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1. Introduction

2. Introduction to forensic psychology

3. Forensic psychology and police

4. Police psychology (I)

5. Police psychology (II)

6. Investigative psychology (I)

7. Investigative psychology (II)

8. Psychology of violence

9. Psychoanalytic model and violence (I)

10. Psychoanalytic model and violence (II)

11. Jungian psychology and violence (I)

12. Jungian psychology and violence (II)

13. Behaviorist perspective and violence (I)

14. Behaviorist perspective and violence (II)

15. Behaviorist perspective and violence (III)

16. Social learning model and violence (I)

17. Social learning model and violence (II)

18. Bio-psycho-social model

19. Islamic perspective about violence

20. Islamic model

21. Treatments for the soul

22. Criminogenic personality

23. Criminogenic personality and violence

24. Antisocial personality and aggression

25.Learning disabilities/mental retardation and violence.

26. Assessment of personality disorders (I)

27. Assessment of personality disorders (II)

28. Risk assessment

29. Treatment of violent behavior / personality psychodynamic psychotherapy.

30. Jungian therapeutic model

31. Group therapy

32. Psychotherapies for offenders

33. Psychotherapies in forensic settings (I)

34. Psychotherapies in forensic settings (II).

35. Psychotherapy in forensic settings and special challenges.

36. Forensic psychotherapy

37. Violence reduction program (I)

38. Violence reduction program (II)
39. Victim support (I)

40. Victim support (II)

41. Substance misuse treatment program (I)

42. Substance misuse treatment program (II)

43. Expert Witnes

44. Counter terrorism

45. Summing up Forensic psychology

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