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Forensic Approaches to Mental Health and Domestic Violence

Forensic Approaches to Mental Health and Domestic Violence

Course Number: BMSC X465.52

1 units

Explore the roles of forensic science in mental health and how associated risk factors for domestic violence impact health care, law enforcement, and judicial systems. Basic tenets of mental health assessment and intervention with victims and perpetrators are examined. Also discussed are victimology theory, social and cultural values, and research findings that serve as a basis for establishing appropriate preventive and interventional programs within communities.

Available Sections

Starting Aug 7

181CHF003

Starting Aug 7
181CHF003

Course Fees

$325 Early Bird Discount ends on Aug 1
$375 after Aug 1

Instructor

Patricia Drown [ bio ]

close [x] Patricia Drown holds a Ph.D. in Human Services and a Master's in Counseling Psychology. As a university instructor in the social sciences, as well as for UCR Extension, she has trained therapists, social workers and nurses. She is the Dean of Criminal Justice for an online university serving the military and author of a text on forensic psychology. A frequent community speaker, she is often called upon to educate groups in the areas of crisis intervention and family dynamics. Drown also maintains a life, career, and successful coaching practice, For Your Well Being, located in San Clemente.

Schedule:

Begins:
Aug 7 - Aug 28, 2018

Location:

Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

special refund policy b

Textbook:

No Textbook Required.

Prerequisites

Applicable Certificates

Available Sections

Riverside

Section No.: 181CHF003

Dates: Aug 7 - Aug 28, 2018

Instructor: Patricia Drown

Textbook: No Textbook Required

Location: Online Course

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