Preface; Roland Woodward 1. Aims and Overview 2. The 'What Works' Debate and the Fit of Prison-Based Democratic TCs 3. Controversies, Beginnings and Workings of the Dovegate TC 4. The Data 5. Personality Disorder 6. Changes over Time: The Psychometric Data 7. Experiential Perspectives from Within the TC: The Focus Groups 8. Attachments: The Multiple Sorting Task Procedure 9. After the TC: Post Residency Questionnaire, Interviews and psychometrics 10. Back in the Outside World: Case Studies of Former Residents on Release 11. Getting It: A Quantification of Long-Term Outcomes 12. Practice Issues and Research Overview
Exploring the first purpose-built prison community of its kind, the HMP Dovegate Therapeutic Community, this book provides the most comprehensive coverage of this research to date, following the progress of individual prisoners' through therapy and highlighting the key essentials for prisoners to address their motivations and criminal behaviour.