Psychotherapie pädophiler Patienten im Maßregelvollzug. Wirkfaktoren, Therapieakzeptanz und Therapiemotivation aus Patientensicht
The thesis shows the results of 30 interviews with pedophilic patients in secured forensic hospitals about their evaluation of their treatment - what was helpful, and what disturbed treatment. The patients were also asked to exchange rolls and to tell how they would design/redesign the treatment of pedophilic patients. The qualitative analysis of the statements showed common factors in forensic psychotherapy: Establishing a successful relationship between patient and therapist is essential for both, process and outcome; mismatching of relationships are serious obstacles in individual therapies (not mentioned for group therapies). Therapeutic progress is stalling, when patients feel misunderstood, neglected and helpless without choice or avoiding possibility to interpretations (and misinterpretations) of the staff. Rigid control systems in forensic hospitals have negative effects, too.
Subject HeadingsGerichtliche Psychiatrie [GND]
Qualitatives Interview [GND]
Forensic psychiatry [MeSH]
Patient satisfaction [MeSH]