Personal Construct Perspectives on Forensic Psychology

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remain aware of the reality that, eventually, most incarcerated offenders will leave the institution. Do we really believe that the use of coercive power will eliminate their antisocial beliefs and offensive behaviours? If not, we need to adopt practices that invite offenders to participate in a relationship and experience that, given a real desire to change, has a good chance of helping them address their goals.


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