Sexual Offending and Mental Health draws together theoretical, clinical and mental health issues for the range of professionals working with sex offenders and those who have behaved in sexually inappropriate ways. The book describes current influential models of sexual offending and the developmental, psychological and social factors involved.
Part I: Theoretical perspectives -- An overview of sexual offending / Julia Houston -- Risk assessment / Jackie Craissati -- Mental disorder and sexual offending / Andrew M. Aboud -- Sexual offending : ethnicity, culture and diversity issues in assessment and management / Olumyiwa John Olumoroti -- The law and sex offending / Sarah Galloway and Sandra MacPhail -- Part II: Clinical practice issues -- A sex offender service within a mental health setting / Julia Houston and Malcolm Scoales -- Clinical assessment and formulation / Tim Green -- Treatment, relapse prevention, and building good live / Tim Green -- The impact of personality disorder on working with sexual offenders / Sharon Prince -- Multi-agency/disciplinary working with sexual offenders / Sarah Galloway and Adina Seupersad -- The non-abusing parent and their role in risk management / Sarah Galloway and Natalie Hogg -- Systematic interventions with sexual offending / Alison Beck -- The impact on professionals of working with sex offenders / Sharon K.C. Leicht.
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 15th April 2008
Edition Number: 1