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Quick Overview

Forensic Update Compendium 2018 is a publication of the Division of Forensic Psychology containing the main articles in issues 127, 128, and 129.

 

Contents

Editorial

Martin Fisher

Chair's Notes

Neil Gredecki

Issue 127 - June 2018

Psychologically informed environments

Rachel Worthington & Jemma Hannaby

The Women and Anger Programme: The implementation into a service within the personality disorder pathway

Sarah Johnson & Sarah McCrory

How do we measure the treatment outcomes of patients treated within forensic/secure intellectual disability services?

Verity Chester

Why should forensic psychologists contribute to government consultations

Stephen Evans

Issue 128 - September 2018

Keynote presentations

A forensic psychologist 'in the wild': Observations from naturalistic non-experimental research: Professor Laurence Alison

Christina Winters

International perspectives on violence risk assessment: Dr Jay Singh

Lucia Cajadi

Invited symposia

Working with complex offenders in the offender personality pathway: Programme effectiveness and impact on staff wellbeing: Melanie Hunter

Rebecca Owens

How we can improve the lives of those convicted of sexual offences and support them in living positive lives?: Nick Blagden, Belinda Winder & Kerensa Hocken, founders of the Safer Living Foundation

Elizabeth Hill

Symposia

Neuroscience and intimate partner violence: A forensic perspective

Miguel Perez-Garcia & Emily Nash

New innovative approaches in forensic settings: Annette McKeown

Gareth Ross

Layers of prevention: Different approaches to the prevention of childhood sexual abuse: The Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust Forensic Psychology Service

Kerensa Hocken

Brain injury and offender management: Ivan Pitman, Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust & Rachael McNulty, Catrin Davies, Natasha Bloor, Forensic In-reach Brain Injury Service

Lucy Markson

Psychologically informed support for staff working in forensic settings

Orla Gallagher

Presentations

Improving therapeutic engagement skills: Dr David Prescott

Hannah Darvell

Psychologically informed approaches to care and service delivery: Emerging therapeutic approaches: Emma Phipps, Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys

Jennifer Hadden

Saving children from a life of crime: Dr David P. Farrington

Jo Muldoon

Prison democratic therapeutic communities: Treatment experiences and staff resilience, presented by staff of HMP Grendon, hosted and introduced by Laura Jacobs

David Belsham

General presentations

Helen O'Connor

Workshops

The push and pull of personality disorders: A Schwartz Centre Round: Dr Abebe Ejara, Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

Susan Baron

Understanding psychological risk assessment with indeterminate sentenced prisoners: Jo Shingler, University of Portsmouth

Issue 129 - December 2018

'I am not my offence': The importance of how we refer to service users

Geraldine Akerman

What? You mean we all have emotions? - Reflections on a dialectical behaviour therapy-informed group developed for female psychiatric inpatients in a medium secure hospital

Helen Herring

An exploration of participants' experience of the psychoeducation treatment component pathway for treating personality disorder

Jo-Anne Pygall & Suzanne Emm

Symposium

Prisoners' 'life as a film' narratives: The Exploration of the 'Life as a Film' Methodology Symposium, presented by Sophia Tkazky

Sophia Tkazky, David Canter & Donna Youngs

 

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