TITLE

Peer counselling strategies: Facilitating self-disclosure among sexually victimized juvenile

AUTHOR(S)
Brannon, James M.; Larson, Billie
PUB. DATE
April 1991
SOURCE
Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling;Apr91, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p51
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Investigates the childhood sexual victimization among juvenile offenders. Emergence of sexual victimization among young males; Self-disclosure on victimized offenders; Clarification of intervention strategies to facilitate self-disclosure; Categorization of sexual molestation; Use of chi-square goodness to fit analysis in studying sexual abuse prevalence rates.
ACCESSION #
9706180391

 

Related Articles

  • Court of Appeal (Civil Division). Gillespie, Alisdair A. // Journal of Criminal Law;Oct2009, Vol. 73 Issue 5, p385 

    The article discusses the court case, R v. Secretary of State for Justice, wherein the Division Court ruled that notification requirements without the possibility of review was disproportionate interference with the right of the accused. The case involved an 11 years old who committed two...

  • A Community Treatment Model for Adolescents Who Sexually Harm: Diverting Youth from Criminal Justice to Therapeutic Responses. Pratt, Russ // International Journal of Behavioral Consultation & Therapy;2013, Vol. 8 Issue 3/4, p37 

    The costs of treating youth who sexually harm others can exceed $200,000 Australian (US$220,000) per annum when they are placed in a residential type facility in either Australia or North America. Following the financial meltdown of the past two years, North American based residential-style...

  • Childhood Abuse and Adolescent Sexual Re-Offending: A Meta-Analysis. Mallie, Adana; Viljoen, Jodi; Mordell, Sarah; Spice, Andrew; Roesch, Ronald // Child & Youth Care Forum;Oct2011, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p401 

    Recent research indicates that adolescents who have sexually offended are more likely than other adolescents to have a history of sexual and physical abuse. However, it is unclear whether abuse predicts re-offending among these adolescents. To examine this relationship, a meta-analysis was...

  • Using Mindfulness in the Treatment of Adolescent Sexual Abusers: Contributing Common Factor or a Primary Modality? Jennings, Jerry L.; Apsche, Jack A.; Blossom, Paige; Bayles, Corliss // International Journal of Behavioral Consultation & Therapy;2013, Vol. 8 Issue 3/4, p17 

    Although mindfulness has become a mainstream methodology in mental health treatment, it is a relatively new approach with adolescents, and perhaps especially youth with sexual behavior problems. Nevertheless, clinical experience and several empirical studies are available to show the...

  • Women abused as children. Felitti, Vincent J.; Laws, Ami // Patient Care;11/15/1993, Vol. 27 Issue 18, p169 

    Focuses on the sexual abuse of women as children. Psychological effects; Risk factors; Causes; Abuse predictors; Statistics on childhood sexual abuse. INSETS: The obesity connection.;The false memory controversy..

  • Foreword. Tomison, Adam // Trends & Issues in Crime & Criminal Justice;Jun2012, Issue 440, p1 

    A foreword to the current issue of the periodical "Trends & Issues in Crime & Criminal Justice" is presented.

  • Some post-christian realities. Cohen, Alexandra // Human Life Review;Spring97, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p53 

    Focuses on perverse sex scandals happening in Belgium. Information about Belgian children who were abducted, sexually abused, tortured and murder; Involvement of cults in the scandals; Reactions of the Belgian people on the scandals; Investigations conducted by Belgian authorities regarding the...

  • Of Professors and Pedophiles. Lerner, Barbara // Commentary;Apr99, Vol. 107 Issue 4, p38 

    Offers observation on child molestation. Discussion on the true incidence of child molestation in the United States; Reason for the popularity of the child-molestation issue; Evaluation on Freud's resistance to sexualizing children.

  • 'Sex ring' fallout. Blodgett, Nancy // ABA Journal;Feb85, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p17 

    Discusses the lawsuit filed by six Jordan, Minnesota families once charged of sexual abuse against children against Scott County attorney R. Kathleen Morris, other county officials and therapists involved in the initial criminal proceedings. Details of the sexual abuse cases against the...

Share

Read the Article

Other Topics