Contributor Response to the Department of Health/Ministry of Justice Consultation: Consultation on the Joint Department of Health/NOMS Offender Personality Disorder Pathway Implementation Plan (2011)
Withers J (2010). Recovery from personality disorder: Maintaining change. Chapter 11 in A. Tennant & K Howells (eds).Using Time, Not Doing Time: Practitioner perspectives on personality disorder and risk. Wiley: Blackwell.
Thomas G & Withers J (2010) Working with personality disordered offenders who have substance misuse problems. Chapter 10 in A. Tennant & K Howells (eds). Using Time, Not Doing Time: Practitioner perspectives on personality disorder and risk. Wiley: Blackwell.
Withers J. (2010) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: A treatment approach for treating people with severe personality disorder. Chapter 6 in A. Tennant & K Howells (eds). Using Time, Not Doing Time: Practitioner perspectives on personality disorder and risk. Wiley: Blackwell.
Withers J. (2008). Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT): A Therapy within a Medium Secure Hospital for a mentally disordered offender with a personality disorder. British Journal of Forensic Practice, 10(3), 24-32.
Bennett, GA, Withers, J, Higgins, D, Bailey, J, Parry, L. and Thomas, P, (2005). Alcohol Insight 30 Alcohol Education and Research Council
Bennett, GA, Withers, J., Higgins, D., Bailey, J., Thomas, P, and Parry, L. (2005) A randomised trial of early warning signs relapse prevention training in the treatment of alcohol dependence Addictive Behaviors, 30, 1111-1124
Hodge, J & Withers, J.M.J. (2004). Position Paper Faculty in Forensic Clinical Psychology on Working with Substance Misuse and Mentally Disordered Offenders in Forensic settings.
Withers, J.M.J. (1995). Motivational Interviewing: A special ethical dilemma? Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 23, pp335-339.
Withers, J.M.J. & Mitchell, J. (1995). False Memory Syndrome: Some Reflections. Clinical Psychology Forum. No 86, pp335-339
A contributor to (1993). Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies: Past history, current applications and future registration issues. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, Supplement 1.
Withers, J.M.J. & Hill, L. (1993). Through the User’s Eyes. Alcohol Concern. Nov/Dec. pp14-15.
Jones, R. & Withers, J.M.J. (1991). Normalisation and Clinical Psychology: Infatuation to Scepticism. Clinical Psychology Forum. No. 35, pp18-20
Withers, J. An Investigation into Patient and Staff Beliefs about the Nature and Treatability of Personality Disorder
Coxall A. & Withers J. Dangerous to Know. A book on psychopathy