Author: Ron Langevin, Ph. D., Juniper Associates and University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Individuals with sexual disorders frequently find themselves in trouble with the law and typically are designated as sex offender who may be required to engage in mental health treatment. In significant numbers they have neuropsychological problems and learning difficulties that should be examined because this group may learn in different ways so traditional teaching/therepy methods may be ineffective. These problems are reflected in their educational achievments and intellegence quotients.