Forensic Psych

Author: Riplee

Who am I? Well, to me, Jesus is everything. He saved me, now I live to glorify Him and Him alone. It's not about me! (or at least it's getting there!) I blog about Jesus and about my walk as a Christian. I am raw and real; I don't hold back. I believe in what I say with my whole heart). God is changing me and I want to share it with you! I am a forensic psychology student who loves to read, loves to hike, and loves life! I believe life is an amazing thing and I'm blessed to have it!

Professional Boundaries and Staff Sexual Misconduct: An Evidence-Based Proposal

I’ve been back at it again! This paper was pretty fun to write actually…I review the literature about professional boundaries and staff sexual misconduct within juvenile facilities (like detention centers or treatment facilities) and then propose a solution and a way in which to test the effectiveness of my solution! Hope you enjoy, and as…

History as Teacher: Societal Impact on Juvenile Delinquency

Hello everyone! This is a reaction paper I wrote after I read a book called “The Rise and Fall of the American Teenager” by Thomas Hine. It was very informative and interesting. In this paper I discuss how Hine seems to imply that American society has helped lead to juvenile delinquency and I discuss to…

Redefining an Imaginary Line: Affirmation of the APA Contradiction

This is my first paper of the Spring semester. Basically the paper revolves around an article called “Are Adolescents Less Mature Than Adults? Minors’ Access to Abortion, the Juvenile Death Penalty, and the Alleged APA ‘Flip-Flop’” which you can read here if you want: The topic of this paper does deal with abortion and adolescent death penalty…