The remaining chapters are predominantly concerned with the participants’ views regarding their respective treatment programmes. Chapter 7 examines their perceptions of programme content, as well as their accounts of their offending behaviour. In particular, it discusses the participants’ perception of what they felt they had gained from participating in treatment. Similarly, Chapter 8 explores the accounts of the two men who re-offended while participating on the C-SOGP with regard to what (if anything) they felt they had gained from the programme. The purpose of this chapter is to explore the participants’ observations about programme delivery. In doing so, it helps to identify under what social and institutional contexts effective treatments can be achieved. It also illustrates how the group environment can both enable and limit a group member’s performance within treatment.