Social Problem Solving Therapy provision with a Deaf patient group in a secure hospital environment

Elizabeth Wakeland, Simon Gibbon, Adrian Cowell


This paper describes the adaptation and use of a Social Problem Solving therapy (Stop and Think) for pre-lingually Deaf men in a secure hospital. It highlights the potential links between deficits in problem solving skills, emotional and behavioural problems and the over-representation of deaf people in forensic settings.

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