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Preparing for Board Certification in Forensic Psychology with Richart L. DeMier, Ph.D., ABPP

After examining benefits of board certification, the application and examination process is reviewed in detail. Common pitfalls encountered by applicants are explored, and strategies for avoiding such errors are presented and discussed. The importance of mental health case law is explained, and approaches to More

3 hours 7 minutes
  • $75.00
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Advanced Topics in Forensic Practice: DSM-5: Developments for Forensic Applications with Christina A. Pietz, Ph.D., ABPP

Christina A. Pietz, Ph.D., ABPP This workshop provides an overview of the changes made in the latest version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), with special attention to how these changes impact psychologists’ work in forensic matters. More

5 hours 43 minutes
  • $150.00
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Ethics in Forensic Psychology with Bob Stinson, Psy.D., J.D., LICDC-CS, ABPP

This webinar begins with an overview of the distinctions between laws, rules, and ethics codes. With that in mind, decision making models are presented that can be used in one's own practice when confronted with an ethical-legal dilemma. Followed by that, ten specific ethics standards and guidelines are addressed More

3 hours 47 minutes
  • $75.00
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Child Murder by Parents with Phillip J. Resnick, M.D.

Andrea Yates and Susan Smith have increased public awareness about parents killing their children. Among depressed mothers with children younger than three years of age, 41% report thoughts of killing their children. The motives for killing newborns (neonaticide) will be distinguished from the killing of children older than More

3 hours 44 minutes
  • $75.00
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Introduction to Child Custody and Parenting Evaluations with Philip Stahl, Ph.D., ABPP

Child custody and parenting evaluations are challenging as a result of many different factors. These evaluations push psychologists to the limits of their skills. One of the most difficult aspects of the work is the complex nature of the task. Child custody evaluators are asked to engage with the family and make predictions about the future “best interests More

6 hours 7 minutes
  • $150.00
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Advanced Issues in Child Custody and Parenting Evaluations with Philip Stahl, Ph.D., ABPP

This advanced, 6-hour workshop focuses on four common areas for evaluation and assessment in matters of child custody: high conflict families without dynamics of domestic violence, child alienation, domestic violence, and relocation. This workshop utilizes a combination of didactic teaching about the latest research in these areas, case exploration to discuss options regarding outcomes, and a suggested style of evaluating these cases and providing helpful information to the court. More

6 hours 23 minutes
  • $150.00
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Issues in Child Custody and Parenting Evaluations Bundle with Philip Stahl, Ph.D., ABPP

Special pricing when you purchase both Child Custody and Parenting Evaluation courses together! Child custody and parenting evaluations are challenging as a result of many different factors. These evaluations push psychologists to the limits of their skills. More


  • $280.00
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Rorschach Assessment in Forensic Practice with Irving B. Weiner, PhD, ABPP

This lecture addresses the nature of the Rorschach Inkblot Method as a relatively unstructured performance-based personality assessment measure that can facilitate decision-making in forensic cases by providing information that might not otherwise become available and by being relatively resistant to impression management. More

1 hour 45 minutes
  • $50.00
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