Rev. ed. of: Treating sex offenders in correctional institutions and outpatient clinics. c1991.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 309-311) and index.
Distinguishing characteristics of sex offenders: the who of treatment -- The inadequate personality -- The never-satisfied parent: negative self-image and selective perception -- Exaggerated needs for control -- Pervasive guilt and subjective judgment -- Relational issues -- Sexual performance problems -- Remaining characteristic deficits in adult offenders -- Treatment issues: overview -- The five cs of sex offender treatment -- Sexual "imprinting" as a consequence of early traumatic molestation -- Pedophiles -- Sexually assaultive versus seductive offenders -- The sex offender's motivation may not be sexual -- A "whole-man" approach to treatment -- Why sex as the "chosen" deviation? -- An overview of value formation -- Self-confrontation and resistance in the compulsive sex offender -- Religious personnel who molest children and adolescents.