Forensic Mental Health Counseling offers a comprehensive understanding of how and why mentally ill clients intersect with the legal system, as victims and offenders. The book contains several pedagogical features to facilitate learning and improve the student experience.
Learning Objectives at the beginning of each chapter set the stage for learning and prepare students to engage with new concepts and ideas.
Key terms and significant legal cases are presented in bold text throughout the book, helping students build their vocabulary and knowledge of key decisions and concepts regarding mental health counseling.
Case Studies and Application Questions provide ample opportunities for students to draw practical connections between the material within the book and real-world scenarios.
Reflection Questions at the end of each chapter encourage the reader to integrate and apply the material from the chapter.
Highlight Boxes and Informational Tables provide emphasis and detail for concepts covered throughout the book.