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Quick Overview

Forensic Update Compendium 2015, is a publication of the Division of Forensic Psychology containing the main articles in issues 118, 119, and 120.

 

Contents

Editorial

Martin Fisher & Rachel Worthington

Issue 118 - June 2015

Notes from the Chair

Dee Anand

Articles

Positive modifications to youth offending and mental health pathways

Patrick Kennedy, Sarah Rundle-Smith, Claire Mason & Fay Wood

An evaluation of a Community Forensic Children and Young People's Outpatient Service (CF-CYPS-OP)

Patrick Kennedy, Claire Mason, C. Lengua & Sarah Rundle-Smith

Occupation-related trauma prevention and mitigation: Considerations for Forensic Psychology

Sarah Ashworth & Shihning Chou

Psychopathy, personality disorder and sexual offending: Addressing personality disordered schema, therapy interfering behaviours and risk through an integrated human needs based treatment for reducing risk of sexual offending

Rachel Worthington

Issue 119 - December 2015

Notes from the Chair

Dee Anand

Presentations

Polygraph testing in forensic settings: Fact, opinion, and the BPS

Professor Don Grubin

Reviewed by Alyshia Murgatroyd

Theory of change in Multi Systemic Therapy: Perspectives of ethnic minority caregivers

Dr Simone Fox

Reviewed by Amit Jotangia

Understanding the context of repetitive violence and self-harm

Dr Karen Slade

Reviewed by Amit Jotangia

The importance of context in assessment, treatment and management

Professor Douglas Boer

Reviewed by Becky Wyatt

Measuring age-specific sexual preferences with pupil dilation

Janice Attard

Reviewed by Esther Rutman

The impact of narratives on empathic responses to offenders

Zoe Walkington

Reviewed by Esther Rutman

Violent scripts, ruminations, obsessions and fantasy: What's the difference and what is their role in violent offending?

Michael Daffern

Reviewed by Esther Rutman

The Sadism Spectrum Measure: An inclusive measure of sadistic expression

Aisling O'Meara

Reviewed by Esther Rutman

Offending and victim narrative roles within sexually motivated abduction

Megan Kenny

Reviewed by Esther Rutman

An exploratory cluster analysis of motivation to change in sex offenders with intellectual disabilities

Nadia Butler

Reviewed by Laura Jacobs

Developing SART - Survivors of Abuse Recovering Together: A group intervention for male offenders in a therapeutic community in Bermuda

Eleni Belivanaki

Reviewed by Lyndsie Barker

Offender profiling and linking serial crimes: The emergence of a new science; past, present and future; how far we have come and what is the future?

Professor Gabrielle Salfati

Reviewed by Sue Jamieson

Why men undertake passion killings in the Namibian context

Mirjam Nampweya

Reviewed by Jo Muldoon

Differentiating English rioters: An exploratory narrative framework

Dominic Willmott

Reviewed by Jo Muldoon

Relationship status and facial morphology interact in perceptions of stalking behaviour

Simon Duff

Reviewed by Jo Muldoon

Is Facebook stalking comparable to traditional stalking?

Adrian Scott

Reviewed by Jo Muldoon

Multi-factor analysis choice model for the procurement of sexual services: Why men buy sex

Philip Birch

Reviewed by Jo Muldoon

Symposia

Contemporary developments in investigative interviewing

Convenor: Dr Gavin Oxburgh

Reviewed by Christine Adams

Assessing suitability for treatment and supporting therapeutic change in a prison-based therapeutic community

Convener: Geraldine Akerman

Reviewed by Jenny Pryboda

Forensic therapeutic environments - creating a DFP policy

Convener: Claire Bainbridge

Reviewed by Kate Anya

Adolescent offenders: Working with girls, carers and neurodevelopmental difficulties

Convenor: Troy Tranah

Reviewed by Kelly-Louise Everard

The assessment and treatment of firesetters

Convenor: Helen Butler

Reviewed by Rachael Boyes

Women, complex needs and forensic settings

Convenor: Dr Tammi Walker

Reviewed by Sarah Copp

Trauma: Not just for the victims

Convenor: Lorraine Perry

Reviewed by Skye Chirape

Developments in therapeutic interventions applied to forensic clients

Convenor: Professor Jane L. Ireland

Reviewed by Traci Tracy

Workshops

Working with offenders at risk of suicide

Dr Karen Slade

Reviewed by Chloe Dower

Exploring the therapeutic use of photographs in developing emotional learning in prisons

Professor Del Loewethal

Reviewed by Karen Johnson

Risk formulation

Dr Caroline Logan

Reviewed by Scott Rogers

Issue 120 - February 2016

Notes from the Chair

Dee Anand

Articles

Can Restorative Justice be effective with victims and offenders with a mental disorder? A note on challenges, development and outcomes

Ciara Wild

Evaluation of the Positive Behavioural Support (PBS) model with female forensic inpatients

Monika Panczak, Lisa Murphy & Phil Coombes

An exploratory study of the planning and interviewing practices of police recruits in Western Australia

Jane Tudor-Owen, Adrian J. Scott, Pamela J. Henry & Ray Bull

Avatar-based therapy within prison settings: Pilot evaluation summary from the DFP Conference, 2015

Dr Biljana van Rijn, Mick Cooper, Andrew Jackson & Ciara Wild

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