When therapy doesn’t help..

Lisa

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In 2017, the government's flagship treatment scheme for people convicted in England and Wales of r*pe or child sexual abuse was scrapped after it was shown to raise the risk of reoffending. Two sex offenders have told BBC Radio 4's File on 4 programme what it was like to take part in the rehabilitation programme.

‘Deviant thoughts'
"Being in group settings, discussing serious offences and some less serious offences - because these groups were mixed - actually made prisoners worse and normalised what prisoners were doing," he says.
Rapists, murderers, child sex offenders and "flashers" were all placed together, says Paul.
"People were learning from their mistakes - they were learning from other group members how to perhaps be better sex offenders without being caught."
Ministry of Justice (MoJ) research showed 10% of men who had completed the SOTP reoffended, compared with 8% of those who had not done the programme.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-49973318

Here’s a chilling thought..”People were learning from their mistakes-they were learning from other group members to be better sex offenders without being caught.”
Or..
Sex offender: 'I've never had so many deviant thoughts'
 





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I think everyone doning some mistakes in thier life they should given a channce to rehabilate themselves , the success person the one who learn from his mistakes and go ahead...
Sure but the people in this article are saying that they are getting worse not better by doing the therapy...
“actually made prisoners worse and normalised what prisoners were doing.”