PSYCRIM - Treatment: 1.BIJLEVELD, C., &HENDRIKS, J....

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Treatment: 1. , J. (2003). JUVENILE SEX OFFENDERS: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GROUP AND SOLO OFFENDERS. Psychology, Crime, and Law, 9(3), 237-245 -JSO receive CBT (cognitive restructuring), empathy training, relapse prevention, and social skills. -This is for both solo and group offenders. - Group therapy for group offenders should emphasize the group dynamics of their offenses (the influence of offending in a group, peer pressure, watching peers offend), take responsibility for own actions, and socialization. Less focus is needed on personality aspects and because group offenders tend to have less problematic personality structures, treatment may be shorter form this group. 2. Calley, N.G., (2007). Promoting an Outcomes-Based Treatment Milieu for Juvenile Sexual Offenders: A Guided Approach to Assessment. Joumat of Mentat Heatth Counseting, 29 (2), 121-143 -risk for nonsexual and sexual recidivism. -recidivism rates following treatment = 8-14%
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