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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Sexual behaviour clinic (SBC)

 

Overview

The Sexual behaviour clinic (SBC) is a group-based cognitive behavioural intervention for convicted sex offenders. The aim of SBC is to reduce re-offending rates by:

SBC is offered within the prison setting and runs between six to nine months depending upon the risk of the individuals engaged in treatment. Groups include approximately 12 offenders, with participants being convicted of a range of offences, including those against both adults and children.

The specific components of the SBC program are:

Child sex offenders who have been sentenced to a community based order are referred to the Department of Health's 'Owenia House' program (formerly the Sexual ofenders treatment assessment programme) for intervention.

Department for Correctional Services, South Australia abstract

Contacts

Department for Correctional Services, South Australia
400 King William St
Adelaide SA 5000
GPO Box 1747
Adelaide SA 5001
Email: dcs@sa.gov.au

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Last updated: 9 April 2014
 
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