Psychology in Probation Services. Forensic Practice series

  • ID: 2249823
  • Book
  • 216 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book serves as a route map for those interested in the application of psychology to the work of probation services. Starting with an outline of the strategic framework for applied psychological services across probation and prisons, the book then gives an up–to–date picture of some key emerging areas of applied psychological practice in probation settings, including: court work, mental health, working with sex offenders, risk assessment, group work, multi–agency public protection panels, lifer assessments, domestic violence work, and suicide and intentional self–injury.

The book can be effectively used alongside Graham Towl s Psychology in Prisons (BPS Blackwell, 2003).

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List of Contributors.

Foreword Herschel Prins, University of Loughborough and TrentUniversity.

Editors Preface.

Series Editors Preface.

Revolving Doors Agency its Work with Offenders in the Community.

1. Applied Psychological Services in the National Probation Service for England and Wales Graham Towl and David Crighton.

2. Work in the Courts David Crighton.

3. Counselling Psychologists and Mental Health Work in Probation Services Sharon Mayer, Devon NHS Trust.

4. The Role of Psychology in the Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offenders in the National Probation Service Andrew Bates, National Probation Service, Thames Valley area.

5. Risk Assessment David Crighton.

6. Suicide and Intentional Self–Injury Sara Casado, National Probation Service, Sussex area, and Amy Beck, National Probation Service, Surrey area.

7. Groupwork–based Interventions Anne Williams, HM Prison Service and National Probation Service, West Midlands area.

8. Cognitive Skills Groupwork Derval Ambrose, National Probation Service, London area.

9. Multi–Agency Public Protection Arrangements Tanya Tancred, National Probation Service, Kent area.

10. Domestic Violence Work with Male Offenders: Examining Current Practice and Considering Potential Future Developments Jane Lindsay, University of Portsmouth, Dermot Brady, National Probation Service, London area, and Debbie McQueirns, National Probation Service, London area.

11. Work with Life Sentence Offenders Debbie McQueirns.

12. Partnership Working: Organizational Roles, Structures and Interfaces Trudy Leeson, National Probation Service, Derbyshire area, and David Crighton.

Bibliography.

Index

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David A. Crighton
Graham J. Towl
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