Forensic Reports and Testimony: A Guide to Effective Communication for Psychologists and Psychiatrists

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Forensic Reports & Testimony: A Guide to Effective Communication for Psychologists and Psychiatrists provides a roadmap for the mental health professional who wants to provide consistently accurate, defensible, and useful reports and testimony to the legal system. Authors Randy K. Otto, Richart L.
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ISBN-13: 9781118136720
ISBN-10: 1118136721
Pagini: 400
Dimensiuni: 166 x 235 x 32 mm
Greutate: 0.66 kg
Editura: Wiley
Locul publicării: Hoboken, United States

Public țintă

1.  Forensic mental health professionals: Psychologists and forensic psychiatrists––both those in practice and those planning to go into practice––in the US, Scandinavia, Continental Europe, Latin America, and English–speaking countries around the globe.

2.  Graduate instructors and students in forensic psychology programs. There are over 50 graduate programs in forensic psychology in the U.S. alone.  These sixteen have particularly large forensic enrollments:
University of Alabama (clinical Ph.D. with a psychology–law concentration).
University of Arizona (Ph.D. and/or J.D).
Alliant International University (both Ph.D. and Psy.D. in Forensic Psychology).
Arizona State University (Law and Psychology J.D./Ph.D. Program).
Carlos Albizu University in Miami (Psy.D in Clinical Psych concentration in Forensic Psychology)
University of Florida (Counseling Ph.D. with psychology–law concentration or J.D.)
Fordham University (Clinical PhD with concentration in Forensic Psychology)
Illinois School of Professional Psychology (Clinical Psy.D. concentration in Forensic Psychology)
John Jay College of Criminal Justice–CUNY (M.A. or Ph.D.).
University of Nebraska (joint J.D. and Ph.D. or joint J.D. and M.A. in Psychology).
Nova Southeastern University (Psy.D. with a concentration in Clinical Forensic Psychology).
Pacific Graduate School of Psychology (joint Ph.D./J.D.).
Sam Houston State University (Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in forensics).
Simon Fraser University (Ph.D. in Clinical–Forensic Psychology).
West Virginia University (Ph.D. in Clinical with emphasis in forensics)
Widener University (J.D./Psy.D. joint degree)