Therapist Guide for Maintaining Change: Relapse Prevention for Adult Male Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse [With Maintaining Change]
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Therapist Guide for Maintaining Change: Relapse Prevention for Adult Male Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse [With Maintaining Change]

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ISBN-13:
9780761911302
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.09.1997
Seiten:
184
Autor:
Hilary Eldridge
Gewicht:
907 g
Format:
277x213x30 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
Foreword - D Richard Laws
PART ONE: USING `MAINTAINING CHANGE'
A Therapist Guide with Accompanying Manual for Perpetrators
PART TWO: THE CHANGE PROCESS
Increasing the Emphasis on Maintenance as the Offender Progresses through Therapy
Monitoring the Offender's Progress
PART THREE: THE PHASES OF CHANGE LINKED TO THE EXERCISES IN `MAINTAINING CHANGE: A PERSONAL RELAPSE PREVENTION MANUAL'
Phase 1
From the Beginning to the Midpoint of Therapy
Motivating Offenders
Working with Blocks to Receptivity
Working with Multidimensional Cycles of Sex Offending
Building Networks - Hilary Eldridge and Jenny Still
Phase 1
Phase 2
From the Midpoint of Therapy Onward
Personal Relapse Prevention Manual Phase 2, Section A
The Cycle and Routes to Relapse
Personal Relapse Prevention Manual Phase 2, Section B
Preventing and Dealing with Risky Moods
Personal Relapse Prevention Manual Phase 2, Section C
The Relapse Prevention Collection
Building Effective Networks
Phase 2
Phase 3
After Formal Therapy
Post-Intervention Monitoring and Callback
Continued Use of Phases 1 and 2 of the Manual
Working with a Network
CONCLUSION: A BROADER PERSPECTIVE ON RELAPSE PREVENTION
Providing step-by-step guidelines to relapse prevention with adult male child sex abusers, this guide is based on the author's experience of piloting a unique cognitive-behavioural treatment approach in community-based, secure hospital and prison sex offender programmes. Hilary Eldridge presents the theoretical base for relapse prevention, and includes information on: the relapse process and its implications for assessment of perpetrator patterns; intervention in those patterns and maintenance of change; rationale for the exercises used in each phase; how to introduce the exercises; how to deal with client questions and resistance; and different ways of explaining the materials. The author also provides sample therapist/client dialogue.