A highly informative and practical resource for clinicians working with sexual offenders it provides an excellent overview of the problems inherent in relapse prevention programmingshould be required reading for anyone working with the sexual offender population preventing sexual abuse review. Applied to sex offenders the assumption that sex offenders are highly motivated to change is highly suspect and there is little evidence favoring the actual prevention of relapse laws et al opine that rp may be popular because it reduces anxi ety among the treatment providers and imbues a sense of optimism. He is the editor of relapse prevention with sex offenders 1989 co editor with wl marshall and he barbaree of handbook of sexual assault 1990 co editor with wt odonohue of sexual deviance 1997 and co editor with sm hudson and t ward of remaking relapse prevention with sex offenders 2000 he is past president of the . This book is a rich source of information on the application of relapse prevention with sex offenders it presents readers promising directions for change and areas that need revision based on new research findings and the integration of emerging theoretical models that show considerable promise in this field . Relapse prevention with sex offenders systematically presents and analyzes the core components of rp for this population the first text to focus exclusively on relapse prevention for sex offenders this authoritative compilation of current assessment and treatment approaches provides practitioners working in the field with a practical stepby
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