About the Course

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.

Aug 16 - Sep 13, 2021

211CHF003
Est. Tuition:
$200-250
Learning Format:
Online
Duration:
5 weeks
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Estimated Tuition

$200 Early Bird Discount
$250 after Aug 07, 2021

Location

Online

Instructor

  • <p>Jay Ortiz, M.S.</p>

Schedule

Aug. 16 - Sep. 13

Textbook

Mandatory:
Title: The Psychology of Criminal and Antisocial Behavior: Victim and Offender Perspectives
Author: Wayne Petherick and Grant Sinnamon
ISBN: 9780128092873

Additional information

This course closed to new students. Approved for California Board of Registered Nurses CE hours.