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Practical Treatment Strategies for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities : Working with Forensic Clients with Severe and Sex
Gerry D. Blasingame, MA (Edt)
Safer Society Press / Softcover / 2006-09-01 / 1885473753
Sex Offenders / Developmental Disorders
reg price: $79.95 our price: $ 71.96
150 pages
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The professional community will benefit from this resource that brings together various issues, needs, and theories to enrich intervention and forensic work with persons with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. The book delivers solutions to the unique challenges and adjustments needed to effectively engage and intervene with ID/DD clients who have severe behavioral problems, including management of sexual behavior, aggression, and anger, as well as victim treatment and treating mental illness.

Chapters include:
• Communication Challenges
• Therapeutic and Communications Skills
• Overcoming Barriers in the Therapeutic Process
• Modification to Assessment, Treatment, and Case
Management
• Creative Cognitive Interventions
• Paradigm Reconstruction
• Experimental Learning and Integrative Exercises
• Behavioral Intervention
• Staff Training Issues and Challenges
• Inpatient Programming

Planned Contributors include:
James Haaven, MA
Krishan Hansen, MSW
Steve Mussack, PhD
Sandra A. Wilson, MA
J. Russell York, PhD

Gerry D. Blasingame, MA is the Executive and Clinical Director of a program dedicated to the treatment of developmentally disabled offenders. He is an accomplished presenter of many forms of family violence. Since 1985, Blasingame has been treating children, teens, and adults impacted by family violence. He has presented numerous trainings on the treatment of mainstream and developmentally delayed clients.

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