`The varied content of this book effectively provides a panoptic view of the layers and subtleties of the challenges in forensic psychotherapy. Consequently, the book would appeal to both novice and those who are interested in specific aspects of the field. To conclude, I think this is a book which seems to look ahead at the future of psychotherapy whilst examining what is already in existence. To make the assertion that there are many challenges to forensic psychotherapy is progress in itself and further examination of these challenges can only benefit the discipline and its relationships within a wider framework.'
…an interesting collection of papers