Mental health and the criminal justice setting: the role of the applied psychologist

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Harvey, J. and Siesmaa, B. 2015. Mental health and the criminal justice setting: the role of the applied psychologist. in: Jones, P. (ed.) Interventions in Criminal Justice Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd.
AuthorsHarvey, J. and Siesmaa, B.
EditorsJones, P.
KeywordsMental Health;Criminal Justice;Case Formulation;Applied Psychology
Year2015
Book titleInterventions in Criminal Justice
PublisherPavilion Publishing and Media Ltd
Output statusPublished
ISBN9781910366097
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Print09 Jun 2015
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Deposited31 Mar 2017
Journal citation2, pp. 35-50
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