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    Therapy with Coerced and Reluctant Clients

    by Stanley L. Brodsky (2011). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 233 pages. Distinguished University of Alabama psychologist Stanley Brodsky has written extensively over four decades about the use of psychologists in criminal justice, corrections, and law enforcement systems, starting with Psychologists in the Criminal Justice System (University of Illinois Press, 1973). In his most recent volume, Brodsky observes that when people think of "coerced clients" they think of...
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    Psychological Therapy in Prisons and other Secure Settings

    by Joel Harvey & Kirsty Smedley, eds., (2010). Portland, OR: Willan Publishing. 272 + xxvii pages. Health and mental health care services are possibly among the less discussed, but potentially most important aspects of criminal justice and correctional interventions, whether through custody- or community-based programming. In this collection of 11 articles, British and Canadian authors explore therapeutic options such as cognitive0behavioral therapy, cognitive-analytic therapy, attachment-based...
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