Denial and Discovery presents ten case histories that take readers through the closed doors of the psychosexual assessment office to an intimate view of the dramas that unfold there - not only for clients and their families but for the evaluators themselves.
Each case history is a journey of discovery. The early adamant denials of sexual misconduct help set the scene. The story then unfolds as the authors identify and marshall strategies to determine the facts.
One of the distinctive qualities of the book is its reflection of the unique team approach taken by the evaluators.
A collection of anecdotes about the social, psychology and cultural adjustments demanded, when faced with the task of containing humans in cages. It attempts to portray how virtue and corruption in people ebbs and flows, depending on the pressure and demands of circumstance.