The Wiley International Handbook of Correctional Psychology

Editors: Polaschek, Devon L. L., Day, Andrew and Hollin, Clive R.
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Wiley

Single-User Purchase Price: $315.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $472.50
ISBN: 978-1-11-913968-3
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 15
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

With contributions from an international panel of experts in the field, The Wiley International Handbook of Correctional Psychology offers a comprehensive and up-to-date review of the most relevant topics concerning the practice of psychology in correctional systems.

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Table of Contents

    • About the Editors
    • Notes on the Contributors
    • Correctional Psychology: A Short History and Current Standing
    • Being Ethical Psychologists in Correction Settings
    • The American Psychological Association's Misuse of the Role of Psychologist-as-Organizational-Consultant to Torture: Where Was the “Bright Line” Position?
    • The Effects of Imprisonment
    • Violence and the Pains of Confinement: PRISM as a Promising Paradigm for Violence Prevention
    • Managing Difficult and Disruptive Prisoners
    • Managing Suicide and Self-Harm
    • Solitary Confinement and Punishment: Effects on Misconducts and Recidivism
    • The Challenge of Managing Aging Prisoners
    • The Challenge of Managing Offenders With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Through Secure and Community Service Pathways
    • Families, Parenting, and Visits in Prison
    • The Psychology of Violent Offending
    • The Psychology of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
    • The Serious and Violent Young Offender: Examining the Multi-Domain Risk Profile, Mental Health, and Treatment Intervention Strategies
    • The Psychology of Sexual Offending
    • Severe Mental Illness: Crime, Antisocial and Aggressive Behavior
    • Personality Disorders and Offending
    • Indigenous Offenders: Issues and Challenges for Correctional Psychologists
    • Female Offenders: Trends, Effective Practices, and Ongoing Debates
    • The Psychology of Desistance
    • Psychologically Relevant Theories of Crime and Offender Rehabilitation
    • Offender Rehabilitation and Theories of Behavior Change
    • Program Integrity: A Network Issue
    • Measuring the Intermediate Effects of Offense-Focused Intervention on Offenders
    • Treatment Outcome Evaluations: How Do We Know What Works?
    • Evaluating and Managing Risk for Violence Using Structured Professional Judgment
    • The Roles of the Risk Estimate and Clinical Information in Risk Assessments
    • Offender Risk and Need Assessment: Theory, Research, and Applications
    • Case Formulation and Treatment Planning
    • Psychological Assessment in the Correctional Setting
    • Interventions to Reduce Recidivism in Adult Violent Offenders
    • Effective Sex Offender Treatment in Correctional Settings: A Strengths-Based Approach
    • Treating Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
    • Interventions to Reduce Alcohol-Related Offending
    • Prison Substance Misuse Interventions and Offending
    • An Examination of Individual Versus Group Treatment in Correctional Settings
    • Communal Living as the Agent of Change
    • Integrating Motivational Interviewing with Risk-Need-Responsivity-Based Practice in Community Corrections: Collaboratively Focusing on What Matters Most
    • What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) With Offenders?
    • Criminal Thinking: Theory and Practice
    • Schema Therapy in Forensic Settings
    • New Developments in Interventions for Working With Offending Behavior
    • Traditional and Innovative Reentry Approaches and Interventions
    • Recognizing the Importance of Effective Practices in Community Correctional Supervision
    • Integrating Dynamic Risk Assessment Into Community Supervision Practice
    • “What Works” in Supervising Probationers with Mental Illness
    • Community Treatment: The Need for a Taxonomy
    • Correctional Psychology: Contemplating the Future