Chapter 2. Working with Adolescent Patients.
Chapter 3.Working with Sex Offenders.
Chapter 4. Working with the Offender Patient with Psychosis.
Chapter 5. Working with Learning Disabled Offenders.
Chapter 6. Working with the Personality Disordered Offender.
Chapter 7. The Experience of Black Mentally Disordered Offenders.
Chapter 8. Risk Assessment and Management.
Chapter 9. Developing Community Services.
Chapter 10. Diversion from the Criminal Justice System.
Chapter 11. Relatives and Informal Caregivers.
Chapter 12. Psychosocial Interventions.
Chapter 13. Addressing Issues of Sexuality.
Chapter 14. Ethics and Morality.
Chapter 15. History and Development
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* Case studies used to illustrate practice situations
* Suggestions for future development and further inquiry