Widely regarded as the definitive work on forensic psychotherapy, this major compendium is now also published in paperback in one volume.
This compendium of forensic psychotherapy brings together the contributions of over sixty authors and covers all aspects- both theoretical and applied- of this currently crystallizing field.
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Number of pages: 992
Weight: 2295 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 mm
A welcome reminder of how important the psycho-therapeutic aspect is in the forensic-psychiatric patient's treatment during both hospital and outpatient treatment... Forensic Psychotherapy gives the basic knowledge to understand the offender's psychological traumas and their association with violent behavior... Having this book, the reader will be convinced that as a forensic psychiatry worker his goal is not only to minimize criminal behavior but also to maximize the offender's quality of life, irrespective of the type of crime committed. Forensic Psychotherapy provides the reader with an impressive array of information, and we recommend it to all interested professionals. -- The Lancet
The book's coverage of psychic processes and their effect on inner and outer world phenomena mark its importance for all who are involved with difficult patients or clients. It is the first major book on forensic psychotherapy marking a developmental milestone in this speciality. It is therefore a must for libraries and any institution or organisation which involves itself practically or academically with offender patients. It has immense personal appeal...written in a style that conveys respect and a sensitivity for the patient and their difficulties. The many areas incorporated in this book mean that there is always something which resonates with the various wishes and expectations of the reader, whether they be theoretical or mainly practical. The ability of this text to intellectually stimulate and make emotional contact with the reader is only rivaled by its potential to impart knowledge. -- Therapeutic Communities (The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organisations)
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