--- 1.0 CLE Credit for AZ,CA,CT,FL,ID,NY,PA
--- trial practice / trial - experts
--- course production date: 7/8/2015
--- presented by DANIEL AGATINO

This course is provided by Daniel Agatino, Ph.D., Esq., a New Jersey-based criminal defense attorney, and Gianni Pirelli, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist who maintains a private forensic psychology practice in New Jersey.

The course addresses the distinctions between the forensic and therapeutic roles of mental health professionals, and highlights the significant differences in which forensic psychologists approach and conduct evaluations as compared to clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychotherapists.

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Key course points are:
• Gain an understanding of Forensic Mental Health Assessments (FMHAs).
• What they are, when to use them, and how they are conducted.
• Review psychiatric disorders typically seen in criminal and civil cases.

--- presented by DANIEL AGATINO

Daniel Agatino, Ph.D., Esq., is a New Jersey-based criminal defense and entertainment/copyright law attorney. He holds a doctorate in Communication and he uses his expertise to engage in both oral and written negotiations for his clients.

• Ph. D., Rutgers University School of Communication, Information and Library Studies, New Brunswick, NJ 2002
• Juris Doctorate, Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, NJ 1999
• M.A. Communication, William Paterson University, 1995

Also Presented by: GIANNI PIRELLI, Ph.D.

Dr. Gianni Pirelli is a Licensed Psychologist in New Jersey (#4975) and New York (#019418). He received his Ph.D. in Clinical-Forensic Psychology from The Graduate Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY). His experience and training has been focused in four main areas: clinical practice, professional service, research and publication, and teaching.