By Murray C. Cullen, Ph.D., and Robin J. Wilson, Ph.D.
#4389 Our most popular sex offender program. Sex offenders are in a correctional class of their own — little understood, frequently shunned and bullied by fellow inmates, and often sentenced to punishment rather than treatment and rehabilitation. Worst of all, few institutions are equipped to help sex offenders deal with critical psychological and behavior issues. Those who commit sex crimes often are saddled with issues which lead them to act the way they do. An even bigger problem is that many of these individuals have chosen to ignore these issues. If they continue this denial, it can lead to repeat offenses. How do you get them ready to face their problem?
TRY helps prepare offenders break through the walls they built and tackle their real issues. Chapters include: What’s Going On?, Getting Ready for Change, Ambivalence and Deciding to Change, What Else Prevents Us From Making a Positive Change in Our Life?, and Taking Steps to Change.
This program can be used individually or as part of a group program. 74 pages. 2003. $17.00. SPECIALS: 10 copies for $155.00; 100 copies for $1,400.00.