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Working with sexually abusive adolescents

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Published by Sage Publications in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sexually abused children -- Mental health.,
  • Sexually abused teenagers -- Mental health.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Masud S. Hoghughi ; with Surya R. Bhate and Finlay Graham
    ContributionsHoghughi, Masud.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ"507"S49"W67"1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 246 p.
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20690904M
    ISBN 100803977581, 080397759X

    Praise for Understanding, Assessing, and Rehabilitating Juvenile Sexual Offenders, Second Edition "The Second Edition of Understanding, Assessing, and Rehabilitating Juvenile Sexual Offenders showcases Phil Rich's experience and mastery of the research and clinical literature. In my view, this is an excellent therapy book and, like its predecessor, will help practitioners to . Request PDF | Working with Adolescent Girls who have been Sexually Abused | This part of the book explores the wider contexts and impact of intersecting harms .

    Working with Aggressive Adolescents. Violence and aggression among adolescents and children is a growing problem (Glick, ). When working with potentially violent adolescents, social workers have the right to keep themselves safe. But how? Although it is impossible to reduce risk to zero, there are many ways to decrease risk significantly. Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Within Youth-serving Organizations: Getting Started on Policies and The sexually abusive acts may include sexual penetration, sexual touching, • Screen all applicants, both adults and adolescents, for all positions that will have contact with youth.

    Page - Revisiting Recent Research on Social Learning Theory as an Etiological Proposition for Sexually Abusive Male Adolescents', Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work 1(1) Carew, R. ‎ Appears in 2 books from Thus, the book is titled Working With Child Abuse and Neglect: A Primer. Because it is intended as a starting point, the book contains numerous references to the published literature in this subject area and information on state and national organizations working in this field.


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Hoghughi, M S, Bhate, S R & Graham, F (eds)Working with sexually abusive adolescents, Working with children and adolescents, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, viewed 29 Aprildoi: / This book presents a clear and comprehensive overview of the key factors involved in working with adolescent sex offenders.

With an emphasis throughout on practical guidance, leading practitioners address a number of important questions: Who are sexually abusive adolescents and what do they do.

Get this from a library. Working with sexually abusive adolescents. [Masud Hoghughi; Surya R Bhate; Finlay Graham, (Psychologist);] -- This book presents a clear and comprehensive overview of the key factors involved in working with adolescent sex offenders.

With an emphasis throughout on practical guidance, leading practitioners. Get this from a library. Working with Sexually Abusive Adolescents: a Practice Manual.

[Masud S Hoghughi; Suryakant R Bhate; Finlay Graham] -- This book presents a clear and comprehensive overview of the key factors involved in working with adolescent sex offenders. With Working with sexually abusive adolescents book emphasis throughout on practical guidance, leading practitioners.

Working with Children with Sexual Behavior Problems 1st Edition Treating Children with Sexually Abusive Behavior Problems: Guidelines for Child and Parent Intervention (The Haworth Maltreatment and Trauma Press) D.C.

She provides individual, family, and group therapy to children and adolescents with sexual behavior problems, depression Cited by: 8. Book Description Current Perspectives represents the best thinking and practice from leaders and front-line workers who assess and treat sexually aggressive and abusive adolescents and young people with sexual behavior problems.

With chapters ranging from considerations of diversity to ethics and developing integrity, from developmental concerns in pre-pubertal. Masud S. Hoghughi is the author of Working with Sexually Abusive Adolescents ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Handbook of Parentin 4/5(1).

Adopted by the ATSA Executive Board of Directors on Octo Download as a PDF. Introduction. Sexually abusive behavior by adolescent youth is a serious problem, accounting for more than one-third of all sexual offenses against minors 1 and causing serious harm or even devastating consequences.

As such, these youth merit careful professional attention and, at. Explain how neurobiology affects sexually abusive youth as well as the child and adolescent victims of sexually abusive and aggressive behavior; Apply brain-based interventions that assist evaluators and treatment providers in effectively working with sexually abusive behavior and traumatic brain injury.

"The second edition of Understanding, Assessing, and Rehabilitating Juvenile Sex Offenders showcases Phil Rich's experience and mastery of the research and clinical literature.

In my view, this is an excellent therapy book, and like its predecessor, will help practitioners to work effectively and ethically with juvenile by: Some young people who sexually abuse have experienced violent or troubled childhoods, however most young people who grow up with abusive family dynamics do not sexually abuse.

Offence characteristics Generally, the research suggests that individuals who sexually abuse children are more likely to be socially isolated and have poor social skills. Product Information. The Handbook of Clinical Interventions with Young People who Sexually Abuse provides authoritative, critical and up-to-date reviews of the growing body of empirical and theoretical knowledge in this field and clearly demonstrates how this knowledge can be used to guide and develop evidence-based practice for assessment and treatment.

adolescents who have engaged in sexually abusive behaviors. She has provided clinical care to children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of treatment settings, including day treatment, residential, and outpatient.

Before beginning a career in social work, Ms. Lundeberg worked for several years as a police Size: KB. Working with Children, Adolescents, and Families Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs. A Sexual Abuse and Assault Therapy. RESOURCE GUIDE.

Working with Children, Adolescents, and Families Page 6 A Sexual Abuse and Assault Therapy Resource Guide Note: Some of these books may also be helpful for parents; if File Size: 1MB. ATSA Practice Guidelines for Assessment, Treatment, and Intervention with Adolescents Who Have Engaged in Sexually Abusive Behavior Appendix This appendix is intended to supplement the adolescent practice guidelines that ATSA published in The guidelines intentionally did not include references or a bibliography, but.

Sexually Abusive Behaviour by Children and Adolescents Article in Child and Adolescent Mental Health 11(1):2 - 8 February with 61 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Eileen Vizard.

ume, Sexually Abusive Behavior in Youth: A Handbook of Theory, Assessment, and Treatment, which brings together material from the series focused on the science, assessment, and treatment of children and adolescents with sexually problematic con-duct.

Each chapter was selected and reviewed by Dr. Schwartz, submitted to its orig-File Size: KB. Adolescents Allegheny General Hospital Pittsburgh, PA Mary Meinig, M.S.W. Office of the Family and Children’s Ombudsman, Office of the Governor State of Washington Tukwila, WA Anthony Urquiza, Ph.D.

Child Protection Center Department of Pediatrics University of California Davis Medical Center Sacramento, CA Jeffrey N. Wherry, Ph.D., ABPPFile Size: KB. Toolkit for Working with Juvenile Sex Offenders provides therapists with a summary of evidence-based practice with this population, including working with comorbid conditions and developmental disabilities.

It provides tools for use in assessment, case formulation, and treatment, and includes forms, checklists, and exercises. The book uses kid-friendly language and illustrations to help parents and concerned adults give kids guidance they can understand, practice and use.

This is a simple, direct approach that doesn’t dumb down the issues involved, as well as an easy-to-use system to help kids rehearse and remember appropriate responses to help keep them safe. Social workers play a vital role in helping physically and sexually abused children. In order to play this role, they need knowledge about the nature of the problem: (1) legal definitions of physical and sexual abuse, (2) its incidence and prevalence, and (3) its signs and symptoms.

Social workers have three major roles to play: (1) identifying and reporting child Cited by: 1.Dr. Powell’s 41 strengths-based interventions provide well-supported and practical strategies that illuminate the science and art of working with at-risk youth. This book is a ‘must read’ for new therapists, clinical supervisors, and experienced therapists who need a.

Young people who engage in sexually abusive behavior often present with deficits in important psychosocial skills (Peter & Valkenburg, ), and may lack the developmental maturity to both understand the explicit sexual content of pornography, and that it may not represent ‘real-life’ sexual relationships and behaviors and what people seek.