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Forensic CBT : a handbook for clinical practice

Author: Raymond Chip Tafrate; Damon Mitchell
Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley Blackwell, 2014.
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There is a growing expectation that empirically supported interventions and programs, primarily CBT, will be used by forensic practitioners in correctional facilities or probational situations. This  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Forensic CBT.
Hoboken : Wiley, 2013
(DLC) 2013018388
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond Chip Tafrate; Damon Mitchell
ISBN: 9781119953296 1119953294 9781119953289 1119953286
OCLC Number: 842323009
Description: xxiv, 495 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: About the editors and contributors --
Preface --
Introduction : critical issues and challenges facing forensic CBT --
Practitioners / Damon Mitchell, David Simourd, & Raymond Chip Tafrate --
Criminal behavior and antisocial patterns : conceptualizing treatment from different cbt perspectives --
Traditional and next generation CBT models --
Traditional cognitive behavioral therapy models for antisocial patterns / Lori Seeler, Arthur Freeman, Raymond DiGiuseppe, & Damon Mitchell --
Act for the incarcerated / Jai Amrod & Steven C. Hayes --
Schema therapy for aggressive offenders with personality disorders / Marije Keulen-de Vos, David P. Bernstein, & Arnoud Arntz --
Criminal thinking models --
An overview of strategies for the assessment and treatment of criminal thinking / Daryl G. Kroner & Robert D. Morgan --
Applying cbt to the criminal thought process / Glenn D. Walters --
Training community corrections officers in cognitive behavioral intervention strategies / Tanya Rugge & James Bonta --
Cbt interventions for common criminal justice problem areas --
Two perspectives on the treatment of anger --
Anger management for offenders : a flexible CBT approach / Howard Kassinove & Michael J. Toohey --
Contextual anger regulation therapy (CART) : an acceptance-based treatment for domestic and non-domestic violent offenders / Frank L. Gardner & Zella E. Moore --
Two perspectives on the treatment of intimate partner violence --
CBT for perpetrators of intimate partner violence : the "I3" approach / Christopher I. Eckhardt, Cory A. Crane, & Joel G. Sprunger --
A couple-based violence reduction approach to curbing intimate partner assault / George Ronan, Kimberly Maurelli, & Krista M. Holman --
Two perspectives on the treatment of addictions --
An integrated rebt approach to the treatment of addicted offenders / F. Michler Bishop --
Social and community responsibility therapy (SCRT) : a cognitive-behavioral model for the treatment of substance abusing judicial clients / Ken W. Wanberg & Harvey B. Milkman --
Two perspectives on the treatment of sexual aggression --
Balancing clients' strengths and deficits in sexual offender treatment : the rockwood treatment approach / William L. Marshall & Matt D. O'Brien --
Recidivism risk reduction therapy (3RT) : cognitive-behavioral / approaches to Treating Sexual Offense Behavior / Jennifer Wheeler & Christmas Covell --
Tailoring CBT to special forensic populations --
Advancing the use of CBT with justice-involved women / Marilyn Van Dieten & Erica King --
CBT with juvenile offenders : a review and recommendations for practice / Eva Feindler & Alison M. Byers --
Culturally responsive CBT in forensic settings / Andrew Day --
Emerging ideas for practice --
Session-by-session assessment of client participation and progress / David Simourd --
Integrating motivational interviewing with forensic CBT : promoting treatment engagement and behavior change with justice-involved clients / Raymond Chip Tafrate & Jennifer D. Luther --
Integrating strength-based practice with forensic CBT : the good lives model of offender rehabilitation / Clare-Ann Fortune & Tony Ward --
Treating depression and PTSD behind bars : an interaction schemas approach / Key Sun --
Conclusions --
Forensic CBT : five recommendations for clinical practice and five topics in need of more attention / Raymond Chip Tafrate, Damon Mitchell, & Raymond W. Novaco.
Responsibility: edited by Raymond Chip Tafrate and Damon Mitchell.

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