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|Description:||xxii, 186 pages : illustrations|
|Contents:||Disabling perversion: building a theory of forensic disability therapy --
Mapping the unknown world: a narrative approach to risk assessment --
When I grow up I want to have sex: working with children and young adults --
Speak no evil: the role of creative therapies in working with severe disability --
The disability transference: transference and countertransference issues --
Grieving and the imagined baby: on working with families of forensic disability patients --
Sex as an SOS: group analytic perspectives --
The disabled organisation: on supervision and consulation --
on saying I don't know: expedient disabilities and mind envy.
|Series Title:||Forensic psychotherapy monograph series.|
'This remarkable book is unique not just in the field of forensic psychotherapy, but in the wider field of mainstream therapy. Through its vivid mix of case studies, analytic theory, and clinical