Adolescents Who Sexually Abuse
featuring David S. Prescott, LICSW
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“Teenagers are going to develop in whatever ways we make possible for them,” says David Prescott, in this hopeful and sensitive presentation about the ability of the adolescent mind to change and move on from unhealthy and harmful behaviors. Prescott discusses why adolescents should not be treated with the same models we use for adult offenders, and he argues that the client-clinician relationship affects the outcome of the therapeutic process. The result is inspiring and educational. (2014)
Recorded at the 2014 MASOC/MATSA Conference in Massachusetts.
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Other titles in our new Conference Workshop Video Series:
- Making a Better Life Happen – Integrating the good Lives Model Into Sexual Offender Treatment
- More Than Just Fun – Utilizing Recreation Therapy as Part of Your Treatment Model
- Group Therapy with Adult Sexual Abusers – Essential Elements of Effective Groups
- Female Therapists Working with Male Sex Offenders – Effectively Managing the Clinical Challenges to Optimize the Therapeutic Alliance
- Guiding Sexual Offender Management and Treatment Using Risk-Need-Responsivity Principles – Featuring: Sandy Jung & Liam Ennis