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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

FROM: the couch TO: the courtroom | c/o BBC Radio 4

INDIVIDUAL
|
INTERPERSONAL : SCIENCES
humanistic --------------------------------------- mechanistic 
 subjective --------------------------------------- objective
SOCIOLOGY : POLITICAL
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Inc. community - GROUP - the State  


Pain

Individual   Vulnerability

Psychological Trauma - Shock

Therapy    Recovery     Closure

motivation? - Catharsis - outcome?

Psychoanalysts uncover truth

Hidden Psychical Material

Emotion  PTSD

Forensic Psychiatry - Experts

PURPOSES

Pain

Events - Time

True - Memories - False

Accounts - Re-Living

Rationality   Logic

(Objective) Truth

Analytic processes

Physical Trauma - Shock

PROCESS
From: War  Psychological  To: Domestic
Trauma 

'trauma' as a human and medical idea

Reparation
(psychological AND legal)?

Public expectations

Community

Public Values

PRACTICE

Magistrates uncover truth

Law  Courts  Justice

Adversarial System

Closure - Compensation

Victims of crime

Psychiatric Reports

Unconscious

Responsibility

POLICY



From the Couch to the Courtroom BBC Radio 4: 17 April 2017
Helena Kennedy QC asks if our legal system is becoming too influenced by the culture of psychotherapy.

The potential of Hodges' model as a generic conceptual framework has always been demonstrable through the distinction between the individual and the State. In this Radio 4 programme it is well worth also considering the diametric (potential) opposition of the person and their mental health (and therefore their physical state) as in applying the law in all aspects of healthcare and human welfare.

There are two references in the bibliography (sidebar) on the role of Hodges' model in forensic contexts.



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