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Professional and Therapeutic Boundaries in Forensic Mental Health Practice [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781849051392Series: Forensic FocusPublication details: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9780857003287
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Professional and Therapeutic Boundaries in Forensic Mental Health PracticeDDC classification:
  • 614.15
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Contents:
Professional and Therapeutic Boundaries in Forensic Mental Health Practice; Introduction; 1. What the Eye Doesn't See: Relationships, Boundaries and Forensic Mental Health; 2. The Patient's Experience of Professional Abuse in the Psychological Therapies; 3. Boundary Violations: Are Transgressing Professionals Beyond Help?; 4. Therapy in Perversity: Seduction, Destruction and Keeping Balance; 5. Groupwork for Offence Perpetrators with a History of Boundary Violation in the Hospital Setting; 6. Moving with the Patient: Boundary Phenomena in Forensic Dramatherapy
13. Therapeutic Boundaries in Working with Young People in an NHS Secure Adolescent Forensic Unit14. Boundary Transgressions as a Tool for Reparation within Therapeutic Relationships; 15. Boundaries and Borderline Personality Disorder; 16. Boundaries and Working with Serious Offenders who also have Severe Personality Disorders in a High-Security Setting; 17. Mothering on the Edge: Boundary Failures in Maternal Care; 18. Boundary Matters in a Forensic Learning Disability Service; 19. 'Dangerous Liaisons': Close Encounters of the Unboundaried Kind
20. Neither Here nor There, not one Thing or Another. The Use of a Reflective Practice Group to Understand the Distortion of a Boundary21. Boundaries and Homicide; Contributors; Subject Index; Author Index
7. Discovering Harmony: Music Therapy in Forensic Settings8. Working with Families in Forensic Settings: A Systemic Perspective on Boundaries; 9. Boundaries in Forensic Mental Health Nursing: Set in Stone or Shifting Sands?; 10. Boundaries and Desire in Forensic Mental Health Nursing; 11. Boundaries and Boundary Violations in the Nurse-Patient Relationship with People Diagnosed with Personality Disorders in DSPD and WEMSS: Some Findings from a Mixed Methods Research Study; 12. Boundary Violations in Medium Security
Summary: People who are detained in or who use forensic mental health services are defined by the fact that they have violated boundaries, often in many ways. For clinicians employed to work therapeutically with this client group however, the capacity to initiate and maintain boundaries is critical to safety as well as to good treatment outcomes. This book provides a thorough introduction to the subject of professional and therapeutic boundaries and their particular complexities within forensic mental health settings. The contributors, all experts in their respective fields, address the challenges of e
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Professional and Therapeutic Boundaries in Forensic Mental Health Practice; Introduction; 1. What the Eye Doesn't See: Relationships, Boundaries and Forensic Mental Health; 2. The Patient's Experience of Professional Abuse in the Psychological Therapies; 3. Boundary Violations: Are Transgressing Professionals Beyond Help?; 4. Therapy in Perversity: Seduction, Destruction and Keeping Balance; 5. Groupwork for Offence Perpetrators with a History of Boundary Violation in the Hospital Setting; 6. Moving with the Patient: Boundary Phenomena in Forensic Dramatherapy

13. Therapeutic Boundaries in Working with Young People in an NHS Secure Adolescent Forensic Unit14. Boundary Transgressions as a Tool for Reparation within Therapeutic Relationships; 15. Boundaries and Borderline Personality Disorder; 16. Boundaries and Working with Serious Offenders who also have Severe Personality Disorders in a High-Security Setting; 17. Mothering on the Edge: Boundary Failures in Maternal Care; 18. Boundary Matters in a Forensic Learning Disability Service; 19. 'Dangerous Liaisons': Close Encounters of the Unboundaried Kind

20. Neither Here nor There, not one Thing or Another. The Use of a Reflective Practice Group to Understand the Distortion of a Boundary21. Boundaries and Homicide; Contributors; Subject Index; Author Index

7. Discovering Harmony: Music Therapy in Forensic Settings8. Working with Families in Forensic Settings: A Systemic Perspective on Boundaries; 9. Boundaries in Forensic Mental Health Nursing: Set in Stone or Shifting Sands?; 10. Boundaries and Desire in Forensic Mental Health Nursing; 11. Boundaries and Boundary Violations in the Nurse-Patient Relationship with People Diagnosed with Personality Disorders in DSPD and WEMSS: Some Findings from a Mixed Methods Research Study; 12. Boundary Violations in Medium Security

People who are detained in or who use forensic mental health services are defined by the fact that they have violated boundaries, often in many ways. For clinicians employed to work therapeutically with this client group however, the capacity to initiate and maintain boundaries is critical to safety as well as to good treatment outcomes. This book provides a thorough introduction to the subject of professional and therapeutic boundaries and their particular complexities within forensic mental health settings. The contributors, all experts in their respective fields, address the challenges of e