Fit to wear the badge? Assessing police candidate suitability with the MMPI-2-RF and CPI during preemployment screenings
The combined use the MMPI-2-RF and the CPI are effective tools for
Is Violence Risk Assessment the same across gender? A Meta-analysis of the HCR-20 V3 in female forensic populations
The HCR-20 V3, supplemented by the FAM, is an appropriate tool to
Who is more likely to experience seclusion? Research seeks to uncover factors predicting in-patient seclusion in forensic psychiatric units
Factors predicting forensic in-patient seclusion are unclear, however some key demographic and
Evidence for strengths based approaches? Assessing protective factors in violent offenders
Assessment of protective factors provides an under-utilized but highly effective are of
Promise for Remote Assessment of Self-Injury: Reliability and Validity of the SITBI-R in both Interview and Online Format
Interview and Online assessment of self-injurious thoughts and behaviors show equal validity
How may colonialism factor into Indigenous youth risk for violence? Validation with the SAVRY in an Indigenous youth sample
The SAVRY provides an adequate assessment of violence in Indigenous male and
Evidence-based group therapy for specific offenses: Are we doing them, and doing them well?
Specific offenses often have distinct criminogenic and therapeutic needs. Group treatments tailored
The person behind the badge? Depersonalization and its harms in police culture
Traditional police culture has promoted emotional detachment and depersonalization, particularly in officer-public
Psychopathy – Can we treat it? The effects of Compassion-Focused Therapy on detained youth
Psychopathic traits are often thought to be extremely treatment-resistant. However, Compassion-Focused Therapy
Mindfulness in Prisons – Does it work?
Mindfulness-based therapies have grown in popularity over recent years. Evidence shows that
Presenting an Online Workshop – Tips for Engaging your Audience: Part 5 – Breakout Rooms
Gratitude for The Weekend Good Morning. It is a beautiful, sunny morning
Presenting an Online Workshop – Tips for Engaging your Audience: Part 4 – Polls, Surveys & Quizzes
Presenting a workshop to an online audience is not without its challenges.
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