The Wiley Handbook on the Theories, Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offending

Editor/Author Boer, Douglas P.
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 978-1-118-57266-5
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 35
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: Sept 2020
Table of Contents

The Wiley Handbook on the Theories, Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offending is a collection of up-to-date readings contributed by international experts relating to the assessment, intervention, and theoretical foundations of sexual offending.

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Table of Contents

  • Part I: Theories
  • About the Editors
  • Contributors to Part I
  • The Wiley Handbook on the Theories, Assessment, and Treatment of Sexual Offending: Introduction - Douglas P. Boer
  • Introduction: Theory Formulation, Development, and Evaluation - Anthony R. Beech and Tony Ward
  • Section I: Current Multifactorial Theories
  • 1. An Attachment-Based Theory of the Aetiology of Affiliative Child Molestation: Resilience/Vulnerability Factors Across Life-Span Development - William L. Marshall and Liam E. Marshall
  • 2. The Four Preconditions Model: An Assessment - David Finkelhor, Carlos A. Cuevas, and Dara Drawbridge
  • 3. The Confluence Mediational Model of Sexual Aggression - Neil M. Malamuth and Gert Martin Hald
  • 4. A Theoretical Integration of Aetiological and Typological Models of Rape - Raymond A. Knight and Judith E. Sims-Knight
  • 5. Multimodal Self-Regulation Theory of Sexual Offending - Jill D. Stinson, Judith V. Becker, and Lee Ann McVay
  • 6. The Integrated Theory of Sexual Offending - Revised: A Multifield Perspective - Tony Ward and Anthony R. Beech
  • Section II: Single Factor Theories
  • 7. Incentive Theory of Sexual Motivation: A Framework for the Description of Sexual Offending Behaviour and the Role of Sexual Deviance - Wineke J. Smid and Edwin C. Wever
  • 8. Theories of Deviant Sexual Fantasy - Ross M. Bartels and Anthony R. Beech
  • 9. Intimacy Deficits/Attachment Problems in Sexual Offenders: Towards a Neurobiological Explanation - Anthony R. Beech and Ian J. Mitchell
  • 10. The Cognitive Distortions of Child Sexual Abusers: Evaluating Key Theories - Caoilte Ó Ciardha, Theresa A. Gannon, and Tony Ward
  • 11. Theories of Empathy Deficits in Sexual Offenders - Georgia D. Barnett and Ruth E. Mann
  • 12. Theories of Emotion Regulation - Steven M. Gillespie and Anthony R. Beech
  • Section III: Process Models
  • 13. The Sociology of Sex Offending: The Offender, Culture, and Context - Annie Cossins
  • 14. Situational Theories - Stephen Smallbone and Jesse Cale
  • 15. Theories of the Offence and Relapse Process - Devon L. L. Polaschek
  • 16. Models of Modus Operandi in Sexual Offending: A Criminological Perspective - Eric Beauregard and Jean Proulx
  • Section IV: Practice Theories
  • 17. Organizing Principles for an Integrated Model of Change for the Treatment of Sexual Offending - Adam J. Carter and Ruth E. Mann
  • 18. Strengths-Based Theories and Sexual Offending - Gwenda M. Willis and Pamela M. Yates
  • 19. The Risk-Need-Responsivity Model: An Expansion and Revision with an Emphasis on Groups of High-Risk, High-Need Offenders - Jeffrey Abracen and Jan Looman
  • 20. Therapeutic Processes in Sex Offender Treatment - Jackie Craissati
  • 21. Theories of Desistance from Sexual Offending - Danielle Arlanda Harris
  • Section V: Special Populations
  • 22. Understanding Female Sexual Offenders - Franca Cortoni and Theresa A. Gannon
  • 23. Theoretical Approaches for Sexual Offenders with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities - William R. Lindsay
  • 24. Exploring the Theories Explaining Male Adolescent Perpetration of Sexual Crimes - David Burton and Michael Miner
  • 25. Applying Sexual Offence Theory to Online Sex Offenders - Ian A. Elliott
  • Section VI: Conclusions
  • 26. Looking to the Future: Risk and Explanation - Tony Ward and Anthony R. Beech
  • Part II: Assessment
  • About the Editors
  • Contributors to Part II
  • Section I: Introduction
  • 27. Overview and Structure of Part II - Leam A. Craig and Martin Rettenberger
  • 28. Trends Over Time in Clinical Assessment Practices with Individuals Who Have Sexually Offended - Calvin M. Langton and James R. Worling
  • Section II: Assessing Risk of Sexual Recidivism
  • 29. Actuarial Risk Assessment of Sexual Offenders - Martin Rettenberger and Leam A. Craig
  • 30. The Structured Professional Judgement Approach to Violence Risk Assessment: Origins, Nature, and Advances - Stephen D. Hart, Kevin S. Douglas, and Laura S. Guy
  • 31. Advancing the Evolution of Sexual Offender Risk Assessment: The Relevance of Psychological Risk Factors - David Thornton and Deirdre M. D'Orazio
  • 32. Further Support for a Convergent Approach to Sex Offender Risk Assessment - Jeffrey C. Singer, Martin Rettenberger, and Douglas P. Boer
  • Section III: Assessing Treatment Need
  • 33. Risk Assessment and Treatment Planning - Jayson Ware and Danielle Matsuo
  • 34. Case Formulation - Jo Thakker
  • 35. Neurobiological Implications in Assessing Treatment Need in Sexual Offenders - Andreas Mokros, Benedikt Habermeyer, and Elmar Habermeyer
  • 36. Assessing Treatment Change in Sexual Offenders - Mark E. Olver and Stephen C. P. Wong
  • Section IV: Diagnostic Assessment and Sexual Interest
  • 37. Clinical Assessment of Sexual Deviance - Jan Looman
  • 38. The Use of Phallometric Testing in the Diagnosis, Treatment, and Risk Management of Male Adults Who Have Sexually Offended - Robin J. Wilson
  • 39. Assessment of Sexual Sadism - William L. Marshall, Stephen J. Hucker, Joachim Nitschke, and Andreas Mokros
  • 40. The Forensic Relevance of Paedophilia in the Assessment of Child Molesters - Reinhard Eher
  • 41. The Assessment of Paraphilic and Non-Paraphilic Rapists - Drew A. Kingston
  • 42. Use of the DSM-5 Paraphilias Taxonomy and Its Residual Categories in Sexually Violent Predator Evaluations - Richard Wollert and Allen Frances
  • 43. Structural and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Assessing Sexual Preference - Kirsten Jordan, Peter Fromberger, and Jurgen L. Muller
  • 44. Indirect Measures of Deviant Sexual Interest - Ross M. Bartels, Nicola S. Gray, and Robert J. Snowden
  • 45. Eye-Tracking and Assessing Sexual Interest in Forensic Contexts - Todd E. Hogue, Charlotte Wesson, and Derek Perkins
  • Section V: Special Populations
  • 46. The Assessment of Female Sexual Offenders - Franca Cortoni and Theresa A. Gannon
  • 47. Internet Offenders: Typologies and Risk - Ethel Quayle
  • 48. Offence-Related Issues, Quality of Life, and Risk in Sex Offenders with Intellectual Disability - William R. Lindsay
  • 49. Mentally Ill Sex Offenders - Johann Brink and Karen Chu
  • 50. Assessment of Adolescents Who Have Sexually Offended - James R. Worling and Calvin M. Langton
  • 51. Assessing Unicorns: Do Incest Offenders Warrant Special Assessment Considerations? - A. Scott Aylwin and John R. Reddon
  • 52. Assessment of Sexual Homicide Offenders - Kevin J. Kerr and Anthony R. Beech
  • Section VI: Ethics and Rights
  • 53. Rights and Risk Assessment in Sex Offenders - Tony Ward and Astrid Birgden
  • 54. Risk Assessment and Culture: Issues for Research and Practice - Armon J. Tamatea and Douglas P. Boer
  • Section VII: Conclusions
  • 55. Risk Assessment for Sexual Offenders: Where to from Here? - Leam A. Craig and Martin Rettenberger
  • Part III: Treatment
  • About the Editors
  • Contributors to Part III
  • 56. The Treatment of Adult Male Sex Offenders - William L. Marshall and Liam E. Marshall
  • 57. Treatment of Adolescents Who Have Sexually Offended - James R. Worling and Calvin M. Langton
  • 58. Treatment of Female Sex Offenders - Franca Cortoni
  • 59. Treatment of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities and Problematic Sexual Behaviours - Douglas P. Boer
  • 60. The Rise and Fall of Relapse Prevention: An Update - D. Richard Laws
  • 61. The Risk-Need-Responsivity Model: Applications to Sex Offender Treatment - Mark E. Olver
  • 62. Multisystemic Therapy for Youths with Problem Sexual Behaviours: Empirical, Theoretical, and Clinical Foundations - Charles M. Borduin, Alex R. Dopp, Beverly J. Borduin, and Richard J. Munschy
  • 63. Psychoanalytic Treatment of Sex Offenders: A Short Historical Sketch - Friedemann Pfdfflin
  • 64. Application of an Integrated Good Lives Approach to Sexual Offending Treatment - Gwenda M. Willis, David S. Prescott, and Pamela M. Yates
  • 65. Sexual Functioning in the Treatment of Sex Offenders - William L. Marshall, Kathryn S. K. Hall, and Chin-pang Woo
  • 66. Treating Cognitive Components of Sexual Offending - Ruth E. Mann and Georgia D. Barnett
  • 67. The Ties That Bind: Relationship and Attachment Targets in Work with Sex Offenders - Phil Rich
  • 68. Self-Regulation Targets - Clare-Ann Fortune and Tony Ward
  • 69. Responsive Contexts and Therapeutic Processes - Andrew Frost
  • 70. At Our Best: Motivation and Motivational Interviewing - David S. Prescott
  • 71. Sex Offender Treatment Skills and Approaches: Group Therapy - Andrew Frost, Jayson Ware, and Douglas P. Boer
  • 72. Support and Accountability: Promoting Desistance from Sexual Offending Through Community Engagement - Robin J. Wilson, Kathryn J. Fox, and Andrew J. McWhinnie
  • 73. Training and Supervision to Ensure Therapeutic Competency - Yolanda M. Fernandez and Jayson Ware
  • 74. Ethical Sex Offender Treatment - Astrid Birgden and Tony Ward
  • 75. Preparing Sex Offenders for Treatment - MattD. O'Brien
  • 76. Responding to Categorical Denial, Refusal, and Treatment Drop-Out - Jayson Ware and Nicholas Blagden
  • 77. Client-Based Assessment of Need and Change - Ralph C. Serin and Laura J. Hanby
  • 78. Therapist-Based Assessment of Need and Change - Sarah M. Beggs Christofferson
  • 79. Where to from Here? - Liam E. Marshall