The Wiley Handbook on the Theories, Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offending is a three-volume collection of up-to-date readings contributed by international experts relating to the assessment, intervention, and theoretical foundations of sexual offending. * Includes in-depth and up-to-date assessment and treatment approaches for adult male, female, juvenile, and cognitively-impaired offenders * Features contributions by leading experts in each specialized field from around the world including Bill Marshall, Bill Lindsay, and Tony Ward * Offers cutting-edge theories of sexual offending, including the latest multifactorial and single-factor theories
Douglas P. Boer began working at the University of Canberra in September 2012 after working for 7 years at the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Prior to 2006 he worked for the Correctional Service of Canada for 15 years in a variety of contexts including sex offender therapist and treatment programme supervisor. Professor Boer's research interests include offender rehabilitation and the integration of modern theories of offending with practical intervention strategies to try and help effective reintegration. His primary area of clinical work is currently that of working with offenders with an intellectual disability and other complicating mental health issues. He has published approximately 75 articles and book chapters as well as several structured clinical assessment manuals in regard to sexual offenders, most notably helping to co-author the Sexual Violence Risk - 20 (the SVR-20) and the Assessment of Risk and Manageability for Individuals with Developmental and Intellectual Limitations who Offend - Sexually (the ARMIDILO-S). Professor Boer is also a clinical associate of the Forensic Department Brøset, St. Olav's Hospital, Trondheim, Norway.