Please join us for our Common Mental Disorders in the Justice System Webinar.
Mental health issues affect about half of us at some point in our lifetime. In this webinar, we will explore some of the mental issues facing victims (and others) within the criminal justice system. At the end of the hour, attendees will be able to identify the most common psychiatric ailments, including anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and PTSD. They will know resources for treatment referrals, common barriers to accepting treatment, and ways to alleviate some barriers. Attendees will better understand personality disorders and malingering as well.
Speaking on this topic will be forensic psychiatrist, Matthew Norman, M.D.
When: June 21, 2023 10:00 - 11:00AM
Where: Zoom Webinar
Credit: This webinar offers 1 CLE, POST, and Advocate credit hour.
*When joining Zoom, please sign in with your full name! For law enforcement officers, your full name must appear on the Zoom Roster in order for you to receive credits.
*Friendly reminder, CLE credits are only available for up to 21 days after the date of the training. POST credits are only available if law enforcement officers/investigators attend the session live and submit the form within 21 days of the training.
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Matthew Norman, M.D.
With a goal of becoming a forensic psychiatrist, Dr. Norman received his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Virginia and completed medical school at Mercer University School of Medicine. He completed psychiatric residency and forensic psychiatric fellowship training at Emory University School of Medicine. In his clinical practice, Dr. Norman treats a wide variety of mental health issues utilizing both psychopharmacology and psychotherapy. In his forensic practice, Dr. Norman has been qualified as an expert witness over 200 times in state and federal jurisdictions, including numerous insanity trials and capital cases. Dr. Norman has continued teaching as an Adjunct Associate Professor at Emory University School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and as an Adjunct Professor at Emory University School of Law. He was honored to be appointed to the Georgia Composite Medical Board in 2019 by the governor and is current Chair.