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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Tony Ward,D. Richard Laws
  • ISBN:
    160623935X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1606239353
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  • Publisher:
    The Guilford Press; 1 edition (September 29, 2010)
  • Pages:
    306 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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In their interdisciplinary book, Laws and. Ward present a reintegration model for sex offenders that builds on the . Amalgamating theory and practice Laws and Ward propose to construct a picture

In their interdisciplinary book, Laws and. Ward present a reintegration model for sex offenders that builds on the similarities. between all people – the need to be well and the need to be loved. Laws and Ward, drawing on criminology and forensic psychology, propose a theoretically informed. programme designed to enhance a smooth transition from prison to community. Amalgamating theory and practice Laws and Ward propose to construct a picture. of an offender by drawing on a life history calendar (as used by Sampson and. Laub) in conjunction with a life story interview (as Maruna proposed) with the.

This book offers a fresh perspective on treating a population that is often demonized by policymakers, the public, and even clinicians. The authors argue that most sex offenders are "people like us," with the potential to lead meaningful, law-abiding lives-if given a chance and appropriate support. Drawing on the latest knowledge about factors promoting desistance from crime, the book discusses how encouraging naturally occurring desistance processes, and directly addressing barriers to community reintegration, can make treatment more effective and long lasting. Categories: Psychology\Love, erotic.

Richard Laws and Tony Ward. Laws and Ward's book is well worth the wait

Richard Laws and Tony Ward. This book offers a fresh perspective on treating a population that is often demonized by policymakers, the public, and even clinicians. Desistance from Sex Offending. Alternatives to Throwing Away the Keys. D. Richard Laws and Tony Ward. Laws and Ward's book is well worth the wait.

Richard Laws and Tony Ward The authors argue that most sex offenders are "people like us," with the potential to lead meaningful, law-abiding lives-if given a chance and appropriate support. They describe an empirically and theoretically grounded rehabilitation approach, the Good Lives Model, which can be integrated with the assessment and intervention approaches that clinicians already use.

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Richard Laws, Tony Ward. Place of Publication. Dr. Laws holds appointments at Simon Fraser University (Canada) and the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom).

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This book offers a fresh perspective on treating a population that is often demonized by policymakers, the public, and even clinicians. The authors argue that most sex offenders are "people like us," with the potential to lead meaningful, law-abiding lives—if given a chance and appropriate support. They describe an empirically and theoretically grounded rehabilitation approach, the Good Lives Model, which can be integrated with the assessment and intervention approaches that clinicians already use. Drawing on the latest knowledge about factors promoting desistance from crime, the book discusses how encouraging naturally occurring desistance processes, and directly addressing barriers to community reintegration, can make treatment more effective and long lasting.