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  1. Treating Sexual Offenders

    An Integrated Approach

    By William L. Marshall, Liam E. Marshall, Geris A. Serran, Yolanda M. Fernandez

    Series: Practical Clinical Guidebooks

    Through extensive consideration of current research, theory and practice, Treating Sexual Offenders provides a guide to the assessment, treatment, and evaluation of a number of different disorders. Provides therapists with the means to have a continued positive impact on the sex offender, from...

    Published January 25th 2006 by Routledge

  2. Paranoia

    The Psychology of Persecutory Delusions

    By Daniel Freeman, Philippa A. Garety

    Series: Maudsley Series

    Paranoia is the suspicion that other intend to cause you harm. It is a common experience in the general population, though often overlooked. In its most severe form, paranoia occurs as persecutory delusions. Paranoia, written by leading researchers in this field, is the first cognitive psychology...

    Published March 24th 2004 by Psychology Press

  3. Social Inequalities and the Distribution of the Common Mental Disorders

    Edited by Tom Fryers, Rachel Jenkins, David Melzer

    Series: Maudsley Series

    Social inequalities are established features of the distribution of physical disease in the UK and many other developed countries. In most physical diseases, a clear trend of poorer health is evident with each step down the hierarchy of social position. By contrast, the nature of the links between...

    Published December 3rd 2003 by Psychology Press

  4. Researching Violence

    Methodology and Measurement

    Edited by Raymond M. Lee, Elizabeth Stanko, Elizabeth A Stanko

    Violence is a research topic that is fraught with difficulties. A notoriously sensitive subject, and one that is presumed to be largely hidden, researchers have long struggled with the question of how to measure its impact and how to explore its incidence. Arising from the ESRC's Violence Research...

    Published November 27th 2002 by Routledge

  5. Developing a National Mental Health Policy

    By Lynne Friedli, Rachel Jenkins, Andrew McCulloch, Camilla Parker

    Series: Maudsley Series

    Mental illness causes a substantial health burden in all regions of the world, and is a major contributor to world poverty.Developing a National Mental Health Policy is designed to support those involved in developing locally appropriate mental health policies, emphasising the crucial role of...

    Published April 3rd 2002 by Psychology Press

  6. Evidence Based Counselling and Psychological Therapies

    Research and Applications

    Edited by Nancy Rowland, Stephen Goss

    Evidence-Based Counselling and Psychological Therapies assesses the impact of the international drive towards evidence-based health care on NHS policy and the provision of the psychological services in the NHS. An outstanding range of contributors provide an overview of evidence-based health care...

    Published June 21st 2000 by Routledge

  7. Managing Mental Health in the Community

    Chaos and Containment

    Edited by Angela Foster, Dr Vega Zagier Roberts, Vega Zagier Roberts

    Managing Mental Health in the Community is a guide to best practice in the management of community care for people with mental health problems. A major theme is how to balance the 'triangle of care' that represents the needs and concerns of the user, carer (professional or family) and community....

    Published January 20th 1999 by Routledge

  8. Rethinking Clinical Audit

    Psychotherapy Services in the NHS

    Edited by Rachael Davenhill, Matthew Patrick

    Clinical audit can be a powerful tool for change, but is often perceived as externally-imposed time-wasting. Focusing on applications of clinical audit in psychoanalytic psychotherapy NHS services, the authors examine why audit is resented, how it can be 'reconstructed' as a useful tool for...

    Published September 30th 1998 by Routledge

  9. Compliance With Treatment In Schizophrenia

    By Alec Buchanan

    Series: Maudsley Series

    There is a myth that people with mental disorders comply poorly with treatment. In fact, psychiatric patients are no more likely than patients in other medical specialities to go against the advice of their doctor. That said, it is easy to find instances where psychotropic medication is refused by...

    Published May 12th 1996 by Psychology Press

  10. Mental Health Promotion

    Paradigms and Practice

    By Keith Tudor

    Mental health promotion is an emerging field of interest to many health professionals. This book traces its history, defines it and distinguishes it from mental illness prevention. Mental health is viewed as a positive concept and seperate from mental illness and psychopathology. Based on original...

    Published December 27th 1995 by Routledge