Forensic Newsletter

VIEW PAST EDITIONS OF THE LEPAGE ASSOCIATES FORENSIC NEWSLETTER

View the Forensic Newsletter from March 2018

  • Using a Forensic Psychologist in the Juvenile Justice System

View the Forensic Newsletter from January 2018

  • Reunification Therapy Popularity in Court Orders: A Deep Dive into RT

View the Forensic Newsletter from November 2017

  • Predicting a Killer: The MacDonald Triad (Myth)

View the Forensic Newsletter from September 2017

  • Successful Anger Management Therapy

View the Forensic Newsletter from July 2017

  • Cooperative Parenting and Divorce: Managing Your Anger

View the Forensic Newsletter from May 2017

  • Should You Have Your Client Re-Tested, or Have a Previous Evaluation Reviewed?

View the Forensic Newsletter from March 2017

  • Cooperative Parenting and Divorce: Better For the Children

View the Forensic Newsletter from January 2017

  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Children

View the Forensic Newsletter from November 2016

  • Cooperative Parenting and Divorce: Avoiding a Loyalty Bind

View the Forensic Newsletter from September 2016

  • Is Court-Ordered Therapy Effective?

View the Forensic Newsletter from May 2016

  • Coaching Clients to Effectively Use a Parenting Coordinator

View the Forensic Newsletter from March 2016

  • Providing Clients Guidance on How to Best Approach Psychological Testing

View the Forensic Newsletter from January 2016

  • Competency to Stand Trial: Effort v. Malingering

View the Forensic Newsletter from November 2015

  • CRAZY OR CRISIS?: Evaluating Mental Health Functioning and Parenting Abilities in the Midst of Court Crisis and Litigation Trauma

View the Forensic Newsletter from September 2015

  • Post-Traumatic Growth

View the Forensic Newsletter from July 2015

  • Psychological Forensic Evaluations

View the Forensic Newsletter from May 2015

  • DUI Assessments

View the Forensic Newsletter from January 2015

  • Benefits and Concerns of Using a Parent Coordinator (PC) in High-Conflict Divorce

View the Forensic Newsletter from November 2014

  • Supporting Clients Through Immigration Experiences

View the Forensic Newsletter from September 2014

  • Descriptions of Tests Commonly Used in Psychological Evaluations, Risk Assessments and/or Custody Evaluations

View the Forensic Newsletter from July 2014

  • Interviewing Children: Tips for Attorneys

View the Forensic Newsletter from May 2014

  • Mental Health Parity and Access

View the Forensic Newsletter from March 2014

  • Court-Ordered Mental Health Services Covered By Insurance

View the Forensic Newsletter from November 2013

  • New and Innovative or Just New Packaging? The Role of Mental Health Professionals in Divorce

View the Forensic Newsletter from September 2013

  • The DSM has been revised – what should you know about?

View the Forensic Newsletter from July 2013

  • Parental Alienation Syndrome and the DSM-5

View the Forensic Newsletter from May 2013

  • Free Support Group for Living With a Challenging Partner
  • Personal Testimonial on the Challenges of Living With a Highly Difficult Partner

View the Forensic Newsletter from January 2013

  • Board Certification for Psychologists in North Carolina

View the Forensic Newsletter from November 2012

  • Mental Health Leading Cause of Disability
  • When You Know Therapy Would Help Your Client

View the Forensic Newsletter from September 2012

  • Considerations in Assessing Sexual Capacity in Individuals With Mental Disabilities

View the Forensic Newsletter from July 2012

  • Should You Have Your Client Re-Tested, or Have a Previous Evaluation Reviewed? Exploring the Benefits of Re-Evaluation and Review

View the Forensic Newsletter from May 2012: The Opposing Party MUST Be Mentally Ill

  • Disorders the Public Commonly Perceives in the Opposing Party: Bipolar, Borderline, and AD/HD Have Made it into the Public Dialect (but does the general public really know how to detect them?)

View the Forensic Newsletter from January 2012

  • Neuroscience Advances the Understanding of Infant Attachment:
    • Implications for Family Law

View the Forensic Newsletter from November 2011

  • A Preview of the DSM-V Anticipated Changes in Trauma Diagnoses:
    • Complex Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Rejected
    • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Preschool Children Added

View the Forensic Newsletter from September 2011

  • Impulse Control Disorders and Pathological Lying

View the Forensic Newsletter from May 2011

  • Common Questions Asked By Children About Divorce
  • Our Expertise in Custody Evaluations

View the Forensic Newsletter from March 2011

  • Custody Evaluations: A Team Approach

View the Forensic Newsletter from January 2011

  • Helping Your Clients Navigate Adoption

View the Forensic Newsletter from November 2010

  • Helping Children Adjust to Divorce

View the Mental Health Matters Newsletter from September 2010

  • The Stigma of Mental Illness in American Culture

View the Forensic Newsletter from March 2010

  • Pedophilia and Pornography
  • A New Resource for Blended and Step-Families
  • Services for Medicaid and NC Health Choice Clients

View the Forensic Newsletter from January 2010

  • Effectively Referring Clients to Therapy

View the Forensic Newsletter from November 2009

  • Psychological Evaluations and Divorce

View the Forensic Newsletter from September 2009

  • Domestic Violence Risk Assessment

View the Forensic Newsletter from July 2009

  • Sexual Offender Risk Assessment

View the Forensic Newsletter from May 2009

  • Use of Psychological Testing In Child Custody Evaluations
  • CLE Information

View the Forensic Newsletter from March 2009

  • Risk Assessments for Teenagers and Adults
  • CLE Information

View the Newsletter from January 2009

  • The Group Dynamics and Individual Factors of Teen Violence
  • CLE Information

View the Newsletter from October 2008 (Special Forensic Edition)

  • What Is Forensic Psychology?
  • Psychological Forensic Evaluations
  • Psychologists and Divorce: Ways We Can Help
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

 

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