Volume 2: Treatment: by Tony Ward, Pamela M. Yates, and Carmen Long
Volumes 1 and 2 of The Self-Regulation Model of the Offense and Relapse Process present the most detailed descriptions and explanations now available of the Ward-Hudson pathways model. Volume 1 concentrated on outlining the self-regulation (SR) model of the offense and relapse process in sex offenders, its research support, and its assessment implications. In Volume 2 the authors present the Good Lives model of offender rehabilitation, an overarching theoretical framework within which the SR model is embedded. In addition, they provide a significant contribution to the field: a systematic description of the model’s treatment implications. The authors
Illustrate further each of the four pathways outlined in Volume 1,
Explore clinical implications with reference to a sustained case example,
Explore the risk profiles associated with each pathway, and
Explicitly consider the offenders’ management.