Relapse prevention One study evaluated a 3-month, relapse prevention treatment program consisting of 1-hr weekly sessions delivered to 10 participants Rea et al. Managing the support of a sex offender with learning disabilities in the community: A team approach to intervention. Results Study Characteristics Study design Table 1 summarizes study designs, sample characteristics, and treatment procedures for the 18 studies included in the systematic review.
The assessment of dynamic risk and recidivism in a sample of special needs sexual offenders. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. The only study with a mainstream sex offender comparison group by Keeling et al.
Behavioral: one participant sexually abusive during group sessions.
Poor generalization occurred for the skill of avoiding locations where potential victims congregate. Information was not disclosed on treatment procedures or content of concurrent or supplemental interventions that might have occurred alongside any of the treatment evaluations. Sample characteristics Overall, the sample size across all 18 studies ranged from 4 Lindsay, Neilson et al.
The B3 program supports individuals with developmental disabilities who are considered sex offenders or have been assessed as being a high-risk for becoming a sex offender. For each database, the search was restricted to a year period between and and was designed to retrieve only articles that were published in peer-reviewed journals.
PST builds upon concepts from applied behavioral analysis to identify links in chains of behavior. Introduction It is well established that treatment providers must attenuate the risk of harm to society by delivering effective evidence-based treatments to sex offenders. Software for the meta-analytic review of research literatures.
Pre—post with comparison group and follow-up.