Особенности реабилитационных психотерапевтических программ для сексуальных правонарушителей

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Штарк Л.Н., Введенский Г.Е. Особенности реабилитационных психотерапевтических программ для сексуальных правонарушителей // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2015. №2. С. 50-55.

Аннотация

В статье рассматривается динамика психотерапевтических подходов в отношении сексуальных правонарушителей с 1980-х гг. до настоящего времени. Показано, что для оценки эффективности терапии в англоязычных странах и в нашей стране широко используется критерий рецидивности. Рассмотрены особенности когнитивно-бихевиорального подхода, модели RNR (Risk-NeedResponsivity model): "риск-потребность-чувствительность") и GLM (Good Lives Model): "модель хорошей жизни".

Ключевые слова лечение сексуальных правонарушителей; психотерапия парафилий; риск рецидива

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