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Effectively intervening with violent behavior : an interview with Dr. Peter Fonagy / Peter Fonagy, PhD.

Publication:
[Mill Valley, California] : Psychotherapy.net, 2013.
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Video
1 streaming video file (65 minutes) : digital, sound, color
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Other Title:
Interview with Dr. Peter Fonagy
Subjects:
Fonagy, Peter, 1952 -- -Interviews.
Aggressiveness.
Anger -- Treatment.
Violent offenders.
Violence.
Form/Genre:
Interviews.
Educational films.
Streaming video.
Language:
Closed captioned.
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System requirements: Broadband with connection speed of 1.5 Mbps or greater; Internet browser; Adobe Flash Player for computer viewing.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
digital
Summary:
"In this interview, Peter Fonagy, PhD, offers both a theoretical foundation for understanding violent behavior as well as practical tools for clinicians working with violent offenders. Fonagy discusses child development, early attachment, and the importance of mentalization or self-reflective functioning as a method for intervening with violence. He also addresses social factors affecting violence, risk factors and thoughts that drive violent behavior, and counseling violent offenders in a variety of settings, including in prisons, group therapy, and individual therapy. You will be able to describe Fonagy's psychosocial approach to understanding and treating violent offenders; understand the importance of facilitating mentalization with violent offenders and learn tools to utilize it with clients; and identify the specific skills necessary to work safely with violent individuals. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." Supplied by publisher.
Participant:
Featured expert: Peter Fonagy.
Notes:
Title and description from publisher metadata.
Original copyright The Glendon Association, ©2012.
Contributor:
Fonagy, Peter, 1952- interviewee.
Psychotherapy.net.
ISBN:
9781601243416
OCLC:
874150103
Publisher Number:
224 Psychotherapy.net
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.