DC Waterstone believes that it is the ethical obligation of all professionals and clinicians to contribute and advance his/her respective fields. Toward this effort DC Waterstone has made a significant commitment to elevate the knowledge, insight and skills of all professionals in forensic or related fields. While many of the education and training opportunities offered by DC Waterstone are given in conjunction with consultations and ongoing advisory support, all trainings can be provided as stand alone education and capacity building opportunities.
All education and training experiences, including listed-established topics, are individualized and adapted to audience knowledge, experience and expectation to ensure participants receive the maximum benefit of the experience.
All education and training experiences can be offered as a Half Day, Full Day and Series basis. Agencies and professionals can request to participate in a training and/or have the option to host a training at a reduced cost. While it is not possible to list every potential topic or training, interested professionals are encouraged to request specialized topics that may not be listed below and best address a particular issue.
DC Waterstone has provided a comprehensive description of three frequently requested trainings in Interviewing Sex Offenders, Emergency Response and Mental Illness and Pernicious Attachments: Stalking and Psychopathy.
Other well recognized and popular topics:
- Emergency Response and Mental Illness
- Understanding Victimology: A Vital Aspect to Interviewing and Investigation
- Case Analysis vs Profiling: Defensible Investigative Approaches
- FASD, Mental Illness, Neurodevelopment Disorders and Criminal Justice
- Malingering Psychosis
- Violent Sex Offenders and Sadists: Considerations for Profiling, Interrogation and Treatment
- Understanding Sex Offenders: Development, Patterns and Approach (Adapted for Youth and Adult Offenders).
- Understanding Aberrant Sexual and Intrusive Behaviour in M.I. / I.D.D. populations
- The Value of Clinical Support to Crisis Negotiators