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Creating Sanctuary: Reducing Violence in a Maximum Security Forensic Psychiatric Unit




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Rosenberg, M .(2003). Nonviolent communication: a language of life. Encinitas, CA:Puddle Dancer Press. (foreword, 7)

Sears, M. (2007). Choose  Your Words: harnessing the power of compassionate communication to heal and connect.  CareInAction. (2)

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