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Forensic Interventions for Therapy and Rehabilitation
Case Studies and Analysis





ISBN 9780367205362
Published December 23, 2021 by Routledge
296 Pages 13 B/W Illustrations

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Forensic Interventions for Therapy and Rehabilitation: Case Studies and Analysis provides an up-to-date overview of the latest therapeutic ideas being used for forensic service users and prisoners in both custodial and community settings. 

The field of forensic work is increasingly being recognised for its importance, both in terms of the value of the work in reducing reoffending and in terms of the salience given to it by the media, the public, and politically. This text reflects current policy and practice, and furthermore considers the therapeutic encounter from a broad perspective, which incorporates individual, group, and systemic interventions. Forensic Interventions for Therapy and Rehabilitation includes chapters on a range of therapeutic models, issues pertinent to specific groups of people with criminal convictions, and discussion on the various contexts in which interventions take place.  

Forensic Interventions for Therapy and Rehabilitation is essential reading for all students of Forensic or Clinical Psychology, as well as practitioners in the field. 

Table of Contents

Foreword

Nicholas Blagden

1. Health Meets Justice: Transformation in Forensic Practice

Naomi Murphy and Michael Underwood

2.Statistical Analysis of Intervention Studies in Forensic Psychology

Mark Andrews and Lucy Justice

3.Therapeutic Communities and Facilitating Change

Geraldine Akerman

4.Boundaries and Boundary Setting in Clinical Practice

Laura J. Hamilton

5. Radically Open-Dialectical Behaviour Therapy: A New Treatment of People with Maladaptive Overcontrol Who Offend

Laura J. Hamilton, Lee Bacon, and Emma Longfellow

6. A Healthy Sex Programme for Individuals with Paraphilic Interests Convicted of Sexual Offending: Biopsychosocial Processes and Intervention Procedures

Jamie Walton

7. The Importance of Being Earnest: Rethinking the "Problem" of Categorical Denial in Men with Sexual Convictions

Nicholas Blagden, Ruth E. Mann, and Jamie Walton

8. Deaf Treatment Programmes

Nichola Payne, Helen O’Connor, and Rebecca Lievesley

9. Compassion Focused Therapy as an Intervention of Sexual Offending

Kerensa Hocken and Jon Taylor

10. Mindfulness for individuals with a violent and/or sexual conviction

Rachael Lee

11. Apollo: An Intervention to Improve Psychological Flexibility for Young People Displaying Sexually Harmful Behaviour

Victoria Hodierne, Kerensa Hocken, and Imogen Byrne

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Biography

Belinda Winder is a Professor in Forensic Psychology, Chartered Psychologist and Research Director of the Centre for Crime, Offending, Prevention & Engagement (COPE) in the School of Social Sciences at Nottingham Trent University. Belinda is a co-founder of Safer Living Foundation, a charity set up in 2014 to conduct and evaluate initiatives that help to prevent further victims of sexual crime.

Nicholas Blagden is an Associate Professor in Forensic Psychology, Chartered Psychologist and head of the Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Unit at Nottingham Trent University. He has worked and researched within the criminal justice system and HM Prison Service extensively and is a co-founder and trustee of the Safer Living Foundation charity.

Laura Hamilton is a Consultant Forensic Psychologist and Senior Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University. She has worked in a range of prison and forensic psychiatric settings for almost 20 years, providing assessment, formulation, and treatment services to a broad spectrum of individuals with criminal convictions.

Simon Scott is a Senior Researcher in the Centre for Crime, Offending, Prevention & Engagement (COPE) in the School of Social Sciences at Nottingham Trent University. He has previously been a Trustee of the Prisoners’ Education Trust which supports the education in prisons.