Introduction to Forensic Assessment and Malingering Evaluation

Price: $120.00
Dempsey Introduction to Forensic Assessment and Malingering Evaluation

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Participants are encouraged to submit case samples (with confidentiality protections) for group analysis

Rachyll Dempsey, Psy.D. is a psychologist, professor, and also works for the CA Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) in the role of Assessment Services Coordinator. She also maintains a private practice with a focus on forensic,
neuropsychological, cognitive and personality testing.

Dr. Dempsey has also performed functional analysis and assessments for Social Security applicants, with a specialty in malingering evaluations.
Workshop Benefits

1) Develop an in-demand specialization for administering, scoring and interpreting Malingering Measures.

2) Gain basic knowledge which may prompt interest to seek out a new career specialization.

3) This course will cover the legal and court expectations of psychologist working in a criminal justice arena.

4) This course offers optimal design for learning which includes updates on research and other foundational material, a course Facilitator, and learning activities to use independently in practice

5) Informal case consultation from Instructor and peers in an integrated social media and e-learning environment

Workshop Description

Forensic Assessment and Malingering Evaluation is designed to introduce clinicians to many areas of forensic psychology.  Areas that will be discussed include violence risk, sex offender risk, mentally disordered offenders, not guilty be reason of insanity pleas, and personal injury assessment. 

These are all areas of specialization and this course is NOT designed
to substitute for adequate supervision and training in these areas, but rather to introduce the clinician interested in expanding their practice to potential areas of practice.

An emphasis will be placed on malingering assessment as it related to many areas of evaluation and forensic report writing.
Date, Time and Tuition

Saturday, May 19, 2012 ~ 9am - 5pm, 7 CE Hrs

Alliant International University
One Beach Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

Tuition: $120.00
Who Should Attend?

Marriage and Family Therapists