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Forensic Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Meeting the Needs of Young Offenders

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Mary Shooter, Mike Shooter, Barbara Maughan, Verity Kemp, Richard Williams, Prathiba Chitsabesan, Lorraine Khan, Charlotte Lennox, James Millington, Nathan Hughes, Hugh Williams, Rajan Nathan, Lia Ahonen, David Farrington, Rolf Loeber, Dustin Pardini, Rebecca Stallings, Heather Law, Sally Zlotowitz, Simon Hackett, Maeve Murphy, Kenny Ross, Heidi Hales, Justine Rothwell, Gemma Trainor, Shreeta Raja, Andrew Rogers, Enys Delmage, Sam Cox, Louise Theodosiou, Ben Greer, Oliver White, Susan Young, Gillian Baird, Ernest Gralton, Elaine Johnstone, Justine Ifield, Stephen Scott, Leena K. Augimeri, Paul Mitchell, Charlotte Staniforth, Simone Fox, Helen Jones, Lynn Aulich, Joanna Holroyd, Mike Shaw, Hannele Variend, Paul Tarbuck, Pam Hibbert, Paul Mitchell, Jim Rose
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  • Date Published: April 2017
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107003644

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  • Written for practitioners and policymakers, this book will help professionals across health, education, social care and juvenile justice services to understand the needs of young offenders and adolescents at risk of entering the criminal justice system. Developmental in approach, the textbook provides a comprehensive overview of forensic child and adolescent mental health, using cases to help clinicians link theoretical principles to practice and understand how mental health and neurodevelopmental impairment can relate to offending behaviour. With an emphasis on preventive initiatives, early intervention and the building of psycho-social resilience through the delivery of values based practice, this book highlights the need for comprehensive assessment for young people across multiple domains of their lives. This book is of interest to all clinicians working within mental health teams, practitioners working with children and adolescents, professionals involved with youth justice and medico-legal issues, and politicians responsible for establishing health and social policy.

    • The developmental perspective is useful for a range of practitioners, managers and policymakers
    • Uses numerous case examples to help clinicians link theory to practice
    • Provides a UK-focused approach to a field dominated by US-based textbooks
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    • Date Published: April 2017
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107003644
    • length: 346 pages
    • dimensions: 253 x 194 x 20 mm
    • weight: 0.95kg
    • contains: 8 b/w illus. 12 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    List of contributors
    Preface
    1. The nature of adolescence Mary Shooter and Mike Shooter
    2. Origins of adolescent offending Barbara Maughan
    3. Psychosocial resilience, psychosocial care and forensic mental healthcare Verity Kemp and Richard Williams
    4. Assessment of young offenders: mental health, physical, educational and social needs Prathiba Chitsabesan and Lorraine Khan
    5. Risk assessment and management with adolescents Charlotte Lennox and James Millington
    6. The influence of neurodevelopmental impairment on youth crime Prathiba Chitsabesan, Nathan Hughes and Hugh Williams
    7. Serious offences - origins and nature of individual violence Charlotte Lennox and Rajan Nathan
    8. Childhood predictors of young homicide offenders and victims and their implications for interventions Lia Ahonen, David Farrington, Rolf Loeber, Dustin Pardini and Rebecca Stallings
    9. Group violence and youth gangs Lorraine Khan, Heather Law and Sally Zlotowitz
    10. Young people with harmful sexual behaviours Simon Hackett, Maeve Murphy and Kenny Ross
    11. Depression and self-harm and suicidal behaviour in young offenders Heidi Hales, Justine Rothwell and Gemma Trainor
    12. Post-traumatic stress disorder and complex trauma in young people at risk of entering the criminal justice system Shreeta Raja and Andrew Rogers
    13. Young people with schizophrenia in forensic settings Enys Delmage
    14. Substance misuse in young people with antisocial behaviour Sam Cox and Louise Theodosiou
    15. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and antisocial behaviour Ben Greer, Oliver White and Susan Young
    16. Autistic spectrum disorders in young people in the criminal justice system Gillian Baird and Ernest Gralton
    17. Youth psychopathy Elaine Johnstone
    18. Treatment and management: early interventions in conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder Justine Ifield, Stephen Scott and Leena K. Augimeri
    19. Cognitive, behavioural and related approaches in young offenders Paul Mitchell and Charlotte Staniforth
    20. Systemic treatment approaches in young people with risky behaviours Simone Fox and Helen Jones
    21. Sounding the picture - drawing out the sound: music therapy and art therapy with young people who have committed serious criminal offences Lynn Aulich and Joanna Holroyd
    22. Children and the law Enys Delmage, Mike Shaw and Hannele Variend
    23. Youth justice services in England and Wales Paul Tarbuck
    24. Working with young people in a secure environment Pam Hibbert, Paul Mitchell and Jim Rose
    Index.

  • Editors

    Susan Bailey, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AOMRC), London
    Susan Bailey is Chair of the Children and Young Peoples' Mental Health Coalition, Vice Chair of the Centre for Mental Health and Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

    Paul Tarbuck, University of Central Lancashire, Preston
    Paul Tarbuck is Head of Healthcare Inspection at Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons, having retired from the NHS in 2015 after forty-two years of nursing practice in general and mental health settings in clinical, managerial, university and research roles.

    Prathiba Chitsabesan, Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport
    Prathiba Chitsabesan is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Clinical Director for CAMHS at Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust and Honorary Research Fellow and Lecturer at the Institute of Brain Behaviour and Mental Health, University of Manchester.

    Contributors

    Mary Shooter, Mike Shooter, Barbara Maughan, Verity Kemp, Richard Williams, Prathiba Chitsabesan, Lorraine Khan, Charlotte Lennox, James Millington, Nathan Hughes, Hugh Williams, Rajan Nathan, Lia Ahonen, David Farrington, Rolf Loeber, Dustin Pardini, Rebecca Stallings, Heather Law, Sally Zlotowitz, Simon Hackett, Maeve Murphy, Kenny Ross, Heidi Hales, Justine Rothwell, Gemma Trainor, Shreeta Raja, Andrew Rogers, Enys Delmage, Sam Cox, Louise Theodosiou, Ben Greer, Oliver White, Susan Young, Gillian Baird, Ernest Gralton, Elaine Johnstone, Justine Ifield, Stephen Scott, Leena K. Augimeri, Paul Mitchell, Charlotte Staniforth, Simone Fox, Helen Jones, Lynn Aulich, Joanna Holroyd, Mike Shaw, Hannele Variend, Paul Tarbuck, Pam Hibbert, Paul Mitchell, Jim Rose

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