Firesetting Children: Risk Assessment and TreatmentBy:
George A. Sakheim
Intended for use by psychologists, clinical social workers, and other mental health professionals, Firesetting Children describes the personality, behavioral characteristics, and family background variables that have been consistently and positively associated with firesetting behavior. It shows how a firesetter risk evaluation may be performed to allow for important distinctions to be made between juvenile firesetters and nonfiresetters and between low-risk match players/curiosity firestarters and high-risk/pathological firestarters.
CWLA Stock Number: 5790
Publication Date: 1994