Stay tuned to the rules for registering in the mini-courses:

1. The mini-courses will occur online and live from from the 23th to the 25th of March of the current year in the morning from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and each will have a workload of 3 hours.
2. Each participant will be able to enroll in only one mini-course per day, that is, if on March 23th a.m. there are 4 mini-courses happening at the same time, online and live, the participant will be able to enroll in only one on the 23 th of March.
3. The number of places is limited to just 20 places for each online and live mini-course.
4. On 03/16/2021, a link are send to the participants’ e-mail so that they can enroll in the online and live mini-courses offered in the 3 days of the event.
5. The mini-courses that can record will be available from 04/02/2021 to 05/01/2021 for participants who are interested in registering and watching them in their entirety. These recorded mini-courses will have certified if the participant registers and watches them entirely.
6. Attention: Stay tuned to the dates of each mini-course, as no participant can enroll in two or more mini-courses offered online and live on the same day. If this happens, automatically are canceled the subscription.

Programming in Construction! Wait for news in the next few days!


03/23/2022 – 8:30 am to 11:30 am

Forensic Interview: challenges in witness hearings
Anderson Tamborim, MBA

In this mini-course we will address the challenges involved in the process of taking statements from witnesses to violent crimes. What are the main factors involved from the absorption of the event in memory to the retrieval of information during a hearing. What strategies can be approached to facilitate the memory retrieval process and extract information with greater credibility. Introduction to the Psychology of Testimony. Process of obtaining and managing rapport. Emotional aspects of the testimony and its impact on the result. False memories, contamination and influence during the interview. Memory: Encoding, Retrieval and Communication.

Assessment of the Malingering Using the Rorschach (Restricted to psychology students and psychologists)
Ana Cristina Resende, Ph.D.
CRP 09/2113

In this mini-course, the reasons why the Rorschach Test has been considered an efficient test to detect evidence of malingering in the forensic context will be discussed, as well as behaviors in the test that suggest this type of manipulation.

Investigative Psychology: Possibilities for Professional Practice
Denis Lino, MSc.
CRP: 02/23272

In this mini-course you will learn about the recent specialty of study, research and practice of Investigative Psychology. You will discover the many ways that Psychology contributes to investigation, such as the use of criminal profiling, psychological autopsy, investigative interviews and much more.

03/24/2022 – 8:30 am to 11:30 am

The Systemic Approach in Families
Marilene Marodin, Spc.
CRP 07/0454

We are experiencing a period of paradigmatic transition, where science has been led to rethink its assumptions. Systemic, ecological or ecosystem thinking emerges as the new paradigm of science, as a new vision, a new language that has implications for the different approaches of every professional. In this mini-course we intend to think systemically the world in its complexity, perceiving the relationships existing at all levels of nature, always trying to seek an understanding of events in relation to the contexts in which they occur.

Production of forensic expert reports
Vivian Medeiros Lago, Ph.D
CRP 07/14275

The mini-course aims to present the similarities and differences between Report and Psychological Report, addressing the objectives and structure of these documents. Excerpts from documents will be presented to illustrate the discussion.

Psychological expertise in joint custody issues
Denise Maria Perissini da Silva, MSc.
CRP-SP 06/38483

Understanding how to write a scientific article
Romilda Guilland, Ph.D.
CRP-SC 08/15370

After completing the research, it was time to publicize his discovery to the academic community, through articles. This last step can become difficult and when the article is not well written, many are rejected. To improve the quality of submitted articles and prevent them from being simply rejected, research methods must be known. To help academics improve the quality of their articles, this mini-course aims to: present the structural elements of an article.

03/25/2022 – 8:30 am to 11:30 am

Principles of protected listening to children and adolescents
Cátula Pelisoli, Ph.D
CRP 07/15187

The Depoimento Especial and the Escuta Especializada present, among themselves, similarities and differences. Among the common aspects between the two procedures, there are guidelines that guide the intervention with children and adolescents who are victims and witnesses of violence, in any work context. In this mini course, we will address the principles of protected listening, with the aim of equipping professionals from different areas to avoid revictimization and institutional violence.

Improving forensic interviews: the functional classification of utterances
Reginaldo Torrer Alves Jr., Ph.D.
CRP-01 8021

The course aims to offer a practical tool for analyzing interviews with victims or witnesses, with the aim of obtaining information about experiences of violence. The Functional Classification of Forensic Utterances (CF-EF) helps the interviewer, their peers and supervisors make a general assessment of adherence to good interviewing practices in order to improve the interviewer’s behavior in adopting interview strategies that are more likely to to encourage detailed reports on experiences that are the object of intervention by the judiciary and institutions of the protection network. The CF-EF can be used by professionals who work with victim interviews in special police or judicial testimony, in listening to Integrated Centers, and in psychological and social expertise or assessments carried out in the justice system, regardless of the type of protocol used. The CF-EF can assist the participant in meeting the technical need to reduce the effect of induction and suggestibility in their interviews.

Neuropsychological Personality Assessment: when, how and why?
Rui Mateus Joaquim, Ph.D.
CRP 06 91310

Personality assessment is a fundamental approach to the neuropsychological assessment process. Personality traits can point through the set of behavior patterns that characterize them, relevant information for the understanding of cognitive deficits and psychiatric disorders that tend to cross with neuropsychological impairments. Such understanding becomes fundamental for carrying out mental insanity exams.

Entrevista Semiestruturada para Autópsia Psicológica – Applications in the Forensic Context
Samantha Dubugras Sá, Ph.D
CRP 07/09238

The Entrevista Semiestruturada para Autópsia Psicológica – ESAP is a type of retrospective assessment used in cases where it is necessary to investigate a person’s mode of death. For such data collection is carried out by interviews with people known through victims. The psychological points from an autopsy suspect to a suspected suicide case are:/or stressors, motivations, lethality and intentionality. ESAP provides accessible information and allows for a reasonable degree of agreement between evaluators. The professional psychologists for the ESAP use and, also, objective of its importance is to provide tools for the operators of the law.

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