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Forensic Music Therapy : a Treatment for Men and Women in Secure Hospital Settings.

Author: Stella Compton-Dickinson; Helen Odell-Miller; John Adlam
Publisher: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2012.
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Forensic Music Therapy demonstrates diverse and innovative approaches, which include live, improvised and pre-composed music, from music therapy teams working in secure treatment settings. The book covers clinical development, research, supervision and discussion of institutional and multi-disciplinary team dynamics. It will inform professionals about different ways to manage challenging situations in order to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stella Compton-Dickinson; Helen Odell-Miller; John Adlam
ISBN: 9780857005397 0857005391
OCLC Number: 815670905
Description: 1 online resource (258 pages)
Contents: Foreword by Dr Estela Welldon, Founder and Honorary Elected President for Life, International Association for Forensic Psychotherapy. Introduction. Stella Compton Dickinson, Research Lead in Arts Therapies, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Forensic Services, Prof Helen Odell-Miller, Professor of Music Therapy, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge and John Adlam, Consultant Adult Forensic Psychotherapist, S London and Maudsley Foundation NHS Trust. List of Contributors. Part I. The Institutional Setting. 1. Care and Control: Delivering Forensic Psychological Therapies in the High Secure Hospital Setting. Dr Phyllis Annesley, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, National High Secure Healthcare Service for Women, Rampton Hospital, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and Dr Lindsay Jones, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Cognitive Analytic Therapy Practitioner, NHS North Yorkshire and York. 2. Inside and Outside the Walls: Music Therapy Supervision in a Forensic Setting. Prof Helen Odell-Miller, Professor of Music Therapy, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. 3. Music Therapy with Long-stay In-patients: Communication Issues and Collaboration with the Clinical Team. Philip Hughes, Music Therapist, NHS, Hertfordshire and Irene Cormac, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Rampton Hospital, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. 4. Buffering and Containing Attacks Upon the Work in a Medium Secure Service. Sarah Hill, Head of Arts Therapies and Vocational Services Manager at North London Forensic Service, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust. Part II. Clinical - Music Therapy from Adolescent to Adult Offenders. 5. A Case of Work, Rest and Play: Music Therapy in Early Onset Psychosis. Stella Compton Dickinson, Research Lead in Arts Therapies, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Forensic Services. 6. Walking the Line: Music Therapy in the Context of the Recovery Approach in a High Secure Hospital. Alex Maguire, Senior Music Therapist, Broadmoor Hospital, Berkshire and Ian Merrick, Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist, Broadmoor Hospital, Berkshire. 7. Working with Conflict: A Summary of Developments in the Long-term Treatment of a Man Suffering with Paranoid Schizophrenia who Committed Manslaughter. Stella Compton Dickinson, Research Lead in Arts Therapies, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Forensic Services and Dr Manjit Gahir, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist and Lead Consultant, National High Secure Deaf Service, Rampton Hospital, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. 8. Music, Mourning and the Matrix: Death and Loss within a Forensic Music Therapy Group. Rebecca Roberts, Music Therapist, Rampton Hospital, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. 9. 'The Lost Boy': An Exploration of Dissociation using Cognitive Analytic Music Therapy. Stella Compton Dickinson, Research Lead in Arts Therapies, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Forensic Services. Part III. Research. 10. Risks, Ruptures and the Role of the Co-therapist in Group Cognitive Analytic Music Therapy (G-CAMT): A Pilot Group at a High Secure Hospital. Victoria Sleight, Music Therapist, Rampton Hospital, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and Stella Compton Dickinson, Research Lead in Arts Therapies, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Forensic Services. 11. Integrating Models for Integrated Care Pathways: Introducing Group Cognitive Analytic Music Therapy (G-CAMT) to a Women's Enhanced Medium-secure Setting (WEMSS). Rebecca Lawday, Chartered Forensic Psychologist, Women's Services at Arnold Lodge, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and Stella Compton Dickinson, Research Lead in Arts Therapies, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Forensic Services. 12. Containment or Contamination? Music Therapy, Personality Disorder and the Forensic Mental Health Team. Petra Hervey, Music Therapist and Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Trust and Helen Odell-Miller, Professor of Music Therapy, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. Appendices. List of Figures. Index.

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