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The Essentials For Forensic Family Psychotherapy: A Brief Guide To Therapeutic Evidence of the Willingness to Parental Change
This guide provides an overview of the impact of child abuse on the prevalence of crime and violence in the United States. The author also describes the role of the forensic family psychotherapist as... More > an expert witness in child abuse cases, as well as, a conceptualization of parental risk typologies relative to criminality and/or psychopathy. The guide also proposes the Investigative Narrative Analysis (INA) as an eclectic cognitive-behavioral approach to the legal evidence of rehabilitating at-risk parents. The guide provides figures and tables to describe the constructs of INA. Optional continuing education (2 units) for Texas' social workers and licensed professional counselors are provided by contacting the author at www.ccabehavioralhealth.com. You may also call at 214-946-3676 for more information.< Less
Interpersonal Dynamics Consultation Manual
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The Interpersonal Dynamics Consultation Manual is designed for use by clinicians.
This manual is a milestone in the provision of inpatient care for forensic psychiatric patients because the... More > Interpersonal Dynamics (ID) approach establishes, for the first time in forensic work, the subjective experience of staff as a diagnostic tool. ID will be invaluable when applied by multidisciplinary teams in forensic psychiatric settings. It will help them to make sense of stalemate situations and incidents with patients, providing them with a new understanding as well as the possibility of different responses.
After five years of thoroughly structuring their experience gained in clinical consultations with forensic psychiatric staff teams the authors present a tool which hopefully will find widespread distribution and application.< Less