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Handbook of Forensic Mental Health
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Part 1: Setting the Scene - The Administrative and Social Framework Introduction, Keith Soothill 1. Understanding forensic mental health and the variety of professional voices, Paul Rogers and Keith Soothill 2. The forensic mental health system in the United Kingdom, Lindsay Thomson 3. The origins and early development of forensic mental health, David Forshaw Part 2: Understanding the Forensic Mental Health Process and the Systems Introduction, Keith Soothill 4. The process and systems for juveniles and young persons, Sue Bailey and Bill Kerslake 5. The process and systems for adults, Tony Maden 6. Non-custodial sentences and mentally disordered offenders, Danny Clark 7. Mental healthcare in prisons, Jane Senior and Jenny Shaw 8. Release procedures and forensic mental health, Pete Snowden and Bettadapura Ashim Part 3: Developing a Knowledge Base - Key Issues in Forensic Mental Health 9. Diagnosis, medical models and formulations, Pamela J. Taylor and John Gunn 10. Understanding and managing risk, Mike Doyle and Mairead Dolan 11. Mental health law and risk management, Philip Fennell 12. The law relating to mentally disordered persons in the criminal justice system, Philip Fennell 13. Assessment and treatment of offenders with intellectual and developmental disabilities, William R. Lindsay and John L. Taylor 14. Aggression and violence, Kevin Howells, Michael Daffern and Andrew Day 15. Personality disorders, Mary McMurran 16. Criminality among persons with severe mental illness, Sheilagh Hodgins 17. Substance abuse, Mary McMurran 18. Sexual offenders with mental health problems: epidemiology, assessment and treatment, Madelaine Lockmuller, Anthony Beech and Dawn Fisher Part 4: Skills for Forensic Mental Health Practitioners Introduction, Keith Soothill 19. The expert witness: professional practice and pitfalls, Nicola Gray and Tegwn Williams 20. Focusing on treatment: the main interventions and their implications, Conor Duggan 21. Inpatient care and management, Kevin Gournay, Richard Benson and Paul Rogers 22. The crimes and pathologies of passion: love, jealousy and the pursuit of justice, Paul Mullen

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Keith Soothill is Emeritus Professor of Social Research in the Department of Applied Social Science, Lancaster University, UK,and is now based in the Centre for Applied Statistics at Lancaster. Paul Rogers is Professor of Forensic Nursing at the University of Glamorgan. Mairead Dolan is Professor of Forensic Psychiatry and Neuroscience at the University of Manchester.

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