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Table of Contents

About the Editors ix

About the Contributors x

Foreword xviii

Preface xxi

Part I Overview 1

1 The Continuing Need for Individualized Interventions with Sex Offenders 3
Daniel T. Wilcox, Tanya Garrett, and Leigh Harkins Part II Context Issues 9

2 Motivation, Compassion, and Self-care in the Treatment of Sexual Offenders 11
David S. Prescott

3 Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Sex Offenders: Addressing the Dual Relationship Problem 27
Tony Ward

4 Standard Sex Offender Assessment, Supervision, and Group Treatment 45
Rosie Gray and Daniel T. Wilcox Part III Offender Issues 63

5 Treating Child Sex Abusers: A Person-Centered Approach 65
Geraldine Akerman, Leam A. Craig, and Anthony R. Beech

6 Treatment of Men Who Have Sexually Abused Adults 85
Theresa A. Gannon

7 The Role of Case Studies in Work with Sexually Abusive Adolescents 105
Phil Rich

8 Intervention Issues with a Sex Offender with Intellectual Disability 125
William R. Lindsay and Amanda M. Michie

9 Working with Non-Contact (Offline) Sexual Offenders 143
Karen Thorne

10 Interventions with an Internet Sexual Offender 163
Ethel Quayle and Elizabeth Hayes

11 Women Who Sexually Offend: A Case Study 181
Dawn Pflugradt and Franca Cortoni

12 Working with a Sexual Offender with Bipolar Disorder 199
Tanya Garrett

13 Treating Professionals Who Are Sexually Involved with Their Clients 222
Funmilayo Rachal, Gene G. Abel, and Tanya Garrett

14 Working with Zoosexual Offenders (Addressing High Levels of Deviance) 242
Daniel T. Wilcox, Caroline M. Foss, and Marguerite L. Donathy

15 Psychopathy and Sexual Offending 267
Caroline Logan and Julie Hird

16 Assessment and Treatment When Sex Is Attached to a Killing: A Case Study 286
Adam J. Carter and Clive R. Hollin Part IV Specialized Interventions 305

17 Addressing Denial 307
Jayson Ware and Leigh Harkins

18 Changing Deviant Sexual Interests: Masturbatory Reconditioning with a Child Molester 327
William L. Marshall

19 Understanding the Journeys of High-Risk Male Sex Offenders Voluntarily Receiving Medication to Reduce Their Sexual Preoccupation and/or Hypersexuality 342
Belinda Winder, Rebecca Lievesley, Helen Jane Elliott, Christine Norman, and Adarsh Kaul Part V Future Practice 371

20 Conclusions: Reflections and Formulations 373
Leigh Harkins, Tanya Garrett, and Daniel T. Wilcox

Index 382

About the Author

Daniel T. Wilcox is Managing Director of WilcoxPsychological Associates, a private clinical and forensicpsychology practice. He is a registered clinical and forensicpsychologist, and honorary research fellow and lecturer at theUniversity of Birmingham, Centre for Forensic and CriminologicalPsychology. He is Editor of The Use of the Polygraph inAssessing, Treating and Supervising Sexual Offenders (Wiley,2009). Tanya Garrett is a registered clinical and forensicpsychologist in private practice and an honorary senior lecturer atthe University of Birmingham Centre for Forensic and CriminologicalPsychology. Tanya s published research relates to sexualviolations in therapy and clinical psychology training, ethicalissues in therapy, and sexual offender treatment andevaluation. Leigh Harkins is an assistant professor in the Faculty ofSocial Science and Humanities, University of Ontario Institute ofTechnology, Canada. She has experience working in treatment groupsfor sexual offenders, completing psychological assessments inprisons and community criminal justice settings in Canada and theUK. Leigh's published research focuses on sexual aggression,offender rehabilitation, and multiple perpetrator offending.

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