The key : a community approach to assessment, treatment and support for people with intellectual disabilities who sexually offend

By: Hingsburger, Dave.
Contributor(s): Dalla Nora, Manuela | Tough, Susan.
Publisher: Barrie Diverse City Press 2010Description: 225 p. : 22 cm.ISBN: 978189623027X.Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SEXUAL OFFENDING | ASSESSMENT | TREATMENT | SELF ESTEEM | SEX INFORMATION | SOCIAL SKILLS | EFFECTIVENESS | CASE STUDIES
Contents:
Some notes about the book|Introduction : six things you need to know|1. Safety first|2. Assessment : process|3. Assessment : deviance and counterfeit deviance|4. Assessment : determining treatment type|5. Assessment : environment|6. Assessment : interviews|7. Treatment : introduction|8. Treatment : team|9: Sex education|10. Self esteem|11. Homosexuality|12: Social skills|13. Relapse prevention|14. Measuring effectiveness|15. A case history|References / Authors and
Summary: "When it comes to supporting people with intellectual disabilities who sexually offend, there are two main concerns. How do you provide treatment that is effective? How do you provide a residential support system that ensures opportunities for learning and growth in an environment of safety and security? In this unique book two agencies, a treatment agency and a residential service agency, come together to discuss how to do both those things well. Together they have crafted a book that is unique. The book is written in a conversational voice full of clinical insight and practical ”how to's”. It's approachable format is full of examples and provides the reader with a good working knowledge of how treatment and placement work together effectively. This exciting book ensures that people with disabilities who offend have hopes that one day through treatment they will have a “key” to a future of hope and healthy relationships." - BOOK JACKET
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"When it comes to supporting people with intellectual disabilities who sexually offend, there are two main concerns. How do you provide treatment that is effective? How do you provide a residential support system that ensures opportunities for learning and growth in an environment of safety and security? In this unique book two agencies, a treatment agency and a residential service agency, come together to discuss how to do both those things well. Together they have crafted a book that is unique. The book is written in a conversational voice full of clinical insight and practical ”how to's”. It's approachable format is full of examples and provides the reader with a good working knowledge of how treatment and placement work together effectively. This exciting book ensures that people with disabilities who offend have hopes that one day through treatment they will have a “key” to a future of hope and healthy relationships." - BOOK JACKET

Some notes about the book|Introduction : six things you need to know|1. Safety first|2. Assessment : process|3. Assessment : deviance and counterfeit deviance|4. Assessment : determining treatment type|5. Assessment : environment|6. Assessment : interviews|7. Treatment : introduction|8. Treatment : team|9: Sex education|10. Self esteem|11. Homosexuality|12: Social skills|13. Relapse prevention|14. Measuring effectiveness|15. A case history|References / Authors and

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