Only Pictures?: Therapeutic Work with Internet Sex Offenders

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Many practitioners are now confronted with the need to provide either therapy or effective management of internet sex offending. This timely book will help them do this well, by enabling more focused intervention with those who are seeking help as well as those who have committed offences. It is based on significant collaborative work with those engaged in research and treatment provision to people in the target groups. It will help practitioners learn more about Internet-related offending; and about how using a cognitive behaviour therapy approach might help their clients learn about their problematic behaviour and ways in which they might effect change. Readers will learn about · sexual offences and the Internet · cognitive behaviour therapy approaches · how these approaches might be applied to the specific population.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781903855683
  • Publisher: Russell House Publishing Limited
  • Publication date: 1/1/2006
  • Pages: 161
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction v

Acknowledgement ix

About the Authors xi

Chapter 1 Abuse Images and the Internet 1

Chapter 2 Theories of Child Sexual Abuse and the Role of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 13

Chapter 3 The Process of Offending on the Internet 27

Chapter 4 Images Are Children 45

Chapter 5 Fantasy and its Escalation 59

Chapter 6 Emotional Avoidance 75

Chapter 7 Social Activity and Internet Images 105

Chapter 8 Collecting Images 119

Chapter 9 Maintaining Change 131

References 147

Index 159

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