Women's Mental Health Issues Across the Criminal Justice System / Edition 1

Women's Mental Health Issues Across the Criminal Justice System / Edition 1

by Rosemary L. Gido, Lanette Dalley
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0132435357

ISBN-13: 9780132435352

Pub. Date: 04/18/2008

Publisher: Prentice Hall

The first of its kind, Women’s Mental Health Issues Across the Criminal Justice System is dedicated to giving the “most invisible” offenders in today’s criminal justice system—mentally ill adolescent girls and women—a face and a voice. The book is organized around the subsystems of the U.S. criminal justice system. Each

Overview

The first of its kind, Women’s Mental Health Issues Across the Criminal Justice System is dedicated to giving the “most invisible” offenders in today’s criminal justice system—mentally ill adolescent girls and women—a face and a voice. The book is organized around the subsystems of the U.S. criminal justice system. Each section highlights mental health research and policy issues and focuses on the impediments to treatment and service delivery as well as the model programs, assessments, and intervention processes that offer hope within and across the system.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780132435352
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
04/18/2008
Series:
Alternative eText Formats Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Preface: Ros Muraskin

INTRODUCTION: The unmet mental health needs of female offenders across

The criminal justice system

Rosemary L. Gido

Juvenile Justice:

CHAPTER 1 – Meeting the mental health needs of female juvenile offenders:

Where are we now and where do we go from here?

Rebecca Boyd

CHAPTER 2 - Mental health screening as intake triage for juvenile girl offenders:

A MAYSI-2 comparison of non-detained and detained girls

Philip Stinson

CHAPTER 3 – “I’ve been around and around and around” – Measuring

traumatic events in the lives of incarcerated girls

Judith Ryder, Sandra Langley and Henry Brownstein

Law Enforcement:

CHAPTER 4 – The challenges of policing the mentally ill: An exploration

of gendered and ungendered perspectives

Mary Dodge and Terri Schreiber

CHAPTER 5 - Improving police interactions with the mentally ill:

Crisis Intervention Training

Laura Ketteler and Mary Dodge

Mental Health Courts:

CHAPTER 6 – Women in mental health court: A femicentric-integrated

approach of service delivery for women with multiple

disorders

Janice Joseph

Jails:

CHAPTER 7 - Women in jail: Mental health care needs and service deficiencies

Phyllis Harrison-Ross and James E. Lawrence

CHAPTER 8 - The contribution of childhood trauma to adult psychpathology

in dually diagnosed detainees: Implications for gender-based

jail and reentry trauma-informed services

Nahama Broner, Sarah Kopelovich, Damon W. Mayrl, and

David Bernstein

Prisons:

CHAPTER 9 - Addressing the mental health needs of women offenders

Barbara Bloom and Stephanie Covington

CHAPTER 10 - Women destined to failure: Policy implications of the lack of

proper mental health and addiction treatment for female

offenders

Lanette P. Dalley and Vicki Michels

CHAPTER 11 - Prison-based programming for women with serious mental

Illness

Arthur J. Lurrigio and Andrew Harris

Re-entry:

CHAPTER 12 - Reentry needs of female mentally ill offenders

Stephanie Hartwell and Karin Orr

CHAPTER 13 - Rebuilding “person-first” reentry strategies for women leaving

prison from the perspectives of the end users: the returning women

Nancy Wolff

Policy;

CHAPTER 14 - Ethics, female offenders, and psychiatric illness: How the justice

and mental health system fail and abandon women

Kristie R. Blevins and Bruce A. Arrigo

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