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Growing Beyond Treatment Manual: A Workbook for Sexually Abusive Teenage Girls
Susan L. Robinson

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Growing Beyond Treatment Manual is the therapist’s and clinician’s guide to Susan Robinson’s first-of-its-kind workbook for adolescent females who sexually abuse. This essential companion manual explains the purpose for each chapter in the workbook, provides answers to the self-administered workbook quizzes, lists web sites and other resources for information on working with adolescent females, and includes original experiential exercises to be used with each workbook chapter. Learn More

Paths to Wellness en Español! A Holistic Approach and Guide for Personal Recovery
Robert E. Longo

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To reach out to a growing client population that may have difficulty in English, NEARI Press has had this widely used and complete book translated into Spanish.

Paths to Wellness focuses on clients who present with any of three major problem areas: alcohol and substance abuse; violent and assaultive behaviors with anger issues; and inappropriate, abusive, or illegal sexual
behaviors.

Written in language that is easy to read and understand, the book can be used by both adolescent and adult clients and patients in conjunction with inpatient and community-based treatment programs, self-help groups, and in other settings.

This unique guide teaches readers to understand their unhealthy cycles of acting out and how to move into healthy lifestyles. Chapter topics include accepting problems, denial, the four basic needs, the four aspects of self, core values and beliefs, healthy and unhealthy cycles, relapse prevention, interventions, and more, including homework assignments and exercises with each chapter.

If your program has funding for only one treatment resource, this is the book. Learn More

Lessons from the Lion's Den: Therapeutic Management of Children in Psychiatric Hospitals and Treatment Centers
Nancy S. Cotton

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Lion’s Den is a compassionate and inspirational guidebook for clinicians working with hard-to-reach emotionally disturbed children that outlines specific actions to apply to daily situations and behavioral crises. Distilling her work with 600 child clients into clinical vignettes, Cotton explains with humor, honesty and wisdom the why behind the what, showing how to involve families and avoid professional burnout. Her updated preface (2004) points the way toward adapting her methods for briefer stays and less restrictive environments. Learn More

New Hope for Youth: Experiential Exercises for Children and Adolescents
Robert E. Longo with Deborah Price Longo

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Children and adolescents have many styles of learning and often respond to experiential exercises when sit-down talk therapy does not work. New Hope for Youth offers over 70 experiential exercises that can be used with children and adolescents. Beginning with a brief overview of child development, authors Rob and Deborah Longo review the basics of doing experiential work, offer facilitator guidelines, and provide four levels of exercises for clients.
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Paths to Wellness: A Holistic Approach and Guide for Personal Recovery
Robert E. Longo

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Paths to Wellness focuses on clients who present with any of three major problem areas: alcohol and substance abuse; violent and assaultive behaviors with anger issues; and inappropriate, abusive, or illegal sexual behaviors.

Written in language that is easy to read and understand, the book can be used by both adolescent and adult clients and patients in conjunction with inpatient and community-based treatment programs, self-help groups, and in other settings.

This unique guide teaches readers to understand their unhealthy cycles of acting out and how to move into healthy lifestyles. Chapter topics include accepting problems, denial, the four basic needs, the four aspects of self, core values and beliefs, healthy and unhealthy cycles, relapse prevention, interventions, and more, including homework assignments and exercises with each chapter.

If your program has funding for only one treatment resource, this is the book. Learn More

Current Applications: Strategies for Working with Sexually Aggressive Youth and Youth with Sexual Behavior Problems
(Editors) David S. Prescott and Robert E. Longo

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In this new volume, Prescott and Longo take the theory and science addressed in Current Perspectives and translates it into useful information for clinical practice. With the belief that a good book should be like attending a great three-day conference, the editors have assembled diverse perspectives from nationally recognized leaders as well as rising stars in the field. Current Applications addresses practical topics related to everyday clinical practice with young people who have sexual behavior problems, from making meaningful connections in treatment to building on the strengths of young people. The book goes beyond traditional sex abuse specific treatment approaches into new areas that will engage all aspects of the adolescent’s development and his or her environment. Topics include working with developmentally delayed youth, building on client strengths, brain-based interventions, art therapy, considerations in using the polygraph, public policy, working through client resistance, and many others. Contributors to this excellent one-volume compendium include, but not limited to: Jack Apsche, Jill Levenson, Phil Rich, Steven P. Sawyer, Joann Schladale, and Ken Singer. Learn More

RESPECT: Professional Manual and Student Workbook
Tom Keating
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This beautiful full color Professional Manual and Student Workbook begins a journey for the professional and the student that is a unique approach with specific steps in the process.

Few approaches to sex offender treatment and management attempt to be truly transformative. Tom Keating has chosen to challenge his clients to learn how to manage their behaviors and transform the way they approach life. RESPECT is both a philosophy of living and a very specific set of exercises to help youth and young adults who have sexually abused to live abuse-free lives.

To make RESPECT work, the clinician must have integrated its principles as deeply as his/her clients. RESPECT begins with a “bow,” a simple gesture with profound meaning, as recognized in every martial arts tradition. RESPECT’s seven step process integrates the elements of relapse prevention, thinking errors work, multi-sensory and brain-based approaches to learning. Successfully incorporated into programs in the USA and internationally, the author sets forth the core principle of RESPECT: “I hope that this work will convey the essence of RESPECT to you, and I bow to you in mutual RESPECT for the invaluable work that you are doing.” Learn More

Stages of Accomplishment - Clinician's Manual and All 4 Workbooks
Phil Rich

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Stages of Accomplishment is a set of four inter-related workbooks that assist in the treatment of sexually abusive or sexually troubled adolescents. Building from simpler ideas to more complex and richer concepts, the workbooks take youth through a series of guided exercises that touch on many of the most significant elements of treatment.

Stage 1 “Introduction to Treatment” focuses upon basic concepts and sets the foundation for the workbooks that follow.

Stage 2 “Understanding Yourself” helps youth focus upon and understand emotions, behaviors, thoughts, and thinking errors.

Stage 3 “Understanding Dysfunctional Behavior” identifies and works through behavioral cycles, safe behavior, and relapse prevention.

Stage 4 “Hitting The Target: Making Change Permanent” addresses empathy, victim awareness, community service, communication skills, and healthy relationships.

Augmenting individualized treatment, the workbooks are designed to be used in community-based or residential care settings. The accompanying Clinician’s Guide will help guide therapists in their use of the workbooks, and includes supplemental tests to ensure retention of learning. Designed for use with adolescent boys of average cognitive abilities, the Guide offers concrete ideas for adapting the workbooks to other populations of sexually abusive youth.

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Stages of Accomplishment - Set of All 4 Workbooks
Phil Rich

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Stages of Accomplishment is a set of four inter-related workbooks that assist in the treatment of sexually abusive or sexually troubled adolescents. Building from simpler ideas to more complex and richer concepts, the workbooks take youth through a series of guided exercises that touch on many of the most significant elements of treatment.

Stage 1 “Introduction to Treatment” focuses upon basic concepts and sets the foundation for the workbooks that follow.

Stage 2 “Understanding Yourself” helps youth focus upon and understand emotions, behaviors, thoughts, and thinking errors.

Stage 3 “Understanding Dysfunctional Behavior” identifies and works through behavioral cycles, safe behavior, and relapse prevention.

Stage 4 “Hitting The Target: Making Change Permanent” addresses empathy, victim awareness, community service, communication skills, and healthy relationships.

Augmenting individualized treatment, the workbooks are designed to be used in community-based or residential care settings. The accompanying Clinician’s Guide will help guide therapists in their use of the workbooks, and includes supplemental tests to ensure retention of learning. Designed for use with adolescent boys of average cognitive abilities, the Guide offers concrete ideas for adapting the workbooks to other populations of sexually abusive youth.

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Using Conscience as a Guide: Enhancing Sex Offender Treatment in the Moral Domain
Niki Delson

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Conscience theory brings together five domains of moral development and functioning: attachment; moral-emotional responsiveness; personal value systems; values in action; and conscience. Niki Delson’s work addresses a major task in treating patients with sexual behavior and sexual aggression problems by teaching therapists and treatment providers how to work with conscience and conscience development with a 16-week curriculum. Learn More

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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Responsibiliity and Self-Management: Clinician's Manual and Client Workbook
Jack Apsche and Jerry L. Jennings

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This set of Clinician Manual and Client Workbook provides the essential tools for using enhancing the treatment process for both in-patient and out patient settings.

The Clinician’s Manual provides the tools to take a careful measure of how and why a youngster got to this place in life. In conjunction with the Responsibility & Self-Management Client Workbook, it guides therapists to pinpoint the function of the youngster’s problem behavior(s) and to develop a specific intervention for that client. Using methodologies based on Evidenced Based Treatments, the manual focuses and enhances the treatment process, addressing multiple behaviors seen in both in-patient and out-patient treatment placements.

Using principles of Evidenced-Based Treatments, the Client Workbook addresses multiple issues, including aggression, anger, defiance, and sexually inappropriate behaviors. Responsibility & Self-Management looks at how the client’s life brought him to a therapist and provides a functional analytic blueprint to treatment. Learn More

Using Conscience as a Guide: Clinician Manual and Student Workbook
Niki Delson

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This Manual and Workbook set brings the theory and tools for conscience development into traditional treatment practice.

Conscience theory brings together five domains of moral development and functioning: attachment; moral-emotional responsiveness; personal value systems; values in action; and conscience. Niki Delson’s work addresses a major task in treating patients with sexual behavior and sexual aggression problems by teaching therapists and treatment providers how to work with conscience and conscience development with a 16-week curriculum. Learn More

Growing Beyond: Clinician's Manual and Client Workbook
Susan L. Robinson

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This Treatment Manual and Client Workbook is a first-of-its-kind written specifically for adolescent girls.

Growing Beyond Treatment Manual is the therapist’s and clinician’s guide to Susan Robinson’s workbook for adolescent females who sexually abuse. This essential companion manual explains the purpose for each chapter in the workbook, provides answers to the self-administered workbook quizzes, lists web sites and other resources for information on working with adolescent females, and includes original experiential exercises to be used with each workbook chapter. Learn More

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