Journal of Criminal Psychology: Volume 7 Issue 3

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Table of contents - Special Issue: Strengths-based approaches used when working with people with sexual convictions

Guest Editors: Stephanie Kewley, Ross M. Bartels, Anthony R. Beech

The development of the active risk management system

Stephanie Kewley, Mark Blandford

The purpose of this paper is to detail the development and implementation process of a risk management tool that includes the assessment of static and dynamic factors, as…

Policing people with sexual convictions using strengths-based approaches

Stephanie Kewley

Effective risk management planning ought to include strategies that help control and mitigate risk, as well as develop and strengthen client’s protective factors. The…

Strength-based approaches to online child sexual abuse: using self-management strategies to enhance desistance behaviour in users of child sexual exploitation material

Hannah Merdian, Danielle Kettleborough, Kieran McCartan, Derek E. Perkins

Increasing numbers of convictions for the use of child sexual exploitation material (CSEM) call for enhanced measures to prevent this type of offending. Strength-based…

Evaluating the responsivity principle in prison-based programs for sexual offending behavior

Deirdre M. D’Orazio

The purpose of this paper is to examine the degree to which a US prison-based sexual offender treatment program adheres to the best practice responsivity principle and to…

The importance of the therapeutic alliance when working with men who have committed a sexual offence

Carollyne Youssef

While there is general agreement in the literature regarding the importance of the therapeutic alliance (TA) in psychological interventions with people, the forensic…

An evaluation of strength-based approaches to the treatment of sex offenders: a review

William L. Marshall, Liam E. Marshall, Mark E. Olver

The purpose of this paper is to note the basis for the emergence of strength-based approaches (SBA) to the treatment of sex offenders and point to Tony Ward’s Good Lives…

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ISSN:

2009-3829

Online date, start – end:

2011

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Dominic Willmott