Strengths detailed description treatment models for sex offenders in Hastings how program was adapted for sex offenders with IDD. Behaviors with high generalization consisted of avoiding physical contact with potential victims and avoiding looking at potential victims. The British Journal of Forensic Practice.
No follow-up assessments were collected on participants following the mindfulness intervention. Offenders with intellectual disability: The size of the problem and therapeutic outcomes. Behavioral: one participant sexually abusive during group sessions 6 months Cognitive: not specified Behavioral: no legal convictions for sex offenses but 3 out of 8 were sexually abusive Limitations short follow-up period, small sample size, 8 participants lost due to refusal to consent or moving out of the area, no specification of how treatment was adapted to sex offenders with IDD, small sample size, and no assessments performed at follow-up for cognitive measures.
One must remain cognizant of the heterogeneous nature of persons with intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. Strengths provided results on low functioning sample. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. Finally, out of all the studies, only one quasi-experimental study compared the effects of an adapted treatment for sex offenders with IDD to the effects of a mainstream CBT for a population of sex offenders without IDD.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Cited by: 4 articles PMID: CBT for 12 months in 2. The method of treatment delivery consisted of role-plays, watching videos, occasional quizzes, didactic presentations, group exercises, games, and group discussions.
Implementation variables were required to include length and frequency of sessions, topics covered during sessions, duration of treatment period, treatment modality, and methods of delivering treatment.