• CPD Points: 1 [PM] [PS] [EW]
  • Price: $77.00
  • Area: Criminal Injuries Compensation; Criminal Law; Legal Skills & Technique; Medico-Legal; Personal Injuries
  • Delivered: September 2020
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Description

This is another in the series by Grant Blake, Clinical Psychologist, Grant Blake Psychology (Qld). Grant reviews a variety of forensic mental health assessment techniques and tools for their accuracy in detecting exaggerated and falsified symptoms. We review strategies to detect deception, feigned or exaggerated psychosis, feigned or exaggerated PTSD, memory impairment, and cognitive impairment in adults.

Feedback about previous Society seminars presented by Grant.

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  •  “Well presented, interesting content, audience participation was engaging”
  •  “Delivery and material great – a very engaging, knowledgeable and genuine presenter”

Grant Blake, Clinical Psychologist, Grant Blake Psychology (Qld)

About the Presenter:

Mr Grant Blake is a clinical psychologist who provides assessment and treatment for a variety of clinical and forensic presentations. He has a particular interest in treating post-traumatic stress disorder, psycho-legal assessment (e.g., compensation, criminal law, family law, decision making capacity, risk), and is an expert witness for complex forensic mental health matters. Grant regularly provides consultancy services for workplace stress management, mental health, communication and wellbeing. His workshops are tailored to suit each organisation to ensure the workplace’s needs are addressed. He is a dynamic presenter who blends psychological theory with practical tasks aimed to improve mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. He uses humour, fun activities and behavioural experiments to keep participants engaged.

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