Professional and therapeutic boundaries in forensic mental health practice volume 35 of forensic focus authors anne aiyegbusi gillian kelly edition illustrated publisher jessica kingsley publishers 2012 isbn 1849051399 9781849051392 length 288 pages subjects. Professional and therapeutic boundaries in forensic mental health practice forensic focus editors anne aiyegbusi gillian kelly contributor gwen adshead edition illustrated publisher. In book professional and therapeutic boundaries in forensic mental health practice chapter boundary matters in a forensic learning disability service in a aiyegbusi g kelly eds. Professional and therapeutic boundaries in forensic mental health practice forensic focus nov 22 2020 posted by enid blyton public library text id 389e2941 online pdf ebook epub library relational dynamics between professionals and clients in a wide range of health and criminal justice settings work in this specialist field stands or falls on the effective. This book provides a thorough introduction to the subject of professional and therapeutic boundaries and their particular complexities within forensic mental health settings the contributors all experts in their respective fields address the challenges of establishing working boundaries within forensic mental health services from multiple perspectives
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