Clive G Long
Affiliation: St Andrew's Hospital
- Usefulness of the CANFOR-S for measuring needs among mentally disordered offenders resident in medium or low secure hospital services in the UK: a pilot evaluationClive G Long
St Andrew s Group of Hospital, Northampton, UK
Crim Behav Ment Health 18:39-48. 2008..The short form of the forensic version of the Camberwell Assessment of Needs (CANFOR-S) (Thomas et al., 2003) is of potential value in all clinical forensic settings, but so far reported mainly with high security hospital patients...
- Factors predictive of length of stay for women in medium secure settingsC G Long
St Andrew s Academic Centre, Kings College London Institute of Psychiatry, UK
J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs 19:870-4. 2012..Short-stay patients showed higher levels of therapy engagement. Findings are confirmatory of some of the key variables to be considered when estimating length of stay and when planning treatment...
- Effective therapeutic milieus in secure services for women: the service user perspectiveC G Long
St Andrews Academic Centre, Kings College London Institute of Psychiatry, Northampton, UK
J Ment Health 21:567-78. 2012..Service users are viewed as participants in treatment developments. However, the opinions of forensic patients have, in contrast to other service users, been under researched...
- Engagement in psychosocial treatment: its relationship to outcome and care pathway progress for women in medium-secure settingsClive Long
Institute of Psychiatry, King s College London, St Andrew s Academic Centre, Northampton, UK St Andrews Healthcare, Northampton, UK
Crim Behav Ment Health 22:336-49. 2012..Engaging patients in treatment in secure settings is a major challenge. Engagement is associated with a shorter length of stay, whereas treatment non-completion is associated with an increased risk of recidivism...
- Social problem-solving interventions in medium secure settings for womenC G Long
St Andrew s Healthcare, Northampton, UK
Med Sci Law 51:215-9. 2011..A treatment non-completion rate of one-third raises questions of both acceptability and timing of cognitive behavioural interventions...
- Social climate along the pathway of care in women's secure mental health service: variation with level of security, patient motivation, therapeutic alliance and level of disturbanceC G Long
St Andrews Healthcare, Northampton, UK
Crim Behav Ment Health 21:202-14. 2011..Social climate has been measured in a variety of therapeutic settings, but there is little information about it in secure mental health services, or how it may vary along a gender specific care pathway...
- Women in medium secure care: tracking treatment progress for changes in risk profiles and treatment engagementC G Long
St Andrew s Healthcare, Northampton, UK
J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs 18:425-31. 2011..Findings show that clinically significant reductions in risk behaviours were paralleled by increases in treatment engagement. The clinical healthcare implications of these findings are discussed along with the need for further research...
- Treatment of chronic anorexia nervosa: a 4-year follow-up of adult patients treated in an acute inpatient settingClive G Long
St Andrew s Academic Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London, London, UK
Clin Psychol Psychother 19:1-13. 2012..Results provide some encouragement for the treatment of those adults with anorexia nervosa who typically have less favourable outcomes. ..
- Dealing with Feelings: the effectiveness of cognitive behavioural group treatment for women in secure settingsClive G Long
St Andrew s Healthcare, and King s College London, St Andrew s Academic Centre, Northampton, UK
Behav Cogn Psychother 39:243-7. 2011..Women in secure psychiatric settings have gender specific treatment needs. The current study examined the feasibility of a Dealing with Feelings Skills Group training for dual diagnosis women admitted to a medium secure setting...
- Assessing comorbid substance use in detained psychiatric patients: issues and instruments for evaluating treatment outcomeClive G Long
Department of Psychology, St Andrew s Hospital, Northampton, UK
Subst Use Misuse 44:1602-41. 2009..The paucity of assessment tools developed specifically for this patient population is highlighted...
- The development of a 'best practice' service for women in a medium-secure psychiatric setting: treatment components and evaluationClive G Long
St Andrew s Hospital, Northampton, UK
Clin Psychol Psychother 15:304-19. 2008..In addition to a detailed description of the group therapy programme, staff training initiatives, methods for ensuring treatment integrity and a methodology for service evaluation is given...