Working Positively with Personality Disorder in Secure Settings: A Practitioner's Perspective
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Series Preface (Eddie Kane).
Foreword (Kath Lovell).
Introduction (Phil Willmot and Neil Gordon).
Section 1: Context.
Chapter 1 From 'Anxious and Sad' to 'Risky and Bad': Changing Patterns of Referrals to the Personality Disorder Service (Jenny Marshall and Phil Willmot).
Chapter 2 Trapped in the 'Special Hospital': The Problems Encountered in the Pathway to Medium Secure Units (Amanda Tetley and Gopi Krishnan).
Section 2: The Treatment Process.
Chapter 3 What Works with Forensic Patients with Personality Disorder? Integrating the Literature on Personality Disorder, Correctional Programmes and Psychopathy (Phil Willmot and Amanda Tetley).
Chapter 4 Assessing Personality Disorder in Forensic Settings (Phil Willmot).
Chapter 5 A Treatment Pathway for High Security Offenders with a Personality Disorder (Sue Evershed).
Section 3: The Therapeutic Relationship.
Chapter 6 Attachment Theory and the Therapeutic Relationship in the Treatment of Personality Disorder (Louise Sainsbury).
Chapter 7 Therapeutic Style and Adapting Approaches to Therapy (Kerry Beckley).
Chapter 8 The Grey Areas of Boundary Issues When Working with Forensic Patients Who Have a Personality Disorder (Sue Evershed).
Chapter 9 One Patient’s Therapeutic Journey ('James' and Louise Sainsbury).
Section 4: Supporting and Developing the Therapeutic Workforce.
Chapter 10 Therapists’ Experiences of Therapy (Neil Gordon, Kerry Beckley and Graham Lowings).
Chapter 11 Making Sense of Interpersonal Dynamics: A Schema Focused Approach (Kerry Beckley).
Chapter 12 The Importance of Systemic Workforce Development in High Secure Settings (Andrea Milligan and Neil Gordon).
Chapter 13 Establishing a Supervision Culture for Clinicians Working with Personality Disordered Offenders in a High Secure Hospital (Andrea Daykin and Neil Gordon).
Section 5: Outcomes.
Chapter 14 An Individual Approach to Assessing Change (Jason Davies).
Chapter 15 Patient Experiences of Therapeutic and Anti-therapeutic Processes (Phil Willmot).
Chapter 16 Looking to the Future (Neil Gordon and Phil Willmot).
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