Service User-Probation Relationships: Do we make a difference? Kay Radcliffe, Clinical Psychologist



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Service User-Probation Relationships: Do we make a difference?

Kay Radcliffe, Clinical Psychologist

Beth Carrington, Assistant Psychologist

Yorkshire & Humberside Personality Disorder Partnership

Today

The service

Background

Methods

Results


Thoughts

Next steps


YHPDP: Yorkshire & Humberside Personality Disorder Partnership

Aims of the partnership


Reduce repeat violent and sexual offending and offences against children

Improved psychological health and wellbeing

Workforce development

Improved access to services


Formulation


‘Formulation provides a hypothesis about a person’s difficulties, which draws from psychological theory’

Case formulation is considered essential to risk assessment and risk management

Offender Personality Disorder Strategy emphasises importance of formulation led case management to develop pathways for offenders with personality difficulties who are at risk of serious harm to others

Johnstone & Dallos, 2013

Logan, Nathan & Brown, 2011

Department of Health, 2011




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