Translating Research into Practice

Race and Ethnicity in Forensic Mental Health Reports: Biasing or Informative?

The reporting of the evaluee’s race or ethnicity (ERE) in forensic mental

Cultural Competence: More than a Catch Phrase

Forensic mental health professionals are increasingly tasked with evaluating defendants who are

The Dark Triad of Sex: Psychopathy, Deviant Sexual Interests, and Gender

The present study examined associations between psychopathic traits and deviant sexual interests

A Subpopulation Within a Subpopulation: Working with Women in Forensic Settings

Women’s pathways into and experiences in forensic settings differ from men’s, as

A Case of Misdiagnosis? Gang Members’ Mental and Emotional Health Needs

A meta-analysis of available literature on gang members’ mental health and emotions

“That Was a Challenging Interview!” A Guide for Interviewing Individuals Given a Diagnosis of a Personality Disorder in Forensic Settings

Histories of complex trauma and insecure attachment are widespread among individuals given

A Cautionary Tale: Issues to Consider when Interviewing Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Forensic Contexts

Many features associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), such as emotional regulation

Current Treatment Modalities May Not Fully Address the Heterogeneity of Psychopathology in Dual Diagnosis Forensic Inpatient Populations

This study sought to clarify the psychiatric and criminological characteristics among Belgian

Ward Climate? Research Shows: Still No Operationalized Definition

Ward climate is often used to refer to the material, social, and

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy within the Risk Need Responsivity Framework Reduces Recidivism

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) exemplifies all the components of Cognitive-Behavioral programs that

ADHD Symptoms and Antisocial Traits Associated with Higher No-Show Rates

Sixty male patients with ADHD who received treatment in a Dutch forensic

Research Shows: No Consensus on Optimal Long-Term Treatment for Forensic Patients

This rapid review summarizes available research on the definition, prevalence, characteristics, and

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