The experiences of forensic males in dialectical behaviour therapy (forensic version): a qualitative exploratory study
Russell, S. and Siesmaa, B. 2014. The experiences of forensic males in dialectical behaviour therapy (forensic version): a qualitative exploratory study.
|Authors||Russell, S. and Siesmaa, B.|
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).
|Keywords||DBT; Forensic; Offenders|
|Conference||1th National Conference Research in Forensic Mental Health Services|
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|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||31 Mar 2017|
|Completed||03 Apr 2014|
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