California School of Professional Psychology Handbook of Juvenile Forensic Psychology
Neil G. Ribner
Wiley, Feb 17, 2003 - Psychology - 704 pages
The Handbook of Juvenile Forensic Psychology is a comprehensive handbook for mental health professionals working with juveniles in the criminal justice system and in family and dependency courts. Written by a panel of experts in the field, the book focuses on the proactive prevention, accurate evaluation, and progressive treatment for delinquent juveniles and for juveniles caught in the web of a contentious divorce or in the foster care system.
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