Sexual Crime and Trauma

  • Helen Swaby Belinda Winder Rebecca Lievesley
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This book explores the growing understanding and evidence base for the role of trauma in sexual offending. It represents a paradigm shift, in which trauma is becoming an important risk factor to be considered in the treatment of individuals convicted of sexual crime. The authors consider the theoretical and historical explanations and understandings of sexual offending and its relationship with early trauma, paving the way for a volume which considers client's treatment needs through a new, trauma-informed lens. The experiences and challenges of specific groups are also explored, including young people and women. Readable, yet firmly anchored in a sound evidence base, this book is relevant to psychologists, therapists, criminologists, psychiatrists, mental health nurses, social workers, students, and to practitioners and the general public with an interest in learning more about the topic.
Inhoudsopgave
Foreword; Jill Levenson.- Chapter 1: The historical and theoretical context of trauma in the perpetration of sexual crime; Liam Marshall.- Chapter 2: Treatment approaches to trauma for those convicted of sexual crime: Interventions globally; Lawrence Jones.- Chapter 3: Trauma-informed care in secure settings: The whys, hows and challenges associated; David S. Prescott.- Chapter 4: Cultivating Compassion Focussed Practice for those who have committed sexual offences; Jon Taylor, Geraldine Akerman and Kerensa Hocken.- Chapter 5: Trauma and young people who display sexually harmful behaviour; Kevin Creeden.- Chapter 6: Women who commit sexual offences and their trauma-informed care; Jude Kelman and Gillian Sutcliffe.- Chapter 7: Compati | To suffer with: The cost of caring Compassion Focused Staff Support as an antidote to the cost of caring in forensic services; Kate Lucre & Jon Taylor.- Chapter 8: Abuse, offending, and addressing this in therapy: A staff and service user's perspective on the journey to self-acceptance and a crime-free life; Geraldine Akerman and Thomas Andrews.- Chapter 9: Evidence-based practice and the role of trauma-informed care in sex offending treatment; Jill S. Levenson, Gwenda M. Willis, and David S. Prescott.
Productdetails
Uitgavejaar 2020
ISBN 9783030490676
Serie Sexual Crime
Verschijningsdatum 3 okt. 2020
Omvang 239
Editie 1st ed. 2020
Auteur(s) Helen Swaby Belinda Winder Rebecca Lievesley
Bindwijze Gebonden
Taal Engels
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