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Roadmaps to Recovery

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Roadmaps to Recovery

Model Number: WP122
From the author of Pathways, a workbook for children with sexual behavior problems.
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Roadmaps to Recovery
A Guided Workbook for Children in Treatment

by Timothy J. Kahn, M.S.W.

Since its first publication in 1999, the Roadmaps to Recovery workbook has been helping abuse-reactive boys and girls ages six to twelve overcome sexual behavior problems. Now Timothy J. Kahn has thoroughly updated, revised and enhanced the material for the second edition, including additional emphasis on becoming a survivor.

Roadmaps to Recovery incorporates many components of Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to facilitate a core evidence-based intervention. Therapy is broken down into 16 distinct steps to help children learn healthier behaviors. Buzzbee, the cartoon jeep, helps your young client navigate these chapters and exercises, and provides a comfortable context in which to establish and maintain the therapeutic dialog.

With compassion and humor, Tim Kahn has made the second edition of Roadmaps to Recovery an even more powerful tool for helping abuse-reactive children change from victims to survivors, and develop healthier behaviors along the way. (2007)

A note from the author:

“If you're thinking about using Roadmaps, I encourage you to also look at the Healthy Families book because it really helps get the family involved in the process of individual treatment.”

—Timothy Kahn

284 pages, paper
Order#: WP122

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    1. I’ve used Roadmaps to Recovery with elementary school clients. For adolescents, I’ve used Pathways. For individual with developmental disabilities, I’ve used Footprints. Depending on individual needs I use portions of any of these resources. When I first started working with individuals with problematic sexual behavior and/or sex offenses my practice was focused on an adolescent population. Pathways was very helpful to provide structure and to keep my oriented. As my confidence and competence grew, I was more inclined to venture off and dovetail my approach. More recently, I’ve incorporated Good Lives concepts with my adolescent clients–up to age 25 or so, given what we know about brain development.

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