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forensic mental health across the spectrum of the criminal justice system (2013)

Board of Directors Elections:

President-Elect: Munir Sewani, PhD (Re-election)
Vice President:
Erin Alexander, Esq.
Treasurer:
Kevin Rice, LCSW

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FMHAC Christine M. West Award Winners:

Carabello Award Swafford Award

Kenneth Carabello, MSW, and Millie Swafford, LCSW

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COMIO Best Practices Award Winner:

ROC Award ROC Award

Restoration of Competency (ROC) Program
San Bernardino, CA

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Presentations

OPENING SESSION
The Science of Psychopaths: Assessment, Recidivism, Neuroscience & Treatment (CME, POST)
Kent Kiehl, PhD
-email for handout-

KEYNOTE
The Mystery Clue in Searching for Jack-the Ripper
Richard Walter, Vidocq Society
Handout

BREAKOUT SESSIONS 8:30 - 10:00 AM
Preparing for the Century of Aging: What you Should Know about the Epidemiology and Health of Older Adults in the Criminal Justice System (CME, MCLE)
Brie Williams, MD, MS (Replacement: Cyrus Ahalt)
-email for handout-

How Was It for You? A Discussion of a Year's Experience with AB 109 and Mentally Ill Prisoner Reentry (CME, MCLE, POST)
Presented by the California Council on Mentally Ill Offenders and FMHAC's Public Policy Committee
Moderators:
Honorable Judge Steven Manley
David Meyer, Esq
Panelists:
Chief Mack Jenkins, San Diego County Probation Department
Mary Marx, LCSW, LA County
Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, San Francisco Sheriff's Department
Darby Kernan, Policy Consultant to Senator Darrell Steinberg
Brenda Grealish, Office of Research, CDCR
Anne Robin, MFT, Behavioral Heath, Butte County
Kimberly D. Bushard, Board of State and Community Corrections
Jenkins Handout
Robin Handout
Bushard Handout
Marx Handout

Penile Plethysmograph (CME)
Wesley Maram, PhD
-email for handout-

Re-conceptualizing Therapeutic Communities in Secure Forensic Setting (CME)
Raymond Scott, PhD
Handout

Evaluating Juveniles' Competence to Stand Trial: Methods, Emerging Standards, and Controversies (CME, MCLE)
Kimberly Larson, JD, PhD
Handout

BREAKOUT SESSIONS 10:30 - 12 NOON
Update on the Misuse of Psychiatric Medications in Correctional Settings (CME, POST)
Anthony Cozzolino, MD
Douglas DelPaggio, PharmD, MPA
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How Was It for You? A Discussion of a Year's Experience with AB 109 and Mentally Ill Prisoner Reentry (CME, MCLE, POST)
Presented by the California Council on Mentally Ill Offenders and FMHAC's Public Policy Committee
Moderators:
Honorable Judge Steven Manley
David Meyer, Esq
Panelists:
Chief Mack Jenkins, San Diego County Probation Department
Mary Marx, LCSW, LA County
Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, San Francisco Sheriff's Department
Darby Kernan, Policy Consultant to Senator Darrell Steinberg
Brenda Grealish, Office of Research, CDCR
Anne Robin, MFT, Behavioral Heath, Butte County
Kimberly D. Bushard, Board of State and Community Corrections
Jenkins Handout
Robin Handout
Bushard Handout

Mass Murder in America
Eric Woodard, MD
-email for handout-

Sexual Recidivism and Use of the Containment Model in California (MCLE)
Janet Neeley, Esq
Jack Wallace, LCSW
Alyson Lunetta, MS
-email for handout-

Evaluating Juveniles' Competence to Stand Trial: Methods, Emerging Standards, and Controversies (CME, MCLE)
Kimberly Larson, JD, PhD
Handout

BREAKOUT SESSIONS 1:30 - 3:00 PM
Jail-Based Competency-Restoration: Findings from Liberty Healthcare's 2-year Restoration of Competency (ROC) Pilot Program (CME, MCLE, POST)
Kevin Rice, LCSW
Lisa Hazelwood, PhD
Terry Fillman RN, MBA, CCHP
Handout

A Lawyer's Perspective On Mental
Retardation/Intellectual Disability
Assessments In Capital And Non-Capital Cases
(MCLE)
John Philipsborn, Esq
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Adolescent Sex Offenders: An Overview (CME, MCLE, POST)
James Rokop, PhD
Handout

Evolution of a Forensic System: From Safety to Sacramento
Katharine Warburton, DO
Kathy Gaither
Barbara McDermott, PhD
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Juvenile Mental Health Court - One County's Experience (MCLE)
Honorable Allan Hardcastle
Larry Younger, Sonoma County Probation Department
Ariel Spindell, MS, LMFT, Sunny Hills Services
Robert Ochs, LCSW, Sonoma County Probation Department
Michael Kennedy, LCSW, Sonoma County Department of Health Services
Handout

BREAKOUT SESSIONS 3:30 - 5:00 pm
Beyond Delinquency: Specialized Housing and Services for Youth in Detention (MCLE, POST)
Mary Romero, LCSW
Miguel Porter
Erica Reynoso, PhD, LCSW
Handout

Understanding And Applying The Legal Gateway Standards For The Admission Of Mental Health Expertise In State And Federal Criminal Cases (CME, MCLE, POST)
John Philipsborn, Esq
-email for handout-

Applying the Risk, Needs, & Responsivity Principles to Sex Offender Treatment (CME)
Gerry Blasingame, PsyD
-email for handout-

Neuropsychological Deficits Associated with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury of Veterans Recently Discharged from OEF/OIF (CME, POST)
K. Drorit Gaines, PhD
Handout

Conduct Disorder: What is this Anyway? (CME, MCLE)
Jeffrey Rowe, MD
Handout

FRIDAY SESSIONS

8:30 AM- 3:00 PM
Pedophilia and Brain Research: From the Basics to the State-of-the-Art (CME, POST)
James M. Cantor, PhD, CPsych
Handout

8:30-10:00 AM
Forensic Geropsychiatry: Legal and Treatment Issues (CME, MCLE, POST)
David Naimark, MD
Handout

10:30 AM-12 Noon
Assessment and Management of Aggression (CME, POST)
William Newman, MD
Handout

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

California and the AB109 Legislation: Realignment Concerns and Evaluating Offender Re-Offense with the STRONG
Debra A. Bekerian, PhD, CPsychol, MBACP; Jennifer L. Harrison, MA; Tara Hawkins, MA; Christa M. Johnson, MA; Amy Mouanoutoua, MA

Prisoners of Aging: The Psychological Impact of Incarceration on Older Adult African American Inmates from a Lifespan Developmental Perspective
Frederick Hives II, MA

Forensic Psychological Profiling in Juvenile Fire Setters: Patterns of Parental Endorsement from Preliminary Data Analysis
Ronn Johnson, PhD, ABPP; Nancy Beehn, MA; and Patricia Jones MA, Michelle Kellogg, MA

Crime and Punishment: Gender in Teacher Sex Offense Cases
Emily Mackelprang, MA; Judith Becker, PhD

Measuring Evidenced Based Practices in Probation: Does Timing of Sanctions Impact Probation Termination Status
Terrence J. Naus, MA

Identifying and Reducing High Risk Problem Behaviors Within the Elementary School Setting
Clare Nicholson, MA

The Attributional Style of Women
Nneka O.S. Nnadozie, MA; Marisa Glivings, EdM; Twylla Abrahamson, PhD

The Impact of Diagnostic Severity on Medication Compliance with Mentally ill Detainees
Katherine E. Price, BS; Stephanie N. Williams, MA; Robert L. Russell, PhD

Psychological Changes in JSO Youth in Response to a Prosocial Treatment
Norbert Ralph, PhD, MPH

San Francisco's Approach to Juvenile Competency Assessment and Management
Norbert Ralph, PhD, MPH

Methods and Objectives for Mentoring Female Clinical Forensic Psychology Students into Leadership Roles
Amy L. Tillery, PhD; Jana L. Price-Sharps, EdD

Shamanism in a Forensic Setting
Kao Vang, MSW; Kang Pha    

 

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The 38th Annual FMHAC Conference
March 13-15, 2013
Hyatt Regency, Monterey, CA
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Annual Corporate Members
Lilly USA
Sunovion
Janssen Pharmaceutica
PAR, Inc.

FMHAC Annual Sustaining Members
Gil Abdalian, MFT
Erin Alexander, Esq
Kenneth Carabello, LCSW
Carson Chambers, PhD
Harry Goldberg, PhD
Mark Grabau, PhD
Robert Hart, MD
Laurie Hughes, PhD
Cynthia Lermond, PsyD
Joseph Lockhart, PhD
David Meyer, Esq
Linda Miles, PhD
Kelly Ross, LCSW
Neil Ross, MA
John Schipper, PhD
Munir Sewani, PhD, MFT
Douglas Taylor Smith, LCSW

Continuing Education

Board of Behavioral Science Examiners / Board of Registered Nursing
FMHAC is an approved provider through the BBSE (PCE 480) and the BRN (CEP 5965).
15 CEUs available in 2013:
3 CEUs Wednesday Opening Session
1.5 CEU Keynote
up to 6 CEUs for the 2nd day
up to 4.5 CEUs for Wrap-up Sessions

California Psychological Association (CPA)
FMHAC is an approved provider through the CPA (FOR005):
15 CEUs available in 2013:
3 CEUs Wednesday Opening Session
1.5 CEU Keynote
up to 6 CEUs for the 2nd day
up to 4.5 CEUs for Wrap-up Sessions

Continuing Medical Education (CMEs)
Category 1 CMEs ARE APPROVED FOR 13.25 UNITS!
See courses marked CME.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Institute for Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) through the joint sponsorship of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and Forensic Mental Health Association of California. The Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is accredited by the Institute for Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Santa Clara Valley Medical Center designates this Live Activity for a maximum 13.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This credit may also be applied to the CMA Certification in Continuing Medical Education.

California State Bar (MCLE)
20.75 hours approved with provider #15388: see sessions marked MCLE.

Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)
Select sessions approved, Course #2540-28000-1200: see sessions marked POST.

Board of Corrections (STC)
For Standards and Training for Corrections (STC) participants who need STC training credit for this event, please either arrange a work related special request before the event or apply for Special Certification after the event. Both of these go through your STC training manager/coordinator.  

The process for a Special Certification:
Inform your training manager that you will be attending this conference and you will be asking for a Special Certification.
Upon returning from the conference, inform your training manager how many hours you attended and ask them to submit a Special Certification for those hours.

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