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by Phillip J. Vaughan,Douglas Badger

eBook Working with the Mentally Disordered Offender in the Community (Therapy in Practice Series) ePub
Author: Phillip J. Vaughan,Douglas Badger
Language: English
ISBN: 1565933265
ISBN13: 978-1565933262
Publisher: Springer; 1995 edition (January 1, 1995)
Pages: 257
Category: Pharmacology
Subcategory: Medical
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 335
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Authors: Vaughan, Phillip . Badger, Douglas.

Authors: Vaughan, Phillip . As the course developed it became clear that the topic and content had equal application to other community professionals working in the field. Show all. Table of contents (8 chapters). Vaughan, Phillip J. (et a. price for USA in USD (gross). ISBN 978-1-4899-2853-5.

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Until now, there has been an absence of literature to inform these community-based professionals how to work effectively with their clients and with each other.

by P. Vaughan, D. Badger. Published March 1995 by Chapman & Hall.

Авторы: Vaughan Phillip.

5 ent: ear, nose & throat journal. Авторы: Vaughan Phillip. Источник: The British Journal of Forensic Practice, 2001, Vol. 3, Issue 4, pp. 16-21.

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The article focuses on two aspects of practice which were associated with the high value they placed on specialist palliative care social work. These are the relationships they had with the social worker and the qualities and skills that they saw the social worker as having. Service users highlighted the notion of ‘friendship’ as a key positive in their relationship with the social worker and human qualities associated with warmth, empathy, respect and listening.

Phillip J. Vaughan, Douglas Badger. Therapy in Practice Series.

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In the past forensic psychiatry has been a sub-speciality of general psychiatry without its own, separate identity. However, since the mid-1980s there has been a growing in­ terest in the application of community care principles to mentally disordered offenders. A new set of attitudes have developed which have enabled the mentally disordered offender to emerge from relative institutional obscurity to a much higher profile in the community. Although numerically small in relation to the general psychiatric population, forensic patients tend to attract the public' s attention by virtue of their greater propensity for troublesome behaviour. Such a group needs expert community support in order to maintain an accepta bie public face. Unfortunately these developments have outstripped the creation of training opportunities for community staff charged with their support and supervision. Most community practi­ tioners have had to learn 'on the job' with inadequate support and supervision from senior staff, who of ten have less direct experience of working with this client group than themselves. Just such a situation prompted the authors, in 1990, to establish a module on 'Working with Mentally Disordered Offenders in the Community' as part of an MA in Social W ork at the University of Reading. As the course developed it became clear that the topic and content had equal application to other community professionals working in the field.
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