Identify the function and role of paraphilic and aggressive sexual responses and recurrent sexual fantasies. Address restitution and reparation to their victims and the community, in a direct or indirect manner, as appropriate. The primary goal of Sex Offender Treatment is to prevent new sexual offenses from occurring. The SOT programs are designed to assist offenders to: Identify and assess the function and role of thinking errors and maladaptive attitudes and beliefs; provide comprehensive assessment of risks, needs, abilities, and strengths. This includes other similarly obsessive and compulsive behaviors, such as gambling, shopping, video-gaming, etc. The program provides information and activities designed to: Identify the function and role of chemical abuse or other antisocial behavior. Identify and address particular family issues or dysfunctions, including childhood abuse issues, which precipitate or support the sexually offensive behavior. Disclose their history of sexually abusive and criminal sexual behavior and pattern of sexual response. This includes direct training of family members to hold their family members accountable for their behavior and support them to change without the use of enabling behaviors. Reduce their denial or minimization of their criminal sexual behavior and admit any blame placed on circumstantial factors. Learn and use appropriate strategies and techniques to manage paraphilic and aggressive sexual responses, urges, fantasies, and interests; and maintain or enhance sexual response to appropriate partners or situations when possible. Develop a detailed re-offense prevention plan that identifies the cycle of sexually abusive behavior and alternative behaviors designed to decrease risk, and identifies a network of persons who support change in the offender.