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, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp 186–191 | Cite as

Een behandeling van een jeugdige zedendelinquent

  • F. Bruinsma
Casuïstiek

semenvatting

Dit artikel beschrijft aan de hand van een voorbeeld de ambulante behandeling van een jeugdige zedendelinquent. Het cognitief-gedragstherapeutische model van de seksuele geweldcyclus – de keten van situaties, gedragingen, gedachten, gevoelens en lichamelijke gewaarwordingen – biedt een goed handvat om een jeugdige zedendelinquent zich in het belang van de slachtoffers verantwoordelijk te laten voelen.

adolescent sex offending 

Summary

This case study describes the outpatient treatment of an adolescent sex offender. The cognitive-behavioural model of the so-called sexual abuse cycle – the chain of situations, behaviour, cognitions, emotions and physical sensations – is a good footing for making the adolescent offender feel responsible for his offense in the interest of the victims.

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© Bohn Stafleu van Loghum 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Bruinsma
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