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Tackling the Terror of Testifying
Tackling the terror of testifying

One of the more difficult tasks for the evaluator occurs when a case goes to trial and he or she has to prepare for testifying in court. For many evaluators, this is a daunting task, stimulating fear, feelings of inadequacy, and insecurity. This is especially true for the relatively new evaluator who has limited court experience and has done little testifying in the past. Contemplating the experience can be terrifying, but confidence and ease can be developed.

Because the basic tools of an evaluator are interviewing, psychological testing, observation, report writing, and other such clinical skills, few evaluators are adequately trained in the art and technique of testifying. An excellent resource for forensic psychologists, Testifying in Court ...

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