PSY 265 Week 8-DQ 2
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PSY 265 Week 8-DQ 2

Course Number: PSY/265 PSY/265, Fall 2009

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DQ2 The most common form of treatment is group therapy, which is based on the belief that although offenders may fool counselors, they do not easily fool one another (Kaplan, 1993). Innovative programs and medical interventions are also forms of treatment for sex offenders. I think that the offender would have to want treatment in order for the treatment to do any good. I do think that some mandatory classes may...

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most DQ2 The common form of treatment is group therapy, which is based on the belief that although offenders may fool counselors, they do not easily fool one another (Kaplan, 1993). Innovative programs and medical interventions are also forms of treatment for sex offenders. I think that the offender would have to want treatment in order for the treatment to do any good. I do think that some mandatory classes may be needed to the get offender going in the right direction toward help. I believe too that every situation is different when it comes to the punishment. A law is a law BUT when you have a 17 yr old girl dating an 18 year old boy and the parents press charges, the boy should not be punished by going to prison for five years. I think that all sexual assault is a crime but with exceptions like the one I mentioned above, some cases not all

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