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Short Version
Section 1: An Overview of Sex Offender Treatment for a Non–Clinical Audience
The Basics of Sex Offender–Specific Treatment
30 Minutes

NOTES

  1. Aos, et al., 2001; Gallagher, et al., 1999; Hanson, et al., 2002; Losel and Schmucker, 2005.
     
  2. Hanson, et al., 2002; McGrath, Cumming, Livingston, and Hoke, 2003; McGrath, Hoke, and Vejtisek, 1998.
     
  3. McGrath, Cumming, Livingston, and Hoke, 2003; Wilson, et al., 2000.
     
  4. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, 2005; Carter, et al., 2004; Center for Sex Offender Management, 2000a, 2000b; Cumming and McGrath, 2000, 2005.
     
  5. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, 2005; Carter, et al., 2004; Center for Sex Offender Management, 2000; Craissati, 2004; Cumming and McGrath, 2000, 2005; English, et al.,1996, 2003; Robinson, 2003.
     
  6. Center for Sex Offender Management, 2000; Craissati, 2004; English, et al., 1996, 2003.
     
  7. Berliner, 2003; Center for Sex Offender Management, 2000; English, et al., 1996.
     
  8. Jennings and Sawyer, 2003; Marshall, et al., 1999; Proeve, 2003 (in Ward, Laws, and Hudson, 2003); Salter, 1988; Sawyer, 2002; Schwartz, 1995.
     
  9. Laws, 1989; Laws, Hudson, and Ward, 2000; Pithers, et al., 1983.
     
  10. Hanson, 1997; Hanson and Thornton, 2000.
     
  11. Center for Sex Offender Management, 2000; Cumming and McGrath, 2005.
     
  12. Center for Sex Offender Management, 2000; Craissati, 2004; Cumming and McGrath, 2005; English, et al., 2003; Hanson and Harris, 2000.
     
  13. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, 2005; Becker and Murphy, 1998; Carter, et al., 2004; Marshall, et al., 1999; Ward, Laws, and Hudson, 2003.