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1. Iadicola, P. (1998). "Criminology's Contribution to the Study of Religious Crime." In Wolves within the Fold: Religious Leadership and the Abuse of Power. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

2. IBN al-Sabbagh, M. ibn A. al-Q. (1993). The mystical teachings of al-Shadhili, including his life, prayers, letters, and followers. Albany: State University of New York Press.

3. Imbens, A. F. (1992). Christianity and Incest. Augsburg Fortress.

4. Imbent, A., & Jorker, I. (1992). Christianity and Incest. Minneapolis: Fortress.

5. Imber-Black. (1993). Secrets In Families & Family Therapy. Norton.

6. Ingerbritson, M. (1983). Incest and Alcoholism: Dual Addictions. Lecture given in St. Louis, Missouri, January.

7. Ingersoll. (1990). Treating Perpetrators Of Sexual Abuse. MacMillan.

8. Ingersoll, S. L., & Patton, S. O. (1990). Treating Perpetrators of Sexual Abuse. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

9. Ingham, J. G., Kreitman, N. B., Miller, P. M., Sashidharan, S. P., & Surtess, P. G. (1986). Self esteem, vulnerability, and psychiatric disorder in the community. British Journal of Psychiatry, 148, 375-378.

10. Ingram, M. (1981). Participating Victims: A Study of Sexual Offenses with Boys. Boston: Little, Brown.

11. Inktomi. (2000). Web surpasses one billion documents [On-line].

12. Insel, T. R. (1997). A neurobiological basis of social attachment. American Journal of Psychiatry, 154(6), 726-735.

13. Institute of Medicine. (1996). Telemedicine: A guide to assessing telecommunications in health care. (Ed: M.J. Field). Washinton, DC: Nationanl Academy Press.

14. Irons, R. (1991). Sexually addicted professionals: Contractual provisons for re-entry. American Journal of Psychiatry Neurology, Spring, 1991.

15. Irons, R. (1994). Inpatient Assessment of the Sexually Exploitive Professional. Breach of Trust: Sexually Exploitive Professionals, 163-175.

16. Irons, R., & Laaser, M. (1994). Sexual Addiction: Signifigant factor in sexual exploitation by health care professionals. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.1, 198-214.

17. Irons, R., & Schneider, J. (1999). The Wounded Healer. New Jersey: Jason Aronson Inc.

18. Irons, R., & Schneider, J. P. (1997). Addictive sexual disorders. Principles and practice of addictions in psychiatry, 441-457.

19. Irons, R. R. (1991). Contractual Provisions for Reentry. American Journal of Preventive Psychiatry & Neurology, 3:1, 57-59.

20. Irons, R. (1987). Hurting Healers--Toward Understanding Substance Abuse in Physicians. Bozeman,Montana: Speaker and intervention group facilitator, Montana Medical Association.

21. Irons, R. (1991). The Mask of Invulnerability--Wounding and Healing of Professionals. Bloomington,MN: University of Minnesota 22nd Annual Chemical Dependency Fall Conference.

22. Irons, R. (1991). The Sexuality Exploitive Professional: An Addiction Sensitive Model for Assessment. Monograph in the Second Annual Conference on Addiction: Prevention, Recognition and Treatment.

23. Irons, R. (1992). Cross Addictions: Alcohol, Drugs, and Sex. Winter Park,FL: 43rd Annual Meeting National Catholic Council on Alcoholism.

24. Irons, R. (1992). Diagnosis of Sexual Addiction & Relationship with Chemical Dependency and Intervention Strategies with the Sexually Addicted Helping Professional. Boulder,CO: NCSA Regional Meeting.

25. Irons, R. (1993). Development of Trust & Healthy Boundaries in Relationships of Power. Anaheim,CA: National Training Institute, American Association of Critical Care Nurses.

26. Irons, R. (1993). Healthy Sexuality. Scottsdale,AZ: IDAA-93.

27. Irons, R. (1993). Sexually Assaultive Helping Professional: Profiling Child Molesters. Minneapolis,MN: Third Intl. Conference on Treatment of Sex Offenders.

28. Irons, R. (1993). Child Sex Abuse By Helping Professionals. Pittsburgh,PA: 10th National meeting, National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect.

29. Irons, R. (1994). Healthy Sexuality in Recovery. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 1, 322.

30. Irons, R. (1994). Sexual Addiction: Exploitation Among Health Professionals. San Antonio,TX: American Academy of Physician Assistants.

31. Irons, R. (1994). Assessment and Rehabilitation of Professionals Who Engage in Sexual Misconduct. Los Angeles,CA: Symposium, panel member, American Psychological Association.

32. Irons, R. (1994). Problem Clergy and other Sexual Misconduct Cases: Profiles and Canonical Possibilities. Atlanta,GA: Canon Law Society of America Conference.

33. Irons, R. (1994). Sexual Compulsivity: Is it an Addiction? Harrisburg,PA: Pennsylvania Society of Addiction Medicine.

34. Irons, R. (1995). Inpatient Assessment Model For Professional Sexual Misconduct In Breach of Trust Sexual Exploitation by Health Care Professionals and Clergy. Thousand Oaks,CA: Sage Publications.

35. Irons, R. (1998). Impared religious professionals: Can or should they be halped? The ISTI Sun, 4 no.2.

36. Irons, R., & Laaser, M. (1994). The Abduction of Fidelity: Sexual Exploitation by Clergy--Experience with Inpatient Assessment. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 1:2, 119.

37. Irons, R., & Laaser, M. (1995). The Abduction of Fidelity--Sexual Exploitation Within the Ministry. Accepted for publicatin in The Journal Of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity.

38. Irons, R., & Roberts, K. (1995). The Unhealed Wounders. In N. Hopkins & M. Laaser (Eds.), Restoring the Soul of a Church (p. 33). Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press.

39. Irons, R., & Schneider, J. P. (1994). Sexual Addiction: Significant Factor in Sexual Exploitation by Health Care Professionals. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 1:3, 198-214.

40. Irvine, J. M. (1992). Disorders of desire; sex and gender in modern American sexology. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 21(6), 601-605.

41. Irwin, K. W. (1994). Context and text: Method in liturgical theology (xvii ed.). College, MN: A Pueblo Book, The Liturgical Press.

42. Isasi-Diaz, A. M. (1993). En la lucha-In the struggle: A Hispanic women's liberation theology (xxi ed.). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

43. Isely, P., & Isely, P. (1990). The sexual abuse of male children by church personnel: Intervention and prevention. Pastoral Psychology, 39:2, 85-99.

44. Isley, P. J. (1992). A time limited group therapy model for men sexually abused as children. Group, 16(4), 233-246.

45. Jacobs, J. L. (1989). Divine Disenchantment: Deconverting from New Religions. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

46. Jacobs, J. L. (1995). The Violated Self and the Search for Religious Meaning. Religion and the Social Order, 5, 237-260.

47. Jacobson, E. (1978). You must Relax. Mcgraw Hill.

48. Jaffe, H. (1992). Current concepts of addiction. In. C. P. O'Brien & J. H. Jaffe (Eds.), Addictive states. New York: Raven Press.

49. James, B., & Masjleti, M. (1983). Treating sexually abused children and their families. Palo Alto,CA: Consulting Psychologists Press.

50. James, B., & Nasjleti, M. (1983). The dynamics of power: Building a competent self. Cambridge,MA: Schenkman Books.

51. James, B., & Nasjleti, M. (1983). Treating Sexually Abused Children and their Families. Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists.

52. James, B. (1989). Treating Traumatized Children: New Insights and Creative Interventions. Chicago: Stern's books.

53. James, J., & Meyerding, J. (1977). Early experiences and prostitution. American Journal of Psychiatry, 134:12, 1381-1385.

54. James, M. (1989). Born to Win.

55. Jampolsky, G. (1979). Love is Letting Go of Fear. Celestial arts: Berkly.

56. Janeway, E. (1981). Powers of the Weak. New York, NY: Morrow Quill Paperbacks.

57. Janoff-Bulman. (1992). Shattered Assumptions. MacMillan.

58. Jansen, M. (1983). The Silent Scream.

59. Janssen, A. (Ed.). (1994). Seven Promises of a Promise Keeper. Colorado Springs: Focus on the Family Publishing.

60. Janssen, R. M., & Janssen, J. J. (1990). Growing Up in Ancient Egypt. London: Rubicon Press.

61. Janus, S., & Janus, C. (1993). The Janus Report on Sexual Behavior. New York: John Wiley.

62. Japhet, S. (1993). I & II Chronicles, a commentary (xxv ed.). Louisville,KY: Westminster/John Knox Press.

63. Jarvie, H. F. (1954). Frontal wounds causing disinhibition. Journal of Neurol Neurosurgery Psychiatry, 17, 14-32.

64. Jehu, D. (1994). Patients as victims: Sexual abuse in psychotherapy and counseling. Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.

65. Jellinek, E. (1960). The Disease Concept of Alcoholism. New Haven, CT: College and University Press.

66. Jenkins, P. (1996). Pedophiles and Priests: Anatomy of a Contemporary Crisis. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

67. Jensen, F., Jung, C. G., Jung, E., & Wolff, T. (1982). A Collection of Remembrances. San Francisco: Analytical Psychology Club.

68. Jenson, S. H. (?). The Sex Offender Experts. The Prosecutor.

69. Jerome, L. (1986). Telepsychiatry. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 31, 489.

70. Jerome, L. (1993). Assessment of telemedicine. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 44, 81-83.

71. Johanek, M. F. (1988). Treatment of male victims of child sexual abuse in military service. Vulnerable Populations: Evaluation and Treatment of Children and Adult Survivors, Volume One, vol. 1.

72. John, L. (1989). Sexual abuse in the church: a quest for understanding. Aurora, Ontario: Southdown.

73. John of the Cross. (1989). The Collected Works of John of the Cross. Washington, D.C.: ICS Publications.

74. John Paul II, P. (1993). Person and community: Selected essays (xvi ed.). New York: Peter Lang.

75. Johnson, A. M., & Robinson, D. B. (1957). The sexual deviant (sexual psychopathy)-Causes, treatment and prevention. Journal of the American Medical Association, 164, 1559.

76. Johnson, A. M., & Szurek, S. A. (1952). The genesis of antisocial acting out in children and adults. Psychoanalytic Quaterly, 21, 323-343.

77. Johnson, C. (2000). Been there, done that: The use of clinicians with personal recovery in the treatment of eating disorders. The Renfrew Center Foundation Perspective, 5(2), 1-4.

78. Johnson, D., & Van Vonderen, J. (1991). The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse. Bethany.

79. Johnson, E. (1992). She Who Is. New York: Crossroad.

80. Johnson, J. T. (1992). Mothers of Incest Survivors: Another Side of the Story. Indiana: Ind. University Press.

81. Johnson, K. (1986). The Trouble with Secrets. Parenting Press.

82. Johnson, K. (1996). If You Are Raped: What Every Woman Needs to Know. Holmes Beach: Learning Publications, Inc.

83. Johnson, L. (1990). Creative therapies in the treatment of addictions: The art of transforming shame. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 17, 299-308.

84. Johnson, M. (1979). The sexually mistreated child: Diagnosis evaluation. Child Abuse and Neglect, 3, 943-951.

85. Johnson, R., & Shrier, D. (1985). Sexual victimization of boys: Experience at an adolescent medicine clinic. Journal of Adolescnet Health Care, 6:5, 372-376.

86. Johnson, R. A. (1977). He: Understanding Masculine Psychology. New York: Perennial Library.

87. Johnson, S., & Shirer, D. (1985). Sexual victimization of boys. Journal of Adolescent Health Care, 6, 372-376.

88. Johnson, S. A. (1992). Man-to-Man. Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

89. Johnson, T. C. (1989). Female child perpetrators: Children who molest other children. Child Abuse and Neglect, 13, 571-585.

90. Johnson, T. C., & Berry, C. (1989). Children who molest: A treatment program. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 4, 185-203.

91. Johnston, P., Hudson, S. M., & Marshall, W. L. (1992). The effect of masterbatory reconditioning with nonfamilial child molesters'. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 30(5), 559-561.

92. Johnston, R. (1993). Santa Barbara Franciscans report decades of sex abuse. National Catholic Reporter, 30:7, 4.

93. Jones, A. (1900). Journey into Christ. New York: Seabury Press.

94. Jones, A. (1993). Ecumenism, sex abuse top CTSA agenda. National Catholic Reporter, 29:33, 4.

95. Jones, E. (1992). Working With Adult Survivors Of Child Sexual Abuse. New York,NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

96. Jones, T. L. (1995). Religion's role in health: What's God got to do with it? Texas Medicine, 91 (12), 24-29.

97. Jordan-Lake, J. (1992). Conduct unbecoming a preacher. Christianity Today, February.

98. Journal-Gazette. (1993). Charges of abuse stun church. Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, February.

99. Julian, V., Morr, C., & Lapp, L. (1980). Sexual abuse of children: Implications for treatment. Englewood,CO: American Humane Association.

100. Julian of Norwich. (1980). Enfolded in Love, Daily Readings with Julian of Norwich. London: Darton, Longmann & Todd.

101. Julien, E., & Over, R. (1984). Male sexual arousal with repeated exposure to erotic stimuli. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 13(3), 211-222.

102. Jumper, S. A. (1995). A Meta-analysis of the relationship of child sexual abuse to adult psychological adjustment. Child Abuse and Neglect, 19(6), 715-728.

103. Jung, C. G. (1963). Memories,Dreams,Reflections. New York: Vintage.

104. Jung, C. G. (Ed.). (1964). Man and His Symbols. New York: Bantam.

105. Jung, C. G. (1965). Memories, dreams, reflections. New York: Random House/Vintage.

106. Junginger, J. (1997). Fetishism: Assessment and treatment. In: Sexual deviance: Theory, assessment, and treatment. (Eds: D. R. Laws; W. O'Donohue). New York: The Guilford Press.

107. Justice, B., & Justice, R. (1976). The Abusing Family. Human Sciences.

108. Justice, B., & Justice, R. (1979). The Broken Taboo: Sex in the Family. Human Science Press.

109. Quade, V. (1992). Unholy wars. (interview with Jeffrey Anderson, a lawyer who represents clients in actions against priests who sexually abuse them as children). Human Rights, v.19, 18-21+.

110. Quadland, M. (1985). Compulsive sexual behavior: Definition of a problem and an approach to treatment. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 11, 121-132.

111. Quadland, M. C., & Shattls, W. D. (1987). AIDS, sexuality. and sexual control. Journal of Homosexuality, 149(1/2), 277-298.

112. Quadrio, C. (1994). Sexual abuse involving therapists, clergy and judiciary: Closed ranks, collusion and conspiracies of silence. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, (1)2, 189-198.

113. Quinn. (1993). "Putting On The Brakes" Activity Book. New York,NY: Brunner.

114. Quinn, J. R. (1993). Scandals in the Church: Reflections at Paschaltide. American, 168:12, 4-6.

115. Quinn, S. (Ed.). (1988). A Mind of Her Own. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

116. Quinsey, V. L. (1981). Prediction of recidivism and the evaluation of treatment programs for sex offenders. Vancouver,Canada: Paper presented at Sexual Aggression and the Law.

117. Quinsey, V. L. (1983). Sexual aggression and the law. Burnaby, BC: Criminology Research Centre Press.

118. Quinsey, V. L. (1984). Law and Mental health. New York: Pergmon Press.

119. Quinsey, V. L. (1986). Law and Mental health: International Perspectives. New York: Pergamon Press.

120. Quinsey, V. L., Chaplin, T. C., & Carrigan, W. F. (1979). Sexual preferences among incestuous and nonincestuous child molesters. Behavior Therapy, 10, 562-565.

121. Quinsey, V. L., Chaplin, T. C., & Varney, G. (1981). A comparison of rapists' and non-sex offenders' sexual preferences for mutually consenting sex, rape, nad physical abuse of women. Behavioral assessment, 3, 127-135.

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123. Quinsey, V. L., Steinman, C. M., Bergerson, S. G., & Holmes, T. P. (1975). Penile circumference, skin conductance, and ranking responses of child molesters and "normals" to sexual and nonsexual stimuli. Behavior Therapy, 6, 213-219.

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127. Unavailable. (1988). Child sexual abuse: A rich context for thinking about God, community, and ministry. Journal of Pastoral Care, XLII no.1, 58-61.

128. Underwood, A. (1994). Consideration for Conducting an Investigation of Alleged Clergy Sexual Misconduct. Washington: Alban Institute.

129. Underwood, A. (1994). An Attorney Looks at Clergy Sexual Misconduct. Washington: Alban Institute.

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