Treatment of children and adolescents who are sexually abusive
[The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry:] Satiation Techniques. This involves either verbal or masturbatory satiation. The offender is first encouraged to masturbate to ejaculation in response to socially appropriate sexual fantasies with the concomitant feelings of affection and tenderness. After this experience the offender is required to masturbate to deviant sexual fantasies. If the offender becomes aroused, he or she is told to switch to an appropriate fantasy or in some instances exposed to an aversive stimulus such as ammonia. Verbal satiation requires the dictation on an audiotape of the most stimulating paraphiliac imagery for at least 30 minutes after masturbation 3 times a week. It is assumed that the paraphiliac fantasy becomes boring and subsequently extinguished.
source: Article 'Practice parameters for the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents who are sexually abusive of others' by J. Shaw; Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 38, 12 Suppl.; Quote used in the book 'Censoring Sex Research - The Debate over Male Intergenerational Relations' edited by Thomas K. Hubbard & Beert Verstraete; Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA; 2013; Article Shaw from: 1999