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Forensic InService

Stephen Koonz & Stephen Price

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Forensic InService
Forensic InService

Forensic InService

Stephen Koonz & Stephen Price

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About Us

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 with mental illness, and concerns related to social justice.

Latest Episodes

What's Up With Sex Offender Treatment?

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 difficulties programs encounter. *MATURE THEME*

38 MINNOV 2
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What's Up With Sex Offender Treatment?

The Relationship Between Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, Crime & Violence

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

51 MINOCT 3
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The Relationship Between Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, Crime & Violence

Safety Plans

Safety or relapse prevention plans are used in a number of areas of forensic mental health treatment, such as with persons with histories of substance abuse or sexual offending. This episode explores numerous applications of offense cycles and a discussion on working with resistive recipients. Each of these can be accessed on a variety of platforms or at forensicinservice.com

33 MINSEP 12
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Safety Plans

Offense Cycles: The Lapse Map

In this episode: offense cycles and node-link mapping. For this episode we also have a corresponding blog post, titled The Lapse Map.Contained within that blog post is a free download of a general lapse map we created during our work with sex offenders and recently updated. Forensic InService podcast is produced by Steve Koonz & Steve Price and licensed under a Creative Commons license.

25 MINAUG 12
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Offense Cycles: The Lapse Map

Relapse Prevention with an Offender Population

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 persons with histories of violent and criminal behavior.

41 MINJUL 26
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Relapse Prevention with an Offender Population

The Insanity Defense

Non compos mentis is a Latin phrase meaning not having command of one's mind. This episode looks at the subject of insanity and the law. Specifically, we examine the insanity defense, providing an overview of its history and structure and concluding with an outline of the process insanity acquittals go through post-trial. You can find all our episodes at: https://forensicinservice.com

23 MINJUN 21
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The Insanity Defense

Interview with John Snook of the Treatment Advocacy Center

This episodes features John Snook of the Treatment Advocacy Center and discusses assisted outpatient treatment, ways to improve access to mental health care, and the need to decrease negative outcomes during encounters with law enforcement.

58 MINMAY 21
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Interview with John Snook of the Treatment Advocacy Center

What Brought Us To Podcasting?

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. We also provide information on upcoming episodes.

11 MINAPR 20
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What Brought Us To Podcasting?

Competency & Restoration: A Conversation with Robert Linville, Esq.

Mr. Robert Linville, Attorney at Law, is interviewed on the topics of competency & restoration, and mounting a defense for defendants with significant mental health issues.

44 MINMAR 12
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Competency & Restoration: A Conversation with Robert Linville, Esq.

Judy Krysik Interview on Children with Incarcerated Parents

Dr. Krysik joins us this episode to talk about this important issue, the center, and her up-coming conference. The Children of Incarcerated Parents National Conference seeks to bring together professionals across a multitude of child well-being disciplines to share information and research across our silos to discuss solutions in reducing the stigma of parental incarceration.

30 MINJAN 11
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Judy Krysik Interview on Children with Incarcerated Parents

Latest Episodes

What's Up With Sex Offender Treatment?

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 difficulties programs encounter. *MATURE THEME*

38 MINNOV 2
Comments
What's Up With Sex Offender Treatment?

The Relationship Between Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, Crime & Violence

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

51 MINOCT 3
Comments
The Relationship Between Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, Crime & Violence

Safety Plans

Safety or relapse prevention plans are used in a number of areas of forensic mental health treatment, such as with persons with histories of substance abuse or sexual offending. This episode explores numerous applications of offense cycles and a discussion on working with resistive recipients. Each of these can be accessed on a variety of platforms or at forensicinservice.com

33 MINSEP 12
Comments
Safety Plans

Offense Cycles: The Lapse Map

In this episode: offense cycles and node-link mapping. For this episode we also have a corresponding blog post, titled The Lapse Map.Contained within that blog post is a free download of a general lapse map we created during our work with sex offenders and recently updated. Forensic InService podcast is produced by Steve Koonz & Steve Price and licensed under a Creative Commons license.

25 MINAUG 12
Comments
Offense Cycles: The Lapse Map

Relapse Prevention with an Offender Population

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 persons with histories of violent and criminal behavior.

41 MINJUL 26
Comments
Relapse Prevention with an Offender Population

The Insanity Defense

Non compos mentis is a Latin phrase meaning not having command of one's mind. This episode looks at the subject of insanity and the law. Specifically, we examine the insanity defense, providing an overview of its history and structure and concluding with an outline of the process insanity acquittals go through post-trial. You can find all our episodes at: https://forensicinservice.com

23 MINJUN 21
Comments
The Insanity Defense

Interview with John Snook of the Treatment Advocacy Center

This episodes features John Snook of the Treatment Advocacy Center and discusses assisted outpatient treatment, ways to improve access to mental health care, and the need to decrease negative outcomes during encounters with law enforcement.

58 MINMAY 21
Comments
Interview with John Snook of the Treatment Advocacy Center

What Brought Us To Podcasting?

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. We also provide information on upcoming episodes.

11 MINAPR 20
Comments
What Brought Us To Podcasting?

Competency & Restoration: A Conversation with Robert Linville, Esq.

Mr. Robert Linville, Attorney at Law, is interviewed on the topics of competency & restoration, and mounting a defense for defendants with significant mental health issues.

44 MINMAR 12
Comments
Competency & Restoration: A Conversation with Robert Linville, Esq.

Judy Krysik Interview on Children with Incarcerated Parents

Dr. Krysik joins us this episode to talk about this important issue, the center, and her up-coming conference. The Children of Incarcerated Parents National Conference seeks to bring together professionals across a multitude of child well-being disciplines to share information and research across our silos to discuss solutions in reducing the stigma of parental incarceration.

30 MINJAN 11
Comments
Judy Krysik Interview on Children with Incarcerated Parents
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