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					    XXXIst International Congress on Law and Mental Health

                        New York University Law School

                                     David N. Weisstub
                                            Chair
                                    Université de Montréal

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                        International Scientific Committee



                                      David N. Weisstub
                                            Chair
                        Université de Montréal / Institut Philippe Pinel




Aurea Alcalde                                                                         Karel Oei
Henrik Anckarsater                                                             George Palermo
Wendy Austin                                                                     Michael Perlin
Harold Bursztajn                                                                 Maurice Preter
Julio Arboleda-Florez                                                       Enrique Sepulveda
John Douard                                                      Jagannathan Srinivasaraghavan
Thomas Gutheil                                                                    Jose Taborda
Leonard Kaplan                                                                 Thomas Wenzel
Norbert Konrad                                                                    Bruce Winick
Danielle Laudy                                                                  George Woods
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                            MONDAY, JUNE 29TH, 2009

                                     9:00 A.M.

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND MENTAL HEALTH LAW

           Early Intervention and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: From Data to Dilemmas
           Ian Freckelton, University of Sydney

           Neuroscience and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Collision or Synthesis
           Warren Brookbanks, University of Auckland

           Promoting Well-Being without Sacrificing Other Important Values
           Robert Schopp, University of Nebraska

           Comparative Analysis of Two Structures for Restoration for Competency to be
           Tried
           Charles Lipiccolo, Forensic Psychiatrist, Fort Lauderdale, USA


Room   B   ACCOUNTABILITY AND NARRATIVE ETHICS
           Accountability and Narratives
           Alexander Carson, North East Wales Institute of Higher Education

           Mea Culpa! – ―You Say Accountability I Say Culpability!‖
           Richard Mottershead, North East Wales Institute of Higher Education

           Towards a Logic of Empowerment – Methods of Accountability
           Marjorie Lloyd, North East Wales Institute of Higher Education

           Ethical Considerations of New Legislation in England and Wales: Mental Health
           Act, Mental Capacity Act, Human Rights Act
           Peter Lepping, University of Wales


Room   C   "PRIMUM NON NOCERE" - FIRST DO NO HARM: MITIGATING OR
           ELIMINATING THE INHERENT HARM IN FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH
           PRACTICE

           Isaac Ray's Medical Jurisprudence and the Birth of American Forensic Psychiatry
           Kenneth J. Weiss, University of Pennsylvania
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           Philosophical Aspects of Harm in Forensic Psychiatry
           Claire Pouncey, Temple University

           Primum Non Nocere: First Do No Harm
           Robert L. Sadoff, University of Pennsylvania

           Protecting the Incapable as Ends in Medicine
           Austen Garwood-Gowers, Nottingham Trent University


Room   D   MENTAL HEALTH EVALUATIONS FOR JUVENILE COURT: ASSESSMENT
           OF DISORDERS, ADVICE AND SENTENCING
           Psychiatric Disorders among Juvenile Delinquents in Relation to Criminal
           Responsibility and Sentencing by Juvenile Court
           Maaike ten Berge, Erasmus University Rotterdam

           Quality of Mental Health Evaluations, Advice and Sentencing By Juvenile Court
           Nils Duits, Netherlands Institute of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology,
           Amsterdam, The Netherlands

           Violence Risk Assessment in Mental Health Evaluations of Youth
           Steven van der Hoorn, Netherlands Institute for Forensic Psychiatry and
           Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

           Moral Development and Moral Reasoning among Juvenile Delinquents
           Iris Berends, Erasmus University Rotterdam

           Clinical Effectiveness of Neurofeedback with Juvenile Delinquents Suffering
           from ADHD-problems & Comorbid Disorders: Preliminary Results
           Chijs. van Nieuwenhuizen, Youth Forensic Psychiatric Hospital ‘De Catamaran’,
           Eindhoven, The Netherlands


Room   E   RECONCEPTUALIZING THE LEGAL AND MENTAL HEALTH RESPONSE TO
           DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
           Redefining Harm, Reimagining Remedies and Reclaiming Domestic Violence
           Law
           Margaret E. Johnson, University of Baltimore

           New strategies for Empowering Battered Women: A Survivor-Centered Approach
           to the Advocacy, Mental Health and Justice Systems
           Lisa Goodman, Boston College and Deborah Epstein, Georgetown University
                                                                                         4


           De-Essentializing Domestic Violence Law: Principles for Reforming the Legal
           System‘s Responses to Domestic Violence
           Leigh Goodmark, University of Baltimore

           Through the Lens of Therapeutic Jurisprudence: The Relationship between
           Empowerment in the Court System and Wellbeing for Intimate Partner Violence
           Victims
           Lauren Bennett Cattaneo, George Mason University

           Implicit Thinking in Intimate Partner Offenders
           Elizabeth Gilchrist, Glasgow Caledonian University


Room   F   COMMUNITY TREATMENT ORDERS CTOS: THE TORONTO EXPERIENCE
           The Impact on family members when a relative is on a Community Treatment
           Order
           Alison Hunt, The Canadian Mental Health Association

           Community Treatment Orders (CTOs)among ethno-racial communities in
           Toronto: Theoretical, ethical and empirical perspectives
           Magnus Mfoafo-M’Carthy, University of Toronto

           Community Treatment Orders (CTOs) and the Recovery Model:Can The Two
           Approaches Collaborate Effectively for Supportive Psychiatric Treatment?
           Susan Sabnani, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto, Canada

           Staff Perceptions of Community Treatment Orders (CTOs): The Toronto
           Experience
           Kaajal Balkaran, The Centre For Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto, Canada


Room   G   IMPACTS ON CHILDREN‘S MENTAL HEALTH
           Evaluating Cultural Competence in Child Custody Proceedings
           Cynthia R. Mabry, Howard University School of Law

           Parents' Perceptions of Parenting with a Mental Illness
           Elaine Mordoch, University of Manitoba

           A Comprehensive Response for Children Exposed to Domestic Violence
           Cheryl E. Amana-Burris, North Carolina Central University

           Psychological Impact on children of the Death of Parent by the Police
           John L. Burris, University School of Law
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           Neighborhoods, exposure to violence, mental health and crime
           David Freedman, Federal Public Defender, Arkansas, USA


Room   I   THE LAW'S RESPONSE TO DEMENTIA, DELIRIUM AND DEPRESSION
           Legal Capacity and Delirium and Depression
           Lawrence A. Frolik, University of Pittsburgh

           Liability Issues in Determining Decisional Capacity in Older Persons with
           Dementia, Depression, or Delirium
           Marshall Kapp, Southern Illinois University

           Professional Responsibility for Lawyers Dealing with Clients with Diminished
           Capacity
           Mary F. Radford, Georgia State University

           Legal Capacity and The Right to Vote
           Nina Kohn, Syracuse University


Room   K   IMAGERY IN THE COURTROOM: NEW WAYS OF SEEING EVIDENCE
           Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Court: Technologies of Control and
           Predictions of Dangerousness
           John Douard, Rutgers University

           Criminal Predators and What to Do About Them: Popular Imperatives from
           Screen-Based Reality
           Richard K. Sherwin, New York Law School

           ―A World of Made is Not a World of Born‖: Neuroscience, Visual Rhetoric, and
           the Monstrousness of Child Sexual Offenders
           Pamela D. Schultz, Alfred University

           Outward and Visible Signs and the Desire for Predictability
           Christina Spiesel, Yale Law School

           The Many Meanings of Brain Images
           Neal Feigenson, Quinnipiac University School of Law


Room   L   L'APPROPRIATION DES ORIENTATIONS MINISTERIELLES SUR
           L'UTILISATION DES MESURES DE CONTROLE: CONTENTION ET
           ISOLEMENT, UN PROCESSUS STRUCTURE DE CHANGEMENT
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           Démarche d'implantation et de suivi des orientations ministérielles sur l'utilisation
           des mesures de contrôle: Contention et isolement à l'Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine
           Geneivève Ménard, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           L'information et la formation du personnel clinique et des médecins
           Denise Grégoire, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           Formulaire électronique d‘application de l‘isolement et contentions
           Nicole Daigle, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           Projet pilote visant à décrire des interventions infirmières lors de l‘utilisation de
           mesures de contention et d‘isolement en contexte psychiatrique
           Caroline Larue, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           L'évaluation de la perception de la clientèle
           Louis Rocheleau, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada


Room   M   DESAROLLO Y RESILIENCIA

           Probeza y resiliencia
           Shirley Llerena, Sociedad Peruana de Resiliencia, Lima, Peru

           Síntoma y delito en la familia
           Julia Rosa Piaggio, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos

           Jóvenes infractorese de ley, resiliencia y educación
           Eugenio Saavedra, Universidad Católica del Maule

           Brigadas Psicológicas
           Doris Argumedo, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú


                                       11:00 A.M.

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE, MENTAL HEALTH AND
           INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

           Mental Health Courts, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and International Human Rights
           Law
           Michael Perlin, New York Law School

           International Human Rights Law, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Mental Health
           Courts
           Ginger Lerner-Wren, Misdemeanor Mental Health Court, Broward County, USA
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           Mental Health Courts and Intellectual Disability: What‘s Missing?
           Astrid Birgden, Deakon University

           The Accidental Infusion of Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Charter Rights into
           Mental Health Courts
           Richard Schneider, Ontario Court of Justice, Toronto, Canada

           Preventing Recidivism through Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Humane
           Treatment of Offenders
           Heather Ellis Cucolo, New York Law School


Room   B   RECENT FINDINGS ON PSYCHOPATHY AND ON ASSESSMENT, SELF-
           REGULATION MODEL, AND POLICY FOR SEX OFFENDERS
           The Psychophysiology of Empathy: Implications for Psychopaths and Sex
           Offenders
           Laura G. Kirsch, University of Arizona

           Psychometric Properties of the J-SOAP-II
           Amanda M. Fanniff, University of Arizona

           Self-Regulation and Sex Offending Behaviors in a Psychiatric Population
           Jill D. Stinson, Fulton State Hospital, USA

           Sex Offender Management Policy in the United States: To What Extent is it
           Evidence-Based?
           Kurt M. Bumby, Center for Effective Public Policy, Silver Spring, USA


Room   C   NEW CONCEPTS & ISSUES IN PUBLIC HEALTH LAW & REGULATION
           Rethinking Global Health Challenges: Towards a ―Global Compact‖ for Reducing
           the Burden of Chronic Disease
           Roger Magnusson, University of Sydney

           Legal Responses in Real-time During Public Health Emergencies
           James G. Hodge Jr., Johns Hopkins, USA

           Pandemic Disease and the Language of War: The Appropriation of Threats to
           Health to Serve a Security Agenda
           Robyn Martin, University of Hertfordshire

           Speak Consolingly To the Distressed Souls
           Olivette Burton, Albany Medical College
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Room   D   COGNITION, MEANING MAKING, AND LEGAL ARGUMENTATION
           Linguistic Representation of the ―Mental Competence‖ Concept in Advance
           Directives
           Anaberl Borja Albi, University Jaume I

           Subconscious Physical Metaphors in Modern Legal Concepts
           Carl S. Bjerre, University of Oregon

           The Impact of Cognitive Processes and Heuristics on Legal and Policy Decisions:
           The Law & Psychology Approach
           Catherine Regis, University of Sherbrooke

           Interpreting Legal Metaphors: New Cognitive Models for Meaning Making and
           Tools of Analysis
           Lucia Morra, University of Torino

           Aspects of Individual and Social Knowledge in Developing Legal Concepts
           Jan Engberg, University of Aarhus

           Narratives of European Legal Translation
           Anne Lise Kjær, University of Copenhagen


Room   E   PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY INTERVENTIONS
           INVOLVING FORENSIC AND MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONERS
           Creating Common Ethical Highground in Multidisciplinary Family Violence
           Interventions
           Ann Marie Dewhurst, Athabasca University

           Multidisciplinary Teams: Walking the Tight-Rope of Collaboration
           Glenda Malina, Wellspring Counselling, Edmonton, Canada

           When the Respect for the Dignity of Persons Conflicts with Law Enforcement
           Rita L. Balanko, Capital Health Authority, Edmonton, Canada

           Interdisciplinary Social Work and Police Teams: Ethical Dilemmas in Service
           Provision with Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
           Janet Neilson, Psychiatrist in Private Practice, Edmonton, Canada

           Flying with a Safety Net
           Karen Nielsen, Athabasca University
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Room   F   FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH CARE RESTRUCTURED: PROGRAMMING
           AND NEW PROMISING MODULES

           The Realization of Forensic Mental Health Care Programs: A Systematic
           Approach
           Charles van der Weide, Forensic Mental Hospital, Assen, The Netherlands

           Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (for-ACT) as a Key Element in
           Resocializing Mentally Disordered Offenders
           J. van Marle, Forensic Mental Hospital, Assen, The Netherlands

           EMDR in Forensic Psychiatry: The Offender Detraumatized
           Karin Chateau, Forensic Mental Hospital, Assen, The Netherlands

           Sleep Medicine: A Useful Module in Forensic Mental Health Care Programs?
           Marike Lancel, Forensic Mental Hospital, Assen, The Netherlands


Room   G   EMPIRICALLY SUPPORTED PRACTICES IN A FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH
           SETTING
           An Investigation of Manualized Treatment for Sexual Offenders in an Inpatient
           Forensic Hospital
           Jill D. Stinson, Fulton State Hospital, USA

           Treating People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in an
           Intermediate and Maximum Security Forensic Mental Hospital
           Sharon B. Robbins, Fulton State Hospital, USA

           A Social Learning Approach to Psychiatric Rehabilitation in Forensic Facilities
           James C. Coleman, Fulton State Hospital, USA

           Predicting Trajectories of Seclusion/Restraint Use at a State Psychiatric Facility
           Niels C. Beck, University of Missouri

           Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Applications in Forensic Issues
           Ronda O. Reitz, Missouri Department of Mental Health


Room   L   HÉBERGEMENT RÉADAPTATIF ET INTÉGRATION SOCIALE DE LA
           CLIENTÈLE PSYCHIATRIE-JUSTICE I

           Services de réadaptation et d‘hébergement dans la communauté: intégration
           sociale et gestion des risques pour une clientèle psychiatrie-justice
           Jean Jacques Leclerc, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada
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           L‘apprentissage de la liberté dans la communauté : besoins, valeurs et approches
           novatrices en réadaptation psychosociale pour la clientèle psychiatrie justice
           Alexandre Herman, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           L'accès au réseau d‘hébergement psychiatrie justice du grand Montréal : les
           facteurs facilitateurs et les obstacles
           Sylvie Champagne, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           Le quotidien dans une ressource d‘hébergement pour une clientèle de psychiatrie
           justice : la perspective d‘un intervenant de la Maison l‘Intervalle et d‘usagers des
           services
           Yves Boileau, Maison l’intervalle, Montreal, Canada


Room   M   DERECHOS HUMANOS Y PSIQUIATRÍA FORENSE: DE LA ÉTICA A LA LEY
           Etica y psiquiatría forense
           Helena Bins, Porto Alegre, Brazil

           Coerción clínica no psiquiátrica: Análisis previo para una regulación legal en los
           hospitals públicos españoles
           Francisco Torres-González, University of Granada

           La percepción de jusitica en la reparación del daño en víctimas de violaciones a
           los derecgos humanos, ¿ Una herramienta terapéutica?
           Carmen Cerda Aguilar, Universidad de Chile

           Atención de personas con medidas de seguridad, hospital nacional psiquiátrico
           Costa Rica, un análisis con perspectiva de derechos humanos
           Lilliette Gutierrez Rojas, Hospital Nacional Psiquiátrico, Costa Rica

           Derechos humanos, delitos militares, y psiquiatría forense en Chile
           Enrique Sepúlveda, Universidad de Chile



                                        2:00 PM

Room   A   JUDGING IN A THERAPEUTIC KEY

           Should Problem-Solving Courts be Solution-Oriented Courts?
           Michael King, Perth Drug Court , Australia

           Applying Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence in the High Profile/High
           Conflict Custody Battle: A Case Study
           Jeri Beth Cohen, Dade County Circuit Court, Family Division, Miami, USA
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           Canada‘s New Problem-Solving Approach to Criminal Justice
           Thomas Gove, Judge, Vancouver, Canada

           Judicial Leadership and Mental Health Courts: The Key to Real Change
           Greg Baker, College of William and Mary

           Disclosing Stepfather Rape: Message from a Judge – S v M 2007 (2) SACR 60
           WLD
           Annette van de Merwe, University of Pretoria


Room   B   THE RISE OF THE PREVENTIVE STATE I
           The Rise of the Preventive State: Historical Foundations
           Paul A. Lombardo, Georgia State University

           Neurotransmitters and Aggression
           Allan Siegel, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey

           The Tangled Wing: Biological Constraints on Enlightenment Justice
           Jeff Victoroff, University of Southern California

           A Defense of the Preventive State
           Christopher Slobogin, Vanderbilt University

           When Is Prevention of Harm Harmful?
           Eric S. Janus, William Mitchell College of Law


Room   C   INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL OFFENDING: IMPLICATIONS
           FOR PRACTICE AND POLICY

           Understanding intimate partner violence in the context of the family
           Louise Dixon, University of Birmingham

           The Influence of Actuarial Risk and Denial on Sexual Recidivism
           Leigh Harkins, University of Birmingham

           Juvenile sexual offenders
           Moisés Próspero, University of Utah

           Practice and Policy Implication of Public Attitudes to Sex Offenders
           Sarah Brown, Coventry University
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           Male Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programs: Provision and Evaluation in the
           United Kingdom
           Erica Bowen, Coventry University


Room   D   LAW AND THE EMOTIONS
           Vengeance and Reconciliation: Two Historical Models of Law and the Emotions
           John Stannard, Queen’s University of Belfast

           Not Everything that Glitters is Gold: Refining Restorative Justice as a Vehicle for
           Therapeutic Jurisprudence
           Jonathan Doak, Nottingham Law School

           Emotional Reactions to Evidence: a Victim‘s Perspective
           Matthew Hall, University of Sheffield

           Emotion or Science? A History of Infanticide Legislation
           Karen Brennan, Queen’s University Belfast

           The Agony of the Moment and the Heat of the Game: Legal Liability for Foul
           Play in Sport
           Jack Anderson, Queen’s University Belfast


Room   E   IS THE US BLACK FAMILY UNDER SIEGE? A MULTI-FACETED REPORT
           FROM THE TRENCHES

           Intra-Country Trans-Racial Adoption in the United States: What Affect Upon the
           Black Family?
           Cynthia G. Hawkins-Leon, Stetson University

           Child Discipline in African American Families: Implications for Mental Health
           Practice and Law
           Carla Adkison-Bradley, Western Michigan University

           African American Fathers: A Contextualized Humanistic Perspective
           Phillip D. Johnson, Western Michigan University

           Impact of Class and Racial Bias on Incarceration V. Treatment of Mentally Ill
           Clients
           Miriam Johnson-Hoyte, Psychiatrist in Private Practice, Boston, USA

           The Role of Family Spirituality in Healing: A View of Pastoral Care in US
           Hospitals
           Kathleen Hawkins Berkowe, General Theological Seminary, New York, USA
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Room   F   NEUROIMAGING
           An Epistemological Approach to the Concept of Proof in Functional Brain
           Imaging
           Eric Stremler, Institut d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences et des
           Techniques, Paris, France

           Psychiatric Neuroimaging under International Law
           Sean Kevin Thompson, Cravath, Swaine & Moore, LLP, New York City, USA

           Are neuro-imaging techniques ready for prime time in court proceedings?
           Angela M. Hegarty, Columbia University

           Brain Imaging
           Herman Moreno, State University of New York


Room   K   STRATEGIC APPROACHES TO VIOLENCE WITHIN MENTAL HEALTH
           Preparing for Rare Events: Strategic Approaches to Crisis Situations
           Michael W. Jennings, Partnerships in Care, Warrington, UK

           The Psychopharmacology of Violence: Avoiding the Avoidable
           Mike Launer, Partnerships in care, North West region, Warrington, UK

           ‗In the Mood‘: Emotional Intelligence as a Framework for Violence Therapy with
           Mentally Disordered Offenders
           Emma Shillabeer, Partnerships in Care North West region, Warrington, UK

           ―Knock him down first and pity him afterwards‖ – Violence Formulation to
           Function
           Katie E. Bailey, Partnerships in Care North West region, Warrington, UK

           Personality Disorder and High Risk Behaviour: Findings and Issues from a DSPD
           Unit
           Kevin Howells, Nottingham University


Room   L   HEBERGEMENT READAPTATIF ET INTEGRATION SOCIALE DE LA
           CLIENTELE PSYCHIATRIE-JUSTICE II

           Profils cliniques et psychosociaux, selon les besoins résidentiels, des patients avec
           des troubles mentaux sévères et persistants : comparaison des patients en
           processus de réadaptation dans un hôpital de psychiatrie légale et un service de
           psychiatrie tertiaire
           Alexandre Dumais, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada
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           Support clinique et traitement en lien avec la réadaptation et l‘intégration sociale
           de la clientèle psychiatrie justice : un partenariat de l‘Institut Philippe-Pinel de
           Montréal et de l‘Hôpital psychiatrique Louis H. Lafontaine
           Pierre Gendron, Institut Philippe-Pinel, Montreal, Canada

           Accès aux services pour la clientèle psychiatrie justice : sécurité publique et santé
           mentale
           Sylvie Quenneville, Réseau correctionnel de Montréal, Canada


Room   M   CONDUCTAS VIOLENTAS Y EVALUACIONES DE RIESGO
           Investigación en evaluaciones de riesgo y psicopatía en Latinoamérica
           Jorge O. Folino, Universidad Nacional de La Plata

           Riesgo para cometer homicidio en jóvenes bogotanos: Estudio multimétodo
           Franklin Escobar-Córdoba, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

           Conducta autodestructiva e instituciones forenses
           Vivian Day, Forensic psychiatrist in private practice, Porto Alegre, Brazil

           Evaluación de riesgo de violencia en hospital psiquiátrico forense brasileño
           Lisieux E. de Borba Telles, Hospital Porto Alegre, Brazil

           Psiquiatría forense en Paraguay: Historia, desarrollo y actualidad
           José Vera Gómez, Ministerio Público de la República del Paraguay


                                        4:00 PM

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE TECHNIQUES FOR JUDGING

           Motivational Structures and Anticipated Emotion in Specialized Courts
           Richard L. Wiener, University of Nebraska/Lincoln

           How Communication Styles of Court Judges are Interpreted by Others: A
           Therapeutic Jurisprudence Analysis of Perceived Fairness, Authoritarianism,
           Complex Thinking and Ethnicity
           Carrie Petrucci, EMT Associates, Encino, USA

           The Use of Systematic Models to Promote Self Efficacy and Rehabilitation in the
           Drug Courts
           Ana Lopez, Interamerican University
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           Therapeutic Sensitivity and Conflict Management in the Israeli Court System
           Michael Alberstein, Fordham University


Room   B   THREAT ASSESSMENT AND THREAT MANAGEMENT
           Threat assessment
           Werner Tschan, Zurich University

           Stalking of health Care Professionals
           Gail Erlick Robinson, University of Toronto

           Multi Agency Threat Management: A Comparison of Three Countries
           Totti Karpela, Peace of Mind Training Inc. - Threat Management Company Ltd,
           Helsinki, Finland

           Threat Assessment Of Targeted Violence: An Overview And Practical
           Considerations
           Mario J. Scalora, University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Room   C   THE RISK NEED RESPONSIVITY MODEL AND THE GOOD LIVES MODEL:
           HOW SIMILAR ARE THEY?
           The Risk-Need Model
           Ida Dickie, Spalding University

           The Risk-Need Model and Good Lives Model
           Astrid Birgden, Compulsory Drug Treatment Correctional Centre, Sydney,
           Australia

           The Good Lives Model: Myths and Misconceptions
           Theresa A. Gannon, University of Kent


Room   D   REDUCING THE USE OF RESTRICTIVE MEASURES IN THE NETHERLANDS
           I
           Nurse Led Structured Crisis Monitoring Versus Clinical Judgment, Effects on
           Aggressive Incidents and Coercive Interventions in Acute Psychiatric Practice
           Roland van de Sande, BAVO Europoort, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

           The Influence of Staff Characteristics on Choices Nursing Teams Make When
           Applying Restrictive Measures in Psychiatric Settings
           Wim Janssen, GGNet, Warnsveld, The Netherlands
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           Randomized Controlled Trial of effect of chemical restraint versus seclusion on
           mental functioning and restriction to human rights
           Irina Georgieva, Erasmus University

           A Study into Determinants of Aggression Whether or Not Followed by Seclusion
           Fleur Vruwink, Mediant GGZ Twenthe, Enschede, The Netherlands

           Trends and Determinants in Using Restrictive Measures
           Eric Noorthoorn, GGNet, Weansveld, The Netherlands


Room   E   WHAT WORKS IN OFFENDER PROFILING? THE INVESTIGATION AND
           BEHAVIOURAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF SEXUAL AGGRESSION

           Interpreting Claims in Offender Profiles: The Role of Probability Phrases, Base-
           Rates and Perceived Dangerousness
           Louise Almond, University of Liverpool

           When Is Profiling Possible? Offense Planning And Aggression As Moderators In
           Predicting Offender Age From Victim Age In Stranger Rape
           Alasdair M. Goodwill, University of Birmingham

           Error, Inertia or Absence? An Analysis of Decisions in Rape Investigations
           Laurence Alison, University of Liverpool

           The Behavioural Dimensions Of Sexual Aggression: A Multi-Method Approach
           Darren Bishopp, Broadmoor Hospital, Crowthorne, UK



Room   F   NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN DUTCH MENTAL HEALTH LEGISLATION
           The Making Of….A Dutch Mental Health Act: How to Build a System with
           Continuity of (Involuntary) Care and Treatment?
           Remmers van Veldhuizen, Mental Health Services, North Holland, The
           Netherlands

           Report Regarding (Preparation of) Mental Health Care Legislation: 25 of Two
           and a Half Years?
           Charlotte Grezel, The Netherlands

           New Mental Health Legislation in the Netherlands: Scope and Limitations
           Johan Legemaate, Free University of Amsterdam

           The Divergent Relationship between Competency and Responsibility in the Dutch
           Forensic Mental Health System Explained and Compared
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           Michael J.F. van der Wolf, Erasmus University


Room   G   RESILIENCE AND DEVELOPMENT: ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR AND
           RESILIENCE
           Developing Resilience in Children with Learning and Behavioral Problems
           Emperatriz Torres, B.F. Skinner Educative Association, Lima, Peru

           Leadership of Women in Peruvian, Urban and Poverty Areas
           Matilde Ráez, Catholic University of Peru

           Stress and Extreme Poverty in Peruvian Women
           Victoria Arévalo, Catholic University of Peru

           Stress in University Population
           Cecilia Chau, Catholic University of Peru

           Strengthening and Differentiation of the One-Self in Focal Psychoanalytical
           Psychotherapy
           Gloria Luna, Catholic University of Peru



Room   K   TOWARDS A PHILOSOPHICAL AND CLINICAL INTEGRATION OF BIOLOGY,
           LAW, AND RELIGION I
           The Impact of Neuroscience on the Criminal Justice System
           Patricia White, Forensic Psychiatrist in Private Practice, Stockton, USA

           Parricides and Criminal Responsibility
           Marc Hillbrand, Connecticut Valley Hospital, Middletown, USA

           Can Freud Help Us Find Solomon for Our Patients?
           John L. Young, Yale University

           Maimonides‘ Conception of Philosophy/Prophecy and the Therapeutic Good
           James A. Diamond, University of Waterloo


Room   L   DEPENDANCES, SANTE MENTALE ET DELINQUANCE A L‘ADOLESCENCE :
           REGARD DESCRIPTIF SUR LES PROBLEMATIQUES

           Jeunes, consommation de substances psychoactives et pratique de jeux de hasard
           et d‘argent par Internet : des relations entrecroisées
                                                                                             18


           Natacha Brunelle, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

           La pratique des jeux de hasard et d‘argent chez les adolescents : le rôle de la
           détresse psychologique sur une conduite addictive
           Annie Gendron, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

           Les adversités rencontrées par la jeunesse Atikamekw : Regards qualitatifs
           d‘adolescents
           Chantal Plourde, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

           Prostitution juvénile : des trajectoires toutes en nuances
           Marie-Marthe Cousineau, Université de Montréal

           Rejoindre les mineurs en fugue dans la rue : une responsabilité commune en
           protection de l‘enfance
           Sylvie Hamel, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières


Room   M   GENOMA, CONDUCTA Y REGULACIONES ÉTICO LEGALES

           Trastorno del humor y comportamiento antisocial en mujeres: evaluación de
           trauma en la niñez, polimorfismo genético y niveles de BDNF
           Cintia Döhler, Psychiatrist in private practice, Sao Paolo, Brazil

           Aspectos regulatorios de la medicina genómica: Un análisis de la legislación de
           América Latina
           Mónica Bolis, Organización Panamericana de la Salud / Organización Mundial
           de la Salud, Washington, USA

           La cuestión del genoma humano y los derechos humanos en el Uruguay :
           Aspectos ético y médico-legales.
           Juan E. Blengio, Universidad de la República

           Genómica: Medicina predictiva y regulación ética
           Fernando Lolas, Universidad de Chile
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                            TUESDAY, JUNE 30TH, 2009

                                       9:00 AM

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND JUVENILE LAW

           Legal, Clinical and Therapeutic Jurisprudence Aspects of Regulation of Juvenile
           Residential Treatment Facilities, Therapeutic Boarding Schools, Emotional
           Growth Programs
           Jan Costello, Loyola University

           The Use of a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Approach in a Child Law Practice
           Micki Moran, The Child and Family Law Center, Highland Park, USA

           The Persistence of Low Expectations in Special Education: Viewed through a
           Therapeutic Jurisprudence Lens
           Richard Peterson, Pepperdine University

           Unchain the Children: Toward a Human Rights and Therapeutic Jurisprudence
           Model of Advocacy to Unshackle Children in the Courtroom
           Bernard Perlmutter, University of Miami


Room   B   ETHICAL AND LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF INTEGRATED CARE
           Integrated Primary Care in NSW: the Real Challenge is Corporate Governance
           Delys Brady, Hunter New England Area Health Service, New Lambton, Australia

           Challenges of Obtaining Informed Consent for Mental Health Research
           Nicole Gerrand, Hunter New England Health Service, New Lambton, Australia

           Share-Care in Community Mental Health Services and its Legal Implications
           Thanh-Nu Reeves, Hunter New England Area Health Service, New Lambton
           Australia

           Development and Challenges in Engaging Non Government Organisations
           (NGOs) in Share-Care for Mental Health Clients
           Barbara Stacy, Hunter New England Mental Health Service, New Lambton,
           Australia

           Memory Problems in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Credibility
           Lilla Hárdi, Cordelia Foundation for the Rehabilitation of Torture Victims,
           Budapest, Hungary
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Room   C   UNLOCKING THE CRIMINAL MIND
           Can I Call Kimura Crazy?
           Rashmi Goel, University of Denver

           I Think You‘re Crazy – Possibly: Formulating a Modality for the Social
           Construction of Mental Illness
           Camille A. Nelson, Saint Louis University

           The Psyche of the Racial Profiler
           Frank Rudy Cooper, Suffolk University Law School

           Cognitive Camera Technologies and the Convergence of Criminal and Medical
           Profiling
           Christian Halliburton, Seattle University School of Law

           Dehumanization, Segregation, and the Social Psychology of Criminality
           Reginald Oh, Cleveland Marshall College of Law


Room   D   REDUCING THE USE OF RESTRICTIVE MEASURES IN THE NETHERLANDS
           II
           Toward Coercion-Reduction in Psychiatry: Learning From Bad Practices
           Yolande Voskes, Maastricht University

           Toward Coercion-Reduction in Psychiatry: Learning From Good Practices
           Elleke Landeweer, Maastricht University

           No More Seclusion in Dutch Psychiatry: A Study of Teams Changes in Attitudes
           and Perceptions Towards Seclusion
           Patricia Mann-Poll, De Gelderse Roos, Wolfheze, The Netherlands

           Engagement Model and the Use of Comfort Rooms as a Means to Reduce
           Seclusion
           Rene de Veen, Mediant GGZ Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

           A Comparison of Two Admission Wards With and Without a Seclusion
           Prevention Protocol
           Hans Hesta, De Gelderse Roos, Arnhem, The Netherlands


Room   E   RECENT CONTROVERSIES CONCERNING OUTPATIENT COMMITMENT
           Outpatient Civil Commitment for Correctional Patients
           Steven K. Hoge, New York University
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           Is the Implementation of Kendra's Law Racially Biased?
           Jeffrey Swanson, Duke University

           Recent US Research on Assisted Outpatient Treatment
           Marvin Swartz, Duke University

           Community Treatment Orders: a UK perspective
           George Szmukler, King's College London

           Overview of Outpatient Commitment and Related Legal, Policy, and Ethical
           Concerns
           Paul S. Appelbaum, Columbia University


Room   F   NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN MENTAL HEALTH LEGISLATION FROM A
           VARIETY OF COUNTRIES

           Recent Significant Changes in Canadian Mental Health Acts
           John E. Gray, University of Western Ontario

           The effect of the Mental health (CAT) Act on the practice of Community Mental
           Health Nurses in New Zealand
           Ian McLauchlan, Capital & Coast District Health Board, Wellington, New
           Zealand

           Least restrictive environment - a comparison of legislation within parliamentary
           jurisdictions
           Joe Morrissey, James Cook University

           Trends in Health Planning and Policy: The Everlasting Need for Change in the
           Canadian Oil Patch
           Denis Morrison, University of Calgary

           Human Rights without Resources: Thinking about Africa
           Peter Bartlett, University of Nottingham


Room   G   PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCHIATRY
           Can We Define Mental Disorder by Using the Criterion of Mental Dysfunction?
           Thomas Schramme, Swansea University

           Harm-Minimisation: Physician Assisted Self-Harm?
           Kerry Gutridge, University of Bristol
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           Subjectivity and Self-Effectivity: Investigating Self-Determination in Mentally ill
           Persons from the First-Person-Perspective
           Jann E. Schlimme, Hannover Medical School

           Madness, Badness, and the Epistemology of Moral Accountability
           Claire Pouncey, Temple University

           Rational Suicide: Philosophical Perspectives on Schizophrenia
           Jeanette Hewitt, Swansea University

           "False positives" in Psychiatric Diagnosis from the Harmful
           Dysfunction Perspective: Implications for Human Freedom
           Jerome Wakefield, New York University


Room   I   CORRECTIONAL IMPACT LITIGATION, MENTAL DISABILITY LAW AND
           INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS
           Correctional Mental Health Care: The Interplay between US and International
           Standards
           Henry A. Dlugacz, New York Medical College

           Applying Offender Rehabilitation in Corrections: Why Consider Human Rights?
           Astrid Birgden, Deakon University

           The Mentally Ill Inmate in Supermax Confinement: A New York State Study
           Jennifer R. Wynn, City University of New York

           The relationship between correctional law/conditions (jail and/or prisons) mental
           disability law and interntional human rights
           Ginger Lerner-Wren, Misdemeanor Mental Health Court, Broward County, USA


Room   K   TOWARDS A PHILOSOPHICAL AND CLINICAL INTEGRATION OF BIOLOGY,
           LAW, AND RELIGION II
           ―Japanese Orientalists‖ and Psychiatry Policy in Modern Times
           Akira Hashimoto, Aichi Prefectural University

           Mental Health and Morality: Two Conceptually Distinct Categories?
           Per-Anders Tengland, Malmö University

           Philosophy as Therapy
           Kenneth Seeskin, Northwestern University
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Room   L   ANALYSE COMPARÉE DE L'ENCADREMENT JURIDIQUE CONCERNANT LA
           RECHERCHE IMPLIQUANT DES SUJETS INAPTES (FRANCE, GRANDE-
           BRETAGNE, QUÉBEC)
           Recherche biomédicale sur des sujets inaptes en Grande-Bretagne
           Amelie Dionne-Charest, Heenan Blaikie, Montreal, Canada

           L‘encadrement législatif de l‘expérimentation sur des personnes inaptes au
           Québec
           Pierre Deschamps, McGill University

           Recherches impliquant des sujets atteints de Maladie d‘Alzheimer : le cadre
           juridique en Europe et les solutions originales en France et en Grande-Bretagne
           (Etude MADERE)
           Anne Marie Duguet, INSERM, Unité 558, Toulouse, France

           Le consentement des personnes inaptes à la recherche : la situation américaine et
           le Code civil du Québec
           Andrei Pascu, Université de Montréal

           L‘expérimentation sur les sujets vulnérables en droit belge
           Jean Herveg, Centre de Recherches Informatique et Droit, Namur, France


Room   M   PSIQUIATRÍA FORENSE: PRÁCTICA MÉDICA Y ANÁLISIS DE
           TRASGRESORES

           Pratica de psiquiatria forense por medicos generales en Chile
           Dr. Carlos Tellez, Universidad de Chile

           Historia sexual de los imputados de abuso sexual evaluados en el Servicio Médico
           Legal de Osorno, Chile : Abril 2004 a abril 2008
           Dr. Mauricio H. Jeldres Vargas, Universidad Austral de Chile

           Homicídios praticados por mujeres: amuestra de una institución psiquiátrica
           forense de Brasil
           Alexandre Valença, Fluminense Federal University

           Trastornos mentales en una población penitneciaría brasileña
           Wagner Ribeiro, University of Rio Grande del Sol
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                                      11:00 AM

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND FAMILY LAW

           Life as Lived: Experiences with Retroactive Child Support
           Shelly Kierstead,York University

           Teaching Mediators to Use Therapeutic Jurisprudence to Respond to Emerging
           Issues in Family Law
           Jennifer H. Zawid, University of Miami

           Dealing with Domestic Violence in Argentina: Therapeutic Jurisprudence
           Perspectives
           Zulema Wilde, Judge of the National Court Of Appeal, Buenos Aires, Argentina

           Unified Family Court Services for Families and Children: Therapeutic
           Jurisprudence Applied?
           Barbara Babb, University of Baltimore

           S v M : Therapeutic Jurisprudence v the Traditional Court Procedure
           Enid Coetzee, University of Johannesburg


Room   B   CONCEPTUAL APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING THERAPEUTIC
           MISCONCEPTION IN CONSENT TO RESEARCH
           A Critique of Recent Approaches to Therapeutic Misconception
           Paul S. Appelbaum, Columbia University

           Therapeutic misconception among clinical researchers
           Charles W. Lidz, University of Massachusetts Medical School

           Evaluating the Therapeutic Misconception
           Frank Miller, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA

           Defining the Therapeutic Misconception: Report from a Consensus Workshop
           Gail Henderson, University of North Carolina School of Medicine

           Misunderstanding in Clinical Research
           Christine Grady, National Institutes of Health Clinical, Bethesda, Center
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Room   C   TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
           Neuropsychological Approaches to Assess Traumatic Brain Injury
           William G. van Gorp, Columbia University

           Executive Functions Testing and Frontal Lobe Functions in TBI
           Jeanette Wasserstein, Mount Sinai College of Medicine

           Special Challenges in the Legal Representation of Victims of Mild Traumatic
           Brain Injury
           Michael V. Kaplen, DeCaro & Kaplen, LLP, New York City, USA

           Traumatic Brain Injury and Somatoform Disorders
           William Curt LaFrance, Brown Medical School


Room   D   FORENSIC ASPECTS OF TORTURE: IMMEDIATE AND LONG TERM
           ASPECTS

           Late Sequels of Torture in Photographs
           Janus Oomen, University of Amsterdam

           The Istanbul Protocol in Asylum Procedures
           Holger Furthmayr, University of Erlangen

           Eugenics and Racial Hygiene in Medical Publishing: Sequelae of the War in
           Austria
           Lilith Dumalayan, World Council for Psychotherapy, Erewan, Armenia


Room   E   MENTAL HEALTH AND INCAPACITY LAW IN SCOTLAND: HAVE WE GOT
           IT RIGHT YET?

           Review of Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
           George Kappler, Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland

           Review of Mental Health Legislation in Scotland
           Jim McManus, Glasgow Caledonian University

           Compulsory Treatment in the Community
           Donald Lyons, Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland

           New Jurisprudence in Mental Health Law: A Scottish Solution
           Joe Morrow, Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland, Hamilton, Scotland
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           Significantly Impaired Decision Making in Mental Disorder: Clinical and Legal
           Issues and Implications
           Mark Taylor, University of Glasgow


Room   F   CONFLICT OF INTEREST

           Responding to the Ethical and Intellectual Crisis in Mental Health Research and
           Clinical Practice
           Lisa Cosgrove, University of Massachusetts-Boston

           Conflict of Interest and the Sexual Autonomy of the Severely Mentally Ill
           Beata Zolovska, Columbia University

           Legally-Mandated Conflicts of Interest (within the California Workers
           Compensation system)
           David M. Reiss, Private Practice, San Diego, USA

           Organizational Conflicts of Interest in the creation of the DSM V and the APA
           Treatment Guidelines
           Harold Bursztajn, Harvard Medical School

           Ethical Dilemmas and Conflict of Interest in Informed Consent
           Robindra Paul, Private Practice, Cleveland, USA

           Journal Conflict of Interest Policies in Medicine & Toxicology
           Sheldon Krimsky, Tufts University


Room   G   IMPROVING POLICE RESPONSE TO PERSONS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS

           Procedural Justice and the Experiences of Persons with Mental Illness who Come
           in Contact with the Police
           Amy C. Watson, University of Illinois at Chicago

           Philadelphia: A Police Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Evaluation
           Melissa Schaefer Morabito, University of Masschusetts Boston

           CIT in Chicago: Testing a Systems Level Intervention
           Amy Kerr, University of Illinois at Chicago
           The Boston Police Study: Comparing CIT With Other Models For Police
           Management Of Crises Involving Persons With Serious Mental Illness
           William H. Fisher, University of Massachusetts
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           The Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Statewide Training Program: An
           Overview of Research Findings
           Michael T. Compton, Emory University


ROOM   I   WE CAN‘T DO IT ALONE: PARTNERSHIP AS KEY TO WORKING WITH
           INDIVIDUALS WITH CONCURRENT DISORDERS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
           INVOLVEMENT
           Concurrent Disorders: Embracing Best Practice
           Lucy Hume, The Jean Tweed Centre, Etobicoke, Canada

           Concurrent Disorders: The Role of Community Partnerships
           Mohamed Badsha, Reconnect Mental Health Association, Etobicoke, Canada

           Understanding the Challenge of Concurrent Disorders for those with Criminal
           Justice Involvement
           Arla Hamer, Reconnect Mental Health Association, Etobicoke, Canada

           Embracing a True Recovery Model: The Evolution of San Francisco‘s Behavioral
           Health Court
           Jennifer Johnson, Office of the Public Defender, San Francisco, USA


Room   J   SURVIVOR THERAPY EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM (STEP) FOR ABUSED
           WOMEN IN JAIL

           Survivor Therapy Empowerment Program (STEP) with Abused Women in Jail
           Philosophy and Organization of Program
           Lenore E. Walker, Nova Southeastern University

           Survivor Therapy Empowerment Program for Abused Women in Jail with
           Substance Abusing Women
           Crystal Carrio, Nova Southeastern University

           Survivor Therapy Empowerment Program (STEP) for abused women in jail
           ethical and logistical concerns
           Kelley Gill, Nova Southeastern University

           Survivor Therapy Empowerment Program (STEP) for abused women in jail
           Special Issues
           Gillespie Stedding, Nova Southeastern University
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           Survivor Therapy Empowerment Program (STEP) for abused women in jail
           Evaluation and Assessment for Evidence Based Treatment
           Maria Karilshah, Maria Karilshah Center for Psychological Studies, USA


Room   L   SUBJECTIVITÉS POLITIQUES ET SÉCURITÉ NATIONALE: PROFESSIONNELS
           DE LA SANTÉ ET COMBATTANTS ILLÉGAUX DANS LA LUTTE CONTRE LE
           TERRORISME

           Responsabilités académiques et pratiques éthiques : instrumentalisation de la
           pratique infirmière avancée dans la lutte contre le terrorisme
           Amélie Perron, Université d'Ottawa

           Medical Ethics is over 2000 years old: Isn‘t it time for the UN Principles of
           Medical Ethics to have Muscle?
           Ken Agar-Newman, Victoria Coalition for the Survivors of Torture, Canada

           Aucun droit à la mort: sécurité, torture biomédicale et prisonniers politiques
           Stuart J. Murray, Ryerson University

           Infirmières au service de l‘État : de la lutte contre le terrorisme aux violations
           déontologiques
           Dave Holmes and Jean-Daniel Jacob, Université d’Ottawa


Room   M   ABUSO SEXUAL INFANTIL, Y ASPECTOS PSICOPATOLÓGICOS Y
           PSICOMÉTRICOS EN OFENSORES, VÍCTIMAS Y ESTADOS TERMINALES

           Child Sexual Abuse: New Demands
           Maria Cristina Milanez Werner, Magistrate School of Rio de Janeiro State

           Therapeutic Justice: A Program for Young Offenders with Problems of Drugs
           Use, Abuse or Dependency in Brazil
           Jairo Werner, School of Rio de Janeiro

           Neuropsychological assessment in Brazilian youth offenders
           Maria Fernanda Faria Achá, Psychiatrist in Private Practice, Sao Paolo, Brazil

           Síndrome de Alienación Parental y Falsas Memorias: algunas relaciones posibles
           Jorge Trindade, Instituto de Psicologia, Porto Alegre, Brazil

           Psicopatología e interpretaciones de la muerte
           Guillermo Diaz Pintos, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
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                                       2:00 PM

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND ELDER LAW

           Medical Decision Making for Decisionally Incapacitated Elders: Is ―Best Interests
           in the Patient‘s Best Interests?‖
           Marshall Kapp, Southern Illinois University School of Law

           Guardianship for Your Own Good: Maximizing the Best Interests of Respondents
           and Wards
           Jennifer Wright, St. Thomas School of Law

           Aging, Driving and Public Health: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Approach
           Perez Alina, Nova Southeastern University

           Older Persons in Prisons and Residential Treatment Settings: Therapeutic
           Jurisprudence Applied?
           Eric Drogin, Harvard Medical School


Room   B   ELECTRIC STUN GUNS AND MENTAL HEALTH

           Electric Stun Guns: An Open Question
           Thomas Wenzel, Medical University of Vienna

           Electric Stun Guns: Research and Research Ethics
           Fabian Friedrich, Medical University of Vienna

           Electric Stun Guns: Risk and Mental Health
           Monika Freidl, Medical University of Vienna

           Tasers in mental health emergencies in New Zealand. Preliminary analysis of
           police reports
           Anthony J. O'Brien, University of Auckland


ROOM   C   ONLINE EDUCATION IN MENTAL HEALTH AND THE LAW

           An Online Ethics Course in Forensic Mental Health
           David l. Shapiro, Nova Southeastern University

           Advocacy Skills in Cases Involving people with Mental Disabilities
           Richard I. Friedman, New York Law School
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           Online Distance Education: An Important Pedagogical Force
           Andrea Risoli, New York Law School

           Online Education: Pros and Cons
           Lenore Walker, Nova Southeastern University



Room   D   THE IMPACT OF MENTAL HEALTH ON WORK

           The Neglected Understanding of Psychological Defense Mechanisms in Medical-
           Legal Evaluations: The Interactions of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Pre-
           existing Personality Traits and Dynamics
           David M. Reiss, Psychiatrist in Private Practice, San Diego, USA

           Assessment and Treatment Planning for PTSD based on ―Core Clinical
           Hypotheses‖
           Barbara L. Ingram, Pepperdine University


           Bullying in the Workplace - the Israeli Experience
           Roberto Mester, Haifa University

           Work Choices? The Changing Face of Industrial Relations in Australia
           Nada Vujat, Emery Partners, Newcastle, Australia

           Postraumatic Stress Disorder: Its Use and Abuse in Employment Litigation
           Elizabeth A. Falcone, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, Los Angeles, USA


Room   E   BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY, DRUG ADDICTION AND FORENSICS IN THE
           NETHERLANDS

           Serious Drug Addiction Overrules the Principle of Culpa-in-causa
           Karel Oei, Tilburg University

           The Importance of the Patient-Doctor-Relationship in Forensic Psychiatry: A
           Questionnaire Based Research
           Harald de Burlet, De Tender, Deventer, The Netherlands

           The Relevance of Epilepsy for Forensic Psychiatry
           Siegfried Tuinier, Vincent van Gogh Institute for Psychiatry, Venray, The
           Netherlands
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           Pharmacological Interventions on Psychiatric Comorbidity in a Forensic
           Population and an Outpatient Addiction Unit : A Short-Term Pilot Study on How
           Symptom Reduction Facilitates Other Therapeutical Interventions
           Geert Schuthof, Ministry of Justice, Zwolle, The Netherlands

           Quality of Life in a Population of Dutch Prisoners with Mental Disorders:
           Relations with Psychopathological, Social, Demographical, Judicial and
           Penitentiary Factors
           Jan-Cees Zwemstra, N.I.F.P., Den Bosch, The Netherlands


Room   F   SUPPORTING COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY AND RECOVERY FOR PERSONS
           WITH MENTAL ILLNESS

           Re-Entry and Recovery for People with Mental Illness Leaving Jail and Prison
           Jeffrey Draine, University of Pennsylvania

           Critical Time Intervention for People with Severe Mental Illness Leaving Prison
           Jenny Shaw, University of Manchester

           Supporting Re-Entry from Prison in Illinois: Evaluation of a Forensic Assertive
           Community Treament Program
           Beth Angell, Rutgers School of Social Work

           Life Sentence Prisoners on Parole: Risk, Recall and Intimate Partner Violence
           Wendy Morgan, London Metropolitan University


Room   G   DEVELOPMENT AND EFFECT MEASUREMENT OF THERAPY IN JUVENILE
           DELINQUENCY
           Emotional Memory and Cortisol in Different Dimensions of Psychopathy
           Maaike Cima, Maastricht University

           Treatment of Juvenile Offenders, Efficacy and Effect Measurement
           Andries M. Korebrits, Radboud University Nijmegen

           Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Of Juvenile Offenders. Two Group Programmes
           In A Child And Adolescent Forensic Outpatient Clinic In Zurich, Switzerland
           Madleina Manetsch, University of Zurich

           The Goal Management Training for Juvenile Offenders: An Intervention Study
           Dagmar Versmissen, Maastricht University

           Metacognitive Training in Juvenile Offenders
           Ilse Janssen, Maastricht University
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Room   J   ALTERNATIVES TO SEGREGATION FOR ADULT AND JUVENILE
           PRISONERS WITH MENTAL DISORDERS: LEGAL AND CLINICAL ISSUES
           Segregation of Mentally Ill Offenders: Mental Health and Legal Implications
           Karen Talley, Disability Law Center, Boston, USA

           Alternatives to Segregation for Mentally Ill Offenders: Legal Issues in Adult
           Facilities
           Richard Glassman, Disability Law Center, Boston, USA

           Alternatives to Segregation for Mentally Ill Offenders: Legal Issues in Juvenile
           Facilities
           Robert Fleischner, Center for Public Representation, Northhampton, USA

           Defining Serious Mental Illness & Treatment in a Secure Setting
           Kathryn A. Burns, Case Western Reserve University


Room   K   MANAGEMENT OF INSANITY ACQUITTEES: A MULTI-STATE
           PERSPECTIVE
           Management of Insanity Acquittees: A multi-state perspective Part 1: The New
           York System
           Li-Wen Lee, NYS Office of Mental Health, New York City, USA

           Management of Insanity Acquittees: A multi-state perspective Part 2: The
           Massachusetts System
           Debra Pinals, University of Massachusetts

           Management of Insanity Acquittees: A multi-state perspective Part 3: The
           Connecticut System
           Michael Norko, Yale University


Room   L   L'INTERVENTION PSYCHOLOGIQUE SUITE À LA FUSILLADE DU 13
           SEPTEMBRE 2006 AU COLLÈGE DAWSON DE MONTRÉAL : PREMIÈRE
           PARTIE

           L‘intervention psychologique suite à la fusillade du 13 septembre 2006 au
           Collège Dawson de Montréal: Introduction au symposium
           Warren Steiner, Hôpital Général de Montréal, Canada
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           L‘intervention psychologique suite à la fusillade du 13 septembre 2006 au
           Collège Dawson de Montréal : Impact psychologique
           Stéphane Guay, Hôpital Louis-H Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           L‘intervention psychologique suite à la fusillade du 13 septembre 2006 au
           Collège Dawson de Montréal: Impact sur l‘utilisation des services
           Alain Lesage, Hôpital Louis-H Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           L‘intervention psychologique lors de la fusillade du 13 septembre 2006 au
           Collège Dawson de Montréal: L‘intervention ‗de facto‘
           Pierre Bleau, Hôpital Général de Montréal, Canada


Room   M   CUESTIONES JUVENILES

           Cuestiones Juveniles: Evaluación psiquiátrica de trasgresores juveniles Gustavo
           Bonini Castellana, University of Sao Paulo

           Cuestiones Juveniles: Psicoterapia para homicidas jóvenes
           Fabiana Saffi, University of Sao Paulo

           Cuestiones Juveniles: Prevalencia de desórdenes relacionados con uso de
           sustancias entre jóvenes encarcelados
           Andre Castilho Valim, University of Sao Paulo

           Cuestiones Juveniles: Prevalencia de Desórdenes de Personalidad en jóvenes
           encarcelados
           Daniel Martins de Barros, University of Sao Paulo

           Cuestiones Juveniles: Parámetros Neuropsicológicos y Cognitivos
           Sergio Paulo Rigonatti, University of Sao Paulo

           Cuestiones Juveniles: Datos epidemiológicos de niños y adolescentes víctimas de
           violencia sexual.
           Antonio de Pádua Serafim, University of Sao Paulo


                                       4:00 PM


Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND AUDIO/VISUAL/CINEMATIC
           WAYS OF COMMUNICATING ABOUT LAW

           Enhancing Client Well-Being: Integrating Audio-Visual Jurisprudence and
           Therapeutic Jurisprudence
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           Colette R. Brunschwig, University of Zurich

           Therapeutic Jurisprudence as Screen-Based Reality
           Richard K. Sherwin, New York Law School

           Audiovisual Communication and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Cognitive and
           Social Psychological Dimensions
           Neal Feigenson, Quinnipiac University School of Law

           Therapeutic Jurisprudence can use Visual/Auditory/Cinematic ways of
           Communicating About Law
           Bruce J. Winick, University of Miami

Room   B   SEX OFFENDERS
           The Assessment of Sex Offenders for Civil Commitment in the Massachusetts
           Department of Correction
           Nick Tomich, University of Massachusetts at Boston

           Rehabilitation: Fact or Fiction?
           Tony Ellis, Barrister, Wellington, New Zealand

           What Survivors, Offenders & Police Officers Tell Us about Sexual Grooming: An
           Update
           Samantha Craven, Coventry University

           Evaluation of Juveniles Charged With Sex Offenders: How Do They Differ From
           Adult Offenders
           Eileen P. Ryan, University of Virginia

           Technological Innovations in the Location of Sex Offenders Who Fail to Report
           to (or Abscond from) Sex Offender Registries
           Donald Rebovich, Utica College


Room   C   LEGAL DIMENSIONS OF TRAUMA AND TORTURE

           Intermediary Services for Child Witnesses Testifying in Criminal Court
           Proceedings in South Africa
           Gert J. Jonker, Bethany House Trust, Krugesrdorp, South Africa

           Does the European Court of Human Rights Take Mental Health Seriously?
           Brice Dickson, Queen's University Belfast

           Three Roads to Increase the Validity of Forensic Statements on Torture
           Erik Edston, Department of Forensic Medicine, Linköping, Sweden
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           Lack Of A Diminished Responsibility Defence Under The International Criminal
           Court (ICC) Statute And Contemporary Human Rights Issues
           Dragana Radosavljevic, University of Greenwich


Room   D   PRISON CULTURE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH

           Compensation for Psychiatric Injury in Canadian Penitentiaries
           John L. Hill, Barrister & Solicitor, Toronto, Canada

           Co-occurring Chronic Medical Conditions among Adult Jail Detainees in
           Psychiatric Treatment
           James Swartz, University of Illinois at Chicago

           The Effect Of Prison on Mental Health of Young Offenders
           Vicky Bell, The University of Manchester

           Prisoners and Mental Health: The Case of Enugu Prison, South Eastern Nigeria
           Ernest Nnamdi Ogbozor, Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action (PRAWA)
           Sabo Yaba, Nigeria


Room   E   RISK ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL POPULATIONS

           Introducing A New Fourth-Generation Risk-Need Assessment Tool For Youths
           At Risk For Antisocial Behavior
           Henrik Andershed, Örebro University

           The Role Of Approved Social Workers In Assessing Risk And Implementing
           Mental Health Law In Northern Ireland
           Gavin Davidson, Queen's University Belfast

           Recidivism In Different Subgroups Of Serious Juvenile Offenders: Risk Factors
           For Overall Recidivism And Seriousness Of Recidivism
           E.A. Mulder, Erasmus University

           Sins of the Fathers: Incarcerated Male Repeat Offenders
           Ellen Kjelsberg, Ullevaal University Hospital, Oslo, Norway

           The Victimological Risk: The Behavioral Factors which Increase the Risk
           Fabio Delicato, Ordine degli Psicologi Italiani, Napoli, Italie

           Circumstantial risks in psychotic offenders and their criminal history: a review of
           the literature
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           Kris Goethals, Pompe Foundation, Nijmegen, The Netherlands


Room   F   YOUTH IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW
           Psychopathy: Stability and Change over the Life-Course
           Henrik Andershed, Örebro University

           Juvenile Sex Offenders and Sexually Violent Predator Legislation
           Eileen P. Ryan, University of Virginia

           Criteria for Criminal Responsibility: Does Less Certainty Provide More
           Protection?
           Bernard Starkman, Health Canada, Ottawa, Canada

           The Gang Subculture and Locura
           James Diego Vigil, University of California Irvine

           Juvenile Crime and Violence Prevention in Traumatised Refugee Families
           Edith Montgomery, Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims
           (RCT), Copenhagen, Denmark

           Gulf Coast Juvenile Justice Systems: Surviving Katrina
           Cheryl D. Wills, Case Western Reserve University


Room   G   A DISABILITY RIGHTS TRIBUNAL IN ASIA

           Necessity And Possibility of Establishing Disability Rights Retinal Tribunal in
           Asia Pacific
           Yoshikazu Ikehara, Tokyo Advocacy Law Office, Japan

           Why Appointment of Counsel Should Be The First Priority
           Michael Perlin, New York Law School

           Mental Health Tribunals: Balancing Fairness, Freedom, Protection and Right to
           Treatment?
           Terry Carney, University of Sydney


Room   H   AGE, CRIMINALITY, VIOLENCE AND FORENSICS IN THE NETHERLANDS

           Behavioral Changes during Admission in a Youth Forensic Psychiatric Hospital:
           A Multilevel Model
           Chijs van Nieuwenhuizen, Tilburg University
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           Mental Disorder in Elderly Justiciables in the Netherlands
           Co Bleeker, Ministry of Justice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

           Dimensional Assessment of Personality (Disorders) in Incarcerated Boys Related
           to Axis-I disorders, Trauma and Committed Crimes
           Ellemiek Nederlof, NIFP Rotterdam, The Netherlands

           Envelopment and Development
           Victor G. Kouratovsky, Riagg Rijnmond, Rotterdam, Netherlands

           Relation between Fear of Crime, Crime Victimisation and Punitive Attitudes: A
           Contextual Analysis
           John van Kesteren, Tilburg University


Room   L   L'INTERVENTION PSYCHOLOGIQUE SUITE À LA FUSILLADE DU 13
           SEPTEMBRE 2006 AU COLLÈGE DAWSON DE MONTRÉAL: DEUXIÈME
           PARTIE

           L‘intervention psychologique suite à la fusillade du 13 septembre 2006 au
           Collège Dawson de Montréal: Les besoins non-comblés par l‘intervention ‗de
           facto‘
           Paule Miquelon, Hôpital Louis-H Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           L‘intervention psychologique suite à la fusillade du 13 septembre 2006 au
           Collège Dawson de Montréal: L‘intervention psychologique idéale
           Monique Séguin, Université du Québec en Outaouais

           L‘intervention psychologique suite à la fusillade du 13 septembre 2006 au
           Collège Dawson de Montréal: Comment diffuser l‘intervention psychologique
           idéale
           Denise Roy, Hôpital Louis-H Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           L‘intervention psychologique suite à la fusillade du 13 septembre 2006 au
           Collège Dawson de Montréal: La responsabilité sociale du Collège Dawson
           comme institution apprenante
           Richard Filion, Collège Dawson


Room   M   UNA PERSPECTIVA INTEGRANDO EL DERECHO Y LAS CIENCIAS DE
           CONDUCTA
           Justicia Terapeutica: Una Sobrevista
           David Wexler, University of Arizona
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           Violencia Familiar: Dimensiones del Problema, Intervenciones y Estrategias
           Zulema Wilde, Judge of the National Court Of Appeal, Buenos Aires, Argentina

           Aplicación de un Modelo Sistemático para Propiciar la Autoeficacia y
           Modificación de Conducta de los Participantes de las Cortes de Drogas
           Ana M. López Beltrán, Interamerican University

           La Justicia Terapeutica es Para Todos
           Wanda Cruz, Administracion de Tribunales, San Juan, Puerto Rico


                           WEDNESDAY, JULY 1ST, 2009

                                       9:00 AM

Room   A   LAWYERING IN A THERAPEUTIC KEY

           "Hold the Violins!": Creating Credibility in a Therapeutic Jurisprudence-Skeptical
           Court
           Beth Bromberg, Barrister and Solicitor, Ontario, Canada

           Criminal Defense: It Is Not What It Used To Be
           Michael Rosen, Attorney, Miami, USA

           Using TJ in Special Needs Planning
           Jessica Coussineau, Attorney, Tigard, USA

           Applying Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Corporate and Business Law
           and in Mediation
           Carolyn Hanson, Attorney, New York, USA

           Therapeutic Jurisprudence at Guantanamo: Making Them Feel Human Again
           Mavish Khan, Attorney, New York, USA


Room   B   SEXUALLY AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR

           Understanding Stalking Violence: The Influence of Predisposing and Contextual
           Factors in a Sample of Stalking Court Transcripts
           Carleen Thompson, Griffith University

           Defining Relational Stalking: An Investigation of the Stalking Continuum
           according to Repetition and Duration of Harassment
           Susan Dennison, Griffith University
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           Stalking in Context: The Contexts in Which Stalking Behaviors Occur
           Nicola Cheyne, Griffith University

           Underlying Psychopathic Traits, Rape Myth Acceptance, and Rape Proclivity in
           Male College Students
           Jessica D. Hegyi, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

           The Decoding of Women's Non-Verbal Cues by Rape Prone Men
           Emily Blake, University of Kent


Room   C   DOMESTIC AND FAMILY VIOLENCE

           Alberta's Provincial Family Violence Treatment Program
           Laurie Beverley and Sue Ludwig, Alberta Mental Health Board, Canada

           The State as Batterer: Learning from Family Law and Domestic Violence to
           Address America‘s Family-Like Racial Dysfunction
           Angela Mae Kupenda, Mississippi College School of Law

           An Exploration Of The Typologies Of Male Intimate Partner Violence
           Perpetrators Using The Spousal Assault Risk Assessment In A Sample Of UK
           Men
           Sinead Bloomfield, Ministry of Justice, London, UK

           The Dynamic of Filicide
           Georgia Zara, University and Polytechnic of Turin


Room   D   SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR
           The Etiology and Management of Suicidal Behavior
           Andrew E. Slaby, New York University

           The Assessment of Imminent Risk for Suicide
           Lanny Berman, American Association of Suicidology, Washington, USA

           Rigidity and Perfectionism: The Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder Link
           to Suicidality
           Gabriel Diaconu, Université de Québec à Montréal

           Testing the Validity of the Suicide Probability Scale with Male Inmates
           Marc Daigle, University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières

           Prevention of Suicide and Civil Liability
           Danuta Mendelson, Deakin University
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Room   E   EMERGING ISSUES IN NEW YORK ASSISTED OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
           (AOT) 2000-2009

           Right v. Rights: Outpatient Treatment Laws for Resistant Patients
           Laura Downs, Assisted Outpatient Treatment Program, Kings and Richmond
           Counties, USA

           Emerging Policy Considerations in New York State Assisted Outpatient
           Treatment as Case Law and Definitions of "Likely to Benefit" Evolve
           Liza Bowers, Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center, New York City, USA

           Does the AOT Psychiatric Evaluation Set Up Patients to Fail? An Inquiry
           Edgar Velazquez, Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center, New York City,
           USA

           The Problem with Hearsay in Psychiatric Evidence
           Susan Guercio, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, USA


Room   F   ENHANCED DRUG COURT SUCCESS
           The Use of Design in Transformative Group Addiction Treatment
           John Kleinpeter, California State University

           Specialty Groups for Drug Court Participants
           Connie Ireland, California State University

           Drug Testing for Addicted Offenders in the Community
           Mack Jenkins, Chief Probation Officer, County of San Diego, USA

           Enhanced Drug Court Success
           Jo Brocato, California State University


Room   G   PARADIGMS OF SOCIO-POLITICAL PHENOMENA AND CONSCIOUSNESS
           A Construct of Sociopolitical Phenomena from a Development/Characterological
           Viewpoint: The US Elections, November 2008
           David M. Reiss, Psychiatrist in private practice, San Diego, USA

           Using the Mental Health System to Assist Courts in Identifying Parents Who Kill
           Their Children in Custody Cases or Will Such Identification Always Be a Game
           of Russian Roulette for the Judge?
           Laurence C. Nolan, Howard University
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           Projections, Transferences, and Counter-Transferences in Complex Situations
           Involving with Multiple Participants
           Greg Nolan, University of Leeds


Room   H   RESILIENCE AND DEVELOPMENT: PSYCHOSOCIAL APPROACH

           Pathways to Peace: Building Resilience through Education in Emergencies
           Martha Llanos, Peruvian Society of Bioethics, Lima, Peru

           Community Resilience: From WAKCHA Life to Allin Kausay
           Victoria Pareja, Peruvian Society of Resilience, Lima, Peru

           I Have, I Am, I Can: A Study of Multiple Sources of Resilience in Peruvian
           Earthquake Survivors
           Raphael Gargurevich, University of Lima

           Resilient Attitudes towards Terrorism
           Carmela Casique, Society of Resilience, Lima, Peru

           Coping and Resilience in Street Children of Metropolitan Lima
           Aurea Alcalde, San Marcos University


Room   J   INDIGENOUS WOMEN & CHILDREN IN CANADA AND THEIR RIGHTS

           The Intersectionality of Race, Class and Gender in the Canadian Sex Trade
           Nahanni Fontaine, Southern Chief's Organization, Winnipeg, Canada

           Indigenous Women and The Role of Language in Land and Resource Governance
           Myrle Traverse Ballard, Southern Chiefs Organization, Winnipeg, Canada

           Aboriginal mothers and the burden of child welfare involvement
           Marlyn Bennett, First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada,
           Manitoba, Canada

           Bill C-31: The Extinction of "Indians" in Canada
           Ashley Quinn, University of Toronto

           Women are the fastest growing prison population, but why should you care?
           Kim Pate, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies, Ottawa, Canada
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Room   L   DEPENDANCES, SANTE MENTALE ET DELINQUANCE A L‘ADOLESCENCE :
           JEUNES EN READAPTATION ET PERSPECTIVES CLINIQUES
           Consommation de psychotropes et persistance du trouble des conduites chez les
           adolescents des Centres jeunesse du Québec
           Myriam Laventure, Université de Sherbrooke

           Prescription et polyprescription de médicaments psychotropes aux adolescents
           faisant l‘objet d‘un placement en centre de réadaptation
           Julie Desjardins, Université de Montréal

           Trajectoires de réadaptation d‘adolescents en traitement de la toxicomanie:
           influence des problèmes concomitants de santé mentale et de délinquance
           Karine Bertrand, Université de Sherbrooke

           Adolescents en traitement de la toxicomanie : Le vécu et les perceptions de ceux
           présentant des comportements suicidaires
           Cinthia Ledoux, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

           L‘alliance thérapeutique dans le contexte de la réadaptation des jeunes
           Mylène Orsi, Université de Montréal


                                              11:00 AM

Room   A   TJ AND LAWYERING SKILLS

           The Making of a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Lawyer
           John V. McShane, Attorney, Dallas, USA

           Client-Centered Interviewing: Improving Attorney-Client Interactions through
           Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Multi-Cultural Training
           Evelyn Cruz, Arizona State University

           Supporting Lawyers: Supervising Attorneys‘ Personal Skills
           Marjorie A. Silver, Touro Law Center, Central Islip, USA

           A Defense Lawyer‘s Perspective on the Use of Apology
           Beth Bromberg, Barrister and Solicitor, Ontario, Canada

           Saying Sorry. . . Is it Enough? The Desirability and Efficacy of Apology Statutes
           Justine Dunlap, Southern New England School of Law
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Room   B   SEQUELS TO WAR AND VIOLENCE

           Developing strategies in Mental Health in a Post War situation
           Feride Rusihiti, Kosovo Rehabilitation Centre For Torture Survivors (KRCT),
           Pristina, Kosovo

           The Post War Society and War Crimes: How Long Does it Take to Recover?
           Zdenka Pantić, International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Survivors Zagreb
           Croatia

           Mental Health And Human Rights Under War Conditions: Some Lessons From
           Iraq
           Ali S. Numan, Baghdad Teaching Hospital, Iraq

           Violence against Kosovar Albanian Women: Stigma and Avoidance of the Court
           Hanna Kienzler, McGill University

           Primo Levi: A Symbol in the Understanding of Human Suffering and Dignità
           Stanislao G. Pugliese, Hofstra University


Room   C   BRAIN IMAGING IN COURT

           Brain SPECT Imaging in Court: Uses and Controversies: PET
           Joseph Wu, University of California, Irvine

           Brain Imaging in Court: Uses and Controversies: SPECT
           Daniel G. Amen, Amen Clinics, Inc. Orange County, USA

           The Forensic Neuropsychiatric Uses and Misuses of Brain Imaging
           Harold Bursztajn, Harvard Medical School

           Brain SPECT Imaging in Court: Uses and Controversies: Broader Perspectives
           Leonti Thompson, Amen Clinics, Inc., Santa Rosa, USA


Room   D   ASPECTS OF SECURITY, HEALTH AND THE LAW

           Legal Aid for Health Professionals: The "Legal First-aid Kit"
           Leopold-Michael Marzi, Vienna General Hospital, Austria

           Gratitude Payment in Medical Practice: A Bird‘s Eye View on the Topic of
           Bribery in Healthcare
           Gabriel Diaconu, Université de Québec à Montréal
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           Language, Responsibility and the Role of Translations in Consultation Services
           Monika Krautgartner, Medical University of Vienna


Room   E   THE ATROCITIES PERPETRATED AGAINST FALUN GONG PRACTITIONERS
           BY THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY IN CHINA AND ABROAD

           The Atrocities Perpetrated against Falun Gong Practitioners by the Chinese
           Communist Party in China and Abroad
           Viviana Galli, China Mental Health Watch, Poughkeepsie, USA

           The Atrocities Perpetrated against Falun Gong Practitioners by the Chinese
           Communist Party in China and Abroad
           Jingduan Yang, Jefferson University

           The Atrocities Perpetrated against Falun Gong Practitioners by the Chinese
           Communist Party in China and Abroad
           Gail Rachlin, Falun dafa Information Centre, New York City, USA

           The Atrocities Perpetrated against Falun Gong Practitioners by the Chinese
           Communist Party in China and Abroad
           Terri E. Marsh, Human Rights Law Foundation

           China, Organ Harvesting and the World Medical Association
           David Matas, University of Manitoba


Room   F   CHILDHOOD-ONSET DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR DISORDERS AND
           LONGITUDINAL DEVELOPMENT INTO ADULTHOOD ANTISOCIAL
           PERSONALITY DISORDER
           Paternal Age and Its Implication for Neurodevelopmental Problems
           Sebastian Lundström, Lund University

           Phenotype Definition for Adult Aggressive Antisociality: The Role of Childhood-
           onset Disruptiveness
           Björn Hofvander, Lund University

           Personality Development on the Basis of Neurodevelopmental Disorders
           Tomas Larson, Lund University

           Neuropsychiatric Disorders, Cognition and Personality in Institutionalized Youths
           Ola Ståhlberg, University of Gothenburgh

           Longitudinal Studies of Psychopathy and Personality Disorders
           Thomas Nilsson, University of Gothenburg
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Room   G   QUESTIONING THE FOUNDATIONS OF FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY: A CROSS-
           DISCIPLINARY APPROACH
           Reduced Accountability as a Function of Psychiatric Disorder: A Study of
           Forensic Psychiatric Assessments
           Pontus Höglund, Rättspsykiatriska kliniken, Malmo, Sweden

           An Ethical Problem: Detainment vs. Treatment
           Bengt Brülde, University of Gothenburg

           Mental Disorder as a Cause of Crime: The Cornerstone of Forensic Psychiatry
           Susanna Radovic, University of Gothenburg

           A "Postpsychiatric" Epistemology and Clinical Practice for Forensic Psychiatry
           Henrik Anckarsäter, University of Gothenburg


Room   H   THE VARIOUS MEANINGS OF TRAUMA I

           Philoctetes Rotting Foot: Sophocles and Pain
           Gary Rosenshield, University of Wisconsin-Madison

           Is "Freedom for the Thought That We Hate" Still the Rule Under the First
           Amendment Today? A Review & A Case Study
           Gerald J. Thain, University of Wisconsin

           Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Veterans and Beyond
           Leonard Kaplan, University of Wisconsin-Madison

           The Spectacle of Suffering: Imagery of Torture in Religious and Political
           Contexts
           Patricia Likos Ricci, Elizabethtown College

           The Practice of Female Genital Circumcision in the Context of Trauma and
           Universal Human Rights
           John O. Ifediora, University of Wisconsin-Platteville


Room   J   PRISON PSYCHIATRY
           The Role of Hospitalization in the Management of Prisoners with Psychopathic
           Disorders
           Norbert Konrad, Charite University Medicine Berlin
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           The Role of Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders and Legal Opportunities in Risk
           Management of Paedosexual Men
           Frank Wendt, Charite University Medicine Berlin

           Predicition of Problem Behavior in Prison using the Level of Service-Inventory-
           Revised
           Vera Schneider-Njepel, Charite University Medicine Berlin

           Predicting and Distinguishing Self-injurious Behavior in Custodial Settings
           Johannes Lohner, Young Offenders’ Institution Neuburg-Herrenwörth,
           Neuburg/Do., Germany



Room   L   PLACE DE L‘ÉDUCATIF DANS L‘ARTICULATION SANTÉ/JUSTICE
           Quelle variabilité clinique à l‘épreuve des variations éducatives, thérapeutiques et
           juridiques
           Philippe Genuit, CeRIAVSIF Paris, France

           De l‘éducatif à l‘accès au soin : une action d‘éducation pour la santé
           Caroline Legendre, Centre de Détention de Melun (77), France

           Situations d‘articulation éducation/santé dans la prise en charge des mineurs
           incarcérés
           Cyrille Canetti, Service Médico-Psychologique Régional Maison d’Arrêt de
           Fleury-Mérogis, Paris, France


Room   M   CULTURAL FORMULATION IN FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY

           Challenges in the Management of African American Clients in Forensic Services
           Thomas Osinowo, University of Toledo

           Concept of Cultural Formulation in Forensic Psychiatry
           Jagannathan Srinivasaraghavan, Southern Illinois University

           Medical Malpractice as Collateral Damage
           Alberto M. Goldwaser, New York University

           Teaching of Cultural Psychiaty
           Antony Fernandez, Virginia Commonwealth University
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                                       2:00 PM

Room   A   SOCIAL SCIENCE INSIGHTS TO IMPROVE LAWYERING

           Counselors-At-Law and Therapeutic Counseling—All Good Intentions Are Not
           Enough: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Science of Human Motivation
           Michael D. Clark, Center for Strength-Based Strategies, Michigan, USA

           "East Side, West Side, All around the Brain: The Role of Cognitive Complexity
           and Emotional Intelligence in the Practice of Therapeutic Jurisprudence Part I
           Patricia Murrell, University of Memphis, Tennessee

           "East Side, West Side, All around the Brain: The Role of Cognitive Complexity
           and Emotional Intelligence in the Practice of Therapeutic Jurisprudence Part II
           Philip Gould, University of Memphis, Tennessee

           Relationship-Centered Lawyering: Social Science Theory for Transforming Legal
           Practice
           Susan Brooks, Drexel University

           A Relationship-Centered Approach to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Child
           Maltreatment: A Model of Practice to Frame Real-World Strategies
           David Boulding, Attorney/Mediator, Port-Coquitlam, Canada


Room   B   CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
           When is a capitally charged client incompetent?
           David Freedman, Federal Public Defender, Arkansas, USA

           Destruction of a Mind: The Effect of Death Row Confinement on Mental
           Condition Evidence
           James G. Connell, III, Devine, Connell & Sheldon, P.L.C., Fairfax, USA

           Domestic Rendition: Waiting for the Executioner
           David L Lewis, Lewis & Fiore Esqs, New York City, USA

           "Killing Fewer, and Killing Carefully": Death Penalty Reform in the People's
           Republic of China
           Russell Stetler, Federal Public Defender, Oakland, USA
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Room   C   PARRICIDE: LEGAL AND CLINICAL ASPECTS
           Treatment Considerations for Adolescent Parricide Offenders and Other Violent
           Youth
           Kathleen M. Heide, University of South Florida

           Adolescent Parricide: Clinical and Legal Aspects
           Carl P. Malmquist, University of Minnesota

           Legal and Psychological Issues in the Assessment of Parricide Perpetrators
           Charles P. Ewing, University of Buffalo

           Psychopathy in Parricide Offenders
           Wade Myers, University of South Florida


Room   D   HISTORICAL CONTROVERSIES INVOLVING JUVENILE OFFENSES

           Life without Parole
           William Bernet, Vanderbilt Forensic Services, Nashville, USA

           Juveniles Sentenced to Life Without Parole: Developmental and Psychiatric
           Considerations
           Diane H. Schetky, University of Vermont

           Successful Rehabilitation of Juvenile Delinquents in New Orleans: The Coloured
           Waifs Home 1907-1933
           Cheryl D. Wills, M.D., Case Western Reserve University


Room   E   DRUGS AND THEIR MISUSE
           Opiophilia and Opiophobia: Can these Polarities in the Management of People
           with Persistent Pain be Reconciled Ethically and Safely?
           Milton L. Cohen, University of New South Wales

           Widening Drug Access and the Legal Regulation of Off-Label Paediatric Drug
           Use for Juvenile Depression in the UK
           Nicola Glover-Thomas, University of Liverpool

           An Investigation into the Relationship between Offending Behaviour, Drug
           Misuse, Drug Treatment and Executive Functioning
           Rebecca Gomm, British Psychological Society, Leicester, UK



Room   G   LEGAL PERSPECTIVES ON DISCRIMINATION
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           Cognitive Psychology, Police Discretion, and the Fourth Amendment
           Donald P. Judges, University of Arkansas

           Language Law and Mental Health
           Harold A. Maio, Consulting psychiatrist, Fort Meyers, USA

           Marriage laws as eugenics for those deemed mentally inferior: Ways to strengthen
           the Loving analogy for same sex marriage advocates
           Stephanie Boys, Indiana University

           American Asylum Law and Human Rights
           William E. Hoffman, Jr., King & Spaldin, Atlanta, USA

           Asylum in the US Based on Sexual Orientation
           Richard G. Dudley


Room   H   INSANITY DEFENSE

           Diminished Capacity, NGRI and the videotaped confession
           Harold Bursztajn, Harvard Medical School

           Judge Bazelon‘s Role in Influencing the Insanity Defense
           Robindra Paul, Private Practice, Cleveland, USA

           Modern Day Insanity Cases: From John Hinckley to Andrea Yeats
           Ryan C. W. Hall, University of South Florida

           A Brief History of the Insanity Defense: Wild Beast to M‘Naughten
           Sara West, Case Western Reserve University

           Can the Insanity Defense be applied to Psychopaths? Can the Insanity Defense be
           applied to Psychopaths?
           Mohan Nair, University of California Los Angeles

           Analysis of Wrongfulness
           Christopher J. Lockey, Oregon Health & Science University



Room   J   MENTAL HEALTH ACTS IN THE UK II
           Has the English Mental Capacity Act 2005 enhanced Patients‘ Rights?
           Paula Scully, Solicitor, Samuel Phillips Law Firm, Newcastle Upon Tyne
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           Exploring the impact of the amended British Mental Health Act on the attitudes
           and practice of mental health practitioners
           Wally Barr, University of Liverpool

           Definitional Changes Following the Mental Health Act 2007: The Legal Impact
           on Mental Health Practitioners in the UK
           Nicola Glover-Thomas, University of Liverpool

           The Mental Capacity Act 2005 Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (England):
           protecting the liberty of people with dementia?
           Geraldine Boyle, University of Bradford



Room   L   EVOLUTIONS DES ARTICULATIONS SANTE/JUSTICE EN FRANCE

           Historique et perspectives des éthiques, des pratiques, en matière d‘articulation
           santé/justice
           Sophie Baron-Laforet, Centre ressource pour intervenants auprès des auteurs de
           violence sexuelle, Ile de France

           Loi(s) avancées ou résistances - Monkey see, monkey do?
           Gérard Laurencin, Service Médico-Psychologique Régional Maison d’Arrêt de
           Seysses, Toulouse, France

           Une clinique de l‘enfermement à l‘épreuve de l‘incarcération
           Charles Casanova, Service Médico-Psychologique Régional maison d’arrêt de
           Bois d’Arcy, Yvelines, France


                                               4:00 PM

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND THE PROFESSIONS

           When the Whole Is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts: Interdisciplinary
           Collaboration in Law and Medicine to Improve the Community's Health
           Charity Scott, Georgia State University

           Medical-Legal Partnership as a Context for Teaching the Therapeutic
           Implications of Interdisciplinary Collaboration
           Liz Tobin Tyler, Roger Williams University

           Lawyers and Judges In Distress: TJ Analysis Why It Matters And How To Fix It
           Amiram Elwork, Kristianstad University
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           The Learned Helpless Lawyer: Clinical Legal Education and Therapeutic
           Jurisprudence as Antidotes to Bartleby Syndrome
           Amy Ronner, St. Thomas University


Room   B   VALIDITY AND USES OF ASSESSMENT SCALES
           Assessing Predictive Validity of the Juvenile-Sex Offender Assessment Protocol
           (J-SOAP) in a Child Welfare
           Robert Prentky, Fairleigh Dickinson University

           Use of a violence prediction tool to prevent patient-initiated aggression on a
           psychiatric intensive care unit
           Diana Clarke, University of Manitoba

           Does the MMPI-2 Assist with the Prediction of Sex Offender Recidivism?
           Gladys Severson, Alberta Hospital Edmonton, Canada

           Decision Making Capacity: Problems with Validity
           Louis C. Charland, University of Western Ontario


Room   C   THE IMPACT OF OFFENDERS ON THE FAMILY AND THE COMMUNITY
           Community Treatment Orders: Is there an Impact on the Quality of Life for
           persons with serious mental illness?
           Deborah Corring, Regional Mental Health Care, London, Canada

           Conditional Release in Western Australia: Effect On Hospital Length Of Stay
           Steven P. Segal, University of California Berkeley

           Deinstitutionalisation and Consequences of Displacement on Family Carers
           Lynda Crowley-Cyr, James Cook University

           Community Treatment Orders and competence to consent
           D. H. Milne, University of Auckland


Room   D   ETHICS CONSULTATION FOR CAPACITY ASSESSMENT IN THE HOSPITAL
           AND THE COURTS

           Reframing Capacity Assessment as an Ethical Issue
           Jeffrey Spike, Florida State University

           Ethics Consultation in Psychiatry
           Karin Esposito, University of Miami
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           Ethics, Capacity Assessment and Psychiatric Practice
           Kenneth W. Goodman, University of Miami

           Committal in New Zealand: Demographic and Clinical Profile and Regional
           Variation
           Anthony J. O'Brien, University of Auckland


Room   E   DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND MENTAL HEALTH: NEXT STEPS FOR
           INTERVENTIONS
           Family Court as a Venue for Suicide Prevention
           Catherine Cerulli, University of Rochester

           Criminal Court Victim's Mental Health Burdens: Next Steps for Interventions
           Karin Rhodes, University of Pennsylvania

           Domestic Violence Interventions: What the Victim Wants
           Melissa E. Dichter, University of Pennsylvania

           The Goddess of Hope and Despair, Domestic Violence and Social Support
           Lyn Francis, The University of Newcastle


Room   F   MENTAL CAPACITY, AUTONOMY AND PROPERTY: THEORY AND
           PRACTICE
           Capacity, Changing Capacity, Mortgages and Elders in Australia
           Fiona Ruth Burns, University of Sydney

           Law Reform, Capacity and Statutory Wills: How to get inside the Testator‘s Head
           Rosalind Croucher, Macquarie University

           Of Families and Forgeries: The Intersection of Capacity and Proving Wills where
           Forgery is Alleged
           John Croucher, Macquarie University

           Property Management Orders in the Mental Health Context: Protection or
           Empowerment?
           Fleur Beaupert, University of Sydney

           Pride & Prejudice: A Story of Sexualities and Instabilities?
           Derek Morgan, Sheffield Law School
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Room   G   QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH EVALUATIONS
           AND REPORTS

           Quality and Quality Improvement in Forensic Mental Health Evaluations in The
           USA
           Robert M. Wettstein, University of Pittsburgh

           Quality Improvement of Forensic Mental Health Evaluations in The Netherlands
           Nils Duits, Netherlands Institute of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology,
           Amsterdam, The Netherlands

           An Instrument for Quality Assessment of Pre-Trial Mental Health Evaluations,
           the STAR (Standardised Assessment of Reports)
           Steven van der Hoorn, Netherlands Institute of Forensic Psychiatry and
           Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

           Quality of Mental Health Evaluations In Scandinavia
           Pål Grøndahl, University of Oslo

           The Dutch National Register of Forensic Experts (NRGD)
           Michel M.A. Smithuis, Netherlands Institute of Forensic Psychiatry and
           Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Room   H   CHALLENGING ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT MEN WHO ABUSE THEIR
           PARTNERS
           Passive Personality Styles in Spousally Violent Men: Addressing their Treatment
           Needs
           Lisa Buys, Forensic Assessment & Community Services Edmonton, Canada

           Adapting the Good Lives Model for Spousal Violence Treatment
           Tom Gorman, Forensic Assessment & Community Services Edmonton, Canada

           Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Spousal Violence Group Treatment for
           Assaultive Men
           Audrey Stuckey, Forensic Assessment & Community Services Edmonton, Canada

           Denial and Treatment Considerations in the Treatment for Assaultive Men
           Andy Benjamin, Forensic Assessment & Community Services Edmonton, Canada
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Room   I   RISK ASSESSMENT AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION IN FORENSIC MENTAL
           HEALTH AND ALLIED SERVICES
           Risk Assessment Methods: Findings from a Systematic Review of Violence
           Prediction
           James McGuire, University of Liverpool

           Interventions to Reduce Violent Behavior: A Meta-Analysis of Medication and
           Psychosocial Outcome Studies
           Maria Leitner, Infotech UK Ltd, Liverpool, UK

           Patterns of Repeated Aggression on In-Patient Psychiatric Units and Sequence of
           Staff Responses
           Wally Barr, University of Liverpool

           Studying Best Practice in the Management of Interpersonal Violence: Developing
           Evidence-Based Recommendations
           Richard Whittington, University of Liverpool


Room   J   PSYCHIATRIC AND CRIMINOLOGICAL ASPECTS AMONG PEOPLE WITH
           SEXUALLY RELATED PROBLEMS - SIX YEARS OF ABSEX
           Pharmacological Treatment of Dangerous Paraphilic Sexual Offenders in Brazil -
           Issues and Controversies
           Danilo Antonio Baltieri, ABC Medical School, Sao Paulo, Brazil

           Substance Abuse and Impulsiveness among Females Convicted of Homicide or
           Robbery
           Ricardo Frenkiel, ABC Medical School, Sao Paulo, Brazil

           Substance Abuse, Impulsiveness and Criminal Problems among Hustlers
           Fernanda Cestaro Prado Cortez, ABC Medical School, Sao Paulo, Brazil

           Neuroticism among Juvenile Sexual Offenders - a Proposal of Typology
           Mery Cândido de Oliveira, ABC Medical School, Sao Paulo, Brazil


Room   L   QUELLES RECHERCHES, QUEL ENCADREMENT POUR LES PAYS À FAIBLE
           ET MOYEN REVENUS?

           Contexte de l‘encadrement éthique de la recherche biomédicale au Bénin
           Marius Kêdoté, Université de Montréal

           Mise en Place du comité d‘éthique pour la Recherche biomédicale au Rwanda
           Jean-Paul Rwabihama, Hôpital Lariboisière, Paris, France
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                            THURSDAY, JULY 2ND, 2009

                                       9:00 AM

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND THE CRIMINAL PROCESS

           Developing New Therapeutic Jurisprudence Practices and Techniques in Criminal
           Defense Lawyering
           David B. Wexler, University of Arizona

           Therapeutic Jurisprudence, the Death Penalty and the Significance of Life
           Egardo Rotman, University of Miami

           The Currency of Capital Punishment: The Extraordinary Toll on Health and Well
           Being in the Absence of Therapeutic Jurisprudence
           Melodee A. Smith, Nova Southeastern University

           Reentry and Resettlement: Getting the Process Aligned with Principles of
           Therapeutic Jurisprudence
           Nancy Wolff, Rutgers University


Room   B   ASSESSING THE VALIDITY OF MEMORY REPORTS IN THE COURTROOM
           What Can Witness Confidence Tell us about the Accuracy of their Memory
           Reports?
           Neil Brewer, Flinders University of South Australia

           The Relationship between Consistency and Accuracy of Eyewitness Testimony
           Ron Fisher, Florida International University

           Discriminating Fact from Fiction in Recovered Memories
           Elke Geraerts, University of St. Andrews

           Legal Implications of Psychological Research on the Validity of Memory Reports
           Greg Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania

           The Reliability of Children‘s Eyewitness Testimony: Good Interviews Make for
           Good Evidence
           Margaret-Ellen Pipe, Brooklyn College, CUNY
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ROOM   C   COMPETENCE TO STAND TRIAL AND THE NATURE OF THE OFFENCE
           Competence to Stand Trial: A Grey Case
           Simon Wilson, Institute of Psychiatry, London UK

           Fitness to Plead: Remake, Remodel
           Nigel Blackwood, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK

           Competence to stand trial and the nature of the offence
           Tim Exworthy, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK

           Competence to stand trial and the seriousness of the charge
           Alec Buchanan, Yale University Medical School


Room   D   EFFECTIVELY MANAGING COMPLEX ETHICAL AND SAFETY ISSUES IN THE
           COMMUNITY SETTING: AN INTEGRATIVE ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING
           PROCESS FOR CAPACITY, INTEGRATION AND SUSTAINABILITY

           An Ethical Approach for Safety and Risk in Community Based Health Care –
           Building Ethical Capacity and Sustainability
           Inta Bregzis, WWCCAC, Waterloo, Canada

           Application of a Systematic Ethical Decision-making Framework to a Complex
           Community-Based Situation
           Joseph Chandrakanthan, University of Toronto

           The Right to Self-Governance and Power Structures and Influences in
           Community-Based Care Delivery
           Edgardo Perez, Homewood Health Centre, Guelph, Canada

           Making Sound Ethical Decisions throughout the Health Care Continuum
           Steve Abdool, University of Toronto


Room   E   MY SPACE' AND TREATMENT SPACE: A PRACTITIONERS GUIDE TO
           SOCIAL NETWORKING AND INTERNET SEARCHES

           Tips for Therapists and Patients Navigating Cyberspace
           Rita Hargrave, University of California, Davis

           The Cyber Generation of Children and the Child Psychiatrists Who Treat Them
           Sarghi Sharma, University of Texas
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           Internet Searches and Social Networking in Forensic Mental Health Assessment
           Tracy D. Gunter, University of Iowa

           Legal Implications of Provider‘s Searching and Blogging in the Therapeutic
           Space
           Nicolas P. Terry, Saint Louis University School of Law

           Child Internet Victimization: Project Development & Preliminary Results
           Robert Prentky, Fairleigh Dickinson University


Room   F   THE VEXED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PSYCHIATRY AND THE LAW
           The Clinical, Legal and Ethical Roles of Psychiatrists in the Late Termination of
           Pregnancy in Australasia
           Kirsty Morris, University of Sydney

           The Danger in Dangerousness: Why the Obligatory "Risk of Harm" Criterion for
           Involuntary Treatment Should be Removed from Mental Health Acts
           Chris Ryan, University of Sydney

           Psychiatrists and Social Justice
           Michael Robertson, University of Sydney

           Waiving Constitutional Rights in U.S. Death Penalty Cases: Suicide by Court?
           Richard Martinez, University of Colorado Denver

           Assessing Competence to Represent Oneself: A New Forensic Psychiatric Task?
           Hy Bloom, Ontario Review Board, Toronto, Canada


Room   G   CERTAINTY AND EXPERT MENTAL HEALTH OPINIONS IN LEGAL
           PROCEEDINGS

           ―Certainty‖ and Expert Mental Health Opinions in Legal Proceedings: A Research
           Study
           Michael Lamport Commons, Harvard Medical School

           ―Certainty‖ and Expert Mental Health Opinions in Legal Proceedings: A Research
           Study: An Ethical Perspective
           Donald Meyer, Harvard Medical School

           ―Certainty‖ and Expert Mental Health Opinions in Legal Proceedings: Practical
           Applications
           Donna Norris, Harvard Medical School
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           Expert Opinion in the SVP Courtroom: Smoke, Mirrors, and (maybe) Science
           Robert Prentky, Fairleigh Dickinson University

           Discussant
           Thomas Gutheil, Harvard Medical School


Room   H   CHILD VICTIMIZATION: RESEARCH ON SEXUAL ASSAULT, ABDUCTION,
           AND HOMICIDE

           Criminal Histories of Child Abductors
           James O. Beasley, FBI National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime,
           Quantico, USA

           False Allegations of Child Abduction
           Kathleen E. Canning, FBI National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime,
           Quantico, USA

           Internet-Related Child Sexual Exploitation
           Jennifer D. Eakin, FBI National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime,
           Quantico, USA

           Behavioral Analysis Manual: Glossary Of Terms
           James T. Clemente, FBI National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime,
           Quantico, USA


Room   I   REJECTION AND SHAME IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

           The Shame Response to Rejection
           Herbert E. Thomas, New York City, USA

           ―The Shame Response to Rejection‖ as a Treatment Modality in Psychotherapy
           Abraham L. Halpern, New York Medical College

           Shame and Social Pain: Mechanisms of Rejection and its consequences
           Maurice Preter, Columbia University


Room   J   TECHNOLOGY, LAW AND DISABILITY

           Psychiatric Imagery: Corporate Construction of Minds Through Pharmaceutical
           Advertising And Proposed Responses
           Patricia Peppin, Queen’s University
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           Beyond The Body: Law and The Regulation Of Enhancement Technologies
           Belinda Bennett, University of Sydney

           Determining Disability: Lessons from The Reproductive Context
           Roxanne Mykitiuk, Osgoode Hall Law School

           Influencing, Informing or Enforcing: The Role of Law in Defining Disability in
           the Genetic Counseling Context
           Isabel Karpin, University of Sydney

           Border Zones: Conceptualising 'Serious Disability' In End-Of-Life Decisions for
           Children
           Kristin Savell, University of Sydney


Room   L   ISOLEMENT ET CONTENTIONS : ETAT DES LIEUX
           Droits fondamentaux en psychiatrie et encadrement légal des mesures de contrôle:
           l‘exemple problématique de la contention chimique
           Emmanuelle Bernheim, Université de Montréal

           Pratiques infirmières lors d‘épisode d‘isolement
           Caroline Larue, Université de Sherbrooke

           Les balises à l'utilisation des mesures de contrôle pour promouvoir la prévention
           et favoriser une réduction du recours exceptionnel à ces mesures
           Geneviève Ménard, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           Perception de l‘agressivité et la gestion de la violence en santé mentale
           Alexandre Dumais, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, Montreal, Canada

           Prévention et gestion des comportements agressifs en milieu psychiatrique:
           Catégories de savoirs à acquérir chez le personnel soignant
           Éric Ahern, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières


                                               11:00 AM

Room   A   INVESTIGATIVE INTERVIEWING: A THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENTIAL
           APPROACH
           Training Police to Interview Suspects in a Humane Way: Any Success?
           Ray Bull, University of Leicester

           Police Interviewing Styles and Victims‘ Well Being
           Ronald Fisher, Florida International University
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           Psychological Well-Being, Humanity and Dominance in Police Interviews;
           Causes and Effects
           Ulf Holmberg, Kristianstad University College

           The Psychology of Rapport: Five Fundamental Rules for a Successful
           Investigative Interview
           Michel St-Yves, Sûreté du Québec


Room   B   ACTUAL ASPECTS OF FORENSIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

           The Role of Special Outpatient Clinics within Mandatory Supervision in Germany
           Steffen Lau, Charite University Medicine Berlin

           Intramural Psychotherapy for ―Other Dangerous Offenders‖: Experiences of the
           Kiel Therapy Programme for Violent Offenders
           Christian Huchzermeier, University of Kiel

           Involuntary Psychotherapy: A Contradiction?
           Susanne Goering, University of Magdeburg

           Actual Aspects of Suicide Prevention in Prisons and Jails
           Norbert Konrad, Charite University Medicine Berlin

           Malingering in the Forensic Field: A Retrospective Evaluation over 39
           Individuals Evaluated in the Chilean Medical Legal Service, Over a Period of Six
           Years
           Inge Onetto Muñoz, Servicio Medico Legal de Chile, Capreneda, Chile


Room   C   RECENT RESEARCH ON MINORITIES
           An Examination of the Mental Health & Relationship Effects of the
           Internalization of Engendered Racial Stereotypes and Myths on Black Women
           Huberta Jackson-Lowman, Florida A&M University

           What is a Traditional Family in African American Communities?
           Kale Woods, Mercer University

           Therapy for Migrants from Eastern Europe -Experience in an Outpatient
           Psychiatric Clinic
           Werner Platz, Vivantes- Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic II, Berlin, Germany
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           Alternate Models for Legal and Clinical Management of Families in Crisis and
           Children in Need of Aid
           Lisa Rieger, Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc., Anchorage, USA


Room   D   ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
           Philosophical Justice Foundations for ADR
           Dale Dewhurst, Athabasca University

           Conflict Prevention & Dispute Avoidance Through Teambuilding—Can it be
           Transferred to Legal/Medical teams?
           Bhushan S. Agharkar, Comprehensive Psychiatric Services of Atlanta, Georgia,
           USA

           Dialectics & Dispute Resolution: Does Court Annexed Mediation Institutionalize
           the Alternative?
           Daniel Yamshon, National Commercial Panel of the American Arbitration
           Association Sacramento, USA


Room   E   DIMENSIONS OF COMPETENCY
           Restricted Involuntary Treatment Orders: Sentencing the Psychiatrically
           Disordered Offender
           Danielle Andrewartha, Monash University

           Overlooked Issues of Language Processing Competence in Court
           Anna Scherzer, Forensic Psychiatrist, Phoenix, USA

           The Abolition of the Insanity Defence: A Necessary Development for Legal
           Clarity and Intellectual Honesty
           James Grant, University of the Witwatersrand

           Gender Differences in Diagnoses of Mentally Disordered Offenders
           Jenny Yourstone, Centre for Violence Prevention, Topeka, USA


Room   F   DISABILITY AND DISCRIMINATION
           Intellectual Disability in New Zealand: Is the Court System fit to take a plea?
           Tony Ellis, Barrister, Wellington, New Zealand

           The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
           Tina Minkowitz, Center for the Human Rights of Users and Survivors of
           Psychiatry, Albany, USA
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           Reconciling Inclusion and Nondiscrimination
           Lynda E. Frost, University of Texas at Austin

           Mental Health as a Human Right
           Lance Gable, Wayne State University


Room   L   MÉDECINE LÉGALE ET EXPERTISE PSYCHIATRIQUE

           Evaluation des déclarations d‘abus sexuels des enfants : Étude comparative des
           méthodes intuitive, clinique et standardisée
           Gérard Niveau, Centre Universitaire Romand de Médecine Légale

           Les difficultés du syndrome de Ganser, à propos d‘un cas au pénitencier de
           Guyane
           Florent Trape, Service de Médecine Légale

           Le « plaider coupable » français : quel sentiment de justice chez les prévenus
           passant en audience de « comparution sur reconnaissance préalable de culpabilité
           »?
           Nathalie Przygodzki-Lionet, Université de Lille 3

           Prélèvement d‘organe à but thérapeutique et mort violente
           Rémi Costagliola, Service de Médecine Légale

           La requête en examen psychiatrique obligatoire au service d'un usager et d'une
           équipe multidisciplinaire
           Louis E. Dubois, CSSSGatineau, Canada



                                              2:00 PM

Room   A   SCIENCE NOT MYTH AS INVESTIGATIVE TOOL IN RAPE CASES: A
           THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE PERSPECTIVE

           Criminalizing the Sex-Buyer as a Proactive Means, and Rape Law Based on
           Coercion as an Obstacle, to Gender Equality
           Christian Diesen, Stockholm University

           False Rape Allegations - Myth or Reality?
           Eva L. Diesen, Stockholm University

           Different Systems, Similar Outcomes? Tracking Attrition in Reported Rape Cases
           in Eleven Countries
           Liz Kelly, London Metropolitan University
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           Mandatory Arrest Policies' Failure in Intimate Partner Sexual Violence: A
           Therapeutic Jurisprudence Analysis
           Leonore M. J. Simon, East Tennessee State University


Room   B   THE VARIOUS MEANINGS OF TRAUMA II
           Competing Accounts of Mental Illness and their Implications
           Francis K Schrag, University of Wisconsin-Madison

           The Roots of Historical Consciousness and the Law in Homer‘s Iliad Homer‘s
           Iliad
           Gabriel R. Ricci, Elizabethtown College

           Psychological Trauma and Criminal Jurisprudence
           Reid G. Fontaine, University of Arizona

           Conjuring Transcendence: Karl Barth‘s Response to Modern German Trauma
           Culture
           Rudy Koshar, University of Wisconsin-Madison

           Theology and Trauma: Freud and Scholem on Monotheism and Mysticism
           Jerome E. Copulsky, Goucher College


Room   C   RISK ASSESSMENT IN PENAL INSTITUTIONS
           The ―Prognosezentrum‖: A Centralized, Multiprofessional Approach to Risk
           Assessment in Male Offenders in the German Legal System
           Susanne Brandler, JVA Hannover, Germany

           Optimization of Standardized Risk Assessment in the Penal System of Lower
           Saxony
           Eberhard Heering , Charite University Medicine Berlin

           The Current Practice of Risk-assessment in Forensic Hospitals in Germany
           Uwe Dönisch-Seidel, Forensic Psychologist in Private Practice, Ministry of
           Health, Dusseldorf, Germany

           Risk Assessment and Management in a Forensic Psychiatric Clinic
           Guntram Knecht, Klinikum Nord, Hamburg, Germany

           Risk Assessment in Outpatient Offender Treatment: Challenges by a New Law in
           Germany
           Herbert Steinböck, Klinikum Haar, Munich, Germany
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Room   D   MITIGATION AND CULTURE IN CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
           The Common-Sense Nature of Mitigation
           Jackie Page, Federal Defender Organization of Southern District of Alabama,
           USA

           Culture in Capital Cases
           Jesse Cheng, University of California Irvine

           Role of Social Histories in Capital Case Defense in the United States
           Scharlette Holdman and Holly Jackson, Center for Capital Assistance, San
           Francisco, USA

           Explaining Culture to Save Your Client‘s Life
           Jacqueline K. Walsh, Walsh & Larranaga, Seattle, USA

           The Mitigation Story: A First Step on the Road to Restorative Justice?
           Carlos Williams, Federal Defender Organization Southern District of Alabama,
           Mobile, USA

Room   L   INTERVENTIONS DES FORCES DE L‘ORDRE               ET COMPORTEMENTS DES
           CITOYENS

           Impact d‘une augmentation de la répression policière sur le bilan routier
           Montréalais
           Isabelle Beaudoin, Université de Montréal

           Quand la police fait augmenter le crime : évaluation d'une opération policière
           proactive
           Rémi Boivin Université de Montréal

           L‘effet sur les collisions avec blessures du relâchement dans l‘émission de
           constats d‘infraction par les policiers
           Etienne Blais, Université de Montréal

           Effet des législations entourant le contrôle des armes à feu sur les homicides et les
           suicides au Canada
           Marie-Pier Gagné, Université de Montréal

                                                4:00 PM

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND SOCIAL CHANGE

           Treaty obligations, Mental Health, Maori and Therapeutic Jurisprudence
           Valmaine Toki, University of Auckland
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           Quiet Riots in the Courts: Therapeutic Jurisprudence on Urban Terrain
           Donald Jones, University of Miami

           Western Legal Systems in a Sustainable Multicultural Society
           Alex de Savornin Lohman, Civil Attorney Utrecht, The Netherlands

           Unrestricted Public Interest (Maslahah Mursalah): A Therapeutic Principle of
           Islamic Jurisprudence
           Muhammad Ahmad Munir, International Islamic University

           On Law and Responsiveness to Suffering
           Ya’ir Ronen, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev


Room   B   DOES GOOD PSYCHIATRIC PRACTICE DEPEND ON CULTURE?
           SAKURA, A PROJECT ON SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT IN FINLAND AND
           JAPAN
           Overview of the "Sakura"
           Grigori Joffe, Helsinki University Hospital, Helsinki, Finland

           Legislation and Guidelines on Seclusion and Restraint
           Päivi Soininen, Kellokoski Hospital, Tuusula, Finland

           Staff Attitudes and the Use of Seclusion and Restraint
           Eila Sailas, Kellokoski Hospital, Tuusula, Finland

           Content of Nursing Care during the Seclusion and Restraint Process
           Maarit Kinnunen, Helsinki University Hospital, Helsinki, Finland

           Decision Making on Initiating Seclusion and Restraint
           Tero Laiho, Aurora Hospital, Helsinki, Finland

           Are there Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint?
           Raija Kontio, Kellokoski Hospital, Tuusula, Finland


Room   C   APPROACHES TO RISK MANAGEMENT IN EMERGENCY, TRIAGE, AND
           ACUTE CARE SETTINGS
           Developing Clinical Practice Guidelines for Violence Risk Assessment in Mental
           Health Triage: A Systematic Review
           Natisha Sands, University of Melbourne

           The Acutely Agitated Emergency Department Presentation
           Jonathan Knott, Royal Melbourne Hospital
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           Responding to Aged Abuse in Acute Health Care: Whose Responsibility?
           Lynette Joubert, University of Melbourne

           Minimising Mechanical Restraint in Acute Health
           Cathy Daniel, University of Melbourne

           Responsiveness: Minimizing Risk and Promoting Users‘ Rights in Mental Health
           Triage
           Tristan Vasquez, University of Melbourne

           ―Uncertain risk for safety?‖: Adapting the Canadian Emergency Department
           Triage Acuity Scale for mental health presentations
           Diana Clarke, University of Manitoba


Room   D   ESTABLISHING A FORENSIC SECTION IN AN ACADEMIC PSYCHIATRY
           DEPARTMENT TO ADDRESS PSYCHIATRIC NEEDS IN LEGAL OFFICES

           Temple's Forensic Medicine Institute
           Steven Todd Gold, Temple University

           Establishing a forensic section in an academic psychiatry department to address
           psychiatric needs in legal offices
           David Baron, Temple University School of Medicine

           Proposed Field of expertise within Temple‘s Forensic Medicine Institute
           Sandra Wang, University of Pennsylvania

           Major Depressive Disorder in United States Lawyers
           Steven A. Ager, Temple University

           The Disabled Lawyers Have Arrived: Are They Welcomed With Open Arms Into
           The Legal Profession? An Emperical Study Of The Disabled Lawyer
           Donald H. Stone, Northern Illinois University


Room   E   THE EFFECT OF NEW LEGISLATION FOR MENTALLY DISORDERED
           OFFENDERS IN JAPAN

           Japan's CTO Under The Insufficient Psychiatric Community Services
           Saburo Matsubara, Matsubara Hospital, Kanazawa, Japan

           Short Length Of Stay In Secure Units, And Low Re-Offending Rate In Japan
           Yagi Fukashi, Higashi-Owari National Hospital, Japan
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           Protection Of Human Rights Under Japan‘s Legislation For Mentally Disordered
           Offenders
           Miwa Kojimoto, National Institute of Mental Health, Tokyo, Japan

           Various Legal Problems Of The Act For The Medical Treatment And Supervision
           Of Insane And Quasi-Insane Persons Who Caused Serious Harm
           Teruyuki Yamamoto, Meijigakuin University


Room   L   LA DÉLINQUANCE CHEZ LES ADOLESCENTS

           Modes d'entrée, d'installation et de sortie de la délinquance à l'adolescence
           Marguet-Guillen Maud, University of Auckland

           Evaluation du risque chez l'adolescent: théorie, pratique et recherche
           Tiziana Costi, Institut Philippe-Pinel, Montreal, Canada

           Elaborations psychiques d‘adolescents délinquants récidivistes
           Gaillard Bernard, Psychologiste, Paris, France

           Vérification de la réponse à la thérapie multi-systémique dans les sujets
           diagnostiqués avec le trouble des conduites et de traits appelés callous-
           unemotional
           Ugo Sabatello, Sapienza Université de Rome

           Délinquants dangereux à contrôler au Québec: la loi, l‘évaluation psychologique
           et le juge
           Bernard Poulin, Institut Philippe Pinel


                              FRIDAY, JULY 3RD, 2009

                                                9:00 AM

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND HEALTH LAW

           Therapeutic Jurisprudence in the NICU
           Josh E. Perry, Vanderbilt University

           Irrationality at the Bedside: The Lessons of Baby Doe
           Marybeth Herald, Thomas Jefferson School of Law

           Negotiating Tragic Choices: The Baby Doe Regulations As Morality Tale
           Ellen Waldman, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
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           Discussant
           Julie Greenberg, Thomas Jefferson School Of Law


Room   B   SPORT SCIENCE, MENTAL HEALTH AND THE LAW

           Transcultural Aspects of Sport and Doping
           Zhu Li Jing, University of Vienna

           Doping Control in the Olympics: Past, Present and Future
           David Baron, Temple University School of Medicine

           Legal and Ethical Considerations in Professional Football: The Bossman Case
           Alexander Wenzel, University of Leuven

           Optimizing Performance or Caring about Athletes‘ Mental Health : Contradictory
           Aims in Counseling High Elite Athletes?
           Sabine Würth, Universitaet Wien


Room   C   TRANSFORMING INDIVIDUALS AND COMMUNITIES THROUGH
           RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
           Awakening Communities to Seek Restorative Justice by Involving Volunteers to
           Help Young Offenders, Families and Crime Victims
           Mary E. White, Yuma County Attorney’s Office, USA

           Adolescent Self-Image, Recidivism and Restorative Justice
           Sherri McCarthy, Northern Arizona University-Yuma

           The Faith and Art of Restorative Justice: Philadelphia‘s Community Murals as
           Creative Alternatives in Juvenile Justice
           Maureen O'Connell, Fordham University

           Restorative Conferencing for Youth Crimes: Repairing Harm & Preventing Re-
           Offending
           Jessalyn Nash, American Humane Association, Englewood, USA



Room   D   MENTAL HEALTH ACTS IN THE UK

           Health, Wellbeing, Social Inclusion and the Mental Health (Care and Treatment)
           (Scotland) Act 2003
           Lynne Edwards, Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland, Edinburgh
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           The Content of Advance Statements as Introduced in the Mental Health (Care and
           Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003
           Jacquie Reilly, University of Glasgow

           The Use of the 'Impaired Ability' Criteria for Compulsory Treatment in the
           Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003
           Jacqueline Atkinson, University of Glasgow

           The Objective Medical Expertise of Psychologists in UK Mental Health
           Legislation
           John L. Taylor, Northumbria University

           Psychological Models of Mental Disorder, Human Rights, and Compulsory
           Mental Health Care in the Community
           Peter Kinderman, University of Liverpool

           Should non-medical professionals assume legal responsibility for detained
           patients?
           Bruce T. Gillmer, Northumberland Tyne & Wear NHS Trust, UK


Room   E   REPARATIONS FOR INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS

           Reparations and Compensation (Psychological Damages) for Loss of Indigenous
           Property Rights in Australia
           Margaret Stephenson, University of Queensland

           Mental Health Reparations: An Essential Measure for Restoring the Dignity of
           Indigenous Peoples
           Federico Lenzerini, University of Siena

           Can We Extend Moral Rights in Copyright as Part of Stolen Generation
           Reparations?
           Barbara Ann Hocking, University of Tasmania


Room   F   CURRENT ISSUES IN PSYCHOPATHY

           Quality of life (QoL) among Individuals with Different Criminal Trajectories.
           Marie Väfors Fritz, Centre for Health Equity Studies, Stockholm, Sweden

           The examination of the relationship between aggression and anxiety in female
           psychopaths
           Courtney J. Hughs, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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           Psychopathy: Stability and change over the life-course
           Henrik Andershed, Örebro University

           Psychopathy and Disruptive Behavioural Disorders
           E.M. Scholte, Leiden University

Room   L   LES TROUBLES MENTAUX CHEZ LES CRIMINELS

           Dépistage des troubles mentaux et risques suicidaires dans les établissements de
           détention de courte durée
           Denis Lafortune, Université de Montréal

           Courtes détentions et programmes correctionnels pour les personnes présentant
           des problèmes de santé mentale
           Brigitte Blanchard, Université de Montréal

           Modèle de développement des agresseurs sériels
           Florence Castandet, Unité de Recherche Némésis, France

           Homicide intra-familial du malade mental et processus de deuil
           Frédéric Millaud, Institut Philippe Pinel, Montreal, Canada

           Gestion du Risque d‘Automutilation Chez un Groupe de Femmes Délinquantes
           Hospitalisées en Milieu Psychiatrique Sécuritaire
           Richard Lusignan, Institut Philippe Pinel, Montréal, Canada


                                               2:00 PM

Room   A   THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND HEALTH CARE POLICY

           Therapeutic Jurisprudence (TJ) and Public Health: Lessons from the Field
           Nadav Davidovtich, Ben Gurion University

           A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Framework for Health Care Policy-Making
           Amy T. Campbell, University of Rochester

           Law as Therapy, Therapy as Public Policy: Ethical Comforts – and Challenges –
           in the Rise of Therapeutic Jurisprudence
           Karin Esposito and Kenneth W. Goodman, University of Miami

           A Coordinated Response to Elder Abuse
           Sherry Van de Veen, Judge, Alberta, Canada
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Room   B   PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION FOR BATTERED WOMEN IN JAILS AND
           PRISONS
           Do the New Problem Solving Courts for the Mentally Ill Work?
           Lenore Walker, Nova Southeastern University Center for Psychological Studies

           The Misdemeanor Mental Health Court Can Assist the Mentally Ill to be More
           Productive
           Ginger Lerner-Wren, Misdemeanor Mental Health Court, Broward County, USA

           Felony Mental Health Courts are Different from Misdemeanor Mental Health
           Courts
           Gretchen Lamendola, Nova Southeastern University Center for Psychological
           Studies

           Is Treatment for the Seriously Mentally Ill Possible in Jails and Prisons?
           Jeannie Brooks, Nova Southeastern University Center for Psychological Studies

           Can Treatment for PTSD and BWS in Jail Assist them in Recovery?
           Kelley Gill, Nova Southeastern University Center for Psychological Studies


Room   C   ADOLESCENTS: CAPACITY AND CONSENT TO TREATMENT: THE
           CLINICAL AND LEGAL DILEMMAS
           The Development of a Guide for the Assessment of Capacity to Consent to
           Treatment in Young People in Ontario, Canada
           Rose Geist, University of Toronto

           Capacity Assessment and Involuntary Treatment of Child and Adolescent Patients
           with Eating Disorders: The Ontario Legal Experience
           Pier Bryden, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada

           Involuntary Treatment of Child and Adolescent Patients with Eating Disorders:
           The Ontario Legal Experience
           Cathleen Steinegger, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada

           From Age to Capacity: Are We There Yet? Part 1
           Bernard Starkman and Joaquin Zuckerberg, Consent and Capacity Board,
           Toronto, Canada


Room   D   TELEPSYCHIATRY AND PUBLIC POLICY
           Telepsychiatry and Public Policy
           Kenneth Busch, Illinois Psychiatric Society, Chicago, USA
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           Telepsychiatry: Issues in Occupational Health and Community Mental Health
           Carroll Cradock, Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago, USA

           Telepsychiatry and Telecourt
           Meryl Camin Sosa, Illinois Psychiatric Society, Chicago, USA

           Telepsychiatry and Public Policy
           Jagannathan Srinivasaraghavan, Southern Illinois University


Room   E   TREATMENT OF JUVENILE AND ADULT OFFENDERS ADMITTED TO
           FORENSIC HOSPITALS IN GERMANY
           Antisocial Offenders Benefit from Forensic Treatment Most of All
           A. Wettermann, University of Rostock

           Individualized Psychological Diagnostics and Interventions Reduce Costs for
           Forensic Treatment: Data from a German Study
           Frau Kupke, University of Rostock

           Therapy of Addicted Delinquents
           Dirk Tardel, University of Rostock

           Effects of Treatment for Juvenile Offenders: Data from a German Psychiatric
           Hospital
           Frank Haessler, University of Rostock

           Effects of Self-Initiative vs. Shared-Initiative vs. Forced-Entry into an Open
           Adolescent Drug Abuse Treatment Program in Germany
           Olaf Reis, University of Rostock


Room   L   DROITS FONDAMENTAUX EN PSYCHIATRIE ET ENCADREMENT LÉGAL DES
           MESURES DE CONTRÔLE
           Bilan d'un lendemain de révolution sur le chemin de l'élimination des mesures de
           contrôle
            Louis Letellier de St-Just, Hôpital Rivières-des-Prairies, Canada

           Définition de critères pour une éthique dans la prise en charge palliative des
           maladies chroniques neurologiques sévères
           Annaik Feve, Hopital Leopold Bellan, Paris, France

           Droits fondamentaux et soins: Pistes de réflexions nationales et internationals
           Jocelin Lecomte, CRDI Lisette-Dupras, CRDI Gabrielle-Major et CRDI de
           l'Ouest de Montréal, Canada
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                                              4:00 PM
Room   A   CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
           OF A NATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM ON WORKING WITH
           PERSONALITY DISORDER IN ENGLAND
           Developing National Personality Disorder Training Frameworks in England: The
           influence of a changing policy context
           Eddie Kane, Personality Disorder Institute, Nottingham, England

           Developing National Personality Disorder Training in England: An Integrated
           Conceptual Framework
           Neil Gordon, Personality Disorder Institute, Nottingham, England

           Developing National Personality Disorder Training in England: Implementation
           and Service Outcomes
           Rex Haigh, Personality Disorder Institute, Nottingham, England

           Developing National Personality Disorder Training in England: Authentic Service
           User Involvement
           Kath Lovell, Personality Disorder Institute, Nottingham, England

           Developing National Personality Disorder Training in England: Meeting Multi-
           agency Training Needs
           Victoria Essler, Personality Disorder Institute, Nottingham, England


Room   B   THE JAIL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE: PUBLIC HEALTH
           RESPONSIBILITIES AND OPPORTUNITIES
           The Role of Psychiatry
           Bruce H. David, Nassau University Medical Center

           Treating Axis II Disorder in Jail
           Michele Galietta, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

           Connecting with the Community
           James Capoziello, Nassau University Medical Center

           The Effects of Substance Abuse in Jail on Public Health
           Kamil Jaghab, Nassau University Medical Center
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Room   C   DIFFICULT SELF-REPRESENTED ACCUSED AND THE RIGHT TO SELF-
           REPRESENTATION: CLINICAL AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS

           Difficult Self-Represented Accused and the Right to Self-Representation: Clinical
           and Legal Considerations
           Hy Bloom, Ontario Review Board, Toronto, Canada

           Mental Competence and Self-Representation in the U.S. Legal System
           Mark Stancil, Robbins, Russell, Englert, Orseck, Untereiner & Sauber LLP, New
           York City, USA

           Competence to Represent Oneself at Trial: Beyond Dusky
           David Reiser, Zuckerman Spaeder LLP, Washington, USA

           The Fit but Mentally Disordered Self-Represented Accused
           Richard D. Schneider, Ontario Court of Justice, Toronto, Canada


Room   D   RESEARCH AND PRACTICE: CHALLENGES AND SUCCESSES IN
           KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER AND EXCHANGE IN MENTAL HEALTH

           Participatory Action to Address Housing and Homelessness Issues related to
           Mental Illness
           Cheryl Forchuk, University of Western Ontario

           Knowledge Transfer and Exchange: Issues and Challenges for Mental Health
           Research and Practice
           Evelyn Vingilis, University of Western Ontario

           A Program to Enhance Capacity in Mental Health Services Research: The
           Consortium for Applied Research and Evaluation in Mental Health
           Stephen State, University of Western Ontario

           Using Client Characteristic and Outcome Data to Tell the ACT Story in Ontario
           Steve Lurie, CMHA Toronto Branch, Canada


Room   E   THE MORAL CONSEQUENCES OF TORTURE

           Torture‘s Moral Morass
           Wanda Teays, Mount St. Mary’s College

           Torture and the Problem of Dirty Hands
           Steven W. Patterson, Marygrove College
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           Torture and Social Psychology
           R. Dillon Emerick, Palomar College

           False Dilemmas and the Morality of Interrogational Torture
           Mohammed Abed, University of Wisconsin-Madison


                          SATURDAY, JULY 4TH , 2009

                                      9:00 AM


Room   A   CURRENT MENTAL HEALTH LEGISLATION IN SOUTH AFRICA -
           CHALLENGES WITH IMPLEMENTATION IN GAUTENG
           Reviewing of Acute 72-Hour Assessment in a General Hospital
           Janse Ven Rensburg, University of Witwatersrand

           Management of Violence in Two Specialist Psychiatric Hospitals in
           Johannesburg, South Africa
           Rita G. M. Thom, University of Witwatersrand

           Forensic Assessments at Sterkfontein Psychiatric Hospital
           Ugash Subramaney, University of Witwatersrand

           Mental Health Review Boards and Administrative Challenges
           M. Yusuf Moosa, University of Witwatersrand

           Research in the Mentally Ill and Other Vulnerable Groups: Legal Developments
           and Ethical Implications in South Africa
           Tuviah Zabow, University of Cape Town


Room   B   THE CRIMINALIZATION OF PERSONS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS: UPDATING
           AND REFINING THE CONSTRUCT

           Mental Illness and Substance Abuse in Explaining Urban Jail Admission and
           Length of Stay
           Jeffrey Draine, University of Pennsylvania

           From the Asylum to the Prison III: The Changing Demographics
           Bernard Harcourt, University of Chicago
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           The "Criminalization" of Mental Illness: Fact, Fiction ...or Maybe Both
           John Junginger, VA Central Iowa Health Care System, De Moines, USA

           Adult Profiles by Gender of Survivors of Childhood Trauma under Community
           Criminal Justice Supervision
           Nahama Broner, RTI International, New York City, USA

           Discussant
           Stephen State, University of Western Ontario


Room   C   ADVANCING THE CARE OF PEOPLE WHO ATTEMPT SUICIDE OR SELF
           HARM: CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH FINDINGS AND PRACTICE
           DEVELOPMENT
           Working with the Suicidal Person: How the Multiple Meanings of Suicidality
           Inform Professional Practice
           Chris Stevenson, Dublin City University

           Engaging Men in Research on Service Improvement around Sensitive Issues:
           Some Insights from a Study on Suicidal Behaviour amongst Young People in
           Northern Ireland
           Joanne Jordan, Queen’s University

           Understanding the Risk of Suicide Associated with Recent Discharge
           Paul Links, University of Toronto

           Collaborative Approach to Working with Clients who Practice Self Harm
           Renay Bajkay, Coast Mental Health, Vancouver, Canada

           A Multi-method Study of the Practice of ‗Close Observations‘ in a United States
           Acute Psychiatry Setting
           John Cutcliffe, University of Texas


Room   D   QUEENSLAND'S MENTAL HEALTH COURT: AN INNNOVATIVE AND
           UNIQUE SYSTEM FOR DETERMINATION OF THE INSANITY DEFENCE
           AND MANAGEMENT OF FORENSIC PATIENTS

           Queensland‘s Mental Health Court: History and Processes
           Anthe I. Philippides, Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia

           The Role of the Assisting Psychiatrists: The Queensland Mental Health Court
           Joan M. Lawrence, University of Queensland
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           Insane or Intoxicated? How Queensland‘s Mental Health Court Deals with the
           Issues of Intoxication in Relation to Mentally Ill Offenders
           Ness McVie, Mental Health Court, Queensland, Australia

           The Role of the Mental Health Review Tribunal under the Queensland Mental
           Health Act
           Margaret Stephenson, University of Queensland

           Shifting the Focus: Acknowledging The Rights Of Victims Of Mentally Ill Offenders
           Through Legislative Change
           Jay Hendricks, Queensland Health Victim Support Service, Brisbane, Australia

           Diminished Responsibility: Defining Abnormality of Mind
           Francis T. Varghese, University of Queensland


Room   E   MENTAL HYGIENE
           Cruel Solutions: Forced Administration of Psychotropic Drugs through a
           Nasogastric Tube
           Dennis B. Feld, Mental Hygiene Legal Service, Long Island, USA

           Involuntary Maintenance Shock Treatment: Fine Lines Separate Terror, Torture
           and Treatment
           Kim L. Darrow, Mental Hygiene Legal Service, Long Island, USA

           Iatrogenic Injury in Psychiatry
           Peter Stastny, South Beach Psychiatric Center, Staten Island, USA


Room   F   DETENTION UNDER A HOSPITAL ORDER (TBS): MEDICAL TREATMENT
           WITH OR WITHOUT CONDITIONS IN THE NETHERLANDS

           Ultrarapid Metabolisers Are Overrepresented in Court-Ordered Psychotic Patients
           Carel de Blécourt, University of Tilburg

           The Use and Benefit of TBS with Conditions
           Sophie Kokken, TBS Centre Kijvelanden, Rhoon, The Netherlands

           Common Variables in the Assessment of the Treatment Outcome: The Court and
           the Expert Aligned
           Max Westerborg, Tilburg University

           Discrimination of Two Different Forms of Impulsive Violent Behavior in Men
           with an Impulsive Offence
           Rob C. Brouwers, University of Tilburg
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Ethnicity and Pre-Trial Psychiatric Reports in the Netherlands
David Vinkers, Netherlands Institute of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology