The purpose of this paper is to consider the current knowledge in regard to females who engage in sexually harmful behaviour (HSB).
This is a brief paper, reviewing current literature.
This paper argues the continual limitations in fully understanding this population. However, it suggests the importance of progressing to discuss patterns of offending as opposed to typologies.
This argues the importance of effective formulation and consideration of patterns when understanding HSB in females.
This is a current brief review of the literature, summarising key thinking in this area, and some suggested ways forward for further progression.
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