“The brighter the light, the darker the shadow”
Why do people commit crime? What is it about the criminal mind that is so different from others? Are some people just born killers, with innate biological psychopathologies from birth, or are they made by their environment, in fractured deprivation and social chaos? When we are taught not to harm others, why do some people cross the moral, mortal and psychological Rubicon?
Forensic Psychology combines two worlds. Forensics, meaning ‘forum’, and psychology, meaning ‘of the mind’. Criminology, with a heavy focus on criminal law, looks at the crime itself. Crime Scene Analysis uses a scientific approach with the latest technology. With bottom-up perspectives, however, we can miss what is hidden in plain sight, that which exists outside of science – and inside the mind. In combining a top-down perspective, with psychoanalysis, and the understanding of basic core principles in psychological behaviour, we gain a wider view of the perpetrator, what happened, how it unfolded, and even, why.
The absence of a weapon does not mean a crime has not been committed, and more than that, sometimes we can solve crimes not by what is there, but by what is missing. Criminal profiling enables us to see from a distance, often the best place to stand in order to gain clarity. In the absence of the perpetrator, we are able to see inside their mind, in careful reasoning processors that reveal that their involvement, was, inevitable!
For everyone intrigued by the fascinating world of Forensic Psychology, this entirely unique opportunity invites you to study in live classes online with an experienced analyst. Combining knowledge, new insights and information from the most fascinating areas of Forensic Analysis, Psychology, Criminology, Psychiatry, Forensic Science, Psychoanalysis, Pattern and Perceptual Observation, and Law, you will be entirely captivated throughout, as you explore in-depth core concepts in forensic psychology and learn how to analyse the criminal mind, crime scene, contemporary and notorious case studies.
What will you learn?
Introduction to Forensic Psychology, Criminology, Categorisation of Crime, Core Principles in Forensic Analysis, Pattern Formation & Basics in Analysis
Theories of Criminal Mind Development: Biological, Behavioural, Cognitive & Social Learning; Why does someone commit crime? Why in a family of three children does one ‘turn bad’? Self-fulfilling prophecies & life-scripts, Predictors of Criminal Behaviour
Theories of Criminal Mind Development: ‘Mother Love’, Angels and Demons, Freudian Theories, Psychosexual Development, Oedipal Complex & Mythology [Case Study: Castro]
Offender Profiling, Sociopaths, Psychopaths, Narcissists & Borderline Personal Disorders [Case Studies: Manson & Bundy]
Types of Rape, Sex & Death, Unconscious Impulses [Case Study of a Serial Rapist: Napper]
Crime Scene Analysis, The Body of Evidence, Forensic Science, Blood Spatter Analysis
Deadlier Than The Male, Female Killers, Coercive Control, Killing Styles [Case Study: Monster]
Court Room Psychology, How To Spot A Liar, Decoding Body Language, Eye Witness Testimony, Deception
Jack the Ripper, Traditional Case Study, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Suspects & Secrecy
The Face of Innocence, Child Abductors, Killers & Prevention
Wicked Attraction, A Folie a Deux, Why Couples Kill [Case Studies: Wests & Moors Murderers]
Mind Control, Brain Washing, Hypnosis, Confidence Tricksters [Case Study: Abagnale]
An Interview With A Serial Killer, Psychotic Body Language, Non-Verbal Communication [Case Study: Hannibal]
Paradise Lost, Why Children Kill, School Shootings, Child’s Play [Case Study: Bartlam]
Media Portrayal, Surveillance, Spirals of Moral Panic [Case Study: Boston Bombers]
Daddy’s Home, Split & Multiple Identities [Case Study: Rader]
Religious Cults, Formation, Indoctrination, Collective Suicide [Case Study: Heaven’s Gate]
Obedience to Authority, Studies in Psychology, Following Evil, Compliance & Deindividuation
Killing Me Softly, Attachment Theory, Spousal Murder, Detachment & Loss
Assassins, Doctors of Death, The Hippocratic Oath [Case Study: Shipman]
Stalkers, Profiling Perpetrators, Patterns of Perversion, Psychoanalysis, Phantasy & Reality
Hidden In The Force, Police & Firefighters Criminal Behaviours, Motivations & Consequences
Gangland, Initiation, Culture, Surrogacy, The Language of Tattoos, Tribal Motives
The Ridiculous to the Sublime, Dumbest Criminals, Computer Game Killer, Area 51
‘I wish I had known all this information when I was on the Force. There really are no other courses anything like these, anywhere else’
~ Graham – Retired Chief Officer
‘Really fascinating – please record your words on audio – I want to listen to what you just said all over again’ ~ Mary – Homemaker
‘Brilliant course. I loved everything, the complete insight into the minds of murderers, what leads people to kill, the difference between sociopaths and psychopaths, the difference between male and female killers, blood splatter analysis and so much more’ ~ Pete – Police Officer
‘Due entirely to attending these lessons, I secured a place at University and gained my degree in Criminology. The information Carole taught was incredible and stayed with me throughout’ ~ Claire – Student
How it Works;
* NEW STUDENTS ARE WELCOME TO JOIN THIS COURSE AT ANY TIME *
Live classes are delivered monthly online on the first Monday of every month via Zoom.
Combining all of the highly popular Forensic Psychology courses previously taught at live events only, you will have the opportunity to study with a subject specialist lecturer in live interactive lessons, with the benefit of asking questions and taking part in class discussions.
This fully comprehensive series is offered by monthly subscription, scheduled to continue over 24 months, with no obligation to stay enrolled for the entire duration. Every lesson has been designed as a separate module. For joining students, there is the opportunity to purchase previous lessons if desired.
All students automatically receive informational newsletters and FREE ACCESS to the FORENSIC FORUM, where you will find further research, reading material, and links to other related resources in Forensic Psychology.
* Some course material may be considered explicit or graphic in content *
Next Lesson: Monday 5th April 2021: 7-8 pm GMT
On: Theories of Criminal Mind Development: Biological, Behavioural, Cognitive & Social Learning; Why does someone commit crime? Why in a family of three children does one ‘turn bad’? Self-fulfilling prophecies & Life-Scripts, Predictors of Criminal Behaviour.
£ 10 (per month)
Please ensure you have technology in place to attend online classes before registering. Terms Apply. For general informational & educational purposes. 18+ yrs only. © Hebe House Ltd. All Rights Reserved.