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Publications by Dr Philip H Pollock

Peer Reviewed Articles & Books

Violent Offending/Homicide

  • Pollock, P. H. (due for publication in 2014). The paedophilic killer: Clinical insights, forensic psychotherapy and case management. Chichester: Wiley. – Buy from Amazon
  • Pollock, P. H. (2006). Cognitive analytic therapy for rage-type homicide. Book chapter.
  • Pollock, P. H. (1996). Clinical issues in the cognitive analytic therapy of sexually abused women who commit violence offences against their partners. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 69 (2), 117-127.
  • Pollock, P. H. (1995). A case of spree serial murder with suggested diagnostic opinions. International Journal of Offender Therapy & Comparative Criminology, 39, 258-268.
  • Pollock, P. H. & Kear-Colwell, J. J. (1994). Women who stab: A personal construct analysis of sexual victimization and offending behaviour. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 67, 13-22.

Sexual Offending

  • Pollock, P. H. (2006). Cognitive analytic therapy for a rapist with psychopathic personality disorder. Book chapter.
  • Pollock, P. H. (1996). Self-efficacy and sexual offending against children: Construction of a measure and changes following relapse prevention treatment. Legal & Criminological Psychology, 1, 215-228.
  • Kear-Colwell, J. J. & Pollock, P. H. (1996). Motivation or confrontation: Which approach to the sex offender? Criminal Justice & Behaviour, 24, 20-30.

Sexual Murder

  • Pollock, P. H. (2006). Cognitive analytic therapy analysis of the errant self and serial sexual homicide: An encounter with the extremes of human conduct. Book chapter.

Forensic Psychotherapy for Offenders

  • Pollock, P. H., Stowell-Smith, M. & Gopfert, M. (2006). Cognitive analytic therapy for offenders: A new approach to forensic psychotherapy. London: Taylor & Francis. – Buy from Amazon
  • Pollock, P. H. (1998). Cognitive analytic therapy for offenders. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 9. 629-642.

Childhood Abuse

  • Pollock, P. H. (2001). Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: Approaches to treatment and case management. Chichester: Wiley. – Buy from Amazon
  • Pollock, P. H. & Percy, A. (1999). Maternal antenatal attachment style and potential foetal abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect, 23, 1345-1357.

Psychological Therapies

  • Bennett, D., Pollock, P. H. & Ryle, A. (2005). The States Description Procedure (SDP): The use of guided self-reflection in the case formulation of patients with borderline personality disorder. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 12, 50-57.
  • Pollock, P. H. et al., (2001). The Personality Structure Questionnaire (PSQ): A measure of the multiple states model of identity disturbance in cognitive analytic therapy. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 8, 59-72.
  • Pollock, P. H. (1997). Cognitive analytic therapy with an offender with borderline personality disorder. In Ryle, A., Leighton, M. & Pollock, P. H. (1997). Cognitive analytic therapy and borderline personality disorder: The model and the method. Chichester: Wiley. – Buy from Amazon

Learning Disability

  • Scorer, S, Cate, T., Wilkinson, L., Pollock, P. H. & Hargan, J. (1993).  The Challenging Behaviour Team Project: A six-month pilot project evaluation. British Institute of Mental Handicap, 21 (2), 49-53.

Occupational Stress

  • Kirby, S. D. & Pollock, P. H. (1995). The relationship between a medium secure unit and occupational stress in forensic psychiatric nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22 (5), 862-867.

Malingering of Mental Disorder

  • Pollock, P. H. (1998). Feigning auditory hallucinations by offenders. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 9, 305-327.
  • Pollock, P. H. (1996). A cautionary note on the determination of malingering. Psychology, Crime & the Law, 3, 97-110.
  • Pollock, P. H.  et al., (1996). Feigned mental disorder in prisoners referred to forensic mental health teams. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, 4 (1), 9-15.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Pollock, P. H. (2000). Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) for post-traumatic stress disorder following homicide. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 11, 176-184.
  • Pollock, P. H. (1999). When the killer suffers: Post-traumatic stress reactions following homicide. Legal & Criminological Psychology, 4, 185-202.

Stalking/Harassment

  • Pollock, P. H. (2006). Stifled fantasies and the stalker’s obsession: Cognitive analytic therapy for the misguided lover. Book chapter.
  • Pollock, P. H. (2001). Cognitive analytic therapy for borderline erotomania: Forensic romances and violence in the therapy room. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 8, 214-229.

Professional Conduct

  • Pollock. P. H. & Stowell-Smith, M. (2006). Adam and Eve in the forensic Eden: Boundary violations in forensic practice. Book chapter.
  • Pollock, P. H. (2006). The contribution of cognitive analytic therapy to Court Proceedings. Book chapter.