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This outpatient treatment program’s primary goal is to reduce sexual behavior problems among school-age children, through the provision of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychoeducational, and supportive services to children and families. This program is rated Effective. Compared to youths in play therapy, youths in the CBT for sexual behavior problems group had significantly fewer sexual offenses. There was no significant difference in the rate of non-sexual offenses between these groups.
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