This publication is aimed at practitioners who work with women in secure settings. There is relatively little material available which integrates practice, research and service development issues in this challenging area, and this publication fills an important gap.
Acknowledgements. Foreword, Jenni Murray. Introduction, Tessa Watson and Nikki Jeffcote. Part I: Theory-Building. 1. Thinking About the Needs of Women in Secure Settings, Nikki Jeffcote and Ray Travers, National High Secure Women's Directorate, Rampton Hospital. 2. Dangerous Journeys: Women's Pathways Into and Through Secure Mental Health Services, Jennie Williams, Inequality Agenda, Sara Scott, Barnardo's and Carole Bressington, Inequality Agenda. 3. Women and Offending, Helen Rutherford, West London Mental Health NHS Trust. 4. Troubled Inside: Vulnerability in Prison, Jackie Short, Awen Women's Service and Miranda Barber, Awen Women's Service. 5. Women and Risk, Tony Maden, Imperial College London. 6. More Alike than Different: Gender and Forensic Mental Health, Gwen Adshead, Broadmoor Hospital. Part II: Practice. 7. Working Together: Integrated Multi-Disciplinary Practice with Women, Tessa Watson, Amanda Bragg, West London Mental Health Trust and Nikki Jeffcote. 8. Thinking Under Fire: The Challenge for Forensic Mental Health Nurses Working with Women in Secure Care, Anne Aiyegbusi, Broadmoor Hospital. 9. Hiding and Being Lost: The Experience of Female Patients and Staff on a Mixed Sex Ward, Anna Motz, Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare NHS Trust. 10. Sharing Strength, Wisdom, Pain and Loss: A Women's Group in a Medium Secure Setting, Nikki Jeffcote, Tessa Watson, Amanda Bragg and Sarah Devereux, West London Mental Health NHS Trust. 11. A Psychodynamically-Orientated Group for Women with Learning Disabilities, Su Thrift, North Warwickshire Primary Care Trust and Carole Rowley, North Warwickshire Primary Care Trust. Part III: Service Development. 12. The Development of Medium Secure Services for Women, Tim Lambert, West London Mental Health NHS Trust and Maja Turcan, West London Mental Health NHS Trust. 13. Closing the Gap between Evidence and Practice: The Role of Training in Transforming Women's Services, Sara Scott and Jennie Williams. 14. Men, Women and Good Practice, Les Petrie, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership and Nikki Jeffcote. 15. A Gender-Specific Advocacy Model, or `I Found My Voice and I Love it!', Laila Namdarkhan, Women in Secure Hospitals.
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 2nd March 2004
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers