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(p. 131) Competencies in Family Forensic Psychology 

(p. 131) Competencies in Family Forensic Psychology
(p. 131) Competencies in Family Forensic Psychology

Mark Stanton

and Robert Welsh

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date: 09 December 2019

This chapter is separated into two sections. In the first, it distinguishes between couple and family psychology (CFP) specialists who provide routine clinical services to couples and families that are distressed with the parents at risk for divorce, and the forensically informed family psychologist or treating expert. In the second section it outlines specialty competencies for family forensic psychology (FFP) specialists who conduct forensic evaluations in the dependency or family courts.

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