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1. S, R., & Kempe, C. H. (1978). Child Abuse. Harvard.

2. Sachs, R. (1992). An Introduction to Sandtray Therapy for Adult Vicitms of Trauma. Chicago,IL: Stern's book.

3. Sachs, R. (?). Ritual child Abuse: A Professional Overview 30 Mins. Chicago,IL: Stern's book.

4. Sadock, V. A. (Ed.). (2000). Normal human sexuality and sexual dysfunctions. In B.J. Sadock & V.A. Sadock (Eds.), Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry (7th ed., Vol. 1). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

5. Safer Society. (1992). Nationwide survey of juvenile and adult sex offender treatment programs and models. Brandon,VT: Safer Society Press.

6. Sagarin, E. (1977). Incest: problems of definition and frequency. Journal of Sex Research, 13:1, 126-135.

7. St. Paul, M. N. A. (1988). Adult children of sex addicts. .

8. St. Paul, M. N. A. (1995). Adult children of sexual dysfuntion. New commers' packet.

9. Sakheim, D., & Devine, S. (1992). Out of Darkness: Exploring Satanism and Ritual Abuse. Chicago, IL: Stern's book.

10. Salamon, E. (1989). The homosexual escort agency: Deviance disavowal. British Journal of Sociology, 40(1), 2-21.

11. Salisbury, W., & Kinnier, R. (1996). Posttermination friendship between counselor and clients. Journal of Counseling Development, 74, 495-500.

12. Salmon, R. (1989). Twelve-step resources for sexual addicts: a comparison of the nation-wide fellowships. Los Angeles: National Council on Sexual Addiction.

13. Salmon, R. F. (1995). Therapist's Guide to 12-Step Meetings for Sexual Dependencies. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 2,3, 193.

14. Salten, M. (1984). Statutes of Limitation in Civil Incest Sits: Preserving the Victim's Remedy. Harv. Women's L.I., 7, 189. (N)

15. Salter, A. (1988). Treating Child Sex Offenders and Victims: A Practical Guide. New York: Sage Publications.

16. Salter, A. C. (1990). Sex offender treatment for juveniles. Prevention,Arlington,TX: Presented at the Tarrant County Community College Annual Conference on Child Abuse.

17. Salters, A. C. (1995). Transforming Trauma: A Guide to Understanding and Treating Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

18. Salzberg, A. D., & Swedo, S. E. (1992). Oxytocin and vasopressin in obsessive-compulsive disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 149(5), 713-714.

19. Sammon, S. D. (1993). An Undivided Heart: Making Sense of Celibate Chastity. New York: Alba House.

20. Sampson, J., Kolodinsky, R., & Greeno, B. (1997). Counseling on the information highway: Future possibilities and potential problems. Journal of Counseling Development, 75(3), 203-212.

21. Samuel, G. (1993). Civilized shamans: Buddhism in Tibetan societies (x ed.). Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.

22. Samuel, S., & Gorton, G. (1998). National survey of psychology internship directors regarding education for the prevention of psychologist-patient sexual exploitation. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 29, 86-90.

23. Samuels. (1990). Clinical Eval Of School-Aged Children. Prof Resource P.
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24. Sanchez, J. (1972). Anticlericalsim: A Brief History. South Bend: Univ. of Notre Dame Press.

25. Sanchez-Craig, M., Annis, H. M., Bornet, A. R., & MacDonald, K. R. (1984). Random assignment to abstinence and controlled drinking: Evaluation of a cognitive behavioral program for problem drinkers. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 52, 390-403.

26. Sanders, J. T. (1993). Schismatics, sectarians, dissidents, deviants: the first one hundred years of Jewish-Christian relations (xxiii ed.). Valley Forge: Trinity Press International.

27. Sanders, T. L. (1991). Male Survivors. Crossing Press.

28. Sanderson, B. (Ed.). (1989). It's Never O.K.: A Handbook for Professionals on Sexual Exploitation by Counselors and Therapists. St Paul, MN: Minnesota Department of Corrections.

29. Sandfort, T. (1980). Incest: Why is it our last taboo? Redbook, Nov. 1980.

30. Sandfort, T. (1983). Pedophile relationships in the Netherlands: Alternative lifestyle for children. Alternative Lifestyles, 5:3, 164-183.

31. Sandfort, T. (1987). Boys on Their Contacts with Men. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Global Academic Publishers.

32. Sanford, D. (1986). I Can't Talk About It: A Child's Book About Sexual Abuse. Multnomah Press.

33. Sanford, L. (1980). The Silent Children: A Parent's Guide to the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. McGraw Hill.

34. Sanford, L. T. (1990). Strong at the Broken Places.

35. Sanford, L. T., & Donovan, M. E. (1986). Women and Self Esteem: Understanding the Way We Think and Feel about Ourselves. Penguin Books.

36. Sanneh, L. (1993). Encountering the West: Christianity and the global cultural process: The African dimension. Maryknoll,NY: Orbis Books.

37. Santiago, L. P. (1973). The Children of Oedipus: Brother and Sister Incest in Psychiatry, Literature, History, and Mythology. Libra.

38. Sapp, A., & Vaughn, M. (1990). Juvenile sex offender treatment at state-operated correctional institutions. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 34, 131-146.

39. Sapp, G. L. (1993). Compassionate Ministry. Birmingham,AL: Religious Education Press.

40. Sarai. (?). Apple Tree That Wouldn't Let Go Of Apples. BSCI.

41. Sarnat, H. B., & Netsky, M. G. (1981). Evolution of the nervous system (2nd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.

42. Sarrel, P., & Masters, W. (1982). Sexual molestation of men by women. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 11:2, 117-131.

43. Satel, S. L. (1993). The diagnostic limits of "addiction". Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 54, 237.

44. Saucier, R. M. (1995). One Reporter's Story. In N. Hopkins & M. Laaser (Eds.), Restoring the Soul of a Church (p. 184). Collegeville,MN: The Liturgical Press.

45. Savas, P. N. (1993). Gus: A Nun's Story. South Plainfield,NJ: Bridge Publishing,Inc.

46. Scanzoni, L., & Mollenkott, V. R. (1978). Is the Homosexual My Neighbor. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

47. Scarf, M. (1987). Intimate Partners. Random House.

48. Schaef, A. (1989). Escape from intimacy--untagling the "love" addictions: sex, romance, and relationships. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

49. Schaef, A. W. (1985). Women's Reality: An Emerging Female System in a White Male Society. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

50. Schaef, A. W. (1986). Codenpendence: Misunderstood--Mistreated. San Francisco,CA: Harper and Row.

51. Schaefer. (1991). Cat's Got Your Tongue? paper. New York,NY: Brunner.

52. Schaeffer. (1986). Signs Of Healthy Love. Hazelden.

53. Schaeffer. (1987). Is It Love Or Is It Addiction? Harper.

54. Schaeffer. (1990). Loving Me, Loving You: Balancing Love & Power. Hazelden.

55. Schaeffer. (?). Power Plays. Hazelden.

56. Schaffer, S., & Zimmerman, M. (1990). The sexual addict: A challenge for the primary care provider. Nurse Practitioner, 15(6), 25-27, 33.

57. Schaper, D. (1990). Common Sense About Men and Women in the Ministry. Washington, DC: The Alban Institute.

58. Schatzow, E., & Herman, J. L. (1989). Breaking secrecy: Adult survivors disclose to their families. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, volume 12, no. 2.

59. Schaufele, N., & Kennedy, D. B. (1998). When You don't Know Who to Call. Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

60. Schaumburg, H. W. (1992). False Intimacy: Understanding the Struggle of Sexual Addiction. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress.

61. Schechter, S. (1982). Women and Male Violence: The Visions and Struggles of the Battered Women's Movement. Boston, MA: South End Press.

62. Scheela, R. (19??). The remodeling proces: A grounded theory study of perceptions of treatment among adult male incest offenders. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Vol.18, 167-189.

63. Scheff, T. J. (1987). The shame-rage spiral: A case study of an interminable quarrel. In H.B. Lewis. The role of shame in symptom formation.

64. Scheflin, A. W., & Brown, D. (1996, Summer). Repressed Memory of Dissociative Amnesia: What the Science says. Journal of Psychiatry & Law, 143-188.

65. Scherer, K. (1997). College life online: Healthy and unhealthy internet use. Journal of College Development, 38, 655-665.

66. Scherer, M. (1993). Still Loved by the Sun: a Rape Survivor's Journal. Plume.

67. Scherzer, L., & Padma, L. (1980). Sexual offenses committed against children. Clinical Pediatrics, 19, 670-685.

68. Schetky, D. H., & Green, A. (1988). Child Sexual Abuse: A Handbook for Health Care and Legal Professionals. New York,NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

69. Schickert, P. (1991). The Truth Shall Set You Free: The Spiritual Journey of an Incest Survivor. Sheed and Ward MO.

70. Schilde, Hans-J. (1984). Gott und die welt. ARD German Television and Radio, Station WDR, Cologne, Germany. (N)

71. Schipper, K. M. (1994). The Taoist body. Berkeley: University of California Press.

72. Schlank, A. M., & Shaw, T. (1996). Treating Sexual Offenders who Deny their Guilt: A Pilot Study. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 8(1), 17-23.

73. Schmemann, A. (1988). The Eucharist, Sacrament of the Kingdom. Crestwood: St. Vladimir's Semimary Press.

74. Schmidt, C. W. (1992). Changes in terminology for sexual disorders in DSM-IV. Psychiatric Medicine, 10, 247-255.

75. Schmidt, J. (1989). Veiled and Silenced: How Culture Shaped Sexist Theology. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press.

76. Schmidt, P. (1982). Sexist Schooling. Working Woman, October, 101-102.

77. Schmidt, V. (1989). Activities to help Sexually Abused Children, Aged 4-11 Years: A Treatment manual. Chicago,IL: Stern's Book Svc.

78. Schmitz, K. L. (1993). At the center of the human drama: The philosophical anthropology of Karol Wojtyla/Pope John Paul II (x ed.). Washington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press.

79. Schnarch, D. (1998). Passionate Marriage. Henry Holt.

80. Schneider. (1990). Rebuilding Trust. Hazelden.

81. Schneider, C. D. (1977). Shame exposure and privacy. Boston: Beacon Press.

82. Schneider, C. D. (1987). A mature sense of shame. In D.L. Nathanson. The many faces of shame.

83. Schneider, C. (1992). Shame, Exposure, and Privacy. New York: Norton.

84. Schneider, E. (1994). Society's Belief in Family Privacy Contributions to Domestic Violence. In, Violence Against Women, ed. K. Swisher and C. Wekesser. San Diego: Greenhaven Press.

85. Schneider, J. (1989). Rebuilding the marriage during recovery from compulsive sexual behavior. Family Relations, 38, 288-294.

86. Schneider, J. (1990). Sexual problems in married couples recovering from sexual addiction and coaddiction. American Journal of Preventive Psychiatry & Neurology, 2, 33-38.

87. Schneider, J. (1998). Back from betrayal: Recovering from his affairs. New York: Ballantine.

88. Schneider, J., Corley, M., & Irons, R. (1998). Surviving disclosure of infidelity. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.5, 189-217.

89. Schneider, J., Corley, M., & Irons, R. (1999). Surviving disclosure of infidelity: Results of an international survey of 164 recovering sex addicts and partners. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 5, 189-217.

90. Schneider, J., & Irons, R. (1996). Differential diagnosis of addictive sexual disorders using the DSM-IV. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 3, 7-21.

91. Schneider, J., & Schneider, B. (1989). Rebuilding Trust for Couples Committeed to Recovery. Minneapolis,MN: Hazelden.

92. Schneider, J., & Schneider, B. (1990). Sex,lies, and forgiveness: Couples speaking out on healing from sex addiction. Center City, MN: Hazelden Educational Materials.

93. Schneider, J., & Schneider, B. (1990). Marital satisfaction during recovery from self-identified sexual addiction among bisexual men and their wives. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 16, 230-250.

94. Schneider, J., & Schneider, B. (1991). Sex, Lies and forgiveness: Couples speaking out on healing from sex addiction. San Francisco: Hazelden.

95. Schneider, J., & Schneider, B. (1996). Couple recovery from sexual addiction/coaddiction. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.3, 111-126.
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97. Schneider, J., & Schneider, B. (1999). Sex, lies, and forgiveness. Tucson: Resources Recovery Press.

98. Schneider, J. P. (1991). How to recognize the signs of sexual addiction: Asking the right questions may uncover serious problems. Postgraduate Medicine, 90(6).

99. Schneider, J. P. (2000). A Qualitative study of Cybersex Participants: Gender Differences, Recovery Issues, and Implications for Therapists. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 7, 249-278.

100. Schneider, J. P., & Schneider, B. (1991). Women sex addicts and their husbands: Problems and recovery issues. American Journal of Preventive Psychiatry & Neurology, 3, 1-5.

101. Schneider, J. P., & Weiss, R. (2001). Cybersex exposed: Recognizing the obsession. Center City: Hazelden Education and Publishing.

102. Schneider, J. (1999). New Paradigms for Treating Sex Offenders. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.4, 267-269.

103. Schneider, J. P. (1988). Back from Betrayal: Recovering from His Affairs. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

104. Schneider, J. P. (1994). Sex Addiction: Controversy Within Mainstream Addiction Medicine, Diagnosis Based on the DSM-III-R and Physician Case Histories. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 1:1, 19-45.

105. Schneider, J. P. (2000). Effects of Cybersex Addiction on the Family: Results of a survey. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 7, 31-58.

106. Schneider, M. (1992). Sexual Misconduct Policy of the Diocese of Crookston. St Mary Hospital, Detroit Lakes.

107. Schneider, T. D. (1991). Abuse is a slippery concept. Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Spring, 24.

108. Schneiders, S. (1981). The Foot Washing (John 13:1-20): An Experiment in Hermeneutics. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 43, January, 76-92.

109. Schoener, G. (1992). Prevention and intervention in cases of professional misconduct: Psychology lags behind. Minnesota Psychologist, May, 9-10.

110. Schoener, G. (1995). Employer/Supervisor liability and risk management. In J. Gonsiorek (Ed.), Breach of trust: Sexual exploitation by health care professionals and clergy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

111. Schoener, G. (1995). Assessment of professionals who have engaged in sexual boundary violations. Psychiatric Annals, 25, 95-99.

112. Schoener, G. (1999). Preventive and remedial boundaries training for helping professionals and clergy: Successful approaches and useful tools. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 24(4), 209-217.

113. Schoener, G., & Gonsiorek, J. (1988). Assessment and development of rehabilitation plans for counselors who have sexually exploited their clients. Journal of Counseling Development, 67, 227-232.

114. Schoener, G., & Luepker, E. (1996). Boundaries in group theroy: Ethical and practical issues. In B. DeChant (Ed.), Women, gender and group psychotherapy. New York: Guilford.

115. Schoener, G., Sonne, J., Lymberis, M., Steres, L., Rodolfa, E., & Lerman, H. (1994). Preventive education approaches to therapist boundary problems. Symposium presented at the 1994 convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

116. Schoener, G. R., Milgrom, J. H., & Gonsiorek, J. (1984). Sexual Exploitation of Clients by Therapists. Will and Therapy, 3(3/4), 63-69.

117. Schoener, G. R. (2000 April). Preventive and Remedial Boundaries Training for Helping Professionals and Clergy: Successful Approaches and Useful Tools. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 24(4), 1-9.

118. Schoener, G., Milgrom, J., Gonsiorek, J., Luepker, E., & Conroe, R. (Eds.). (1989). Psychotherapists' sexual involvement with clients: Intervention and prevention. Minneapolis, MN: Walk-In Counseling Center.

119. Schoenert, G. (1990). Psychotherapists' sexual involvement with clients: Intervention and prevention 2nd ed. Minneapolis: Walk-In Counseling Center.

120. Schoenherr, R. A. (1993). Full Pews and Empty Altars: Demographics of the Priest Shortage in United States Catholic Dioceses. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

121. Schoenherr, R. A., & Young, L. A. (1990). The Catholic Priest in the US: Demographic Investigations. Washington, DC: United States Catholic Conference.

122. Schover. (1988). Sexuality and Chronic Illness. Guilford.

123. Schreffler, R. (1993). Sex-abuse trial of Pittsburgh priest delayed until fall. National Catholic Reporter, 29:29, 4.

124. Schultz, K. R. (1993). The River Within: Self Help for Lifelong Trauma. Chicago,IL: Stern's book.

125. Schultz, L. (1973). The child sex victim: Social, psychological and legal perspectives. Child Welfare, 41:3, 1973.

126. Schultz, LeR. G. (1980). Victim-helpers as hostages to ideology: The case of adult-minor sexual interaction. Paper presented to the First World Congress of Victimology, Washington, D.C.

127. Schwartx, M. F. (1994). The Masters and Johnson treatment program for sex offenders: Intimacy, empathy and trauma resolution. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 1, 261-277.

128. Schwartz, B. K. (1988). A practitioner's guide to treating the incarcerated male sex offender. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice.

129. Schwartz, B. K. (1992). Effective treatment techniquew for sex offenders. Psychiatric Annals, 22 no.6, 315-319.

130. Schwartz, B., & Cellini, H. (1997). The Sex Offender: New Insights, Treatment Innovations And Legal Developments. Volume II. Kingston, New Jersey: Civic Research Institute, Inc.

131. Schwartz, B. K., & Cellini, H. R. (1995). The Sex Offender: Corrections, Treatment, and Legal Practice. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, Inc.

132. Schwartz, H. (1991). Male and female adult survivors of sexual trauma: Dissociative state disorders. Conselors and Therapists Conference.

133. Schwartz, M. (1992). Sexual compulsivity as post-traumatic stress disorder: treatment perspectives. Psychiatric Annals, June, 333-338.

134. Schwartz, M., Galperin, L., & Masters, W. (1993). The sexually abused male (Vol. 3). Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

135. Schwartz, M., Galperin, L., & Masters, W. (1994). Dissociation and Treatment of Compulsive Reenactment of Trauma: Sexual Compulsivity. Sexual Trauma.

136. Schwartz, M., Galperin, L., & Masters, W. (1995). Dissociation and treatment of compulsive reenactment of trauma. In M. Hunter (Ed.), Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse (pp. 42-55). Sage, CA: Thousand Oaks.

137. Schwartz, M., & Gay, P. (1994). Physical and sexual abuse and neglect and eating disordered symptoms. Eating Disorders, 1, 265-281.

138. Schwartz, M., & Masters, W. (1983). Conceptual factors in the treatment of paraphilias: A preliminary report. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 9, 3-19.

139. Schwartz, M., Money, J., & Robinson, K. (1981). Biosocial perspectives on eroticism. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 7, 4-19.

140. Schwartz, M., & Roe, C. (1994). Post-traumatic Stress, Dissociative Dissorder and Sexual Compulsivity. Unpublished Manuscript.

141. Schwartz, M., Roe, C., & Hemphill, P. (1993). Sexual Trauma, Sexual Compulsivity, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Dissociation. Presentation at Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers Meeting.

142. Schwartz, M. F. (1992). Sexual compulsivity program focuses on trauma work and broken love maps. Masters and Johnson Report, 1(2), 1-8.

143. Schwartz, M. F. (1995). In my opinion: Victim to victimizer. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 2, 81-88.

144. Schwartz, M. F. (1996). Reenactments related to bonding and hypersexuality. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 3, 195-212.

145. Schwartz, M. F., & Brasted, W. S. (1985). Sexual addiction: Self-hatred, guilt, and passive rage contribute to this deviant behavior. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 19, 106-107.

146. Schwartz, M. F., & Brasted, W. S. (1985). Sexual addiction. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, Vol.19 (10), 103-107.

147. Schwartz, M. F., & Clore, G. L. (1988). How do I feel about it? the information function of affective states. In K Fiedler, J Forgas (Eds.), Affect, cognition and social behavior. Lewiston: CJ Hogrefe.

148. Schwartz, M. F., & Galperin, L. (1993). Dissociation of and treatment of compulsive reenactment trauma: Sexual compulsivity. In: The sexually abused male. (Ed: M. Hunter) (Vol. 3). Lexington: Lexington books.

149. Schwartz, M. F., & Galperin, L. D. (1996). Reenactment, Trauma, and Compulsive Behavior [Special Issue]. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 3, (3).
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152. Schwartz, M. F., & Master, W. H. (1994). Integration of trauma-based, cognitive behavioral, systemic, and addiction approaches for treatment of hypersexual pair-bonding disorder. Sexual Addictive and Compulsivity, 1, 57-76.

153. Schwartz, M. F., & Masters, W. H. (1985). Treatment of paraphiliacs, pedophilias and incest families. Rape and Sexual Assault: A Research Handbook.

154. Schwartz, M. F., & Southern, S. (2000). Compulsive Cybersex: The New Tea room. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 7, 127-144.

155. Schwartz, M. (1998). Treatment of sexual trauma: A 15-year perspective. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.5 NO.2, 83-92.

156. Schwartz, M., & Cohn, L. (1996). Sexual Abuse and Eating Disorders. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

157. Schwartz, M., & Southern, S. (1999). Manifestations Of Damaged Development Of The Human Affectional Systems And Developmentally Based Psychotherapies. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.6 No.3, 163-175. (N)

158. Schwartz, M. F. (1991). Victim to Victimizer. Professional Counselor U.S. Journal, Inc., December, 43-46.

159. Schwartz, M. F. (1994). The Masters and Johnson Treatment Program for Sex Offenders: Intimacy, Empathy and Trauma Resolution. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 1:3, 261.

160. Schwartz, M. F., Galperin, L., & Masters, W. (?). Sexual Trauma Within the Context of Traumatic and Inescapable Stress, Neglect and Poisonous Pedagogy. Masters & Johnson Institute.

161. Schwartz, M. F., & Masters, W. H. (1984). Treatment of Paraphiliacs, Pedophiles, and Incest Families. Research Handbook of Rape, 1, 1-28.

162. Schwartz, M. F., & Masters, W. H. (1994). Integration of Trauma-Based, Cognitive, Behavioral, Systemic and Addiction Approaches for Treatment of Hypersexual Pair-Bonding Disorder. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 1:1, 57.

163. Schwartz, M. F., & Maters, W. H. (?). Integration of the Addictions Model Into a Comprehensive Short-Term, Treatment Program for Compulsive Sexual Behavior. Unpublished Manuscript, 1-49.

164. Schwartz, N. (1999). Self-reports: How the questions shape the answers. American Psychologist, 54(2), 93-105.

165. Schwebel, M., Skorina, J., & Schoener, G. (1988). Assisting Impaired Psychologists. Washington,DC: American Psychological Association.

166. Schwebel, M., Skorina, J., & Schoener, G. (1994). Assisting impaired psychologists (Rev ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

167. Scott, S. (2000). Charmers and Con Artists. Enumclaw: Winepress Publications.

168. Scroggs, R. (1983). The New Testament and Homosexuality. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

169. Scruton's, R. (1986). Sexual Desire: A Moral Philosophy of the Erotic. New York: Free Press.

170. Scully, D. (1990). Understanding sexual violence: A study of convicted rapists. London: Uniwin Hyman.

171. Scully, D., & Marolla, J. (1984). Convicted rapists' vocabulary of motive: Excuses and justifications. Social Problems, 31, 530-544.

172. Scult, M. (1993). Judaism faces the twentieth century: a biography of Mordecai M. Kaplan. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

173. Seabloom, W. (1980). Personal/Social Awarness: An experience in growth for the sexual dysfunctional adolescent. Childhood and Sexuality, Editions Etudes Vivantes, Montreal, Canada.

174. Seabloom, W. (1981). Beyond pathology: The economy of early intervention and enrichment treatment modalities for adolescent sexual behavioral disorders. Paper presented at the 5th World Congress on Sexology, Jerusalem, Israel.

175. Seabloom, W. (1984). The Firefly Jar I Live in: Writings and drawings from the Boys and Girls Groups of Personal/Social Awareness. Minneapolis, MN: Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota.

176. Seabloom, W. (1991). Culture, disability and sexual health: Treatment of a hearing-impared adolescent sex offender in an all hearing impared group treatment program. 10th World Congress for Sexology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

177. Seabloom, W. (1991). A sexual health apporach to treating a case of Brachio-Procto Eroticism in an intellectually disabled adult male. Paper presented at 10th World Congress for Sexology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

178. Seabloom, W. (1993). Dragons Beware! Child Sexual Health: The Vision: A New Reality. San Francisco, CA: Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.

179. Seabloom, W. (1993). Positive sexuoerotic imagery: A useful modality in the treatment of pedophilia and ephebophilia. Paper presented at the Third Internaional Congress: Treatment of Sex Offenders, Minneapolis, MN.

180. Seabloom, W. (1993). An institute for child and adolescent sexual health: Research in the forbidden zone. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Society for the Scientific Study of Sex.

181. Seabloom, W. (1995). A hermeneutic model of treatment for pedosexual/ephebosexual behavioral crisis. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference Treatment of Sex Offenders, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

182. Seabloom, W. (1995). A hermeneutic model of treatment for clergy in sexual behavioral crisis. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, San Francisco, CA.

183. Seabloom, W. (1995). Read'n, Rite'n 'n Rhetoric: A theraputic educational protocol for youth and adults in sexual crisis. Presented at Midwest Regional Meeting, Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Minneapolis, MN. (N)

184. Sealy, J. (1999). Dual and Triple Diagnoses: Addictions, Mental Illness, and HIV Infection Guidllines for Outpatient Therapists. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.6 No.3, 195-219.

185. Sealy, J. R. (1994). Dependency Needs and Sexually Addicted Professionals. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 1, 306-321.

186. Searight, H. R., & Campbell, D. C. (1993). Physician-patient sexual contact: Ethical and legal issues and clinical guidelines. Journal of Family Practice, 36, 647-653.

187. Seat, J. T. et al. (1993). The prevalence and contributing factors of sexual misconduct among Southern Baptist pastors in six Southern states. Journal of Pastoral Care, winter, 363-372.

188. Secker, S. L. (1993-1994). The pedophilia crisis. Conscience, 14:4, 22-25.

189. Second Generation Zen Teachers. (1991). Second generation Zen teachers' statement. Turning Wheel, Summer, 29.

190. Sedgwick. (1992). Good Sex Book: Discovering & Recovering. Comp Care.

191. Segal, Z. V., & Stermac, L. E. (1990). The Role of cognition in Sexual Assault. Handbook of Sexual Assault, 161-174.

192. Seghorn, T., & Cohen, M. (1980). The psychology of the rape assailannt. In "Modern Legal Medicine, and Forensic Science. Philadelphia: FA Davis, Co. (N)

193. Seghorn, T., Prentky, R., & Boucher, R. (1987). Childhood sexual abuse in the lives of sexually aggressive offenders. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 26, 262-267.

194. Sehested, N. (1991). A Southern Baptist Pastor Speaks. Women and Church: The Challenge of Ecumenical Solidarity in an Age of Alienation, 57.

195. Seidman, B. T., Marshall, W. L., Hudson, S. M., & Robertson, P. L. (1994). An examination of intimacy and loneliness in sex offenders. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, (9)4, 518-534.

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