Practical Applications in Forensic Psychiatry 2016-2018

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Practical Applications in Forensic Psychiatry 2016-2018

Practical Applications in Forensic Psychiatry 2016-2018

Sessions

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Violations a Sacred Trust: Sexual Violence in the Classroom 10/18/16
Update on Neurolaw 11/28/17
Trauma-Informed Legal Representation 2/13/18
Therapeutic Privilege in Psychiatry? The Case of Borderline Personality Disorder 10/17/17
The Utility of Neuropsychological Assessment in Forensics 3/27/18
The Pennsylvania Innocence Project: How Innocent People Confess to Crimes They did not Commit 2/23/16
The Parricide Files 4/5/16
The Intersection of Mental Illness & the Criminal Justice System 2/16/16
The Guilty Drug 4/19/16
The Ethics of Psychological Testing 1/30/18
The Challenges of Decertification Cases in Latino Teens 1/12/16
Terrorist or Terrified 2/14/17
Strategies for Dealing with Experts Hired by Opposing Counsel Who lack the Requisite Credentials & Training in Forensic Psychiatry/Psychology 11/1/16
Stop Solitary for Kids: Collaborations between Law and Medicine 2/28/17
Solitary Confinement and the Mentally Ill 4/11/17
Shaming the Consitutuion: The Detrimental Results of Sexual Violent Predator Legislation 3/7/17
Sexuality, Disability and the Law: Beyond the Last Frontier? 3/29/16
Sexual Advance Directive 10/11/16
Seeing is Believing: How Hollywood Stigmatizes the Mentally Ill 4/10/18
Scientific Testimony in Capital Mitigation and Appeals; and review of recent case law 9/25/18
Risk Assessment and Capacity for Self-Determination in a case of Possible Elder Abuse presenting in the Medical Intensive Care Unit 3/22/16
Review of Forensic Psychiatry and Plan for the Year 9/27/16
Rethinking the Goldwater Rule 2/21/17
Rethinking Tarasoff: The Evolution of the Duty to Warn 4/4/17
Protecting Yourself while Protecting Others 10/24/17
Promoting Resilience for Court-involved Youth 4/17/18
Pretrial Taint Hearings in Child Sexual Abuse Cases 11/15/16
Pretending to Care for Him Endless jail hospital street cycle deprives persons with mental disabilities right to continuity care 3/6/18
Parental Alienation: Clinical Issues and Forensic Challenges 3/8/16
Mis - Use of Factitious Disorder in Another 3/1/16
Mental Illness and Gun Violence: Conflated Issues or a Real Concern? 2/2/16
Mental Health Clinic 1/23/18
Malpractice Issues ... Unexpected Challenges 11/22/16
Malpractice and Risk Management 1/26/16
Low-Tech Lie Detection: Ethics and Risk Management 2/7/17
Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP), an Update 3/15/16
Juvenile Justice and the "Kids for Cash" Scandal 1/17/17
Juvenile Decertification 10/25/16
It's the Trauma, Not the Label: A Case Example and Discussion of the Trauma-Informed Evaluation and Testimony 1/24/17
Insanity and the Veteran Disability Evaluation 3/28/17
Healing the Incest Wound: With Daddy or Without Daddy? 11/8/16
Giving Asylum? The Ethics of Long Term Structured Care for People with Serious Mental Illness 2/9/16
Genetics for the Forensic Psychiatrist 11/21/17
Forensic mental health testimony in U.S. v Hiss: review of recurring themes & problems in provision of evidence from "Red Scare" era 3/21/17
Forensic Mental Health in Crime Solving 1/16/18
Forensic Legal Decisions Update 10/3/17
Forensic Evaluation of Asylum Seekers 3/13/18
DSM-5 and Juvenile Justice 5/9/17
Driving Under the Influence of Medication 12/13/16
Doctor-Patient Boundary Violations-Assessment of Damages in a Class Action 11/29/16
Docs and Glocks: Guns in Florida and the US 4/18/17
Determinations of Capacity to make Medical Decisions in the Gray Area - What's an Evaluator to Opine? 12/6/16
Decision Making in the Insanity Defense 11/7/17
Cyberbullying in Children & Adolescents: Clinical & Forensic Issues 4/3/18
Countertransference in the Criminal Defense Examination 3/20/18
Consultation Liaison Psychiatry as Crisis Intervention & Risk Management: From the Bedside to the Medical Record 10/31/17
Clinical Applications of Child Forensic Psychiatry 12/5/17
Catholic Priests & Child Sexual Abuse: Overview of Psychosocial, Clinical, Forensic, & Treatment Factors 10/10/17
Case Studies Sleep Disorders Law What happens when exception to the hearsay rule for experts is eliminated California v Sanchez 2/27/18
Case of an Actress Accused of Alleged Relationship Stalking & Feigning Domestic Violence, Post-Concussive & PTSD Injuries 11/14/17
Avoiding Therapeutic and Legal Misadventures and Pitfalls in Custody Work 1/19/16
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Internet Crime: Challenges for MentalHealth Professionals 1/31/17
Assessment of Risk for Recidivism in Sexual Offenders: From clinical to actuarial methods & need for integration across domains 10/4/16
Appraising & Reducing Offense Risk: Implications for Reentry & Problem - Solving Courts 4/26/16
"Look what I did!": Social Media and Self-incrimination 4/12/16
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