Articles Drawn From "Perspectives" The Quarterly Newsletter of CCOSO
References for recent newsletter articles
The Neurobiology of Dysregulation and Juvenile Sexually Abusive Behavior, by Barry Anechiarico LICSW
Moving beyond the Standard Model for Actuarial
Assessment for Sexual Offenders, by David Thornton, R. Karl Hansen and Leslie Helmus
Sexual Sadism: Closing in on an Elusive Diagnosis, by Julia E. McLawsen, M.A., and Rebecca L. Jackson, Ph.D.
Vicarious Trauma: What are the Protective Measures, by Barry Anechiarico LICSW
The Role of Local Base Rate Information in Determining the Accuracy of Sexual Recidivism Actuarial Instruments, by Brian R. Abbot, Ph.D.
California Sex Offender Management Board Releases Initial Assessment, by Suzanne Brown-McBride and the CASOMB Staff
Expanding Sex Offender Treatment, by Jay Adams, Ph.D.
Eradicating the Pandemic of Child Sexual Abuse, by Heather Steele, MBA
Challenging Traditional Paradigms: Applying the Trauma Outcome Process (TOPA) Model In Treating Sexually Abusive Youth Who Have Histories of Abusive Trauma, by Lucinda A. Rasmussen, PhD, LCSW
Abuse, Affective Dysregulation and Shame: Neglected Aspects of Sex Offender Treatment: Where are We Now, & How Did We Get here?, by Jay Adams, Ph.D.
Good People Do Bad Things, Adapted from Prescott, D.S., and Longo, R.E. (2005 in Press) (References Included)
Some Thoughts About Treatment Efficacy and the Polygraph, by Kim English, M.A. (References Included)
The Use of Popular Video in Treatment by Eugene A. Merlin, MFT
Comparison of PPG and AASI Assessing Offenders by Wes Maram, Ph.D. Community Management of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Who Have Sexual Behavior Problems by Gerry Blasingame, MA
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Reasons Why We Can’t Profile Sex Offenders by L.C. Miccio-Fonseca, Ph. D. (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Juvenile Sex Offender Needs vs Education by Craig Fredericks, MLMFT, Teen Triumph (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Sexual Offender Treatment Enhanced by Consideration of Learning Styles by Keven Lee, MFT (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Let’s Talk Dope by Richard Chreighton Cole, PhD (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
What Practitioners Think About Ethical Dilemmas of Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Risk Assessment: A Short Introduction (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Risk Assessment Part 2 (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Attempting to Measure Sexual Deviance Among Persons with Intellectual Disabilities Using Abel Assessement for Sexual Interest (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Five Years Later: Wishing I Knew Then What I Know Now by Jennifer Morant, M.S.W. (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Dressed to Heal (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Psychopharmacology and Juvenile Sex Offenders by Paul Copeland D.O.
Developmental Disability and Culpability by Gerry Blasingame, M.A., L.M.F.T.
Victim Work:Fertile Training For Offender Therapists by Kathy Ellis, LMFT and Niki Delson, LCSW
Internet Crimes Against Children - US Department of Justice Report
Living with Sex Offenders: Enhancing The Containment Model by Ron Kokish
Why Adults Molest Chidren by Ron Kokish
Victimization to Perpetrator? by Niki Delson
Overcoming Denial Among Sexual Offenders by Gerry D. Blasingame
"Roofies" - Date Rape Drug by Trinka Porrata
Recidivism and Treatment Effectiveness with Adolescent Sexual Offenders by Niki Delson
Hidden Dangers On The Information Superhighway by Matthew Rosenberg
Sex Offender Treatment: Does It Work? Is It Worth It? by Ron Kokish
Developing The Team In Work With The Sex Offender:
A Treater’s Point of View by Marcia Rogers, LCSW
Future Directions: Defining the Challenges that Lie Ahead by John A. Hunter, Jr., Ph.D. - University of Arizona, Tucson
Challenging Our Thoughts by Robert E. Freeman-Longo, MRC, LPC, CCJS