1. The Role of the Victim and Victim Advocate in Managing Sex Offenders
  2. Learning Objectives
  3. Definition of Sexual Assault
  4. Myths and Facts
  5. Myths and Facts
  6. Myths and Facts
  7. Cross Examination of a Robbery Victim
  8. Fears Resulting in Non– or Delayed Reporting
  9. Other Reasons for Non– or Delayed Reporting
  10. Rape Trauma Syndrome: The Acute Phase
  11. Rape Trauma Syndrome: The Long Term Phase
  12. Understanding Sexual Assault from a Victim’s Perspective
  13. Child and Adolescent Victims of Sexual Assault
  14. Accommodation Syndrome
  15. Traumagenic Dynamics Theory
  16. Understanding Sexual Assault from a Victim’s Perspective
  17. Family Dynamics in Parent–Child Incest Cases
  18. Dynamics of Non-Offending Parents and Children
  19. Child Disclosure in Incest Cases
  20. Understanding Sexual Assault from a Victim’s Perspective
  21. Similar Dynamics in Sibling Incest Cases
  22. Dynamics Unique to Sibling Incest Cases
  23. Important Dynamics in Sibling Incest Cases
  24. Dynamics in Partner Rape
  25. Disclosure of Marital or Partner Rape
  26. Secondary Impact of Sexual Assault
  27. Understanding Sexual Assault from a Victim’s Perspective
  28. Understanding Sexual Assault from a Victim’s Perspective
  29. Older Victims
  30. People with Mental Illness
  31. People with Physical Disabilities
  32. People with Developmental Disabilities
  33. Life Experiences of Victims
  34. Conclusion