`The editors have produced a key text that will stimulate further discussion and investigation in this important field of work' - Community Care
This book presents a clear and comprehensive overview of the key factors involved in working with adolescent sex offenders.
With an emphasis throughout on practical guidance, leading practitioners address a number of important questions: Who are sexually abusive adolescents and what do they do? What are the current theories of adolescent sexual abusiveness? How can we address issues of risk estimation and management? What are the assumptions behind many aspects of assessment and treatment?