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2012 FMHAC Annual Conference
Coming of Age:
The Evolution of Forensic Mental Health


Our Sex Offender Track meets new California Sex Offender Management Board training and certification requirements!

Anna Salter, PhD
Judge David Danielsen
Richard Ofshe, PhD
Elizabeth Loftus, PhD
Judith Becker, PhD
Pamela Harmell, PhD
Craig Lareau, JD, PhD, ABPP
John Philipsborn, Esq
Robert Prentky, PhD

Conservatorships and Forensic Populations, Veterans Courts, Effective Expert Testimony, False Confessions, Illusion of Memory, Competency to Stand Trial, Ventura County Mental Health Court, Comparing and Contrasting Civil Commitments

License Required Law & Ethics, License Required Clinical Supervision, Practical Strategies for Individualizing Sex Offender Therapy, Assessment & Treatment of Offenders with Co-Occurring Disorders, Psychopathy in Women

Fulfills the new Sex Offender Training requirements
Clinical Interviewing, Child Pornography Sex Offender Risk Assessment, Controversial Paraphilias, Coalinga State Hospital SVP Program, Female Sex Offenders, Integrated Model of Sex Offender Treatment

"Actuarial" Risk Assessment, Excited Delirium, Unusual Forensic Cases, Use and Misuse of Psychiatric Medications for Non-Prescribing Providers, Clinical Problems in the Forensic Setting

And More!

More information

Current Conference

The 37th Annual FMHAC Conference
March 21-23, 2012
Embassy Suites, Seaside, CA

Schedule Change
Dr. Philipsborn will now present in the A(1) slot from 8:00 - 10:00 am and Dr. Loftus will present in the D(1) slot from 3:30 - 5:30 pm.

Embassy Suites
1441 Canyon Del Rey, Seaside, CA 93955
reservations: 831-393-1115 or online

Five minutes from downtown Monterey and two blocks from the beach, the Embassy Suites offers all suite rooms, complimentary full breakfast, happy hour each evening, a child care center, and fitness facilities.
Make your room reservations at the Embassy Suites online or by calling 831-393-1115. Mention FMHAC for a special conference rate of $143 per night.

Mention Forensic Mental Health at other hotels in the area for special rates:
Holiday Inn, $109, 831-394-5335
Best Western, $139, 831-394-3321

Other Nearby Hotels:
Marina Motel 6
Monterey Bay Area Visitors Bureau

Poster Session
Send your application and resume to the Director of Conference, Jane Lovelle, MPH, LCSW, by February 15th. You must be available the evening of March 21st to introduce your poster. We accept applications by mail or email. More information on Posters

Send in your application by February 15th. You must be a full-time student to apply. More information on Scholarships

Submit your nomination for the Rossiter and West Awards!
The Rossiter Award honors an individual who has made an exceptional global contribution to the field of forensic mental health over a period of time. The West Award recognizes a person, collaboration, department, or agency for significant individual contributions in areas such as forensic mental health education, clinical treatment, research or program development.
More information on Awards

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FMHAC Business Meeting

Join us at the business meeting this conference!

Business Meeting Agenda
Thursday, March 22
5:30 pm
Embassy Suites, Seaside, CA

1. Review and Approval of Minutes from 2011 Business Meeting
2. Reports from the Board of Directors
3. Board of Directors Election
Open Board Positions:
- Director of Education
- Director of Conference
- Secretary
4. General Comments

The annual business meeting is held by the board of directors and executive director to inform the FMHAC membership about the state of the association and current goals as well as a forum for the membership to voice comments, concerns and ideas about the direction of the association.  The association becomes stronger and more effective when its membership becomes more involved!

Both members and non-members are welcome and encouraged to attend and contribute; however, only current members are allowed to vote on issues or in elections.


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