In the list of specialty advanced courses intended for 2017, one that may stand out of interest is on Mental Health and Language.
What does the language of addiction look like?
Can Bi-polar be discerned in the language?
What does Borderline look like in language?
Although this is not for diagnosing, nor is there any consummated marriage with the DSM (it changes with politicians' influence, as well as pharmaceutical underwriting), it will give examples of statements in which the subject's mental health status becomes apparent in general descriptive terms.
Is this subject likely to repeat this crime?
This will be limited to the most likely found in criminal statements, as well as statements within social services.
Such knowledge is invaluable to those who interview applicants in employment.
Can this person work well with others?
Can this person work around alcohol?
The analysis will not be diagnostic, but will rely upon general terminology such as, "narcissistic like" for the purpose of not only understanding the overall content and the subject himself or herself, but to suggest the best strategy and tactical approach to the interview and interrogation.
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