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Relapse Prevention PlanTeam CCPSS/405April 29, 2019John Beazoglou
Relapse Prevention PlanThe purpose of the relapse prevention is to help the offender understand their deviant behavior and things just don’t “happen”. It helps the offender make a series of choices and better judgment calls. The intervention teaches the offender their offense cycle, their risk factors and how to respond appropriately. The intervention/prevention phase are:Justification Phase Pretend to be normalTrigger Buildup phasePre Act out phase Act out abuse phase
Justification“Justifications in addition to minimizing or denying their offenses, sex offenders make excuses as to why they committed the deviant acts. By justifying their actions, offenders acknowledge their guilt in the acts but they do not take responsibility for them. Commonly, they blame the victims for their offenses or justify their offenses through the victims' actions.”Terry, K. J. (2016). Sexual Offenses and Offenders: Theory, Practice, and Policy, Second Edition (2nd ed.). Retrieved from
Pretend to be normal

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