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Lucinda Lee Rasmussen

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San Diego State University

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San Diego State University

5500 Campanile Drive

San Diego, California,92182

United States

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San Diego State University is a major public research institution that provides transformative experiences, both inside and outside of the classroom, for its 35,000 students. The university offers bachelor's degrees in 94 areas, master's degrees in 78 areas an...more

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According to an article written by Lucinda A. Rasmussen, PhD, LCSW of the San Diego State University School of Social Work,
" Progress in CBT-SOS groups is typically predicated on sexually abusive youth explaining in great detail the 'Sexual Abuse Cycle' assumed to be associated with their sexual offending behavior (i.e., triggers for offending, thinking errors, sexual fantasies, methods used to manipulate and/or coerce the victims) (Lane, 1997; Lundrigan, 2001). Discharge from treatment is usually contingent on youth developing a detailed 'relapse prevention plan' describing specific strategies they plan to use in order cope effectively with stressors, avoid "high risk situations" and avoid recurrence of sexually abusive behavior (Gray & Pithers, 1993; Steen, 1993)." Rasmussen goes on to explain that CBT-SOS focuses on risk management and fails to teach offending kids how to live a healthy life. Again, according to Rasmussen, Lucinda A. Rasmussen, PhD, LCSW San Diego State University


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Their work presented here builds on Calder's previous edited volume (Working with Young People who Sexually Abuse: New Pieces of the Jigsaw Puzzle, RHP 1999) to let you grasp the individual and tailored responses now being advocated by leaders in this field, including: Carol Barnes, Arnon Bentovim, Simon Hackett, Colin Hawkes, Robert Longo, Sue Maskell, David O'Callaghan, Lucinda Rasmussen, Eileen Vizard and others.
Lucinda Rasmussen, Assistant Professor, San Diego State University


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Lucinda A. Rasmussen, PhD, LCSW


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Lucinda Rasmussen, Graduate Advisor, Lucindarasmussen@cox.net Gero 700 Practicum Course Questions Contact: Candy Elson, LCSW, Director of Field Education, HH 114C / candy.elson@mail.sdsu.edu Documents in PPT format require Powerpoint Viewer; download powerpoint viewer


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Lucinda Rasmussen
Lucinda A. Lee Rasmussen, PhD, is an Associate Professor at the School of Social Work at San Diego State University, where she has taught social work practice classes for the past 17 years. She has over 25 years clinical experience in the field of child sexual abuse, with specific expertise in intervening with young people who problematic and/or sexually abusive behaviors. Dr. Rasmussen's research focuses on risk assessment of sexually abusive youth and effects of trauma, including sexual abuse and domestic violence. She developed the Trauma Outcome Process Assessment (TOPA) model, a practice model for assessing and treating traumatized children, youth and adults.


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