Crossfire: How to Survive Giving Expert Evidence as a Psychologist

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This book is written to help you develop understanding and skills to feel confident in presenting expert evidence. The format of the book is also structured to reflect the way psychologists can develop professional competence through supervision. You, the reader, will listen in on supervision sessions with Jason and Mary. The book includes practical suggestions and a focus on skills, as well as structured exercises to practise with peers.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBowen Hills, Queensland
PublisherAustralian Academic Press
Number of pages100
ISBN (Print)9781875378814
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Stevens, B. (2008). Crossfire: How to Survive Giving Expert Evidence as a Psychologist. Bowen Hills, Queensland: Australian Academic Press.
Stevens, Bruce. / Crossfire : How to Survive Giving Expert Evidence as a Psychologist. Bowen Hills, Queensland : Australian Academic Press, 2008. 100 p.
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