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Author Ireland, Jane L., author.

Title The Routledge International Handbook of Forensic Psychology in Secure Settings / editors, Carol A. Ireland, Martin Fisher
Edition First edition
Published London : Taylor and Francis, ©2017
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Series Routledge International Handbooks
Contents Part, I Populations and issues -- chapter Part I Foreword / Martin Fisher -- chapter 1 Young high risk forensic populations -- Assessment, treatment and risk management / Mark E. Olver Keira C. Stockdale -- chapter 2 Understanding women offenders in prison / Ruth McCausland Eileen Baldry -- chapter 3 Offenders with intellectual and developmental disabilities / William R. Lindsay Amanda M. Michie Caroline Finlay John L. Taylor -- chapter 4 Understanding resistance, denial and responsibility in offender treatment / Robert Wright Sandra L. Schneider -- chapter 5 Recommendations for preventing suicide and other self-harm in prison / Greg Dear -- chapter 6 Assessment issues in offending populations in secure settings / Michael Daffern James R.P. Ogloff -- part, II Treatment -- chapter 102 Part II Foreword / Jane L. Ireland -- chapter 7 Treatment with firesetters in secure settings / Nichola Tyler Theresa A. Gannon -- chapter 8 Sex offender treatment in correctional and forensic settings / Liam E. Marshall Jennifer Roters -- chapter 9 Evidence-based practice principles applied to domestic violence programmes for offenders / Lynn A. Stewart Jillian I. Cragg -- chapter 10 Trauma and its treatment in forensic settings / Jamie Hacker Hughes -- chapter 11 Technology-enhanced innovations for addressing substance-misusing offenders' treatment needs / John R. Weekes Sarah Elison Chealsea De Moor Katherine de Loë -- chapter 12 Effective interventions for acquisitive offenders -- Reviewing the evidence base and identifying treatment targets / Lynn A. Stewart Amelia M. Usher -- chapter 13 Psychotherapy for personality disorder -- Where are we? Where should we go from here? Where do we need to end up? / W. John Livesley -- part, III Staff and workplace issues -- chapter Part III Foreword / Neil Gredecki -- chapter 14 The positive practice of safety -- Reductions in workplace violence through increases in safety and security at organisational and interpersonal levels / Bob Bowen -- chapter 15 The resilient organisation / Joanna Clarke -- chapter 16 Supervision within forensic practice settings / Estelle Moore Alex Lord -- chapter 17 A principled approach to ethical issues for psychologists in prisons and secure settings / Alfred Allan -- chapter 18 The psychological and emotional effects of prison on prison staff / Helen Arnold -- chapter 19 'Crafting identity' -- Constructions of the prison officer role / Neil Gredecki Christine Horrocks -- chapter 20 Prison officer orientations and the implications for responsivity with incarcerated youth / Rose Ricciardelli Kelsea Perry R. Nicholas Carleton -- part, IV Contemporary issues for forensic application -- chapter Part IV Foreword / Carol A. Ireland -- chapter 21 Understanding critical incidents and their management in secure forensic services / Carol A. Ireland -- chapter 22 Understanding terrorism / Kurt Braddock -- chapter 23 Understanding and intervening with partner abuse / John Hamel -- chapter 24 Addressing the problems of gangs and gang members in the justice system -- Current status and future directions for research and intervention / Joanna Kubik Ashley Schappell D'Inverno Meagan Docherty Carolina Herrera Paul Boxer -- chapter 25 Understanding and managing bullying among those detained in secure settings -- Moving beyond the individual / Jane L. Ireland
Summary "The Routledge International Handbook of Forensic Psychology in Secure Settings is the first volume to identify, discuss and analyse the most important psychological issues within prisons and secure hospitals. Including contributions from leading researchers and practitioners from the UK, US, Australia and Canada, the book covers not only the key groups that forensic psychologists work with, but also the treatment options available to them, workplace issues unique to secure settings, and some of the wider topics that impact upon offender populations. The book is divided into four sections:population and issues;treatment; staff and workplace issues;contemporary issues for forensic application. With chapters offering both theoretical rigour and practical application, this is a unique resource that will be essential reading for any student, researcher or practitioner of forensic psychology or criminology. It will also be relevant for those interested in social policy and social care."--Provided by publisher
Subject Criminal psychology.
Forensic psychiatry -- Methodology
Prison administration.
Prison psychology.
Psychiatric hospitals -- Administration.
Criminal psychology.
Prison administration.
Prison psychology.
Psychiatric hospitals -- Administration.
Form Electronic book
Author Fisher, Martin, editor ...
Gredecki, Neil, editor ...
Ireland, Carol A., editor ...
ISBN 113894257X