Women Working in Criminal Justice
Written by Laura Jakul and Bobbi Walling, Women Working in Criminal Justice is the first book that explores in-depth the gender dynamics and professional obstacles affecting women working in the field, especially with mandated clients. It will be important reading for all women in criminal justice as well as men who supervise them.
Healing from Sexual Violence: The Case for Vicarious Restorative Justice
From Alissa Ackerman, PhD, and Jill Levenson, PhD, this book has the potential to change our perspective on the best way to create healing form sexual violence. Vicarious Restorative Justice (VRJ) is a new way to join victims and perpetrators in an innovative healing process. Look for it in March.
In the meantime, you can listen to Alissa Ackerman in the Safer Society Press Podcast episode: SSP15: A Conversation with Dr. Alissa Ackerman about Vicarious Restorative Justice with Sexual Abusers
Becoming the Person I Want to Be:
– A Good Lives Workbook for Men
– A Good Lives Workbook for Women
From David Prescott and Tyffani Dent, these workbooks are based on the Good Lives Model of rehabilitation for adult men and women and follow the lead of the Becoming Who I Want to Be series for young people in trouble with the law for a variety of problem behaviors. Available in April and May. They will be followed by an edition for ID clients.
Crossroads: Navigation in a Pornographic World
From Timothy Kahn, author of Pathways, Fourth Edition, the bestselling workbook for the treatment of sexually aggressive youth. Crossroads is designed to help young clients on probation or parole for their sexual behavior problems control their pornography use before it leads to further harm. Coming in June.
Working with Sexually Abused Children: A Guide for New Clinicians
From Constance DelGiudice, PhD, a guided approach for clinicians new to the process of working with children and adolescents with a history of sexual victimization. Coming in August.
In addition to those six books that will be coming soon, we have others in the works that we’re not quite ready to discuss. Stay tuned!