The Wiley International Handbook of Correctional Psychology

 
 
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A two-volume handbook that explores the theories and practice of correctional psychology 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. The contributors explore the theoretical, professional and practical issues that are pertinent to correctional psychologists and other professionals in relevant fields. The Handbook explores the foundations of correctional psychology and contains information on the history of the profession, the roles of psychology in a correctional setting and examines the implementation and evaluation of various interventions. It also covers a range of topics including psychological assessment in prisons, specific treatments and modalities as well as community interventions. This important handbook: * Offers the most comprehensive coverage on the topic of correctional psychology * Contains contributions from leading experts from New Zealand, Australia, Europe, and North America * Includes information on interventions and assessments in both community and imprisonment settings * Presents chapters that explore contemporary issues and recent developments in the field Written for correctional psychologists, academics and students in correctional psychology and members of allied professional disciplines, The Wiley International Handbook of Correctional Psychology provides in-depth coverage of the most important elements of the field.
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Devon L. L. Polaschek is Professor of Criminal Justice Psychology in the School of Psychology and the Joint Director of the New Zealand Institute of Security and Crime Science, University of Waikato, New Zealand.

Andrew Day is Professor in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne, Australia and Adjunct Professor in the Indigenous Education and Research Centre at James Cook University, Australia.

Clive R. Hollin is Emeritus Professor of Criminological Psychology at The University of Leicester, UK.
  • Intro
  • Title page
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • About the Editors
  • Notes on the Contributors
  • Part I Correctional Psychology in Context
  • Chapter 1 Correctional Psychology: A Short History and Current Standing
  • A Brief History of Correctional Trends
  • Developing and Applying Psychology to Criminal Behavior and its Remediation
  • What is Correctional Psychology?
  • Introduction to the Handbook
  • Conclusions
  • Notes
  • References
  • Chapter 2 Being Ethical Psychologists in Correction Settings
  • Psychology's Morality and Codes
  • Principles
  • Addressing Moral Uncertainty
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgments
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 3 The American Psychological Association's Misuse of the Role of Psychologist-as-Organizational-Consultant to Torture: Where Was the "Bright Line" Position?
  • The Hoffman Report
  • The Timeline of Events
  • The Ethical Debate: Lessons for Correctional Psychologists
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Part II The Roles of Psychology in Managing Prisons and Offenders
  • Chapter 4 The Effects of Imprisonment
  • Individual Effects of Incarceration
  • Effects of Incarceration on Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  • Effects of Incarceration on Women
  • Special Considerations
  • Implications for Psychologists
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 5 Violence and the Pains of Confinement: PRISM as a Promising Paradigm for Violence Prevention
  • Introduction
  • Institutional Violence Prevention
  • On Approaches to Violence Risk Management
  • On the Pains of Confinement
  • A Structured Professional Approach to the Evaluation of Institutional Risk
  • The PRISM Process
  • From Risk Factors to Risk Processes
  • From Evaluation Through Scenarios Toward Interventions
  • Thinking About Situational Interventions
  • The Application of the PRISM Process
  • Achieving Organizational Change
  • How Is the PRISM Process Viewed in Practice?
  • The Future Challenges for Situational Approaches
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 6 Managing Difficult and Disruptive Prisoners
  • Definitional Issues
  • Prevalence of Behavior
  • Effects on Staff
  • Assessing Violence Risk
  • Managing Difficult and Disruptive Behavior
  • Conclusions
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 7 Managing Suicide and Self-Harm
  • Introduction
  • The Scale and Nature of the Problem of Suicide and Self-Harm
  • Risk Factors for Suicide and Self-Harm in Correctional Settings
  • Interventions to Manage Suicide and Self-Harm
  • Barriers to Implementation
  • Concluding Comments and Good Practice Recommendations
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 8 Solitary Confinement and Punishment: Effects on Misconducts and Recidivism
  • Techniques for Punishing Inmates
  • Effects of Solitary Confinement
  • Why Is SC not an Effective Punisher?
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 9 The Challenge of Managing Aging Prisoners
  • Health Status
  • Functional Health Status
  • Social Milieu
  • Mental and Emotional Health
  • Housing Accommodations
  • Future Directions
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 10 The Challenge of Managing Offenders With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Through Secure and Community Service Pathways
  • Introduction
  • Secure Services
  • Characteristics of Offenders with IDD Across Settings
  • Community Management of Offenders
  • The Identification of Risk Factors and Characteristics of Effective Service
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 11 Families, Parenting, and Visits in Prison
  • Introduction
  • Impact of Incarceration on Families
  • Prison Visits
  • Implications for Prison Visits
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Part III Foundational Knowledge of Offending and Offenders
  • Chapter 12 The Psychology of Violent Offending
  • Understanding Violence
  • The Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential Theory
  • Life-Course Persistent Offenders
  • Heterogeneity, Subtyping, and Psychopathy
  • Neurobiology
  • Conclusions
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 13 The Psychology of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
  • Definitions of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
  • Prevalence of IPVA
  • IPVA Perpetration and Gender
  • Profiles of IPVA
  • Theories of IPVA
  • Desistance from IPVA
  • Summary and Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 14 The Serious and Violent Young Offender: Examining the Multi-Domain Risk Profile, Mental Health, and Treatment Intervention Strategies
  • The Multi-Risk Profile of the Serious and Violent Juvenile Offender
  • Programming in Youth Custodial and Residential Settings
  • Effective Institutional Programs
  • Types of Programs
  • Special Programming Considerations
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 15 The Psychology of Sexual Offending
  • Introduction
  • Sexual Offenses
  • Prevalence
  • Who Commits Sexual Offenses?
  • Desistance
  • Theories
  • Summary and Conclusion
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 16 Severe Mental Illness: Crime, Antisocial and Aggressive Behavior
  • Severe Mental Illness and Crime
  • A Typology of Persons with Schizophrenia Who Engage in AAB and/or Crime
  • Conclusions
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 17 Personality Disorders and Offending
  • Introduction
  • Understanding Personality Disorder
  • Personality Disorder and Violence: What Is the Link?
  • Treatment
  • Guidelines for the Treatment of People With Personality Disorder
  • Current Issues and Future Directions
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 18 Indigenous Offenders: Issues and Challenges for Correctional Psychologists
  • Indigenous Peoples are Over-Represented in Criminal Justice Settings
  • Indigeneity and Power
  • Indigenous Peoples Are Diverse
  • Marginalization
  • Cultural Distortions
  • Correctional Psychology and Indigenous Practice
  • Understand the Issues for Indigenous Offenders and Their Communities
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 19 Female Offenders: Trends, Effective Practices, and Ongoing Debates
  • Female Criminal Conduct: Prevalence and Trends
  • Contemporary Theories of Female Criminal Conduct
  • Risk Assessment and Female Offenders
  • Effective Intervention With Female Offenders
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 20 The Psychology of Desistance
  • What Is Desistance?
  • Identifying and Describing Criminal Career Paths
  • Offender Rehabilitation, Reintegration, and Desistance
  • Desistance and Women Offenders
  • Conclusions and Future Directions
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Part IV Intervention: Theory, Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
  • Chapter 21 Psychologically Relevant Theories of Crime and Offender Rehabilitation
  • General Strain Theory
  • Developmental and Life-Course Theories of Offending
  • Rational Choice Theory
  • General Theory of Crime
  • Social Cognitive Theory
  • Integrated Theories
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 22 Offender Rehabilitation and Theories of Behavior Change
  • Motivation Theories
  • Action Theories
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 23 Program Integrity: A Network Issue
  • Introduction
  • Program Integrity
  • Program Design
  • Program Implementation
  • Program Context
  • The Brave New World
  • Technology Transfer
  • Third-Party Delivered Programs
  • Organizational Resistance
  • Contextual Challenges and Barriers
  • Local Delivery Environments-The Delivery Context
  • The Program-Supporting Organization
  • Program Features, Mechanisms, and Program Integrity Supporting Functions
  • The Program Integrity Network
  • Conclusions and Discussion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 24 Measuring the Intermediate Effects of Offense-Focused Intervention on Offenders
  • The Effect of Programs on Reoffending
  • Linking Within-Treatment Change and Recidivism
  • Complications in Assessing the Manifestations of Dynamic Risk Factors in Correctional Settings
  • Conclusions
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 25 Treatment Outcome Evaluations: How Do We Know What Works?
  • Evaluating Evaluation Designs for Recidivism Outcome Studies
  • Randomized Controlled Trials
  • Alternative Quasi-Experimental Designs
  • Other Key Issues in Treatment Outcome Evaluation
  • Conclusions
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Part V Assessment
  • Chapter 26 Evaluating and Managing Risk for Violence Using Structured Professional Judgment
  • Structured Professional Judgment
  • Comparing and Contrasting the SPJ and Actuarial Approaches
  • Common Features of SPJ Instruments
  • How Do Evaluators Use the SPJ Model in Practice?
  • Research Evaluation
  • Dynamic Risk and Risk Reduction
  • Summary and Conclusions
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 27 The Roles of the Risk Estimate and Clinical Information in Risk Assessments
  • The Nature of Actuarial and Clinical Information
  • Passive and Active Clinical Information
  • Benefits and Shortcomings of Actuarial and Clinical Information
  • Essentials of a Risk Assessment
  • Risk Management
  • The Explanatory Story
  • Integrating Clinical Information into the Risk Estimate
  • Overrides
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 28 Offender Risk and Need Assessment: Theory, Research, and Applications
  • Risk-Need-Responsivity Model: A Brief Overview
  • Context of Offender Risk/Need Assessment
  • Generations of Risk Assessment
  • Considerations in Selecting a Tool for Risk/Need Assessment
  • Guidelines for Risk/Need Assessment
  • Special Considerations in Offender Risk/Need Assessment
  • Summary and Conclusions
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 29 Case Formulation and Treatment Planning
  • Case Formulation
  • Constructing a Case Formulation
  • Forensic Case Formulation
  • Quality of Case Formulation
  • Case Formulation: Does it Work?
  • Forensic Case Formulation: The Case of Ms. Elizabeth Brown
  • Formulation Summary
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 30 Psychological Assessment in the Correctional Setting
  • Introduction
  • Self-Report
  • Psychometric Assessment
  • The Assessment of Risk and Needs
  • Case Formulation
  • A Collaborative Approach to Assessment
  • Conclusions
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Part VI Treatment: Specific Populations and Problems
  • Chapter 31 Interventions to Reduce Recidivism in Adult Violent Offenders
  • A Brief 50-Year History of Violent Offender Treatment
  • What Works in the Treatment of Violent Offenders?
  • Mechanisms Underlying Effective Treatment
  • Indirect Mechanisms of Change
  • Intervention Design
  • Future Directions
  • Conclusions
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 32 Effective Sex Offender Treatment in Correctional Settings:: A Strengths-Based Approach
  • The Risk-Need-Responsivity Model
  • Positive Psychology
  • The Good Lives Model
  • Challenges to Rehabilitation in the Correctional Setting
  • The Rockwood Strength-Based Sex Offender Treatment Program
  • Summary and Conclusions
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 33 Treating Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
  • Introduction
  • Intervention Paradigms
  • More Recent Developments
  • Correctional Programs
  • Characteristics of Perpetrators
  • Risk-Needs Assessment
  • Conclusions
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 34 Interventions to Reduce Alcohol-Related Offending
  • Alcohol-Crime Connections
  • Research Review
  • Conclusions
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 35 Prison Substance Misuse Interventions and Offending
  • Prison Substance Misuse Programs
  • Factors Impacting on Assessment and Treatment
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Part VII Treatment: Modalities and Approaches
  • Chapter 36 An Examination of Individual Versus Group Treatment in Correctional Settings
  • Foundations
  • The Case for Individual Therapy
  • Arguments for Group Delivery
  • Group or Individual: Which Is Best?
  • Building the Evidence Base
  • Conclusions
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 37 Communal Living as the Agent of Change
  • A TC Program
  • Types of Therapeutic Community
  • Comparing DTCs and CTCs
  • Efficacy of the TCs
  • Clinical and Practice Issues
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgments
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • Chapter 38 Integrating Motivational Interviewing with Risk-Need-Responsivity-Based Practice in Community Corrections: Collaboratively Focusing on What Matters Most
  • Overview of the MI Model
  • OARS Skills
  • Evoking Change Talk Around Relevant Criminal Risk Areas
  • Change Talk Subtypes
  • Responding to Naturally Occurring Change Talk
  • MI Can be Integrated with Risk-Based Models of Rehabilitation
  • Strategy for the Initial Approach
  • Integrating MI to Establish a Supervision Focus on Criminal Risk Factors: A Case Example
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 39 What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) With Offenders?
  • Punish or Cure?
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Theory and Techniques
  • CBT With Offenders: Cognitive Behavioral Methods of Change
  • Does CBT Work With Offenders?
  • Offending Behavior Programs
  • Does CBT in the Form of OBPs Work?
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 40 Criminal Thinking: Theory and Practice
  • What is Criminal Thinking?
  • Theory
  • Practice
  • Conclusion
  • Author Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 41 Schema Therapy in Forensic Settings
  • Schema Therapy Theory
  • ST Practice
  • Empirical Support
  • Future Directions
  • Conclusion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 42 New Developments in Interventions for Working With Offending Behavior
  • Innovation in Correctional Intervention
  • When and Why Is Innovation Justified?
  • Examples of Innovative Practice
  • Discussion
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Part VIII Community Interventions
  • Chapter 43 Traditional and Innovative Reentry Approaches and Interventions
  • Community Interventions
  • Reentry Frameworks
  • Conclusion
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • Chapter 44 Recognizing the Importance of Effective Practices in Community Correctional Supervision
  • Background
  • Does Community Supervision/Parole Work?
  • Training Community Corrections Officers to be More Effective with Supervisees
  • Future Directions
  • Notes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 45 Integrating Dynamic Risk Assessment Into Community Supervision Practice
  • Historical Context
  • Defining Dynamic Risk Factors
  • Examining the Pool of Dynamic Factors
  • Dynamic Risk and Protective Factors
  • Understanding and Using Static and Dynamic Risk in Community Supervision
  • Using Dynamic Risk Assessment in Ongoing Case Planning
  • Refining Case Planning Using Acute Dynamic Risk Assessment
  • Case Study Example
  • How Psychology Can Contribute to Community Supervision
  • Summary
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 46 "What Works" in Supervising Probationers with Mental Illness
  • Understanding the Problem: Challenges Posed by Offenders With Mental Illness
  • Mental Health Models
  • Correctional Rehabilitation Model
  • Integrating Models to Improve Outcomes
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 47 Community Treatment: The Need for a Taxonomy
  • RNR Framework and Multidimensional Needs
  • A Taxonomy of Correctional Programming
  • Conclusion About Frameworks
  • What Do We Know About Programs in the Community?
  • Methods
  • Findings
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • Note
  • Key Readings
  • References
  • Chapter 48 Correctional Psychology: Contemplating the Future
  • Risk Assessment
  • Intervention
  • Research
  • New Ways of Working?
  • Note
  • References
  • Index
  • EULA

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