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Forensic Occupational Therapy

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9781861563675

ISBN10:
1861563671
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/19/2003
Publisher(s):
Wiley

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This is the 1st edition with a publication date of 9/19/2003.
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  • The New copy of this book will include any supplemental materials advertised. Please check the title of the book to determine if it should include any CDs, lab manuals, study guides, etc.

Summary

The link between occupational performance, mental health and offending behaviour is increasingly being recognized. Consequently the number of occupational therapists working with mentally disordered offenders is rising. This text has been written by forensic occupational therapists practising in the UK. It describes their experience of working within a range of environments, including maximum security prisons and the community. It also addresses practice in specialist clinical areas, including learning disabilities, women' s services, self-injury, addictive behaviour and psychopathy. It is a first step in outlining occupational therapy principles and practice within a multidisciplinary framework and should be beneficial to all occupational therapists working in forensic settings as well as other team members wanting a better understanding of occupational therapy.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements viii
Contributors ix
Foreword xv
Part 1 Current Perspectives
1(29)
A starting point
1(10)
Lorna Couldrick
Deborah Alred
So what is forensic occupational therapy?
11(11)
Lorna Couldrick
The foundation of good practice
22(8)
Marion Martin
Part 2 The Occupational Therapy Process in a Medium Secure Unit
30(57)
Assessment
30(15)
Claire Barton
Programme planning
45(9)
Deborah Alred
Everyone is an artist
54(7)
Mark Spybey
Phil Morgan
Cognitive behavioural group work within forensic occupational therapy
61(14)
Rebecca Kelly
Evaluation of forensic occupational therapy practice
75(12)
Channine Clarke
Part 3 Forensic Occupational Therapy in Other Settings
87(30)
Occupational therapy in a high-security hospital -- the Broadmoor perspective
87(11)
Michelle Walsh
Joe Ayres
The occupational therapist working in prison
98(9)
Rebecca Hills
The development of community forensic occupational therapy
107(10)
Catherine Joe
Part 4 Special Issues Arising
117(34)
Setting up a forensic occupational therapy service
117(9)
Gill Urquhart
Security issues for occupational therapists working in a medium secure setting
126(13)
Andrea Neeson
Rebecca Kelly
Team working and liaison
139(12)
Helena Holford
Deborah Alred
Part 5 Clinical Issues
151(70)
Women in secure environments
151(10)
Kathryn Harris
Forensic occupational therapy within learning disability services
161(12)
Rachel Prentice
Kirsty Wilson
Self-injury or relief from overwhelming emotions
173(9)
Ann McQue
Forensic addictive behaviours
182(13)
John Chacksfield
Occupational therapy and the sexual offender
195(12)
Edward Duncan
Personality disorder -- a role for occupational therapy
207(14)
Lorna Couldrick
Index 221


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