Forensic CBT: A Handbook for Clinical Practice is an edited collection that represents the first authoritative resource on the utilization of CBT strategies and techniques for offender clients.
• Features contributions from leaders of the major schools of CBT on the treatment of antisocial personality patterns as well as anger, interpersonal violence, substance abuse, and sexual aggression
• Addresses modified CBT approaches for female, juvenile, and culturally diverse forensic populations
• Covers emerging areas of forensic practices, including the integration of motivational interviewing and strength-based approaches
• Includes an assortment of worksheets, handouts, and exercises for practitioners to use with their clients
About the Editors:
Raymond Chip Tafrate is a licensed psychologist and Professor and Chairperson of the Criminology and Criminal Justice Department at Central Connecticut State University. His most recent books are Anger Management for Everyone (2009) and Understanding Anger Disorders (2006).
Damon Mitchell is a licensed psychologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Central Connecticut State University. His research has been published in a variety of psychology and criminal justice journals including International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Journal of Criminal Justice, Federal Probation, Journal of Sex Research, and the Journal of Interpersonal Violence.