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Forensic InService

Forensic InService discusses the application of psychiatric, psychological, and social work evidence-based practice to matters of assessment and treatment, law, corrections, crime, and delinquency. We examine such concerns as the insanity defense, the high incarceration rate of individuals with mental illness, encounters with law enforcement, and the community management of sex offenders, as well as such macro concerns as the availability of treatment services, public perceptions of people with mental illness, and concerns related to social justice.

info_outline Sometimes a Submarine Is Just a Submarine 05/20/2020
info_outline Caring For Coworkers During the Pandemic 04/23/2020
info_outline Reentry 02/28/2020
info_outline The Leopold & Loeb Murder Trial 01/29/2020
info_outline Mental Health Practice in the Courtroom 12/31/2019
info_outline What's Up With Sex Offender Treatment? 11/02/2019
info_outline The Relationship Between Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, Crime & Violence 10/03/2019
info_outline Safety Plans 09/11/2019
info_outline Offense Cycles 08/12/2019
info_outline Relapse Prevention with an Offender Population 07/25/2019
info_outline The Insanity Defense 06/20/2019
info_outline Interview with John Snook of the Treatment Advocacy Center 05/21/2019
info_outline What Brought Us To Podcasting? 04/19/2019
info_outline Competence & Restoration 03/11/2019
info_outline Children with Incarcerated Parents 01/10/2019
info_outline Part II: Supervising & Treating Persons Who Have Sexually Harmed 12/05/2018
info_outline Part 1: Supervising Persons Who Have Sexually Harmed 11/18/2018
info_outline Treatment Sucess 11/02/2018
info_outline The Use of Actuarial Instruments 10/17/2018
info_outline Mental Illness & Violence 10/04/2018
info_outline Sexual Psychopath Laws 09/11/2018
info_outline A General Discussion on Risk 08/10/2018
info_outline Psychopathy 07/10/2018
info_outline Interview with Stephen Price. MD by Stephen Koonz, MA, LMSW 06/07/2018