Working With Men Who Have Sexually Abused Children (2006)
AuthorsFrost, A.show all
Attention to those who offend and their abusive conduct has gained prominence in the literature, both with regard to the development of theory and in relation to treatment approaches. The response has, until recently, relied heavily on the deductive application of psychological theory, especially from the cognitive-behavioural area. New approaches, however, are emerging.
CitationFrost, A. (2006) Working With Men Who Have Sexually Abused Children. Te Awatea Review, 4(1), pp. 17-20.
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