In a study of 89 patients in a forensic medium-security unit, psychopathic/antisocial personality traits were found to have a larger impact on countertransference in nurses
Although there are no guarantees that measures developed in research studies will generalize to applied settings, this study found that two sexual recidivismrisk tools (Static-99R
Self-stigma and the correlates of self-stigma were explored in a sample of imprisoned individuals in Mexico. Depression, mania, and anger were significantly related to self-esteem
Attending to the absence, rather than the presence of “shut down” behaviors, such as social isolation and self-alienation, in psychiatric inpatients is important in the
The United States is an ever-growing landscape of multicultural individuals. Learning to incorporate a diverse practice in your psychotherapy career expands the care you are
An analyses of criminal responsibility evaluations by forensic evaluators in Missouri reveals that the outcomes of evaluations were consistent with similar research and over time.
Face-to-face and tele-forensic (on screen) interviews elicit similar amounts of accurate and inaccurate information from child witnesses. This is the bottom line of a recently
Opening up your own private counseling practice is a great step to take in any mental health professional’s career. Though the steps involved may be