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Quick Overview

Forensic Update Compendium 2012, is publication of the Division of Forensic Psychology containing the main articles in issues 114, 115, 116 and 117.

 

Editorial

Emily Glorney & Rachel Worthington

Issue 114 - April 2014

Notes from the Chair

Ian Gargan

Extended induction: Investigating the value of peer-led programmes in prison (An evaluation of the Trust programme at HMP/YOI E)

Naomi Rose (Winner of the Third Annual MSc Dissertation Competition)

Special Section on Working with Women Offenders

Attachment and development considerations when working therapeutically with adolescents who have experienced sexual trauma

Emma Fisher

Assessing risk in female offenders: A review of the HCR-20 and the FAM

Sarah Passmore, Samantha Woodhouse & Susan Cooper

Assessment and treatment with women who have committed offences within the family

Susan Cooper & Alison Hodgson

Intimate relationships between female prisoners: Fact or fiction?

Annette McKeown

Balancing the therapy role with the prison officer role

Sue Devine, Grahame Greener, Karen Laws & Beverley Phillippo

Reflections of a trauma intervention with women in prison

Michelle Carr, Alison Hodgson, Samantha Woodhouse & Marc Kerry

'Using CAT' as opposed to 'Doing CAT': Adapting cognitive analytic therapy for use within a forensic patient setting

Katie Gilchrist

Does adapted DBT have a place in forensic settings? The development of a DBT-informed emotion regulation group for female forensic personality disordered inpatients

Claire Thompson

Special Section on Becoming a Qualified Forensic Psychologist

Review of standards for Stage 1 and Stage 2 training

Dee Anand

Training routes in Forensic Psychology

Roisin Hall

How to become a Practitioner Forensic Psychologist

Sarah Disspain

Pursuing a PhD in Forensic Psychology

Dean Fido

The Qualification in Forensic Psychology (Stage 2) - Getting it done

John Hodge

Assessment in the Forensic Qualification

Dr Julie Harrower

The BPS Chartership vs. HCPC Training Route: A Supervisor's perspective

Cerys Miles

Issue 115 - July 2014

Notes from the Chair

Dee Anand

Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Awards

Special Section commemorating the centenary of the First World War

Applied psychology in the Armed Forces: Current provision

Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes

The Dstl and the role of the psychologist

Fiona Butcher

Uniformed clinical psychology in the British Army

Captain Duncan Precious

Effects of military operational tour on perceptions of mental illness and offending

Kathleen Roberts

Military reserve service and post-tour work adjustment: Exploring lived experiences to inform applied practice

Kevin Wilson-Smith & Elizabeth A. Bates

One intervention for ex-service personnel in custody: The Veterans group at HMP Grendon

Simon Bonnett, Geraldine Ackerman & M.T.

Articles

A proactive approach to engaging difficult to reach inpatients: A service evaluation

Katherine Crosby, Katie Downsworth, Katie Gilchrist & Kristy O'Hare

Using Cognitive Analytic Therapy within a forensic setting: An overarching relational model

Jenny Marshall, Kate Freshwater & Steve Potter

Following up the outcomes of a CBT-based substance misuse intervention for men in a secure psychiatric setting

Faye Baker, Rachel Harwood, Michael Adams, Caroline Baker & Clive Long

The effectiveness of the Addressing Substance Related Offending-Secure (ASRO-S) treatment programme in a secure forensic hospital setting: A service evaluation

Katie Downsworth & Eric Jones

Issue 116 - November 2014

Notes from the Chair

Dee Anand

Articles

Referrers' views on the quality of psychological reports on adults in childcare proceedings

Tanya Garrett & Rosalind Wilcox

A comparison between British and Australian forensic psychology training

Mike Berry

Issue 117 - January 2015

Notes from the Chair

Dee Anand

Articles

Psychologically Informed Planned Environments (PIPEs): Empowering the institutionalised prisoner

Nina Preston

Service Evaluation of a Psychology-led Nursing Supervision Group within a Forensic Mental Health Service

Donna Haskayne

Interview

An interview with Rob Paramo

Geraldine Akerman

 

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