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Remaking Relapse Prevention with Sex Offenders
A Sourcebook



April 2000 | 576 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Remaking Relapse Prevention With Sex Offenders is a comprehensive resource of the most current and practical information about working with sex offenders to prevent relapse.
 
PART ONE: RELAPSE PREVENTION IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
D R Laws, Stephen M Hudson and Tony Ward
The Original Model of Relapse Prevention with Sex Offenders
Promises Unfulfilled  
 
PART TWO: A REVISIONIST CRITIQUE
R Karl Hanson
What Is so Special about Relapse Prevention?
W L Marshall and Dana Anderson
Do Relapse Prevention Components Enhance Treatment Effectiveness?
Susan A Stoner and William H George
Relapse Prevention and Harm Reduction
Areas of Overlap  
 
PART THREE: CONCEPTUAL AND CLINICAL REVISIONS
Tony Ward and Stephen M Hudson
A Self-Regulation Model of Relapse Prevention
Stephen M Hudson and Tony Ward
Relapse Prevention
Assessment and Treatment Implications  
William O'Donohue, Tamara Penix and Erin Oksol
Behavioral Economics
Understanding Sexual Behavior, Preference and Self-Control  
 
PART FOUR: CLINICAL INNOVATIONS: ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT
Kurt M Bumby
Empathy Inhibition, Intimacy Deficits and Attachment Difficulties in Sex Offenders
Calvin M Langton and W L Marshall
The Role of Cognitive Distortions in Relapse Prevention Program
Ruth E Mann
Managing Resistance and Rebellion in Relapse Prevention Intervention
Don Grubin
Complementing Relapse Prevention with Medical Intervention
Michael H Miner
Competency-Based Assessment
Yolanda M Fernandez and W L Marshall
Contextual Issues in Relapse Prevention Treatment
Georgia F Cumming and Robert J McGrath
External Supervision
How Can It Increase the Effectiveness of Relapse Prevention  
 
PART FIVE: SEXUAL PREFERENCE ASSESSMENT
Robert J Konopasky and Aaron W B Konopasky
Remaking Penile Plethysmography
Michael A O'Connell
Polygraphy
Assessment and Community Monitoring  
Lane Fischer
The Abel Screen
A Non-Intrusive Alternative?  
 
PART SIX: PROGRAMS: MAJOR INTERVENTIONS USING RELAPSE PREVENTION
Janice K Marques et al
Preventing Relapse in Sex Offenders
What We Learned from SOTEP's Experimental Treatment Program  
Ruth E Mann and David Thornton
An Evidence-Based Relapse Prevention Program
 
PART SEVEN: RELAPSE PREVENTION APPLIED TO SPECIAL POPULATIONS
William D Murphy and I Jacqueline Page
Relapse Prevention with Adolescent Sex Offenders
James L Haaven and Emily M Coleman
Treatment of the Developmentally Disabled Sex Offender
Joanna Clarke and Adam J Carter
Relapse Prevention with Sexual Murderers
Hilary Eldridge and Jacqui Sradjian
Replacing the Function of Abusive Behaviors for the Offender
Remaking Relapse Prevention in Working with Women Who Sexually Abuse Children  
Lawrence Ellerby, Jacqueline Bedard and Shirl Chartrand
Holism, Wellness and Spirituality
Moving from Relapse Prevention to Healing  
 
PART EIGHT: THE BOTTOM LINE
Anthony Beech and Dawn Fisher
Maintaining Relapse Prevention Skills and Strategies in Treated Child Abusers
Jean Proulx et al
How Does Recidivism Risk Assessment Predict Survival?
R Karl Hanson
Treatment Outcome and Evaluation Problems (and Solutions)
 
PART NINE: THE WAY FORWARD
Stephen M Hudson, Tony Ward and D Richard Laws
Wither Relapse Prevention

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D. Richard Laws

D.Richard Laws, PhD, was the director of the Sexual Behavior Laboratory at Atascadero State Hospital in California from 1970-1985; project director at the Florida Mental Health Institute, Tampa, from 1985-1989; manager of forensic psychology at Alberta Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta from 1989-1994; and most recently a psychologist with Adult Forensic Psychiatric Services in Victoria, British Columbia from 1994 until his retirement in 1999. Dr. Laws is known in the field of sexual deviation as a developer of assessment procedures and in program development and evaluation. He is the author of numerous articles and book chapters in this area... More About Author

Stephen M. Hudson

Stephen M Hudson, PhD, DipClinPsyc, was Director of Clinical Psychology at the Department of Psychology, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. He was instrumental in the establishment of New Zealand’s first specialized treatment unit for child molesters at Rolleston Prison, Kia Marama, in 1989. His research work was grouped into three major areas: intimacy and attachment style, cognitive distortions, and offence pathways/relapse prevention models. The results of these research projects were published in more than 80 books, book chapters and scholarly articles. He co edited a number of important books in the sexual offending... More About Author

Tony Ward

Tony Ward, PhD, DipClinPsyc, is the Director of the Forensic Psychology Programme at the University of Melbourne. He was previously director of the Kia Marama Programme for sexual offenders at Rolleston Prison, Christchurch, New Zealand. His research interests include the offense process in offenders, cognitive distortions and models of rehabilitation. He has published over 110 research articles, chapters and books. These include Remaking relapse prevention, Sage, (with D.R Laws and S. M. Hudson, 2000) and the Sourcebook of treatment programs for sexual offenders, Plenum (with W. L. Marshall, Y. A. Fernandez, and S. M. Hudson, 1998). He... More About Author

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