The California School of Professional Psychology Handbook of Juvenile Forensic Psychology

Synopsis

The Handbook of Juvenile Forensic Psychology Contains Information AboutStatistics and Trends in Juvenile Justice and Forensic Psychology, Juveniles in Gangs, Police and Juveniles, Problematic Confessions in Children and Adolescents, Juveniles Tried as Adults, Social Development in Children and Adolescents, Conduct Disorder or Disordered Conduct?, The Use and Misuse of PTSD Diagnosis in Juvenile Forensic Settings, Psychosis in Juvenile Offenders, Neuropsychiatric Vulnerabilities in Serious Juvenile Offenders, Children Who Kill, The Classroom Avenger, Multicultural Issues in the Assessment and Treatment of Juveniles, Evaluating Juvenile Competency to Waive Miranda Rights, Assessing Psychopathy in Juveniles, Violence Risk Assessment of Youth, Juvenile Sex Offenders, Treatment in Institutions, The Role of the Psychiatrist with Incarcerated Youth, Confining and Curing the Juvenile Offender, Role of the School Psychologist in Juvenile Forensics, Preparing Children for Court, Reciprocal Connectedness and the Limitations of Attachment Theory in the Family and Juvenile Dependency Courts, Roles Psychologists Play in Child Custody Disputes, Evaluating Juveniles in Custody Disputes, Christine Lawson, The Juvenile Dependency Process, The Juvenile Court and Dependency Process, Juvenile Court and Dependency, The Psychologist as Consultant in the Child Welfare System, Keeping High-Risk Youth From Becoming Incarcerated Adults

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • C. Draven Godwin
  • Jeffrey L. Helms
  • Saul Levine
  • George Montoya
  • Bruce A. Arrigo
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • San Francisco
Publication year:
  • 2002