Scientific Program

External Location September 15, Tuesday 17:30 – 21:30
17:00 - 20:30
2 Masterclasses + buffet: masterclasses will be announced shortly
20:30
Welcome reception: pre-registration (pick up your badge)
Phillips Stadium September 16, Wednesday 08:00 – 20:00Chair: Arne Popma
09:00 - 09:15
Welcome by the congress president prof. Chijs van Nieuwenhuizen
09:15 - 09:30
Opening: Gil the Grid
09:30 - 09:35
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
09:35 - 10:05
Prof. Chijs van Nieuwenhuizen: Innovation & research in youth forensic psychiatry: how to put youngsters in the front row
10:05 - 10:10
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
10:10 - 10:40
Dr. Graeme Fairchild: Understanding sex differences in severe antisocial behaviour
10:40 - 11:10
Coffee break
Symposia & Presentations 11:10 - 12:40
W1
Young peoples' perspective on residential youth care, and can we develop small-scale alternatives?
W2
Best Practice Forensic Interviewing for Adolescent Risk Assessments Assessing risk in justice-involved youth in transition to adulthood: Data from a 4-year risk assessment study in the Netherlands Short Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability: Multi-informant and systemic assessment
W3
New insights on psychopathic traits in youth: Assessment, profiling and treatment
W4
The role of pornography, sexualized behaviors and sexual deviance in sexual coercion/sexual offending by adolescents
W5
Juvenile sanctions for young adults: the Adolescent Criminal Law as a developmental approach
W6
Specialized treatment of juveniles who sexually offended: New directions? ThePaS - A therapy program for adequate sexual behaviour: indication, contents and clinical application
W7
Methodoly and evidence-based medicine in child custody dispute assessment: what is done and what could be improved?
W8
Staff burnout, job satisfaction and perceptions of team climate in the Children and Young People’s Secure Estate Stress and well-being of young offenders and professionals in juvenile facilities
12:40 - 13:40
Lunch with poster presentations
Symposia & Presentations 13:40 - 15:10
W9
How to make the poor prognosis better - Results from After Reform School study Longitudinal prediction of police registration in adolescence and young adulthood Strain, negative emotions and delinquency: gender differences in a longitudinal study
W10
Standards in Risk Assessment - Including the Voice of the Child Experiential peer support for adolescents with criminal behavior My Life as a Film: Is evaluating the past problematic for vulnerable young people in justice settings?
W11
Optimizing reintegration and crime resistance by focusing on recovery: the theory, the practice, and the follow-up
W12
Psychopathic traits and delinquency in juveniles
W13
Connecting with youth at risk: who works and what works?
W14
INKT Project More info will come
W15
A slippery slope? The value of neurobiological explanations of antisocial behavior, according to judicial youth care workers Neurobiological correlates of antisocial behavior across adolescence: A multi-method, multi-sample study Social Brain responses in Antisocial Behavior Development
W16
Young people and punitive deterrence – does it work? The minimum age of criminal responsibility: reflections on international heterogeneity of age and stratification by offence type The Queensland Mental Health Court: A Unique Model What are the implications of the United Nations General Comment Number 24 (2019) in relation to the recommendation to increase
15:10 - 15:40
Tea break
15:40 - 15:45
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
15:45 - 16:15
An interview with Marianne Willard, mother of ‘Iris’, by Jeanne van Loon
16:15 - 16:20
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
16:20 - 16:50
Prof. Daniel Rijo: The changeability of psychopathic traits in adolescents
16:50 - 17:40
Drinks
17:40 - 18:40
EFCAP boardmeeting
19:00 - 20:00
Football Game (External Location: Herdgang Eindhoven, the Netherlands)
20:00 - 22:30
Speakers Dinner
Phillips Stadium September 17, Thursday 08:30 – 21:30Chair: Ricardo Barosso
09:15 - 09:30
Introduction to the program of day 2
09:30 - 09:35
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
09:35 - 10:05
Raf Hamaizia: ‘From the cell to the boardroom’: A lived experience perspective on ‘recovery’ and the changing face of mental health care today
10:05 - 10:10
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
10:10 - 10:40
Prof. Prathiba Chitsabesan: The needs of children and young people who come into contact with the criminal justice system; a developmental perspective
10:40 - 11:10
Coffee break
Symposia & Presentations 11:10 - 12:40
T1
Young peoples' perspective on residential youth care, and can we develop small-scale alternatives?
T2
Juvenile Offender’s Risk Assessment protocol (VRAI): Overview and preliminary results Violence risk screening in youth and (young)adult forensic settings: Introducing the Violence Risk Screener Assessing needs of juvenile offenders: An application of Latent Profile Analysis to a strengths based risk assessment model
T3
Unravelling heterogeneity: The use of profiles among heterogeneous groups of adolescents with severe behavioural problems
T4
Design, Implementation and Impact of the Interpersonal Violence Prevention Programme (PREVINT; prevint.pt)
T5
Implementation of innovations, a world to win
T6
The first year of Community Forensic CAMHS in London and how it fits into national network in England
T7
The role of client empathy in treatment outcome at youth forensic psychiatric services Parental readiness for behavior change and support of juvenile offenders – implications for complex intervention planning
T8
Back to the Future: identifying trends, scenarios and research themes for forensic youth care
12:40 - 13:40
Lunch with poster presentations
Symposia & Presentations 13:40 - 15:10
T9
Neurobiological assessment in screening and intervention
T10
Young people's experiences of relationships with staff in the Children and Young People’s Secure Estate in England Perspectives for Adolescent Engagement in Delinquent Behaviour and the need for Own Voice in Forensic Psychiatric Service in the Parents and children in residential mental health care on the prospects of early crime prevention: a qualitative pilot study
T11
It’s innovative, but is it also effective? Evaluation of innovative tools and interventions targeting youngsters in (forensic) mental health
T12
Separation, seclusion and solitary confinement of children in custodial institutions
T13
How to tailor forensic care for each individual youngster?
T14
Around the wall
T15
Community Forensic Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services: insights after 18 months of service Mental health, psychosocial problems and risk assessment of juvenile offenders in Switzerland Regional distributions of psychiatrically disordered youth and juvenile offenders in a segregated German town – A pilot study
T16
More info will come
15:10 - 15:40
Tea break
15:40 - 15:45
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
15:45 - 16:15
Prof. Bram Orobio de Castro: Taking perspective: How understanding children and youth’s self-views and their views of others helps to treat aggressive behavior problems
16:15 - 16:20
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
16:20 - 16:50
Prof. Tonia Nicholls: The importance of Trauma Informed Practice in forensic and correctional contexts
16:50 - 17:50
EFCAP General assembly
19:00 - 21:30
Gala Dinner
Phillips Stadium September 18, Friday 08:30 – 13:45Chair: Tonia Nicholls
09:00 - 09:30
Start with coffee
09:30 - 09:45
Introduction to the program of day 3
09:45 - 09:50
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
9:50 - 10:20
Prof. Stefaan Pleysier: Juvenile justice between rehabilitation and responsibilisation
10:20 - 10:30
Room change time
Symposia & Presentations 10:30 - 12:00
F1
The Use of Wearables in Forensic Psychiatry and Residential Care
F2
Can we get it? Positive treatment outcome in a intensive care unit in a psychiatric forensic youth hospital Audit of the first 100 admissions to the first high-secure adolescent forensic mental health unit in Australia Patient satisfaction of adolescents and young adults in forensic psychiatry Nearly every tenth of inpatients arrives in fetters to the restricted CAP ward in Hungary
F3
Boys and girls in secure residential youth care. What are their differences and what do they have in common? Changing the context to change the outcome – results of a transition from institution to community for mandated care for girls Intervention perspective with offending young women
F4
Effects of Traumatic experience on street connected youth’s detention history Stalking in Adolescents - An attachment perspective Impact of an individual intervention programme with adolescents who engage in sexually abusive behaviour
F5
Executive deficits in young offenders and ways forward for interventions Increasing self-control among delinquents through a virtual time travel intervention in Virtual Reality Are children with “Limited Prosocial Emotions” emotionally blind? Emotional processing and facial emotional expressions Self-regulatory processes and externalizing symptoms during adolescence: A micro-level ecological approach
F6
Treatment Efficacy of the START NOW Skills Training in Adolescents with Conduct or Oppositional Defiant Disorder Improved vs. stable-high aggression in closed youth residential care - what might tip the scale?
F7
Pathways to a school shooting rampage: Does fiction reflect scientific evidence?
F8
Be a Barista: Learning from new recovery focused re-integration initiatives to enlarge crime desistance in persistent offenders Severe mental illness, criminal victimization and perpetration: a common combination. Identifying subgroups among outpatients Individual assessment of juvenile offenders in Croatia: the experts’ perspective Re-offending by young adults after forensic care: a Dutch national study
12:00 - 13:00
Lunch with poster presentations
13:00 - 13:30
Mission statement of the EFCAP-Youth Panel
13:30 - 13:35
Introduction of the speaker by the chair
13:35 - 14:20
Keynote presentation (name will follow soon)
14:20 - 14:35
Closing ceremony by the congress president and announcement congres 2022
Phillips Stadium September 17, Thursday 08:30 – 21:30Chair: coming soon

This is a completely Dutch program which is why we continue in Dutch

Het Nederlandse programma wordt binnenkort bekend gemaakt