Other publications


On aggression and violence: an analytic perspective: (With Richard Mizen) Palgrave.

Selected papers

Therapeutic communities in prisons. In Psychiatry inPrisons ed Wilson. Jessica Kingsley, London.

Directing Therapy. In Dynamic security: The democratic therapeutic community in prisons, ed Michael Parker, Jessica Kingsley, London

Psychopathy, the dominant paradigm. and Some ethical issues in psychodynamic work with dangerous people.   In Working with Dangerous People, the psychotherapy of violence. Ed Jones D, Paladin, Oxford.

Finding a secure base: Attachment in Grendon Prison. In A Matter of security. The application ofattachment theory to forensic psychiatry and psychotherapy. Eds Pfafflin F and Adshed G. Jessica Kingsley, London and New York. With Michael Parker.

Tyrannical Equality: A Mental Health Hostel. In Observing Organisations: Anxiety Defence and Culturein Healthcare Eds Hinshelwood R, Skogstad W Routledge, London

The close supervision centres. In Humane Prisons. Ed Jones, Paladin, Oxford

Managing the unmanageable:Psychotherapy in Grendon Prison. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 12.2 Supplement 2002

Psychodynamic Therapies and Psychoanalysis in Psychiatry. In. Highlights of Modern Psychiatry eds Achte K and Freedman A Tamminen T. Recallmed: Klaukkala.

A Psychotherapeutic Prison. In Therapy Behind  Walls Ed Atchull. Karnack, London

Clinical Pluralism. A model for DSPD treatment teams. Issues in Forensic Psychology, 4, 65-75.

The Ego and the Self: A Contemporary Freudian Perspective. In Who am I: The Ego the Self in Psychoanalysis. Ed Seu B Rebus Press, London

Grendon, a Psychotherapeutic Prison. In A compilation of Grendon Research. Ed Shine J Leyhill Press

Regulating Anarchy: The Grendon Programme. Sprinhill Press, Buchinghamshire. With John Shine


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