9780471988588

Handbook of Offender Assessment and Treatment

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    9780471988588

  • ISBN10:

    0471988588

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2001-02-08
  • Publisher: WILEY
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Summary

There is growing need to base the rehabilitation, prison regimes and treatment of offenders with special needs on research based methods and experience.This authoritative handbook will help you provide care for such offenders which is effective,humane and related o individual organisational and social considerations - whether based in community,residential prison or secure hospital settings. The Handbook of Offender Assessment and Treatment provides a comprehensive guide to the whole range of approaches to treatment, including behavioural/cognitive,family work, reasoning and rehabilitation,and anger management.It goes on to examine the assessment of various categories of offenders such as child abusers,violent,mentally disordered offenders and sex offenders,and also looks a different ypes of reatment settings -in prisons,maximum security hospitals,residential settings and in the community. ESSENTIAL RESOURCE THAT PROVIDES... - Editor and contributors with wide-ranging understanding and extensive expertise in the field of offender treatment. - A single-volume,authoritative,comprehensive and international reference.

Table of Contents

About the Editor xi
List of Contributors
xiii
Preface xix
PART I TO TREAT OR NOT TO TREAT?
To treat or not to treat? An historical perspective
3(14)
Clive R. Hollin
To treat or not to treat? An empirical perspective
17(18)
David J. Cooke
Lorraine Philip
To treat or not to treat? A financial perspective
35(18)
Mark A. Cohen
PART II RISK ASSESSMENT
Risk assessment of child abuse
53(18)
Martin Herbert
Assessing violence risk in mentally and personality disordered individuals
71(14)
Christopher D. Webster
Gerard Bailes
Sex offender risk assessment
85(12)
R. Karl Hanson
Psychophysiology and risk assessment
97(14)
William D. Murphy
Psychometric assessment
111(12)
Gisli H. Gudjonsson
Case material and interview
123(16)
Anthony R. Beech
PART III APPROACHES TO TREATMENT
Behavioral approaches to correctional management and rehabilitation
139(16)
Michael A. Milan
Therapeutic community treatment programming in corrections
155(24)
Douglas S. Lipton
Programming in cognitive skills: The reasoning and rehabilitation programme
179(16)
David Robinson
Frank J. Porporino
Intensive supervision in probation and parole settings
195(10)
Paul Gendreau
Claire Goggin
Betsy Fulton
Family-based treatments
205(16)
Cynthia Cupit Swenson
Scott W. Henggeler
Sonja K. Schoenwald
Alternative interventions for juvenile offenders: History of the Adolescent Diversion Project
221(16)
William S. Davidson II
Stephen D. Jefferson
Aggie Legaspi
Jennifer Lujan
Angela M. Wolf
Delinquency prevention programs in schools
237(22)
David LeMarquand
Richard E. Tremblay
Peer group therapy
259(10)
John C. Gibbs
Granville Bud Potter
Albert K. Liau
Angie M. Schock
Steven P. Wightkin
Skills training
269(12)
Clive R. Hollin
Emma J. Palmer
Anger treatment with offenders
281(16)
Raymond W. Novaco
Mark Ramm
Laura Black
Relapse prevention: Reconceptualization and revision
297(12)
D. Richard Laws
Forensic psychotherapy
309(24)
Christopher Cordess
PART IV ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF OFFENDERS
Adult sexual offenders against women
333(16)
William L. Marshall
The assessment and treatment of sexual offenders against children
349(14)
Tony Ward
Stephen. M. Hudson
Thomas R. Keenan
Adolescent sexual offenders: Assessment and treatment
363(16)
Stephen M. Hudson
Tony Ward
Criminal justice programmes for men who assault their partners
379(12)
Russell P. Dobash
R. Emerson Dobash
Firesetters
391(24)
David J. Kolko
Assessment and treatment: Violent offenders
415(18)
Devon L.L. Polaschek
Nikki Reynolds
Offenders with major mental disorders
433(20)
Sheilagh Hodgins
Offenders with mental retardation
453(14)
Kenneth Day
Offenders with personality disorders
467(14)
Mary McMurran
Offenders with drink and drug problems
481(14)
Mary McMurran
Property offences
495(14)
James McGuire
Serial offenders
509(14)
David M. Gresswell
PART V TREATMENT IN CONTEXT
Treatment in high security hospitals
523(14)
Ronald Blackburn
Juvenile offending: Treatment in residential settings
537(14)
Roger Bullock
Treatment in the community
551(16)
Gill McIvor
Author Index 567(20)
Subject Index 587

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