| ***You must have access to Forensic Psychology (Vol 11) to complete this CE program.***
- This program awards 36 CE credits including 3 documented Ethics and 2 documented Domestic Violence credits
- We no longer stock the book, Forensic Psychology (Vol 11 in the Handbook of Psychology series) on which this program is based. Order at http://tinyurl.com/bqt9v67
A 36-credit, 300 question book-based CE program based on the book: Forensic Psychology (Vol 11 in the Handbook of Psychology series) by Alan Goldstein.
This volume contains contributions from 47 of the nation's top forensic experts. Participants will enhance their knowledge of the nature, practice, and application of forensic psychology. The content of this program is most appropriate for forensic psychologists and other mental health professionals with extensive forensic experience.
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Topics for Study: The
nature of the forensic psychology field / Approaches to forensic
assessment of psychopathy and malingering and deception / Assessment for
high-risk occupations / Voir dire and jury selection / Civil issues
such as child custody; childhood trauma; emotional distress in personal
injury cases; employment discrimination and harassment; and Americans
with Disabilities Act cases / Criminal evaluation in areas such as child
sexual abuse, delinquency, competence to confess, competence to stand
trial, and criminal responsibility / Assessment in special populations
such as sexual predators, battered women, violent offenders, and those
with pathologies of attachment, and criminality.