An innovative view of the development of psychopathology and sexual offending. In an exciting synthesis of neuroscience, developmental, and social psychology with forensic and criminal literature, it offers a fresh perspective as to the reasons that may precipitate some individuals into violent or sexual offences. The book is written for clinicians of all modalities, although its very readable style, make it accessible to anyone with an interest in this area.
Glyn Hudson Allez is a retired UKCP Registered Forensic Psychosexual Therapist. She worked as a therapist for nearly thirty years, eight of which were in primary health care, and latterly specialised in working with sexual offenders using a unique integrative style. Glyn is a fellow of the Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Primary Care (CPC) and of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT).