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Grendon and the emergence of forensic therapeutic communities : developments in research and practice

著者: Elizabeth Sullivan; Richard Shuker
出版商: Chichester, West Sussex ; Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
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"Grendon opened in 1962 as an experimental psychiatric prison to provide treatment for prisoners with antisocial personality disorder. Today it is run by a prison service governor but continues to operate a unique regime in that its six wings are all autonomous therapeutic communities"--Provided by publisher.
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所有的著者/提供者: Elizabeth Sullivan; Richard Shuker
ISBN: 9780470990551 0470990554 9780470990575 0470990570
OCLC号码: 498366245
描述: xxiii, 333 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
内容: Introducing forensic democratic therapeutic communities / Alisa Stevens --
Dovegate therapeutic community : bid, birth, growth and survival / Eric Cullen and Alan Miller --
The Van der Hoeven clinic : a flexible and innovative forensic psychiatric hospital based on therapeutic community principles / Judith de Boer-van Schaik and Frans Derks --
A therapeutic distinction with a difference : comparing American concept-based therapeutic communities and British democratic therapeutic community treatment for prison inmates / Douglas S. Lipton --
Towards a social analytical therapy / John Shine --
Putting principles into practice : the therapeutic community regime at HMP Grendon and its relationship with the 'good lives' model / Michael Brookes --
Personality disorder : using therapeutic communities as an integrative approach to address risk / Richard Shuker --
Psychodrama as part of core therapy at HMP Grendon / Jinnie Jefferies --
Self and social function : art therapy and readiness for treatment in a therapeutic community prison / Bill Wylie --
Undertaking therapy at HMP Grendon with men who have committed sexual offences / Geraldine Akerman --
Reflections on Grendon : interviews with men who are about to leave / Elizabeth Sullivan --
'This can't be real' : continuity at HMP Grendon / Lorna A. Rhodes --
The experience of officers in a therapeutic prison : an interpretive phenomenological analysis / James McManus --
Emotional influence and empathy in prison-based therapeutic communities / Karen Niven, David Holman and Peter Totterdell --
The quality of life of prisoners and staff at HMP Grendon / Guy Shefer --
Suicide and self-injurious behaviours at HMP Grendon / Adrienne Rivlin --
Changes in prison offending among residents of a prison-based therapeutic community / Margaret Newton --
Changes in interpersonal relating following therapeutic community treatment at HMP Grendon / Richard Shuker and Michelle Newberry --
The experiences of black and minority ethnic (BME) prisoners in a therapeutic community prison / Michelle Newberry --
Research in prison / Martin J. Fisher, Carol Ireland and Elizabeth Sullivan.
责任: edited by Richard Shuker and Elizabeth Sullivan.

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Described as the " jewel in the crown" of the prison service, HMP Grendon is a unique, prison-based Democratic Therapeutic Community (DTC). Historically, it is the first prison DTC of its kind, and  再读一些...

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