Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & The experience of working with people that hoard: a Q-sort exploration. Journal of Mental Health, 1-7.
  2. & Exploring therapeutic engagement with individuals with a diagnosis of personality disorder in acute psychiatric inpatient settings: A nursing team perspective. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing
  3. & A model of a specialist transitional support and liaison service within the Offender Personality Disorder Pathway in Wales: Learning from a regional pilot service. Probation Journal, 026455051985906
  4. Developing a Model for Evidence-based Clinical Forensic Interviewing. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 1-9.
  5. & Learning Lessons From Implementing Enabling Environments Within Prison and Probation: Separating Standards From Process. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 0306624X1879071
  6. & Routine practice in staffed community accommodation (approved premises) in England and Wales: Quantitative benchmarking from the first year of a longitudinal study. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 28(3), 227-238.
  7. & Taking parents seriously: The experiences of parents with a son or daughter in adult medium secure forensic mental health care. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 27(5), 1535-1545.
  8. & The Lived Experience of Working with Female Patients in a High Secure Hospital. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 27(1), 82-91.
  9. & An initial evaluation of the Global Review Form as an approach to measuring individual change. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 28(4), 458-476.
  10. & Working towards co-production in rehabilitation and recovery services. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice 11(4), 197-207.
  11. Catherine Roberts, Jason Davies, Richard G. Maggs Structured community activity for forensic mental health – a feasibility study. The Journal of Forensic Practice 17(3), 180-191.
  12. Ware, K., Davies, J., Rowse, G., Whittaker, S. The experience of hepatitis C treatment for people with a history of mental health problems: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Health Psychology 20(7), 990-1001.
  13. Nagi, C., Davies, J. Bridging the Gap: Brief Family Psychoeducation in Forensic Mental Health. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice 15(2), 171-183.
  14. Nagi, C., Davies, J., Shine, L. Group treatment in a male low secure mental health service: a treatment description and descriptive evaluation. The Journal of Forensic Practice 16(2), 139-155.
  15. Davies, J., Black, S., Bentley, N., Nagi, C. Forensic case formulation: Theoretical, ethical and practical issues. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 23(4), 304-314.
  16. Walker, C.A., Davies, J. A Cross-cultural Validation of the Brief Child Abuse Potential Inventory (BCAP). Journal of Family Violence 27(7), 697-705.
  17. Powls, J., Davies, J. A Descriptive Review of Research Relating to Sadomasochism: Considerations for Clinical Practice. Deviant Behavior 33(3), 223-234.
  18. Nagi, C., Davies, J., Williams, M., Roberts, C., Lewis, R. A Multidisciplinary Approach to Team Nursing Within a Low Secure Service: The Team Leader Role. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care 48(1), 56-61.
  19. Davies, J., Hopkins, M., Campisi, M., Maggs, R.G. Developing high relational support services for individuals with long term mental health needs: scheme description and service evaluation. Mental Health and Social Inclusion 16(1), 31-40.
  20. Thornhill, K., Kellett, S., Davies, J. Heterogeneity within compulsive buyers: A Q-sort study. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 85(2), 229-241.
  21. Walsh, J.L., Davies, J., Bagshaw, R., Payne, E. Staff Beliefs About the Negotiation of Serious Prison Incidents. Criminal Justice and Behavior 39(1), 59-70.
  22. Morris, N., Davies, J. The development, delivery and evaluation of a coping skills group on a rehabilitation and recovery inpatient ward. Clinical Psychology Forum
  23. O'Meara, A., Davies, J., Hammond, S. The psychometric properties and utility of the Short Sadistic Impulse Scale (SSIS).. Psychological Assessment 23(2), 523-531.
  24. Jason Davies, Richard G. Maggs, Roger Lewis The Development of a UK Low Secure Service: Philosophy, Training, Supervision and Evaluation. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health 9(4), 334-342.
  25. Walker, C.A., Davies, J. A Critical Review of the Psychometric Evidence Base of the Child Abuse Potential Inventory. Journal of Family Violence 25(2), 215-227.
  26. Nagi, C., Davies, J. Addressing offending risk in low secure mental health services for men: a descriptive review of available evidence. The British Journal of Forensic Practice 12(1), 38-47.
  27. What did we learn and what could be different?: Trainee and Supervisor observations on Stage 2 training.. Forensic Update
  28. Jason Davies, Kate Oldfield Treatment need and provision in medium secure care. The British Journal of Forensic Practice 11(2), 24-31.
  29. Kay, C., Davies, J., Gamsu, D., Jarman, M. An Exploration of the Experiences of Young Women Living with Type 1 Diabetes. Journal of Health Psychology 14(2), 242-250.
  30. Oddie, S., Davies, J. A Multi-Method Evaluation of a Substance Misuse Program in a Medium Secure Forensic Mental Health Unit. Journal of Addictions Nursing 20(3), 132-141.
  31. & Evaluating strategies for detecting test faking. The British Journal of Forensic Practice 11(1), 25-29.
  32. Nithsdale, V., Davies, J., Croucher, P. Psychosis and the Experience of Employment. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 18(2), 175-182.
  33. Supervision in forensic psychology practice: issues for supervisor development.. Forensic Update
  34. ‘I consider myself sadistic’: a qualitative analysis of sadistic endorsement in a group of Irish undergraduates. The British Journal of Forensic Practice 9(1), 24-30.
  35. & Evaluating innovative treatments in forensic mental health: A role for single case methodology?. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 18(3), 353-367.
  36. Using the internet to conduct research relevant to forensic practice. The British Journal of Forensic Practice 9(4), 19-22.
  37. Working with Personality Disordered Offenders: Where are we at and where do we need to go?. Issues in Forensic Psychology.
  38. Developing models and a framework for multi-professional clinical supervision.. The British Journal of Forensic Practice.
  39. DSPD: Integrating training, teamwork and supervision.. Issues in Forensic Psychology
  40. Davies, J., Salmon, A., MacDonald, F. Supervision: What works for whom?. Clinical Psychology Forum
  41. Coleman, B., Davies, J. Diet coke and professionalism [6]. Clinical Psychology Forum
  42. Davies, J., Coleman, B. Peer consultation: More than just a trip to the pub?. Clinical Psychology Forum
  43. Risk Assessment and Risk Management: The Way Forward. Psychiatric Care

Books

  1. & (Eds.). Individual Psychological Therapies in Forensic Settings: Research and Practice. Routledge.
  2. Supervision for Forensic Practitioners. Routledge.
  3. & (Eds.). Research in Practice for Forensic Professionals. Routledge.

Book Chapters

  1. An Examination of Individual Versus Group Treatment in Correctional Settings. In The Wiley International Handbook of Correctional Psychology. (pp. 589-589). Wiley-Blackwell.
  2. & Supervising the therapists. In Individual Psychological Therapies in Forensic Settings: Research and Practice.
  3. & Individual psychological therapy with associated groupwork. In Individual Psychological Therapies in Forensic Settings: Research and Practice.
  4. & Selecting therapies and therapists. In Individual Psychological Therapies in Forensic Settings: Research and Practice.
  5. & Conducting research in forensic settings: Philosophical and Practical Issues.. In Research in Practice for Forensic Professionals.. (pp. 3-15). Routledge.
  6. & Single case methodologies.. In Research in Practice for Forensic Professionals.. (pp. 161-188). Routledge.
  7. Working Positively with Personality Disorder in Secure Settings. In Phil Willmot & Neil Gordon (Ed.), An Individual Approach to Assessing Change. (pp. 211-231). Wiley-Blackwell.
  8. & Offence Paralleling Behaviour. In Michael Daffern, Lawrence Jones & John Shine (Ed.), Evaluating Individual Change. (pp. 287-302). Wiley-Blackwell.

Conference Contributions

  1. Hammond, Sean M., Davies, Ian R., Sowden, Paul T., Davies, Jason (1996). Decision support in screening mammography. Presented at Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering,

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2008). Predictive Efficacy. (Dictionary of Forensic Psychology).