ANZAPPL Queensland contributions to 38th ANZAPPL Congress

Presentations from members of the Queensland branch of ANZAPPL have been collected and made available here.


Forensic psychological assessment of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people

Bob Montgomery

Psychologist, Private Practice, Southport View PowerPoint [PDF]


Therapy with stalkers
Anything is possible – increasing the odds in forensic therapy

Melanie Mitchell,  Jennifer Wells

Queensland Forensic Mental Health Service  View PowerPoint [PDF]


“Is this to be their fate for the indefinite future?” Judicial interest in systemic issues in Queensland

Niamh Fields

Queensland Advocacy Incorporated, South Brisbane View PowerPoint [PDF]


Lost and found in translation: Cross-disciplinary conversations between lawyers and clinicians

Jo Sampford, Niamh Fields

Queensland Advocacy Incorporated, South Brisbane  View PowerPoint [PDF]


How accurate are police officers at predicting domestic violence with a structured professional judgement tool? An experimental, scenario-based study

Mark Kebbell

Griffith University, Brisbane  View PowerPoint [PDF]


Features of Australian Islamic State-inspired terrorists

Russ Scott

Queensland Prison Mental Health Service  View PowerPoint [PDF]


Understanding insight: An exploratory study of insight in a forensic psychiatric inpatient setting

Fiona Black, Kym Walford, Laura J. Ferris, Carla Meurk, Dominic Beer

Forensic and Secure Services, West Moreton Health


Treatment Pathways among persons found not criminally responsible

Bob Green

Queensland Forensic Mental Health Service


Juvenile fire-setters as multiple problem youth with particular interests in fire
Results from a meta-analysis across 39 independent samples

Danielle Perks, Bruce Watt

Bond University, Robina


Removing stubborn stains from the crime scene: Should the state play a role in lessening disgust?

Gregory Dale

University of Queensland, St Lucia







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