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by Dr Harvey
Last updated: September 2018 by Dr Alexandra Lewis and
Dr Callum Ross
The category of sexual offending is a
legal not a clinical one. However, many sex offenders may show
elements of mental disorder, including personality disorder,
affective disorder, substance abuse, organic brain syndrome or
paraphilias, while a small proportion may have psychotic
Sexually abnormal behaviour may present in
psychiatric practice throughout the life span and may be seen by
general, forensic, child and adolescent, or old age
This module will enable psychiatrists and
other health professionals to gain knowledge of the assessment and
treatment of patients who commit sex offences or other criminal
offences motivated by sexual factors.
Start the module
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