Forensic Scholars TodayVolume 6, Issue 1: July 2020

Covert Sensitization

As a type of intervention for sex offenders, covert sensitization can help reduce risk among sexual offenders by intervening in inappropriate or deviant fantasies. This article examines the important points surrounding this concept. View online.

Principle Components of Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Emotional, social, and vocational well-being make up the three principle components of psychiatric rehabilitation. This article takes a look at how the components try to help people with mental illness recover and increase their quality of life. View online.

Intimate Partner Violence and Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is a significant indicator of intimate partner violence or a harmful range of acts performed by a current or former partner. This article looks at the relationship between intimate partner violence and substance abuse. View online.

Decarceration and COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has added to the difficulty for individuals returning from prison. Entering unhealthy environments impacts the ability to promote smart or healthy decarceration. This article presents the factors, implications, and recommendations for overcoming the many difficulties present. View online.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Theory of Mind (TOM) Deficits: A Review for Caregivers and Professionals

Traumatic brain injury can have a negative influence on theory of mind, which forms the basis of social cognitive competence. This article looks at the potential implications of traumatic brain injury on theory of mind for caregivers and professionals, along with key takeaways. View online.

Conscientious Fathers: In Pursuit of Parental Inclusion

Low-income fathers face unique challenges to being more involved in the child’s life. This article looks at efforts that have failed to make enough progress with encouraging fathers’ involvement. View online.