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About this product
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication23/06/2015
- GenreSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note33 black & white illustrations, 8 black & white tables, 33 black & white line drawings
- Weight544 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Edited byMark Stowell-Smith,Philip H. Pollock
- Table Of ContentsP.H. Pollock, Preface. P.H. Pollock & M. Stowell-Smith, Cognitive Analytic Therapy: The theory, tools and practice. P.H. Pollock, Illustrating theory and practice: Cognitive Analytic Therapy for an arsonist with borderline personality disorder. M. Stowell-Smith, States and reciprocal roles in the wider understanding of forensic mental health. M. Stowell-Smith, A. O'Kane & A. Fairbanks, The adjunctive role of Cognitive Analytic Therapy in the treatment of the child sex offenders in secure forensic settings. P.H. Pollock, Stifled fantasies and the stalker's obsession: Cognitive Analytic Therapy for a misguided lover. G. Aitken & K. McDonnell, The use of Cognitive Analytic Therapy with women in secure settings. M. Gopfert, Cognitive Analytic Therapy and parents in prison. P. Clayton, The learning disabled offender and the secure institution. M. Gopfert & I. Kerr, A CAT-informed model of the therapeutic community: Implications for work in forensic settings. P.H. Pollock, Cognitive Analytic Therapy of a rapist with psychopathic personality disorder. C. Bell & J. Hamill, Community-based Cognitive Analytic Therapy with perpetrators of domestic violence: Challenges to the orthodoxy. P.H. Pollock, Cognitive Analytic Therapy for rage-type homicide. P.H. Pollock & M. Stowell-Smith, Adam & Eve in the forensic Eden: Boundary violations in forensic practice. P.H. Pollock, Cognitive Analytic Therapy analysis of the errant self and serial sexual homicide: An encounter with the extremes of human conduct. M. Westacott, Cognitive Analytic Therapy for dissociative homicide. P.H. Pollock, The contribution of Cognitive Analytic Therapy to Court Proceedings. K.Shannon, A. Willis & S. Potter, Fragile states and fixed identities: Using CAT to understand aggressive men in relational and societal terms. R. Wyner & M. Gopfert (Editor's commentary), In the light of experience. P.H. Pollock, Final thoughts: The way forward for Cognitive Analytic Therapy in forensic settings. J. McGuire, An invited critique of Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders.
- Author BiographyPhilip H. Pollock is the Clinical Director of M. V. Psychology Consultancy, a private practice based in Belfast, Northern Ireland providing forensic psychological services world-wide to government agencies, prisons, secure hospitals and private organisations. He is a Consultant Forensic Clinical Psychologist, and author of two previous books on CAT. Mark Stowell-Smith is a senior psychotherapist in the Wirral and West Cheshire Partnership NHS Trust and has previously worked in a high secure hospital. He is a CAT psychotherapist and trainer, having been involved with CAT from the late 1980s. Michael Gopfert trained as a child psychiatrist at the Royal London Hospital and at the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry in Toronto. He is presently helping to develop therapeutic community services with Webb House in Crewe. One continuous focus of his work for over twenty years has been the area of mental illness and its effect on parenting, resulting in two books and several publications.
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