Forensic Group Psychotherapy: The Portman Clinic Approach

1st Edition

Andrew Williams, John Woods

Published February 14, 2014
Reference - 240 Pages
ISBN 9781780490496 - CAT# K378468
Series: The New International Library of Group Analysis

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Table of Contents

ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS -- NEW INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF GROUP ANALYSIS FOREWORD by Earl Hopper -- THE PORTMAN PAPERS FOREWORD by Stanley Ruszczynski -- INTRODUCTION by John Woods and Andrew Williams -- PART I: PRINCIPLES -- CHAPTER ONE -- Principles of forensic group therapy/John Woods -- CHAPTER TWO -- On the containing structures required by forensic group psychotherapy/Andrew Williams and Anne Zachary -- CHAPTER THREE -- Acting out, the repetition compulsion, and forensic group therapy/Andrew Williams -- PART II: THEMES AND APPLICATIONS -- CHAPTER FOUR -- My first year as a forensic group therapist/Aikaterini Papaspirou -- CHAPTER FIVE -- Therapist as “perverse female”: the implications of therapist gender for working with perverse and violent patients/Jessica Yakeley -- CHAPTER SIX -- Paedophilia, child abuse, and group analysis/John Woods -- CHAPTER SEVEN -- The abused, the abuser, and the confusion of tongues/Alla Rubitel -- CHAPTER EIGHT -- Mentalization-based group treatment for antisocial personality disorder/Jessica Yakeley -- CHAPTER NINE -- The invisible men: forensic group therapy with people with intellectual disabilities/Alan Corbett -- INDEX.


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