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Quick Overview

Forensic Update Compendium 2017, is a publication of the Division of Forensic Psychology containing the main articles in issues 124, 125, and 126.

 

Contents

Editorial

Martin Fisher

Chair's Notes

Dee Anand

Issue 124 - June 2017

Chair's Notes

Liz Bird

Articles

How do group members manage the feelings evoked in groups?

Geraldine Akerman & Kate Anya Geraghty

Creating a more rehabilitative culture in our prisons

Jenny Tew

Reflecting on transference and countertransference in a forensic inpatient setting: The perspective of three Assistant Psychologists

Amy Pritchard, Craig McParland & Daniel Anderson

Assessing and treating risk of harmful sexual behaviours in clients with an
intellectual disability


Sarah Jones, Natalie Muchatuta, Amanda Monkman & Wendy Goulbourn

Issue 125 - September 2017

Chair's Notes

Dee Anand

Keynote presentations

Forensic psychology decision making - the biasing effects of irrelevant contextual information: Professor Itiel Dror

Catharine Powis

Current directions in offender rehabilitation: Professor Andrew Day

Chloe Dower

Indeterminate sentences for public protection - a stubborn stain on the justice system: Professor Nick Hardwick

Esther Rutman

Does violence really cycle?: Professor Cathy Widom

Louisa Zioui

Presentation: Creatively exploring the implicit component of a dangerous world implicit theory: Phoebe Smith

Jo Beaton

Symposium: Making life meaningful for individuals with Personality Disorder (PD)

Sapphire-Violet Rossdale

Oral Presentations

Louise Williams

Symposium: Treatment within a prison-based Therapeutic Community (TC): Experiences of extended assessment services, the impact of TC treatment, and interventions at HMP Grendon

Jaglit Sandhu

Oral Presentations

Karen Redding

Presentation: The use of Reflective Mapping: Dr Olojugba, Ms Papatraian and Ms Cox

Naomi Gaston

Invited Symposium: Lifespan issues in the criminal justice system (Convenor: Dr Simone Fox)

Dr Angharad Rees-Jones

Oral Presentations

Libby Payne

Presentation: Service User Involvement with 'high risk/high harm' OPD offenders (Convenor: Dr Hannah Jones)

Hannah Carton

Oral Presentations

Sophie Daniels

Oral Presentations

Marc Kerry

Paper

Using specially trained dogs in the Criminal Justice System

Elizabeth Spruin & Katarina Mozava

Issue 126 - December 2017

Articles

Am I free to practice? A training package concerning free will and forensic psychology

Alexander H. Jack, Stephanie Wilson & Vincent Egan

Working with women who self-harm within a secure environment: The experience of assistant psychologists

Eryn Mann, Stacie Simms & Clive Long

Psychologists' role in Parole Board decision-making: What do Parole Board Members think about psychological assessment?

Jo Shingler

Nursing staff perceptions of factors contributing to an increase in the use of seclusion

Jenna Grocott & Fiona Wood

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