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I'm Will Hough, lecture in mental health, I qualified as a mental health nurse in 2001and started work in the specialist field of Mental Health & Deafness gaining experience in acute, community and forensic care, helping set up the first MSU for Deaf people in Europe.
Since 2004 I worked as nurse therapist and nurse specialist in developing and providing the Deaf Sex Offender Treatment Programme (DSOTP), I have training in DBT and solution focus therapy, and have delivered the DSOTP within mental health and prison services providing specialist risk assessment reports.
Alongside the Royal Collage of Psychiatry we created the standards for care and treatment for Deaf People in MSU's. I'm the chair for the international nurse specialist forum for mental health and deafness and link to Deaf Nurse training here at the University of Salford. I have an interest in Deafness, working with people who sexually offend and training and development of risk management in sexual offenders.
Introduction to the habilitation pyramid