In why mothers kill a forensic psychologists casebook geoff mckee offers the kind of explanations that have been carefully developed through the discerning eye of an experienced forensic clinician the cases are varied and rich in detail the explanatory framework is clear and well supported by the cases. Why mothers kill a forensic psychologists casebook mckee geoffrey r forensic psychologist and clinical professor forensic psychologist and clinical professor university of south carolina school of medicine isbn 9780195182736 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. This title uses more than a dozen case studies to help us understand and most importantly prevent crimes where a mother murders her child it applies current research findings to analyse explain and suggest practical interventions to alter the personal familial and situational circumstances that may influence some mothers to kill with an emphasis on prevention it sets out specific . A fascinating and disturbing look at women who kill their babies children and why the author did evaluations of all the mothers in the book for the court to determine competence to stand trial what role mental illness played all the cases are real although he changed names and identifying information for privacy reasons the one exception is susan smith as the media coverage had already
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