SHAPE:

A review of a group-based intervention for sexually harmful male youth

Louisa Williams, C. L Mason, M McMullon

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This paper evaluates SHAPE (Sexually Harmful Adolescent’s Progressive Education), a group-based intervention programme for sexually harmful adolescents which teaches psychological and social skills in order to address areas of need associated with risk. The SHAPE programme was run twice with three participants in each group (N=6). Results indicated that were some significant changes to participant’s beliefs and attitudes as well as levels of anger control. These results suggest that the SHAPE programme is effective at delivering its aims but further data is required to assess the impact of the programme on actual offending behaviour.
Original languageEnglish
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No.123
Specialist publicationForensic Update
Publication statusPublished - 31 Dec 2016

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Author can archive post-print on publication. For full details see http://www.bps.org.uk/publications/copyright-permissions/copyright-and-permissions [Accessed: 26/10/2016] This is a pre-publication version of the article.

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Williams, L., Mason, C. L., & McMullon, M. (2016). SHAPE: A review of a group-based intervention for sexually harmful male youth. Forensic Update, (123), -.
Williams, Louisa ; Mason, C. L ; McMullon, M. / SHAPE: A review of a group-based intervention for sexually harmful male youth. In: Forensic Update. 2016 ; No. 123. pp. -.
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