Jude Bergkamp, PsyD, Chair and Core Faculty of Seattle’s PsyD in Clinical Psychology program, and colleagues published the article “An uncomfortable tension: Reconciling the principles of forensic psychology and cultural competency” in the APA flagship forensic psychology journal Law & Human Behavior. The article asserts that philosophical pillars of forensic psychology and cultural competency are not compatible and require critical review for alignment. In addition, the article provides a comprehensive guide on how to incorporate cultural considerations into forensic practice. Seattle PsyD student Magen Hauser and adjunct faculty Katie McIntyre were also contributing authors.
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