By Bruce Stevens
This ebook is written that can assist you boost knowing and talents so you might consider convinced in offering specialist proof. The structure of the booklet isn't just to offer you info, as a substitute it's also dependent to mirror the best way psychologists can strengthen expert competence via supervision. You, the reader, will eavesdrop on supervision classes with Jason and Mary. The publication comprises practical feedback and a spotlight on abilities, in addition to established routines to coaching with peers. Read more...
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Mary, ‘No, I cannot be certain, but I am advising the court on what I think is the best option, given the circumstances’. Ms Blanch then said, ‘I have no further questions, Your Worship’. ’ Mary said, ‘No’. Mr Frank concluded, ‘No further questions’. The magistrate said, ‘Dr Jones, thank you for your assistance. You may leave’. In Conclusion In this chapter Mary has given evidence in a care matter. She has modelled giving competent evidence in court. Important themes have arisen, such as the longitudinal relationship of siblings, maternal attachment, and risks associated with the removal of children into care.
Mary was thoughtful, ‘Yes, I think that you have a point. x 27/6/08 12:00 PM Page 37 MARY IS IN COURT I observed as anxious attachment could have been at least partially the result of being removed from the mother. I cannot rule out that there has been an adverse impact, perhaps aggravated because Hannah might have previously had a more anxious attachment to her mother’. ’ Mary replied, ‘I think it is a difficult thing to recommend that children remain separated from their mother, but in this case the risks of prematurely returning to her care of the mother are high — as I have previously stated’.
Mary admitted her mistake; it didn’t make any difference to the diagnosis, but she felt incompetent. It is inevitable that something will happen and you will end up feeling embarrassed. No one expects perfection in the typing of a report or even the scoring of a test. Barristers will be alert to such details, usually something like a typo, and see if they can rattle the expert. It is simply a tactic that sometimes works. Mary handled it well by admitting her mistake. I had a more serious incident in which I arranged with a secretary of a leading family law firm to make an appointment to see the clients.
Crossfire : how to survive giving expert evidence as a psychologist by Bruce Stevens
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