Episodes

  • Interview with John Snook of the Treatment Advocacy Center

    TODAY’S TOPIC The Treatment Advocacy Center is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating barriers to the timely and effective treatment of severe mental illness. The organization promotes laws, policies and practices for the delivery of psychiatric care and supports the development of innovative treatments for and research into the causes of severe and persistent psychiatric illnesses, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Mr. Snook is the executive director of the Treatment Advocacy Center. He […]

  • 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. More and more professionals are utilizing social media, such as Twitter, blogs, Facebook, etc. Podcasts are an excellent alternative or supplement to existing online activities. Toward the goal of encouraging others we talk briefly about our trials and tribulations as we […]

  • Competence & Restoration

    In this episode, Steve Price interviews Robert Linville, Attorney at Law. Mr. Linville has been a practicing attorney in New York State for many years. He is a graduate of Columbia Law School and has worked as a private attorney, a public defender, and for several state and international agencies. He is a committed and staunch advocate for his clients. Overview of criminal procedural law regarding competency and restoration: Following a finding of incapacitation, misdemeanor […]

  • Children with Incarcerated Parents

    Dr. Judy Krysik is an associate professor at and director of the Arizona State University Center for Child Well Being. Her bio can be found at: https://socialwork.asu.edu/content/judy-krysik and the center’s webpage can be located at: https://childwellbeing.asu.edu/CIP     Over 2 million children in the U.S. experience parental incarceration, and parental incarceration is considered an adverse childhood event (ACE) and is linked to being at-risk for a number of issues including mental health issues and poor […]

  • Part II: Supervising & Treating Persons Who Have Sexually Harmed

    BONUS MINI EPISODE.   If you enjoy our podcast please consider subscribing. You can also visit us at https://forensicinservice.com. Feel free to leave a comment or a suggestion for an episode or guest. You can contact me directly at stephenjk@forensicinservice.com. Thanks for listening!   This is part two of a two part mini in service discussing supervision and treatment strategies with persons who have sexually harmed and the fit of these strategies with social work […]

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