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Title Working positively with personality disorder in secure settings : a practitioner's perspective / edited by Phil Willmot and Neil Gordon
Published Chichester, West Sussex, UK : John Wiley & Sons, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 267 pages)
Series Wiley series in personality disorders
Wiley series in personality disorders.
Contents From "anxious and sad" to "risky and bad" : changing patterns of referrals to the personality disorder directorate / Jenny Marshall and Phil Willmot -- Trapped in the "special hospital" : the problems encountered in the pathway to medium secure units / Amanda Tetley and Gopi Krishnan -- What works with forensic clients with personality disorder? : integrating the literature on personality disorder, correctional programmes, and psychopathy / Phil Wilmot and Amanda Tetley -- Assessing personality disorder in forensic settings / Phil Willmot -- A treatment pathway for high security offenders with a personality disorder / Sue Evershed -- Attachment theory and the therapeutic relationship in the treatment of personality disorder / Louise Sainsbury -- Therapeutic style and adapting approaches to therapy / Kerry Beckley
The grey areas of boundary issues when working with forensic patients who have a personality disorder / Sue Evershed -- One patient's therapeutic journey / James and Louise Sainsbury -- Therapist's experiences of therapy / Neil Gordon, Kerry Beckley, and Graham Lowings -- Making sense of interpersonal dynamics : a schema focused approach / Kerry Beckley -- The importance of systemic workforce development in high secure settings / Andrea Milligan and Neil Gordon -- Establishing a supervision culture for clinicians working with personality disordered offenders in a high secure hospital / Andrea Daykin and Neil Gordon -- An individual approach to assessing change / Jason Davies -- Patient experiences of therapeutic and anti-therapeutic processes / Phil Willmot -- Looking to the future / Neil Gordon and Phil Willmot
Summary Working Positively with Personality Disorder in Secure Settings provides a positive, compassionate and evidence-based guide to working with patients with personality disorders.: Unique in both its coverage and in its positive and evidence-based approach to working with patients with personality disorders; Written with a practical focus by experienced practitioners in the field; Offers a broad approach, with contributions from forensic and clinical psychologists, nurses, and therapists; Covers therapy and therapeutic relationships, and issues of supervision, workforce development, treatment eva
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Personality disorders -- Treatment.
Prisoners -- Mental health services.
Forensic Psychiatry.
Hospitals, Psychiatric.
Mentally Ill Persons -- psychology.
Personality Disorders.
Prisoners -- psychology.
Security Measures.
Form Electronic book
Author Gordon, Neil, 1959-
Willmot, Phil.
LC no. 2010027874
ISBN 0470683791 (electronic bk.)
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