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NCJ Number: 120061 Find in a Library
Title: Assessment, Management, and Treatment Planning for Male Adolescent Sexual Offenders
Journal: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry  Volume:58  Issue:4  Dated:(1988)  Pages:571-579
Author(s): E B Saunders; G A Awad
Date Published: 1988
Page Count: 9
Type: Program Description (Model)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Within the context of the Toronto Family Court Clinic Adolescent Sexual Offender Study, more than 100 male sexual offenders were assessed.
Abstract: Adolescent sexual offenders were considered as part of the larger group of emotionally disturbed youngsters. For purposes of clinical management, areas of overlap between the two groups were identified and issues specific to sexual offenders were delineated. Guidelines are given to assess the offense, to take the sexual history of the offender, and to assess the sexual preferences of the offender and the risk of recidivism. Preventive interventions, and the special problems presented by incestuous offenders are discussed; as well as ethical issues such as the growing public condemnation of sexual crimes. 34 references. (Author abstract modified)
Main Term(s): Sex offender treatment
Index Term(s): Canada; Incest; Juvenile Sex Offenders; Ontario; Psychosexual behavior
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