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"The book is not only a contribution to the academic community for students in psychology,
"Fagan and Ax provide a compelling clinical guide for correctional mental health treatment based on a biopsychosocial or intersystemic theory that is grounded in research and clinical practice. The book draws on the wealth of clinical and administrative experiences of the editors and contributors."
"The book’s editors and contributors represent an established and distinguished group, not only ofcorrectional mental health professionals and administrators from federal, state, and local levels, but academics and others in the field who have provided significant and distinguished scholarly contributions."
"Within 15 minutes of opening Correctional Mental Health: From Theory to Best Practice, I found that I had in my hands not only an indispensible basic text for the current era of correctional professionals but also one that represents a quantum leap in the consolidation of essential correctional knowledge."
Using for an independent project for Research in Offenders and Addiction Counseling
Excellent book very student friendly, highly relevant vocational links in psychology well laid out and easy to read, will be highly recommended for students looking at mental health and mental health nursing.
A well written text that deals with offenders within mental health settings This textbook would be useful for both undergraduate and pstgraguate courses in fosensic mentaln health and forensic psychology
interesting read for further development.. woud suggest to these interested in that particular topic
In-depth text useful for a variety of modules (e.g. Mental Health; Criminology; Social Justice and Penal Policy).
An interesting text that provides a trans-altantic perspective on the treatment and supervision of mental health issues within the secure estate. Readers are introduced to the clinical and actuarial aspects of managing risk through assessment protocols and supervision. A good source of reference that has potential to generate comparative debates in UK practice.