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Trauma Informed Care: Transforming Treatment for People Who Have Sexually Abused
Levenson, Jill S., PhD, MSW, LCSW, Gwenda M. Willis, phD, PGDipCLinPsyc, and David S. Prescott, MSW, LICSW
Safer Society Press / Softcover / 2018-01-01 / 1940234085
Sex Offenders / Trauma
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Learn how trauma-informed care can enhance the effectiveness of the treatment of people who have sexually abused.

In this book, readers will become well-versed in the cross-disciplinary research describing the impact of early childhood trauma on cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral development. The authors focus on two general skills: 1) case conceptualization and 2) trauma-informed responding. Readers will be able to define principles of trauma-informed care, identify its essential components, and conceptualize cases through a perspective informed by trauma research. The goal is to help clinicians working with sex offenders transform their interventions to a collaborative and dynamic, process-oriented approach that uses the therapeutic encounter as a corrective emotional experience. And, ultimately, more effective treatment.The book is filled with case studies and examples to illustrate the concepts.

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