Southern Arizona Psychology Association Continuing Education Program


The Southern Arizona Psychology Association is offering this one-day continuing education program ($50 for non-members). As with all of these programs, you will be responsible for following their instructions for registration and documentation of completion.

Forensic Psychology for All Skill Sets:

From Novice to Expert 


Full-Day CE Event (5 ½ CEs

SEPTEMBER 11, 2020 9:00AM – 4:00PM [MST

A triad of common problems in forensic evaluations and testimony: Reliability, documentation, and reasoning.  SPEAKER: Stephen Golding, Ph.D., ABPP (Forensic) 

Foundations of bias in forensic judgement. SPEAKER: Tess Neal, Ph.D. 

Using psychology to prevent police misconduct. SPEAKER: Joel Dvoskin, Ph.D., ABPP (Forensic) 

Mental Health Disparities within Black America. SPEAKER: Eddie Taylor, Ph.D.

Evaluating Juveniles Who Engage in Illegal Sexual Behavior: Bridging the Gap. SPEAKER: Andrew Perkins, Ph.D.

Please note that you are not required to attend all 5 talks to participate in this event.   The price of this event is the same, regardless of how many presentations you attend.  You will receive CE credit(s) for only those presentations you attend.

Published by Ohio Forensic Evaluation Center Directors Association

We offer Ohio's Courts of Common Pleas and the other criminal justice and mental health related services in our regions evidence-based, expertly crafted mental health opinions, and promote the ideals of objectivity and excellence in all forensic evaluation opinions proffered. We strive to promote this standard through the work of our centers and to our colleagues and consultants outside of our centers through training and supervision. Further, we never fail to consider the community's safety, as well as the individual's need for the most clinically appropriate interventions, as we are crafting these opinions and conducting our training. Additionally, we serve our colleagues in the state hospitals, the prison system and the state and county Mental Health and Addiction Services Boards, Developmental Disability Boards, Probation Departments and Municipal Courts to find effective solutions to many of our risk of violence and community mental health safety issues. We are proud to serve the courts of Ohio, and appreciate the ongoing recognition we receive for our work.

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