`This is a fascinating book which will be of interest to those concerned with forensic contexts. It combines theoretical and practical content and provides an excellent source of literature for further reading. This is a book at the frontier of knowledge in a specific domain that offers a useful first source for thinking about how attachment theory can be applied in forensic situations.'
`A Matter of Security is an invigoration collection of essays in which attachment theory is used as a framework to explore a variety of issues in forensic psychiatry. The variety of content and methodologies makes A Matter of Security an invaluable resource for anybody working in or thinking about forensic psychiatry'.
`This book is a `must read' for all clinicians working in forensic psychiatry. It explores the psychodynamic theory of attachment and ways in which this theoretical base can be used to offer new ways of thinking about, and working therapeutically with, mental disorders in offenders. The authors of the various chapters represent a wide range of disciplines from a variety of forensic settings, demonstrating the flexibility of this theoretical framework.'