Stanford University Psychiatry in Forensics on November 12th in Palo Alto, I am presenting on my involvement as a forensic psychologist in cases where I am called to evaluate and render expert opinion. In successfully working collaborative cases with psychiatry, I’ve learned the importance of multiple expertise in evaluating behavioral health from a medical perspective.Continue reading Next: Stanford U Grand Rounds Presentation in November
Barry Anton (left and below center), APA President spoke of the ‘painful’ yet ‘necessary’ changes within APA in response to the recent outside consultant evaluation of the APA relationships with Washington DC. Fortunately, the blemish doesn’t overshadow the terrific work APA continues to do in setting up scholarship and training for doctoral students in accreditedContinue reading APA 2015 Toronto: New Perspectives
This is a local news story that only brings sadness and pain to the reader, until one reads the part of the victim’s mother who doesn’t blame the accused, and suggests her daughter death is not ‘in vain’; rather, a loss that will promote awareness of teenage mental health issues. Now, regardless of what you may think of the accused’sContinue reading Expert Territory
The child’s voice is an important consideration in the separating and divorcing families; however, what does that mean in pragmatics? The right to an appropriate and individualized education is both pragmatic and fundamental to the intellectual, social, and developmental growth of a child. In fact, the schooling of the child is likely a volatile subjectContinue reading XXXIV IALMH Vienna: A Talk that would make Freud Proud!
Of course, the ECP committee had to choose the hottest week in Milan for this international psychology conference. 30 centigrade with 90% humidity is like, well, sitting inside a car going through a car wash with the airconditioning turned off and the heat turned on ‘high’. Over 10,000 students and professionals attended this year, andContinue reading Hot time in ECP Milan —July 8, 2015