integrity, from developmental concerns in pre-pubertal clients to girls with sexually abusive behaviors, from research on resilience to an examination of attachment styles, from drama therapy to neurological impacts, Current Perspectives is the best one-volume compendium available.

Drawing on the expertise of contributors including John Hunter, Toni Cavanagh Johnson, Susan Robinson, Tony Morrison, Judith Becker, Lisa Frey, William Friedrich, Jane Gilgun, Barbara Schwartz, Robert Prentky, Joann Schladale, Steve Bengis, Penny Cunninggim, and Martin Calder, among many others, editors Rob Longo and David Prescott offer the equivalent of a three-day seminar in print form. Every juvenile treatment program should make this rich resource available for its administrators, clinicians, protective service workers, and professionals working in the juvenile justice system.
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Taking Action: Support for Families of Children with Sexual Behavior Problems
Jane F. Silovsky
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When a parent learns that his or her child has sexually abused another child, or is displaying a serious sexual behavior problem, the discovery causes uncertainty, confusion, pain and fear. Yet, this is precisely the time the child needs support and understanding. Parents and families play a significant role in the successful treatment of their children. That's where Taking Action comes in. Written by two of the leading experts in the field, these booklets provide the information families need to support their children and access the resources they will require in the days to come.

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Knowledge & Practice
Edited by David S. Prescott
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Knowledge & Practice offers the opportunity to learn from the leading experts of the field about applying knowledge and research to real-world treatment of sexual abusers. In each chapter, the author describes personal research applications and suggests how others can learn from and apply this knowledge. Edited to highlight diverse voices, Knowledge & Practice brings together leading professionals in the field to produce a conference-in-a-book.

Among the chapters are: Sex Offender Policies in the 21st Century (Jill S. Levenson), Sex Offender Specialists and Their Costumes (Jan Hindman), Understanding Victimization Among Sexual Abusers (Dominique A. Simons ), Preparatory Programs for Sexual Offender Treatment (L.E. Marshall & W.L. Marshall), Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Children with Sexual Behavior Problems (Melissa Carpentier, Jane Silovsky & Mark Chaffin), Building Coping Skills in Treatment (Franca Cortoni & Mark Carich) and Risk Assessment in the 21st Century (Anthony Beech and Tony Ward). Learn More

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