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Forensic InService

Stephen Koonz & Stephen Price

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Forensic InService discusses the application of psychiatric, psychological, and social work evidence-based practice to matters of assessment and treatment, law, corrections, crime, and delinquency. We examine such concerns as the insanity defense, the high incarceration rate of individuals with mental illness, encounters with law enforcement, and the community management of sex offenders, as well as such macro concerns as the availability of treatment services, public perceptions of people w ...
 
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In this episode we review a number of topics, all either made relevant by or infused with concern over the pandemic. These topics include: Telemental Health and Masked Attorneys Institutional Care and Infection Control Déjà vu and Isn’t It Time for Community Corrections? Seizing Opportunity in Crisis Check out all of our episodes at Forensic InServ…
 
In this episode we discuss the infamous murder trial of Loepold & Loeb, who in 1924 kidnapped and murdered 14-year-old Bobby Franks in Chicago. The crime would come to be regarded, at least until the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, as the murder of the century. We take a look at their behavior and the psychiatric testimony. Check out all of our epi…
 
In this episode we discuss mental health practice in the courtroom, including the court and legal processes, our roles as educators, and our obligations to our clients. Check out all of our episodes at Forensic InService Our other episodes can also be found on most major platforms, including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Google Play Music, Spotify…
 
In this episode we review a recent article from the BBC, by Danny Shaw, which reported that a recent study of the sex offender programs in England and Wales showed that completers recidivated at a higher rate than noncompleters. We delve into a discussion on the efficacy of sex offender treatment in general terms, as well as some programmatic diffi…
 
SUMMARY In this episode we discuss the interplay between mental illness & substance abuse and how this interplay affects negative outcomes. Dr. Prices provides a comparison between serious mental illness and personality disorders, and together we review general risk factors, policy issues, and provide and overview of substance abuse. MATURE THEME R…
 
TODAY’S TOPIC Relapse Prevention (RP), often interwoven with cognitive-behavioral techniques, is perhaps the most widely used treatment model in addictions. The model is also used with numerous other types of behaviors, including sex offending behavior. This episode provides an in-depth discussion on relapse prevention and its application to person…
 
Non compos mentis is a Latin phrase meaning not having command of one's mind. This episode is part 1 of a 2 part series dealing with the subject of insanity and the law. Part 1 specifically deals with the insanity defense and provides an overview of its history and structure and then concludes with a brief outline of the process insanity acquittals…
 
TODAY’S TOPIC The Treatment Advocacy Center is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating barriers to the timely and effective treatment of severe mental illness. The organization promotes laws, policies and practices for the delivery of psychiatric care and supports the development of innovative treatments for and research into the…
 
In this mini episode we discuss what brought us to podcasting and why podcasting is a good medium for professionals to use to build communities, develop a professional voice, disseminate information, and for branding. More and more professionals are utilizing social media, such as Twitter, blogs, Facebook, etc. Podcasts are an excellent alternative…
 
In this episode, Steve Price interviews Robert Linville, Attorney at Law. Mr. Linville has been a practicing attorney in New York State for many years. He is a graduate of Columbia Law School and has worked as a private attorney, a public defender, and for several state and international agencies. He is a committed and staunch advocate for his clie…
 
Dr. Judy Krysik is an associate professor at and director of the Arizona State University Center for Child Well Being. Her bio can be found at: https://socialwork.asu.edu/content/judy-krysik and the center's webpage can be located at: https://childwellbeing.asu.edu/CIP Over 2 million children in the U.S. experience parental incarceration, and paren…
 
BONUS MINI EPISODE. If you enjoy our podcast please consider subscribing. You can also visit us at https://forensicinservice.com. Feel free to leave a comment or a suggestion for an episode or guest. You can contact me directly at stephenjk@forensicinservice.com. Thanks for listening! This is part two of a two part mini in service discussing superv…
 
BONUS MINI EPISODE. This is part one of a two part mini in service discussing supervision strategies with persons who have sexually harmed and the fit of these strategies with social work practice and values. This episode provides a brief overview of: Strategic crime prevention strategies The Containment Approach Circles Legislation This episode ex…
 
Is this episode we discuss positive treatment outcomes in terms of how they are defined and measured and share stories of our own experiences. The Forensic InService podcast by Stephen Koonz & Stephen Price is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. The music for our show was written & pe…
 
Starting this month we will be also offering periodic bonus mini in services. Today's mini in service is on actuarial instruments. Today I discuss actuarial instruments: What they are How they are used What they predict And provide 8 tips to ensure their proper use An actuarial instrument is a statistical method of estimating the risk of a specific…
 
In this in service Dr. Stephen Price and I discuss the relationship between mental illness and violence and delve into our experiences with this population. According to the Department of Justice violent crime has been decreasing since the early 1990s. Although there is a statistical relationship between mental illness and violence, only 4% of all …
 
Episode 4 examines the Sexual Psychopath laws. First enacted in the late 1930s, Sexual psychopath laws were essentially diversion-like, civil confinement strategies developed to deal with sex offenders. The taboo nature of sex crimes, and the depravity often associated with them, led many to perceive that the individuals who committed these acts su…
 
This episodes provides a general discussion on risk and threat, risk assessment, and the ways risk and threat are managed in various types of settings and facilities. We distinguish the differences between risk and threat for the expressed purpose of providing clarity in this discussion as well as clarity between the concepts involved. We recognize…
 
In In service #1 Dr. Stephen Price is interviewed by Steve Koonz, M.A., M.S.W. Dr. Price is currently the owner and chief clinician at Threat Assessment & Risk Management Center, L.L.C. in upstate New York, as well as co-host of the Forensic InService podcast. Dr. Price is a board-certified psychiatrist who has many years’ experience in veteran psy…
 
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