New book - Reflective Practice in Forensic Settings

Reflective Practice in Forensic Settings

A Cognitive Analytic Approach to Developing Shared Thinking

Reflective Practice in Forensic Settings brings together a range of clinicians to share their experience and approaches, exploring ways in which the CAT model can be applied to develop reflective practice in secure contexts. Together, they also offer valuable guidance for any practitioner seeking ways in which to develop a more relationally informed and reflective therapeutic service.

A complete practitioner’s guide to applying the CAT model to promote reflective practice at individual, team and organizational levels in forensic settings

Authors: Jenny Marshall and Jamie Kirkland


Published by Alison Marfell on 26th Aug 2021

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