These are clients who have not had much positive reinforcement in their lives and have grown accustomed to reacting to negative reinforcement with anger and resentment. Addressing such factors in non-sex-offender-specific treatment might have some impact on reducing the risk of sexual recidivism.
Many sex offenders with substance abuse issues are excluded from many substance abuse treatment programs.
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Literature on the subject generally concludes that substance use often is a cause of or a predisposing factor for violence Friedman Vocational training would reduce the need for women to turn to illegal sources of income to support themselves and their families after release Peugh and Belenko However, if a cycle of ongoing violence is going to be interrupted, the nature of a woman's crime should not disqualify her for treatment.
MAT can be particularly useful in the treatment of these dependencies because it decreases craving and withdrawal symptoms, ultimately enhancing the impact of traditional counseling strategies SAMHSA Sexual orientation and sexual behavior are not necessarily congruent, especially within a prison or jail.