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Title Violent and sexual offenders : assessment, treatment and management / edited by Jane L. Ireland, Carol A. Ireland, and Philip Birch
Edition Second edition
Published Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2019
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Contents Section I Risk assessment : current perspectives; 1 Violence risk assessment; 2 Thinking outside of the box: the assessment of sexual offending recidivism and specialist populations; 3 Intimate partner violence risk assessment; 4 Assessment of Internet-related sexual offenders; 5 Risk assessment and management of violent extremists and terrorists: background, principles, and practice; 6 Assessing violence risk in youth
14 Assessing the clinical needs for stalking and domestic violence15 Assessing clinical needs for intellectually disabled sex offenders; 16 Assessing for psychopathy using the Psychopathy Checklist; 17 Using offence drivers to guide conceptualisation and treatment of trauma in male sex offenders; 18 The background and clinical use of the Dynamic Appraisal of Situational Aggression -- Inpatient Version (DASA-IV): application to a secure setting; Section III Treatment -- current perspectives; 19 Therapeutic treatment approaches for violence: some essential components
20 Treatment approaches for sexual violence21 Adapting and evaluating treatment approaches for intellectually disabled sex offenders; 22 Beyond traditional treatment approaches for intimate partner violence: integrating a dyadic perspective; 23 Treatment of Internet-related sexual offenders; 24 Treatment approaches for stalking; 25 Treatment approaches for terrorists and extremists; 26 Treatment approaches for women who sexually abuse children; Section IV Management -- current perspectives; 27 Offender supervision and compliance: managing violent and sexual offenders in the community
28 Preventive detention and extended sentences: a regressive approach to managing violent and sexual offenders; 29 Managing violent and sexual offenders in contemporary technoculture; 30 Sex offender registration and public protection: rethinking the management of sex offenders in the community; 31 The importance of throughcare and resettlement for working with violent and sexual offenders; 32 Desistance : lessons learned for managing violent and sexual offenders
7 The family lovemap and protective factors: sex, intimacy, and sexually abusive youth8 Assessing women who sexually abuse children; 9 Assessing violence and sexual risk among offenders with cognitive intellectual difficulties; 10 Protective factors for violence risk: additional value to the risk-focused approach; 11 Violence risk assessment in women: the value of the Female Additional Manual; Section II Clinical assessment -- current perspectives; 12 Individual assessments of aggression: accounting for core factors; 13 Assessing the therapeutic needs of sexual offenders
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed August 27, 2018)
Subject Sex offenders.
Violent offenders.
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Criminology.
Sex offenders.
Violent offenders.
Form Electronic book
Author Birch, Philip, editor.
Ireland, Carol A., editor.
Ireland, Jane L., editor.
ISBN 1315310392
9781315310398