By William T. O'Donohue, Matthew Fanetti, Rachel Fondren-Happel, Kresta N. Daly
A advisor to operating successfully with youngsters within the felony justice process Uniquely designed to coach psychology, criminology, and social paintings scholars to paintings with young children within the legal justice system--both within the court and as scientific clients--Forensic baby Psychology offers present examine and practice-based wisdom to enhance the judicial and baby welfare systems.
Authors Matthew Fanetti, William T. O'Donohue, Rachel N. Happel, and Kresta N. Daly convey their mixed services in baby psychology, forensic interviewing, and felony prosecution to endure at the strategy of acquiring actual details from young children fascinated with criminal complaints, getting ready execs to paintings with:
• young ones who're sufferers of crime
• little ones who're perpetrators of crime
• young children who're witnesses of crime
The ebook additionally covers similar issues, together with mandated reporting, the constitution of teenybopper justice and advocacy structures, and includes sidebars, summaries, glossaries, and examine inquiries to help with fabric mastery.
This is a wonderful source for college students of kid psychopathology in psychology, social paintings, nursing, and legal justice on the graduate and overdue undergraduate level in their educations.
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