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Shame and guilt in child molesters
In this chapter, we draw on general psychological literature to argue for the relevance of shame and guilt for child molesters. In order to explore this issue, we outline the concepts of shame and guilt, reasons for expecting ...
Promoting forgiveness in violent offenders: A more positive approach to offender rehabilitation?
In this paper we suggest that the effectiveness of many offender rehabilitation programs may be further enhanced by the inclusion of interventions that build on existing motivation to change. Taking the example of anger ...
The development of CBT programmes for anger: The role of interventions to promote perspective-taking skills
Although the emotion of anger has, in recent years, been the subject of increasing theoretical analysis, there are relatively few accounts of how interventions designed to reduce problematic anger might be related to ...