Develop your skills with the PCL-R & PCL:SV Master Course

Dr. Hart presents a training program on Clinical and Forensic Applications of the Hare PCL-R and PCL:SV. Participants will begin by learning principles of administration and interpretation, then building related skills by completing and reviewing case studies. Next, participants will develop the most effective ways to communicate their findings, both in writing and orally. Throughout, […]

Dr. Hart presents a training program on Clinical and Forensic Applications of the Hare PCL-R and PCL:SV. Participants will begin by learning principles of administration and interpretation, then building related skills by completing and reviewing case studies. Next,...

Setting family rules promotes healthier behavior in children.

Who says your kids don’t listen to you? An Indiana University study has found that setting specific family rules about healthy eating and sedentary behavior actually leads to healthier practices in children. Data for the study was collected from a sample of nearly 3,000 participants from fourth through eighth grade. The family rules that were […]

Who says your kids don’t listen to you? An Indiana University study has found that setting specific family rules about healthy eating and sedentary behavior actually leads to healthier practices in children. Data for the study was collected from a sample of nearly...

ProActive ReSolutions and CONCEPT offer self-paced training on HCR-20-V3

Evaluation of Risk for Violence using the HCR-20-V3 Dr. Hart and Dr. Douglas present the Evaluation of Risk for Violence using the HCR-20 Version 3. This training program focuses on the revised HCR-20 (now called HCR:V3) in the U.S. and describes why and how the HCR-20 was revised; how Version 3 differs from its predecessors; […]

Evaluation of Risk for Violence using the HCR-20-V3 Dr. Hart and Dr. Douglas present the Evaluation of Risk for Violence using the HCR-20 Version 3. This training program focuses on the revised HCR-20 (now called HCR:V3) in the U.S. and describes why and how the...

Virtual Reality as a Therapy Tool.

Virtual-reality headsets have long been thought of as the ultimate gaming accessory. Now, therapists increasingly are embracing them as an effective therapeutic tool. “Virtual reality offers the promise of a fundamentally new way to treat certain psychiatric disorders,” says Elias Aboujaoude, a Stanford University psychiatrist. For full article, visit here.

Virtual-reality headsets have long been thought of as the ultimate gaming accessory. Now, therapists increasingly are embracing them as an effective therapeutic tool. “Virtual reality offers the promise of a fundamentally new way to treat certain psychiatric...