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(p. 207) Treating Pedophile Obsessions 

(p. 207) Treating Pedophile Obsessions
(p. 207) Treating Pedophile Obsessions

Chad T. Wetterneck

and Erin C. Nghe

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date: 26 September 2020

This chapter contains a case study of the treatment of pedophilic obsessions in OCD (also called P-OCD). The case study includes the background and case conceptualization of an adult client who was effectively treated using exposure and response prevention with values-based exposures using acceptance and commitment therapy. Examples of values-based exposure hierarchies are provided from the case and serve as realistic examples of what treatment may include. The authors discuss treatment and outcome session by session and include complicating factors and treatment implications. In addition, this chapter includes detailed example ideas of in vivo and imaginal exposures that can be used as part of treatment for P-OCD for clients.

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