Identifying and Treating Youth Who Sexually Offend

Identifying and Treating Youth Who Sexually Offend

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Identifying and Treating Youth Who Sexually Offend by Kristina Crumpton Franey

What factors contribute to the making of a youthful sexual offender?

This book is designed to assist professionals working with youth who sexually offend. A distinguished panel of experts discusses the latest research and provides theory, techniques, and practical guidelines for the assessment and treatment of this challenging population.

Identifying and Treating Youth Who Sexually Offend: Current Approaches, Techniques, and Research lays an essential foundation with a theoretical overview that frames the subject in a clear, easy-to-follow style. This section includes:

a comprehensive overview of the controversies, definitions, and salient characteristics of youth who sexually offend that that provides an understanding of the factors believed to be related to sex offending among youth as well as an up-to-date review of current theory

an examination of an etiological model that is frequently applied to adult sex offenders is it applicable for use with youthful offenders?

The second section of Identifying and Treating Youth Who Sexually Offend tackles the challenges professionals face when conducting assessments of sexually abusive youth. This section is designed to help the clinicians of today and tomorrow become better equipped to handle the daunting task of assessment from choosing assessment tools to decreasing denial with specific interviewing techniques. Readers will learn:

  • how to distinguish subtypes among this population with a research review and comparative descriptions of clinical and empirical typologies as well as discussion of the Trauma Outcome Process model and practical examples for clinicians
  • how to predict the rate of re-offense among youth who sexually offend, with a review of five risk assessment methods and four scales plus directions for using them includes the Juvenile Sex Offender Assessment Protocol (JSOAP), the Protective Factors Scale (PFS), and the Estimate of Risk of Adolescent Sex Offender Recidivism (ERASOR)
  • the nuts and bolts of the interviewing and clinical assessment phase of treatment a look at effective interviewing strategies, the process of change, and the stages of change model
  • the importance of family therapy in the treatment of these youth ways to include parents in relapse prevention planning and ways to handle treatment providers’ misconceptions and concerns about including family therapy in this type of treatment
  • cognitive-behavioral treatment models for use in outpatient settings with treatment strategies directed toward various individual or family clinical targets, including psychological dysfunctions, sexual deviance, adolescent development and adaptive skills, and parent/family relationships
  • an integrated (holistic) experiential approach to treatment, complete with sample exercises and a discussion of the pros and cons of many current treatment modalities
  • a multi-family group therapy (MFGT) approach with a look at this powerful intervention mode’s advantages, including economic benefits, family-to-family support and mentoring, community-based resourcefulness, and accelerated catalyzing of emotions, and directions for how to establish a MFGT format for treatment

current practices in residential treatment for adolescent sex offenders policies, testing and assessment procedures, therapeutic approaches used, number of males and females in treatment, etc.

The final section of Identifying and Treating Youth Who Sexually Offend explores what happens to youth who sexually offend after they leave treatment. This includes:

  • a survey of the literature on recidivism
  • an evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment of 644 juvenile sex offenders through the meta-analysis of 10 studies with encouraging results!

a look at the life experiences of a sample of successfully treated adolescents, with qualitative interviews with seven participants who graduated from treatment and did not re-offend after being released these juveniles explain in their own words how it felt to be labeled a sex offender, aspects of treatment they felt were helpful, components of the treatment program they would change, and the challenges they faced after returning to society

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780789027870
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/28/2005
Series: A Monograph Published Simultaneously As the Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality and Tourism Series
Pages: 355
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.34(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

  • About the Contributors
  • Introduction: Assessment and Treatment of Youth Who Sexually Offend: An Overview (Talley Moore, Kristina Crumpton Franey, and Robert Geffner)
  • YOUTH WHO SEXUALLY OFFEND: THEORETICAL ISSUES
  • Characteristics of Youth Who Sexually Offend (Sue Righthand and Carlann Welch)
  • Testing an Etiological Model for Male Juvenile Sexual Offending Against Females (Raymond A. Knight and Judith E. Sims-Knight)
  • ASSESSING SEXUALLY ABUSIVE YOUTH
  • Differentiating Youth Who Sexually Abuse: Applying a Multidimensional Framework When Assessing and Treating Subtypes (Lucinda A. Rasmussen)
  • RICK ASSESSMENT OF SEXUALLY ABUSIVE YOUTH
  • Emerging Strategies for Risk Assessment of Sexually Abusive Youth: Theory, Controversy, and Practice (David S. Prescott)
  • Interviewing Strategies with Sexually Abusive Youth (Ian Lambie and John McCarthy)
  • TREATING YOUTH WHO SEXUALLY OFFEND
  • Treatment of Youth Who Sexually Offend: An Overview (Jill Efta-Breitbach and Kurt A. Freeman)
  • Working with Parents to Reduce Juvenile Sex Offender Recidivism (Scott Zankman and Josephine Bonomo)
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Adolescents Who Sexually Offend and Their Families: Individual and Family Applications in a Collaborative Outpatient Program (David J. Kolko, Colleen Noel, Gretchen Thomas, and Eunice Torres)
  • An Integrated Experiential Approach to Treating Young People Who Sexually Abuse (Robert E. Longo)
  • Multi-Family Group Therapy for Sexually Abusive Youth (David Nahum and Marci Mandel Brewer)
  • Current Practices in Residential Treatment for Adolescent Sex Offenders: A Survey (C. Eugene Walker and David McCormick)
  • RECIDIVISM, RESILIENCE, AND TREATMENT EFFECTIVENESS FOR YOUTH WHO SEXUALLY OFFEND
  • Recidivism and Resilience in Juvenile Sexual Offenders: An Analysis of the Literature (Jill Efta-Breitbach and Kurt A. Freeman)
  • Treatment Effectiveness for Male Adolescent Sexual Offenders: A Meta-Analysis and Review (Donald F. Walker, Shannon K. McGovern, Evelyn L. Poey, and Kathryn E. Otis)
  • An Investigation of Successfully Treated Adolescent Sex Offenders (Kristina Crumpton Franey, Donald J. Viglione, Peter Wayson, Clark Clipson, and Robert Brager)
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included

What People are Saying About This

William E. Prendergast PhD

EXCELLENT. . . . I would highly recommend this book to social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, and students interested in entering this specific treatment field and to professors teaching courses related to the problem of juvenile sex offending. The abstracts beginning each section and the conclusions at the end of each section are very well done and essential to making this AN EXCELLENT CHOICE FOR A TEXTBOOK in colleges and graduate schools. . . . Will save graduate students and professionals much time and effort in finding material on almost ay aspect of this specific problem in our society. There are hundreds of sources listed at the ends of each section as well; another valuable benefit.
—(William E. Prendergast, PhD, Diplomate Certified Sex Therapist; Author of Treating Sex Offenders: A Guide to Clinical Practice with Adults, Clerics, Children, and Adolescents, Second Edition)

David Bolton

David Bolton, MEd, LPC, Executive Director, Triad Behavioral Resources, PLLC, Greensboro, North Carolina
Any professional working with sexualized adolescents, either as a direct service provider or a supervisor of programs will find this collection A MOST EXCELLENT AND USEFUL RESOURCE FOR EVERYDAY PRACTICE.

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