By Roger Kennington, David I Briggs
Briggs and Kennington's new ebook constitutes a entire and obtainable consultant to coping with males who sexually offend and attracts on contemporary advancements in cognitive-behavioural treatment. The authors emphasize the necessity to contain practice-based study and medical adventure in intervention suggestions. They reveal the significance of customizing interventions and describe the way to tailor therapy based on the person client's wishes. This quantity additionally examines the theoretical matters in the back of cognitive-behavioural interventions whilst facing this staff. From their very own large wisdom of latest perform within the usa and nice Britain, David Briggs and Roger Kennington supply insights and counsel for bettering ambitions and strategies in intervention. The better half quantity to "Assessing males Who Sexually Abuse", "Managing males Who Sexually Abuse" is a realistic handbook on the way to be a useful source for someone operating within the overview and administration of sexual offenders.
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This may take the form of feeling ‘tarnished’ or dirty in a STAFFING ISSUES 47 physical sense. Colleagues have described to us the need to go straight home and shower immediately after group sessions, for example. Workers in this field have also reported feeling victimised. This may represent a resurgence of a past experience or a countertransference reaction. However, it may also be a result of direct (overt or implicit) behaviour by an abuser or abusers towards the worker experienced in one-to-one or group work contexts.
Similarly, we have had exposure to management structures and activities which have served to directly undermine the work of consultancy. 1). Morrison (1998) defines consultancy as: A structured negotiated organisational process involving two or more staff in which one person, the consultant, is identified as having some expertise, either subject or process expertise or both, which is used to facilitate a developmental or problem solving process regarding a work-related issue with the consultee(s).
Ennis and Horne (2003) reviewed literature and conducted their own study. They found that peer support was an important factor in preventing psychological distress. The professional accommodation syndrome Morrison (1990) has described how the atmosphere within an organisation can contribute to problems workers may have or assist in resolving them. He adapted the work of Summitt (1983) who had described the ‘child abuse accommodation syndrome’. Morrison describes a process which he calls the ‘professional accommodation syndrome’.