Discharged Due to:
- Failure to fully disclose information about current conviction and deviant sexual practices.
- Failure to adequately participate in treatment process.
- Poor attendance.
- Noncompliance with assignments and restrictions.
- Monitoring difficulties in the community
- Unsupervised/unauthorized contact with victims or minors.
- Increased amenability for outpatient treatment.
- Increased disclosure about offense and deviant sexual arousal patterns.
- Increased participation in treatment groups.
- Improved interpersonal skills.
- Development of cognitive-behavioral reconditioning techniques to decrease deviant arousal patterns.
- Reduced cognitive rigidity and modified belief system.
- Completion of individualized goals as formulated with the referral source.
- Participation in treatment program milieu.
- Group therapy participation.
- Written assignments.
- Behavioral assignments.
- Psychiatric or psychological evaluation.