The experiences of forensic males in dialectical behaviour therapy (forensic version): a qualitative exploratory study

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Russell, S. and Siesmaa, B. 2014. The experiences of forensic males in dialectical behaviour therapy (forensic version): a qualitative exploratory study.
AuthorsRussell, S. and Siesmaa, B.
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To qualitatively explore the experiences of forensic male clients who have completed all four modules of a DBT programme (forensic version) including both individual and group treatment (at least 9-12 months).

This study is an exploratory study aimed at developing understanding of the implementation of DBT by interviewing clients directly to source their views and experiences.

KeywordsDBT; Forensic; Offenders
Year2014
Conference1th National Conference Research in Forensic Mental Health Services
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McCann, R. A., & Ball, E. M. (2000). The effectiveness of dialectical behaviour therapy with forensic inpatients: A preliminary analysis. Retrieved September 5, 2013, from Washington University website: http://depts.washington.edu/brtc/files/McCann%20Ball%202000.pdf McCann, R. A.,

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Completed03 Apr 2014
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