Adult sex offenders
Megan N. Carter , Portland State University. Sex offenders -- Psychology, Teenage sex offenders -- Psychology, Child sexual abuse -- Psychological aspects, Paraphilias -- Psychology, Sexual fantasies -- Psychological aspects, Youth and violence. Child sexual abuse CSA has been recognized as a widespread and devastating problem in our society.
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"Adult and Juvenile Sexual Offenders: The Use of Violence and Fantasies" by Megan N. Carter
Sex offenders are often neglected by psychiatrists due to a deficiency in training and a lack of knowledge in the area of sexual offenders. Many sex offenders have a comorbid psychiatric illness, including paraphilic disorders. Research has established that sex offenders can be treated with evidence-based principles. Psychiatrists can serve a pivotal role in the evaluation and biological treatment of sex offenders. Together, psychiatrists can work toward primary prevention of sexual violence by learning the requisite skills to identify and treat risk factors of sexual abuse.
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Sex Offenders: General Information and Treatment
This article provides an overview of the current state of treatment of adult male sex offenders, with a focus on the effectiveness of treatment, which boils down to one question: Does it reduce victimization and, if so, by how much? Available data admittedly provide an imperfect answer. The term 're-offense' signifies a sex offender who as been caught, prosecuted, and convicted for a subsequent sex offense. Re-offenders represent only a small proportion of the total number of sex offenders. Relapse prevention, a treatment model developed in the early s that continues to be used today, is a self-control model that teaches the individual to identify and recognize a unique pattern of thoughts, feelings, and situations that precede and lead to relapses.
A sex offender sexual offender , sex abuser , or sexual abuser is a person who has committed a sex crime. What constitutes a sex crime differs by culture and legal jurisdiction. The majority of convicted sex offenders have convictions for crimes of a sexual nature; however, some sex offenders have simply violated a law contained in a sexual category.
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