Therapeutic Justice In Family Cases: The Psychologist, Part 7

Therapeutic justice in family cases: The psychologist, part 7 Article By PracticeForte Advisory Affiliate Sylvia Tan Psychologists are mostly trained in assessment and treatment of mental health issues. We undergo four years of undergrad training, two years of post-graduate studies and specialist clinical supervision before we can be registered with a registration board. Psychologists generally end up working in the hospitals, government services or schools, working with individuals with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, phobias, etc., through talk-therapy, using evidence-based therapies like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). While mental health treatment is usually what psychologists specialize in, some choose to work in the psycho-legal field of family law i.e. working with families undergoing divorce. This is because family…

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Therapeutic Justice In Family Cases: The Neutral Evaluator, Part 6

Therapeutic Justice In Family Cases: The Neutral Evaluator (Part 6) By Susan Tay, Founding Partner of OTP Law Corporation & Co-Founder of PracticeForte Pte Ltd.  This article was first published on OTP Law Corporation's website:This is the 6th part of a series on therapeutic justice and how it may be applied in family cases in Singapore. You may read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 here, Part 4 here and Part 5 here.In these parts, we dealt firstly with how the essence of Therapeutic Justice for family cases is in the healing. The next parts involve the perspectives and roles of the different players and they are namely, The Lawyer, The Accountant, The Mediator, The Mediation Advocate and in this…

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