Offending Behaviour Programmes. Development, Application and Controversies. Wiley Series in Forensic Clinical Psychology

  • ID: 2325230
  • Book
  • 310 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The delivery of treatment through the use of programmes is an approach to therapeutic intervention that has been present in clinical psychology for some time.  The arguments and debates around programmes, both conceptually and in terms of technology, have thus been widely rehearsed in the broader clinical literature.  However, the growth in the use of offending behaviour programmes has been exponential within the criminal justice system over the last decade.  Typically, offending behaviour programmes are empirically–based interventions, aimed to reduce re–offending, for use with either offenders in general, or with particular groups of offenders such as violent offenders and sex offenders.  Offending behaviour programmes are interesting at two levels.  Firstly, there are various technical issues, such as the design and implementation of programmes, the accreditation and management of programmes, alongside the critical question of their effectiveness in both motivating offenders to partake in treatment, and ultimately their impact in reducing re–offending.  Secondly, there are broader issues such as the impact of programmes on traditional forms of practice, the complications associated with a national roll out of programmes, philosophical objections to working in a prescribed manner, and training practitioners to deliver programmes.
This book considers these issues from both a general perspective, as well as containing chapters considering offending behaviour programmes for specific groups of offenders: generic programmes, violent and domestic violence offenders, sexual offenders, and substance–misusing offenders.
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About the Editors page.

List of Contributors.

Series Editors′ Preface.

Preface.

1 Offending behaviour programmes: history and development (Clive R. Hollin and Emma J. Palmer).

2 Offending behaviour programmes and contention: evidence–based practice, manuals, and programme evaluation (Clive R. Hollin).

3 General offending behaviour programmes: concept, theory, and practice (James McGuire).

4 Violent offender programmes: concept, theory, and practice (Devon L. L. Polaschek).

5 Sex offender programmes: concept, theory, and practice (Ruth E. Mann and Yolanda M. Fernandez).

6 Drug and alcohol programmes: concept, theory, and practice (Mary McMurran).

7 The implementation and maintenance of quality services in offender rehabilitation programmes (Claire Goggin and Paul Gendreau).

8 Offending behaviour programmes: controversies and resolutions (Clive R. Hollin and Emma J. Palmer).

Index.

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Professor Clive Hollin is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Chartered Forensic Psychologist. He is professor of Criminological Psychology at the University of Leicester, and the first recipient of the Senior Career Award from the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychology of the BPS, for his distinguished contribution to forensic psychology.

Dr Emma Palmer lectures in forensic psychology at the University of Leicester. She is an associate fellow of the BPS, and a chartered forensic psychologist. She has run training events for the National Probation Service and is managing editor of the journal Psychology, Crime and Law.

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