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Author Cullen, Eric

Title Dovegate : a therapeutic community in a private prison and developments in therapeutic work with personality disordered offenders / Eric Cullen, Judith Mackenzie
Published Hook, Hampshire : Waterside Press, 2011

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Contents Cover -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- The Author of the Foreword -- Foreword -- The Authors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Dovegate: The Bid, Philosophy and Principles -- I. The Origins of a New Therapeutic Community in the Private Prison Sector -- II. The Private Finance Initiative -- III. The Dovegate Bidding Process -- Premier Prison Services Limited (PPS) -- IV. The Operational Drafting -- Treatment Model of Choice -- Bid Outline -- The Lead Consultant -- V. Success -- VI. The Dovegate TC Philosophy and Objectives
Main Elements of the RegimeVII. Innovations -- The High Intensity Programme (HIP) -- Clear, Delineated Selection Criteria -- Multi-Modal Treatment -- Referral and Entry Criteria -- VIII. The Assessment Process -- IX. Research Programme -- Summary -- The Politics of Privatisation -- I. The Private Prison Business -- The American Private Prison Industry -- Private Prisons in the United Kingdom -- Some Arguments for Private Prisons -- Cost -- Quality -- Accountability -- Security -- Ethical Considerations -- Some Arguments Against Private Prisons
CostQuality -- Accountability -- Security -- Ethical considerations -- Summary -- II. Politics, Prisons and Therapeutic Communities -- Section I: The Politics of Imprisonment -- The Purposes of Imprisonment -- Section II: The Politics and Promise of TCs -- External Threats -- Expansion Threats -- Internal Threats -- Opportunities -- Summary -- III. Consequences of Privatisation in Practice -- A Brief History of Therapeutic Communities -- I. The History of British Therapeutic Communities -- William Tuke and the Quakers -- Victorian Asylums
""Northfields and Mill Hill""""Henderson Hospital""; ""Barlinnie Special Unit (1973�1995)""; ""The Association of Therapeutic Communities (ATC)""; ""Some Prison-based TCs""; ""The Max Glatt Unit at Wormwood Scrubs (1972�2002)""; ""Gartree (1993���)""; ""Feltham (1989�1997)""; ""Aylesbury (1997�2006)""; ""Glen Parva (1981�1997) (and a note on some further TCs)""; ""II. The Psychiatric Tradition""; ""III. It Works""; ""Cullen (1993)""; ""Marshall (1997)""; ""Taylor (2000)""; ""TC Governance Arrangements""; ""Summary""; ""Building the People and the Community""
""I. Staff Training""""II. The Support Team""; ""The Lead Consultant""; ""Month One���November""; ""Assessment and Resettlement Units/High Intensity Programme Units ""; ""Therapeutic Communities A and B""; ""EduCom""; ""Into Month Two""; ""Into the New Year""; ""Nearing the End for the Support Team""; ""The Operations Managers""; ""Summary of Support Team Observations""; ""Conclusion""; ""The Director�s Tale: A Search Engine for Meaning""; ""Staff and Residents� Tales""; ""I. Residents""; ""Resident A""; ""Resident B""; ""Resident C""; ""Resident D""; ""Resident E""; ""Resident F""
Summary The book considers: the background to and regimes at Dovegate; modern developments in TC work with (often high-risk) offenders; the differences between Dovegate, Grendon and other UK prison-based TCs; private and public sector imperatives; democratic and hierarchical TCs; reparative, restorative and punitive approaches; accreditation, group work, assessment, suitability and de-selection TC-culture versus prison culture the role of positive attitudes, relationships and experiences; psychology, psychiatry, psychotherapy, security and control; how TCs alter behaviour and prevent crime
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject HMP Dovegate Therapeutic Community.
SUBJECT HMP Dovegate Therapeutic Community
HMP Dovegate Therapeutic Community fast
Subject Therapeutic communities -- Case studies
Prisoners -- Mental health services.
Mentally ill offenders -- Rehabilitation
Personality disorders -- Treatment
Therapeutic communities.
Personality Disorders -- therapy
Community Mental Health Services -- organization & administration
Criminals -- psychology
Prisoners -- psychology
Prisons -- organization & administration
Therapeutic Community
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Penology.
Mentally ill offenders -- Rehabilitation
Personality disorders -- Treatment
Prisoners -- Mental health services
Therapeutic communities
SUBJECT England https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D004739
Genre/Form Case studies
Form Electronic book
Author Mackenzie, Judith
ISBN 1906534888
9781906534882