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Processes of change in an offender personality disorder pathway prison progression unit
BACKGROUND: In England, the National Offender Management Service and the NHS have come together to try and improve management and treatment of offenders with personality disorder by developing a pathways approach to assist ...
The impact of treatment on hostile-dominance in forensic psychiatric inpatients: Relationships between change in hostile-dominance and recidivism following release from custody
This study explored the impact of psychiatric and psychological treatment on hostile-dominance in 51 offenders with personality disorder in a secure psychiatric unit. Hostile-dominance was assessed at intake and repeated ...
Case formulation with offenders: What, who, where, when, why and how?
This editorial provides an overview of the current issue of Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. Articles aim to explore the concept of case formulation, the nature and quality of systemised approaches to it and to consider ...
Case formulation in personality disordered offenders - a Delphi survey of professionals
BACKGROUND: Case formulation (CF) integrates information about an individual to conceptualise the factors causing and maintaining their current difficulties. It is a core clinical skill for both psychologists and psychiatrists. ...
Personality disorders and offending
Personality disorders are typified by relatively enduring, inflexible, and pervasive disturbances in how individuals experience and interpret themselves, others, and the world around them. The field of personality disorders ...
Personality disorder traits, trauma, and risk in perpetrators of domestic violence
Crimes committed against partners and family members have devastating effects on victims. Unfortunately, recidivism rates for offenders are high, and there is a need to establish risk factors that may be potential treatment ...