Clare-Ann Fortune
Clare-Ann Fortune
Senior Lecturer in Clinical Forensic Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington
Verified email at vuw.ac.nz
TitleCited byYear
Sexually abusive youth: A review of recidivism studies and methodological issues for future research
CA Fortune, I Lambie
Clinical Psychology Review 26 (8), 1078-1095, 2006
742006
The Good Lives Model: Aligning Risk Reduction with Promoting Offenders' Personal Goals
T Ward, CA Fortune
European journal of probation 5 (2), 29-46, 2013
382013
The rehabilitation of offenders: Reducing risk and promoting better lives
CA Fortune, T Ward, GM Willis
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 19 (5), 646-661, 2012
282012
The role of dynamic risk factors in the explanation of offending
T Ward, CA Fortune
Aggression and violent behavior 29, 79-88, 2016
232016
Demographic and abuse characteristics in adolescent male sexual offenders with “special needs”
CA Fortune, I Lambie
Journal of sexual aggression 10 (1), 63-84, 2004
192004
From dynamic risk factors to causal processes: a methodological framework
T Ward, CA Fortune
Psychology, Crime & Law 22 (1-2), 190-202, 2016
182016
The Good Lives Model and therapeutic environments in forensic settings
CA Fortune, T Ward, D LL Polaschek
Therapeutic Communities: The International Journal of Therapeutic …, 2014
15*2014
The good lives model: a strength-based approach to offender rehabilitation
T Ward, CA Fortune
Transforming corrections: Humanistic approaches to corrections and offender …, 2014
132014
The Role of Language Skill in Child Psychopathology: Implications for Intervention in the Early Years
K Salmon, R O’Kearney, E Reese, CA Fortune
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 19 (4), 352-367, 2016
122016
Expertise and child sex offenders
CA Fortune, P Bourke, T Ward
Aggression and Violent Behavior 20, 33-41, 2015
102015
Integrating Strength‐Based Practice with Forensic CBT: The Good Lives Model of Offender Rehabilitation
CA Fortune, T Ward
Forensic CBT: A handbook for clinical practice, 436-455, 2013
102013
The Good Lives Model: A strength-based approach for youth offenders
CA Fortune
Aggression and Violent Behavior, 2017
72017
Emotional Abilities in Children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD): Impairments in Perspective-Taking and Understanding Mixed Emotions are Associated with High Callous …
R O’Kearney, K Salmon, M Liwag, CA Fortune, A Dawel
Child Psychiatry & Human Development 48 (2), 346-357, 2017
72017
Yoga in prisons: A review of the literature
J Muirhead, CA Fortune
Aggression and Violent Behavior 28, 57-63, 2016
72016
Good Lives and the Rehabilitation of Sex Offenders
CA Fortune, T Ward, R Mann
Positive Psychology in Practice: Promoting Human Flourishing in Work, Health …, 2015
52015
Restorative Justice–Informed Moral Acquaintance: Resolving the Dual Role Problem in Correctional and Forensic Practice
T Ward, TA Gannon, CA Fortune
Criminal justice and behavior 42 (1), 45-57, 2015
52015
Integrating the Good Lives Model with relapse prevention: Working with juvenile sex offenders
CA Fortune, T Ward, B Print
Toolkit for working with juvenile sex offenders, 405-426, 2014
42014
Problems in protective factor research and practice
CA Fortune, T Ward
Aggression and violent behavior 32, 1-3, 2017
32017
Not just ‘old men in raincoats’: Effectiveness of specialised community treatment programmes for sexually abusive children and youth in New Zealand
CAG Fortune
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2007
32007
The Good Lives Model among detained female adolescents
L Van Damme, CA Fortune, S Vandevelde, W Vanderplasschen
Aggression and Violent Behavior, 2017
22017
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