Female Sexual Offenders: Theory, Assessment, and Treatment
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This book focuses on contemporary topics relevant to individuals who assess female sexual offenders and the first to implement the scientist-practitioner model in the field. It integrates the latest research from leading experts regarding prevalence, theory, and practice in one accessible resource. It brings together chapters on novel topics, such as treatment program initiatives and therapeutic process issues specifically relevant to female sexual offenders. Providing not only the latest theory and research but also best practices for the field, this is an important perspective on the problem of female sexual offending.
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