• Title: The Juvenile Sex Offender
  • Author: Howard E. Barbaree Phd, William L. Marshall PhD, Stephen M. Hudson
  • Released: 1993-08-13
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 329
  • ISBN: 0898621208
  • ISBN13: 978-0898621204
  • ASIN: 0898621208
Review "The publication of this authoritative book on a subject of enormous importance and alarming magnitude is timely and welcome. It provides a comprehensive and up-to-date account of knowledge on the subject and identifies the major problems and challenges. As this book demonstrates, there is an urgent need for resources to be provided for dealing with juvenile sexual offenders." --Jack Rachman, PhD, University of British Columbia

"Howard Barbaree, whose clinical research and theoretical contributions to sexual offender assessment and treatment has gained him international recognition, has made him yet another notable contribution with The Juvenile Sex Offender. And he and the other Canadians who are significantly represented among the contributors, are compelling demonstrations that research, like the economy, is increasingly international.

In the past decade, stimulated by the recognition that juveniles account for a significant proportion of sex offenses, and that effective intervention with juveniles has the potential to prevent progression to long and serious careers of adult offending, programs for juvenile sex offenders in the United States have grown from virtually none to exceed those for adult sex offenders. Until now, there was no book that brought together relevant research. This book addresses that void with an impressive array of scholarly contributions which both utilize research with juveniles and, recognizing that the distinction between adults and juveniles is blurry, draws on much relevant research with adult sex offenders as well. For anyone seriously concerned with juvenile sex offenders, this book is thus essential reading." --James Breiling, PhD, Violence and Traumatic Stress Research Branch, NIMH

"In THE JUVENILE SEX OFFENDER, the editors make a major contribution in summarizing the current theoretical and clinical knowledge base while framing the agenda for the next stage of research on juvenile sex offending. Though an invaluable resource for researchers, this volume also drives home the critical point that the need for further etiological data, taxonomies, and longitudinal studies on juvenile sex offenders is crucial to understanding and preventing such harmful behaviors in the future. Practitioners, too, will find many rare gems included in the vast array of clinical treasures ranging from the importance of attachment bonds in the development of juvenile sex offending to the first published and long-awaited relapse prevention model for sexually aggressive adolescents and children." --Fay Honey Knopp, Safer Society Program

About the Author Howard Barbaree, PhD, is currently Head of Impulse Control Disorders Programme at the Clark Institute of Psychiatry in Toronto, Canada. For the past 13 years, he has been a Professor in Psychology at Queen's University, during which time he has devoted most of his professional work to research, teaching, and clinical practice related to sexual aggression and sexual deviance. Dr. Barbaree has published numerous journal articals and book chapters on the topic, and he is co-editor of the Handbook of Sexual Assault: Issues, Theories, and Treatment of the Offender (Plenum Publishing Corp.). He is the founding director of the Warkworth Sexual Behavior Clinic, a Canadian Federal Penitentiary treatment program for sexual offenders. Dr. Barbaree was born and educated in British Columbia, Canada, and received his PhD in Psychology from Queen's University in 1974.

William Marshall, PhD, is a Professor of Psychology at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada. He has devoted the past 23 years to research and clinical aspects of the assessment and treatment of the sex offender. He has published extensively, with over 100 journal articles and book chapters to his credit. He is a co-editor of the Handbook of Sexual Assault: Issues, Theories, and Treatment of the Offender (Plenum Publishing Corp.)., and co-author of Criminal Neglect: Why Sex Offenders Go Free (Doubleday). Dr. Marshall is the founding Director of the Kingstom Sexual Behavior Clinic, a community-based assessment and treatment program for adult and adolescent sex offenders. In addition, he has assisted in the establishment of sex offender treatment programs in six different countires throughout the world. Dr. Marshall was born in Australis, educated in England, and received his PhD from Queen's University in 1971.

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