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1 IOT Institute for Victim Protection and Treatment of Offenders Forensic Sciences Master and Diploma of Advanced Studies Medical Faculty of the University of Zurich in cooperation with the Institute for Protection of Victims and Treatment of Offenders IOT

2 Contents Contents Foreword 3 Program overview 4 Diploma of Advanced Studies basic course 8 Diploma of Advanced Studies specialization 9 Diploma of Advanced Studies specializations 10 Master of Advanced Studies 14 Lecturers 15 Registration 19 1 Imprint June 2012 University of Zurich Editor: University of Zurich, Editor: Dr. med. Carole Kherfouche, IOT Hanna Anderhub, IOT Typesetting and design: Marianne Mathys, Communication UZH Daniel Züblin, UZH Printing: Koepfli & Partner AG, Neuenhof

3 Foreword Foreword Prof. Dr. med. Michael Thali Foreword Foreword Dr. med. Carole Kherfouche 2 Forensics, which has grown in presence in recent years through various television programs, is in constant interrelation with society. We strive for constant optimization in the demanding and sensitive area of ​​forensics. The interdisciplinary "Forensic Sciences" is based on the experiences and efforts of specialists from the operative business of criminal justice as well as on the knowledge imparted by university lecturers. The close connection between theory and practice is the unmistakable and proven seal of approval that has established the course's long-standing success. The "Forensic Sciences" course is offered by the Medical Faculty of the University of Zurich (UZH) in cooperation with the Institute for Victim Protection and Treatment of Offenders (IOT). The degrees “Diploma of Advanced Studies UZH in Forensic Sciences” (DAS) and the title “Master of Advanced Studies UZH in Forensic Sciences” (MAS) are awarded. The aim of these universities is to increase the qualifications and competence of people who work in the field of forensics. Technical and methodological knowledge is imparted on modern crime-oriented therapy techniques in the treatment of offenders, on risk analysis procedures and on the acquisition of overarching knowledge and skills. The following thematic specializations are also offered: Forensic Expert Assessment, Forensic Risk Assessment, Forensic Therapy (Forensic Psychotherapy) Forensic Specialization in Corrections, especially psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers , Employees of the law enforcement agencies, lawyers and other specialists who deal with forensic issues and / or the assessment of victims and perpetrators. We have been offering this course for many years in excellent cooperation with the IOT and are proud that everyone involved sees it as a great benefit. We are pleased that you have also decided in favor of this and that you will contribute to the mutual exchange associated with it. Prof. Dr. med. Michael Thali President of the Study Course Commission The Institute for Victim Protection and Treatment of Offenders was founded in 1999 by specialists from the fields of forensics, justice, the penal system as well as victim and probation services. At that time, the aim and purpose of the association was to promote the development of quality-oriented treatment and counseling offers in the field of violent and sexual offenses and at the same time to create a platform for a technically high-quality interdisciplinary discourse. Above all, the question of how the most effective victim protection can be achieved was preoccupied. This question has not lost its importance around 10 years later. On the contrary. Victim protection is only possible, however, if interventions are well coordinated and their effects are continuously scientifically checked. Methods of risk assessment and risk management in the broadest sense are of equal interest. Furthermore, effective victim protection is only possible through a well-coordinated, professional and, above all, interdisciplinary approach. For over 10 years now, the IOT, in cooperation with the University of Zurich, has been successfully implementing the goal of training various professional groups in the field of forensic sciences and using interdisciplinarity as a strength of the training. A degree in forensic science creates interesting career prospects. One example is the admission as a forensic expert in the canton of Zurich for specialist psychologists and psychiatrists with a degree in forensic assessment. We look forward to welcoming you to the 6th course! Dr. med. Carole Kherfouche Head of Course 3 Prof. Dr. med. Michael Thali President of the Study Program Commission for Forensic Medicine UZH Dr. med. Carole Kherfouche Head of Studies Certified Forensic Psychiatrist SGFP

4 Program overview Program overview Program overview Topic Forensic psychiatry with its therapeutic and expert fields of activity is understood as an independent specialist area. It originally developed from classical psychiatry. Modern concepts of forensic psychiatry show a high degree of specialization. They incorporate knowledge from a wide range of specialist areas into new theories and practical skills, which has resulted in a new specialist area of ​​their own. Similar to how forensic medicine broke away from pathology as an independent subject, forward-looking forensics is facing a similar process of emancipation. Structure of the teaching staff Methodology Diploma of Advanced Studies in Forensic Sciences (DAS) The two-year basic course is divided into the 5 modules therapy, law and enforcement, prognosis and expert opinions, perpetrators and victims, and group dynamics. Participants must provide proof of performance for each module. The third year serves to specialize and deepen in a focus area and ends with a DAS degree (a total of 35 ECTS credits). The following specializations are offered: Forensic Risk Assessment Forensic Expert Assessment Forensic Psychotherapy Forensic Specialization in Corrections The forensic sciences are carried out by the Medical Faculty of the University of Zurich in cooperation with the institute for victim protection 5 and perpetrator treatment IOT carried out. Target audience Admission criteria Course objective The course is aimed at specialists who, in the expert, prognostic and therapeutic area, or in the execution, have to deal with people who are accused of violent and / or sexual offenses or who have been convicted of such offenses. This is open to specialists in the field of psychiatry, psychotherapy, the judiciary and the execution of sentences and measures, as well as practitioners from related fields. The participants have a university degree at Master’s level and have professional experience. People with a comparable qualification can be admitted "sur dossier". When selecting the participants, attention is paid to the best possible interdisciplinary composition and great importance is attached to the professional background and personal suitability. In the first two years, basic knowledge of all forensic specializations is imparted. They serve to get to know each other and to gain a deeper understanding of the fields of activity, the technical areas of activity and responsibility as well as the related problems of the individual disciplines of forensics. This is linked to the idea of ​​providing forensic experts as well as forensic therapists and law enforcement specialists as well as experts from related professional groups with comprehensive knowledge of therapeutic settings, expert opinions and risk assessments. The specialist knowledge imparted through the forensic science course can also be valuable for professionals in related professions. Thus, the course is also aimed at people from victim and perpetrator counseling, criminal prosecution, social education and lawyers. In the third year, the specialization is deepened. The participants withdraw into the specialization groups with the experts and are trained accordingly. In the fourth year, an MAS degree is offered with a further specialization. Master of Advanced Studies in Forensic Sciences (MAS) By combining the DAS with an additional specialization, an MAS with a total of 60 ECTS credits can be acquired in a further academic year and after writing a thesis. Since the MAS year only takes place every third year, an additional 24 months must be expected to acquire the MAS diploma. All speakers are recognized specialists from the university, clinical or educational environment. All lecturers are clinically active in their field. If necessary, additional speakers will be called in. The courses aim to convey the course content in a practical manner and are based on current forensic issues. Knowledge is imparted in a didactic way and combines lectures with practical exercises to deepen what has been learned. All event forms are based on contemporary adult education methods and are based on study documents specially designed for this course. Based on the conviction that qualitative improvements in the area of ​​violent and sexual crime can only be achieved through interdisciplinary cooperation between experts from different areas, an interdisciplinary approach is also pursued here. The course managers observe and analyze the current courses with the help of course evaluations from the participants. If necessary, the program can be changed at short notice in favor of current topics.

5 Program overview Program overview 6 Completion Attendance of individual modules Time required Master of Advanced Studies UZH in Forensic Sciences (60 ECTS credits) Diploma of Advanced Studies UZH in Forensic Sciences (35 ECTS credits) Individual modules can be attended by persons who do not participate in the course. DAS: 3 years MAS: at least 4 years Number of participants Dates / times Venue At least 28, maximum 35 people It starts every two years (in odd years) in spring. Classes take place on Friday afternoons from to and on Saturday from 8.45 am to pm. Center for the University of Zurich Schaffhauserstrasse Zurich (7 sponsorship of the Medical Faculty of the University of Zurich, represented by Prof. Dr. med. Michael Thali In cooperation with the Institute for Victim Protection and Treatment of Offenders IOT Dr. med. Carole Kherfouche, DAS Forensic Sciences Costs MAS: CHF DAS: CHF Does not include the costs of group supervision as well as any necessary specialist literature and costs incurred for the FOTRES licenses. Registration Please submit the required documents with the registration form. Head of the specializations Lic. Phil. Nico Bischoff, DAS Forensic Sciences (specialization: Forensic Psychotherapy) Dr. med.Carole Kherfouche, DAS Forensic Sciences (Specialization: Forensic Expert Assessment and Forensic Rsk Assessment) Lic. Phil. Hum.Daniel Treuthardt, MAS Forensic Sciences (Specialization: Forensic Specialization in Corrections) Secretariat Hanna Anderhub Kisslig Institute for Victim Protection and Treatment of Offenders IOT Espelstrasse Illnau Tel

6 DAS Curriculum Diploma of Advanced Studies DAS Basic Course DAS Curriculum Diploma of Advanced Studies DAS Specialization and consolidation 5 modules The basic course is divided into 5 modules: 1. Therapy 2. Law and enforcement 3. Prognosis and expert opinions 4. Perpetrators and victims 5. Group treatment of offenders / completion of specialization The third year serves to specialize and deepen in one focus: Forensic Expert Assessment Forensic Risk Assessment Forensic Psychotherapy Forensic Specialization in Corrections 8 13 Learning events on 13 Theoretical knowledge is imparted in learning events that take place on Friday afternoons and on Saturdays from noon and are spread over 2 years. Proof of performance The participants must provide proof of performance for each module. Case studies Depending on the focus, between 3 to 5 practical cases must be supervised, intervened and dealt with (see seminar descriptions below). This is either the accompanied creation of forensic reports or hazard prognoses, or documented crime-oriented therapies or enforcement documentation. 9 6 Learning events In 6 learning events lasting 1.5 days, theoretical knowledge is deepened. 1 Therapy 2 Law and enforcement 3 Prognosis / expert opinion 4 Perpetrator / victim 5 Group treatment of offenders / completion of intervision groups Group supervision hours The practice-related work is reflected in intervision groups. Individual problems and complex cases are discussed in 32 group supervision hours. The course is completed with a Diploma of Advanced Studies UZH in Forensic Sciences and yields 35 ECTS credits. Total lessons (42) ECTS credits: 3 Total lessons (56) ECTS credits: 5 Total lessons (42) ECTS credits: 4 Total lessons (28) ECTS credits: 2 Total lessons (14) ECTS credits: 1

7 DAS Curriculum Diploma of Advanced Studies DAS Focus 1 DAS Curriculum Diploma of Advanced Studies DAS Focus 2 1 Focus Forensic Expert Assessment Focus on assessing offenders with a focus on violent and sexual offenses 2 Focus on Forensic Risk Assessment Focus on prognostic objectives The graduates of the specialization forensic assessment are after successful goals.After completing the training, the graduates will have profound knowledge of the training in a position to carry out independent assessments of sexual and violent offenders different prognosis methods and their application in different contexts. (Entry assessment, therapy, decisions on execution in prison as well as in this includes profound knowledge of common diagnostic and prognostic procedures. Criminal proceedings). Furthermore, they are able to present their findings and the expert assessment to the client. The focus on prognostics is therefore aimed at forensic therapists and (also in court) in a generally understandable manner. Therapists who (should) be enabled through the training to carry out independent investigations. Graduates are also enabled to critically discuss previous reports and to carry out prognostic assessments. On the other hand, this 10 aims to incorporate their conclusions into the current assessment. Focus also on specialists for law enforcement and criminal defense 11 classroom prognostics Fotres (14) deepening culpability (14) analysis of misjudgments and inadequate reports (14) psychopathy (14) case presentations and small group work with Fotres and other risk assessment instruments with a focus on sexual offenses ( 14) Case presentations and small group work with Fotres and other risk assessment instruments, with a focus on violent crimes (14) Reports 3 forensic reports per participant Processing of criminal files / external anamneses Exploration tests and examining magistrates who are enabled to make complex forensic assessments (forensic therapy reports and reports) to understand or commission and to assess their quality. The interdisciplinary composition of the participants in the prognostics focus also enables them to acquire in-depth knowledge of the various disciplines for their own professional activity and to strengthen the interdisciplinary discourse. Face-to-face events in Fotres prognostics (14) In-depth culpability (14) Analysis of misjudgments and inadequate reports (14) Psychopathy (14) Case presentations and small group work with Fotres and other risk assessment instruments, with a focus on sexual offenses (14) Case presentations and small group work with Fotres and other risk Assesment instruments Focus on violent crime (14) Supervision DAS final thesis Groups of 4 participants Per participant: 2 complexes; 4 simpler cases Forensic assessment with in-depth focus Prediction cases per participant 4 cases with file processing Critical assessment of expert opinion Risk assessment (practice prognostic instruments, e.g. FOTRES application) Enforcement planning Supervision Groups of 4 participants Per participant: 2 complex; 4 simpler cases DAS thesis forecast case processing with specialization

8b. Be able to implement forensic reports and therapy reports) and draw conclusions relevant to the execution (e.g.Deriving the crime-oriented methods and the personality-focussing prison progressions, conditional discharge) from them, are strengthened. Knowing and applying the skills for a coordinated and processing of the central, case-specific 12 quality assurance standards such as evaluation of therapy processes, internally relevant, problem areas-oriented case management are strengthened 13 Possibilities for quality assurance, reporting, forecasting, external quality control etc. be able to implement ao a FOTRES) Execution planning Groups of 4 participants Per participant: 2 complexes; 4 simpler cases Documented case processing with a focus on deepening or processing a prison-specific question with practical relevance DAS final thesis process analysis of a therapeutic treatment with deepening of a forensic question or theoretical work on an aspect of forensic psychotherapy

9 MAS ​​Master of Advanced Studies MAS Second specialization Lecturers Lecturers Specialization There is the possibility of a second specialization leading to a Master of Advanced Studies UZH in forensic sciences. A valid DAS qualification is required for this. Lic. Phil. Nico Bischoff Head Psychologist, Psychiatric-Psychological Service, Prison Canton Zurich, Lecturer at SAZ, Friborg, Forensic Psychotherapist IOT, Course Manager at IOT 14 The following combinations of focus are possible: Forensic Expert Assessment and Forensic Psychotherapy Forensic assessment and Forensic assessment Forensic Expert Assessement and Forensic Specialization in Corrections Forensic prognostics and forensic therapy (Forensic Risk Assessement and Psychotherapy) Forensic prognostics and Forensic Risk Assesment and Forensic Specialization in Corrections Forensic Therapy and Forensic Psychotherapy Specialization in ( Corrections) Dipl. Psych. Edgar Blawatt Employee in the Psychiatric-Psychological Service Prison Canton Zurich, forensic expert IOT Dr. Bernd Borchard Psychological psychotherapist, head of the forensic-psychiatric department of the psychiatric-psychological service in the JVA Pöschwies Lic. Phil. Célia Danielsson Psychologist in the youth forensic department of the University Psychiatric Clinics Basel, FOTRES trainer Dipl. Psych. Klaus Elsner Psychological psychotherapist, specialist psychologist for forensic psychology BDP / DGPs, head of a forensic department in the LVR Clinic Viersen 15 Final thesis Degree The MAS- requires a degree with a final colloquium and a thesis. Master of Advanced Studies UZH in Forensic Sciences with 60 ECTS credits Prof. Dr. phil. Jérôme Endrass Member of the Management of the Psychiatric-Psychological Service, Prison Canton Zurich. Professorship at the University of Konstanz for Forensic Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology Prof. Dr. med. Anneliese Ermer Management responsibilities and forensic activities in the areas of therapy and assessment in Berlin, Zurich and Bern. Since July 2004 chief physician and head of the forensic-psychiatric service at the University of Bern. Member of Kofako, Board member SGFP STA lic. iur. Myriam Ernst Public Prosecutor at the Public Prosecutor's Office IV, Zurich-Sihl DAS in Forensic Science IOT, formerly legal secretary of the expert commission of the Eastern Switzerland Concordat (statements on the relaxation of enforcement in the case of perpetrators with risk to the public) med. Marc Graf Specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy FMH, chief physician of the forensic department at UPK Basel. Establishment of the prison-forensic ambulance of the university psychiatric clinics. Head of the departmental research group with a focus on prognostic research and paraphilias. Member of the Central Switzerland Expert Commission for the Assessment of Publicly Dangerous Criminals M.A. Franziska Greber Psychotherapist SPV, supervisor, coach and organizational consultant BSO in her own practice, co-head of the IST Intervention Center against Domestic Violence in the Canton of Zurich PD Dr. med. Elmar Habermeyer Chief Physician of the Center for Forensic Psychiatry at the Psychiatric University Clinic in Zurich. Studied medicine and trained as a specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy at the University Hospital Aachen Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Andreas Hill Specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy, forensic psychiatrist and sexologist. In addition to teaching, research and continuing education and in close cooperation with the UKE, he has been working as a psychotherapist and forensic psychiatrist in his own practice in Hamburg since 2009. Book publications

10 Lecturers Lecturers Lecturers Dipl. Psych. Ingrid Hülsmann Graduated psychologist, specialist psychologist for psychotherapy FSP, sex therapist DGfS in own practice Alex Schilling MAS ZFH supervision and coaching in organizations, FH in social work and sociocultural animation Lic.phil. Lorenz Imbach Psychologist, Deputy Therapeutic Head at the Measures Center Uitikon Psychotherapeut, Forensic Science IOT, DAS in Forensic Science, Forensic Expert Assessment, expert for forensic psychiatric reports Prof. Dr. iur. Daniel Jositsch Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law at the University of Zurich 16 Lic. Iur. Attorney Joe Keel Formerly as examining magistrate, court secretary and employee in the legal service of the therapist IOT, own practice, MAS in Forensic Science 17 of the Justice and Police Department at that time. From June 1, 1991, head of the penal system and measures to be taken in the canton of St.Gallen. Since January 1, 2008, head of the new prison department in the canton of St.Gallen. Co-Secretary of the Eastern Swiss Prison Concordat Dr. med. Carole Kherfouche Forensic Psychiatrist SGFP, Forensic Expert and Psychotherapist IOT, Head of Forensic Science IOT, Member of the Expert Commission for the Assessment of Publicly Dangerous Criminals Kt. Friborg Lic. Iur. Lawyer, Cornelia Kranich Schneiter Mediator SAV, Co-Head of IST, Intervention Center against Domestic Violence of the Directorate of Justice and the Interior of the Canton of Zurich Dipl.psych. Stefan Schmalbach Head psychologist and responsible for QM and legal prognosis in the DPT department, prison canton of Zurich Psychotherapist Forensic Science IOT, Forensic Expert Assessment, expert, supervisory and speaker activities, supervision of various study and diploma theses (clinical and forensic psychology, FOTRES trainer Dipl. Psych FH Corinne Schneider Psychotherapist SPV, MAS in Forensic Science and prognosticator, Forensic Dr. med. Thorsten Spielmann Senior Physician at the Forensic Clinic of the UPK Basel. Own practice for expert opinions and therapy Forensic Science IOT, DAS in Forensic Expert Assessment, SIM certification, Forensic Psychiatrist He mainly treats sex offenders in group settings and spent several months in 2006 with Bill Marshall in Canada. Expert for forensic-psychiatric and insurance medical reports Lic. Phil. Matthias Stürm Integrative Therapist & Gestalt therapist, specialist psychologist for Re chtspsychologie FSP, Divisional Head of Delict Preventive Therapies in the Psychiatric-Psychological Service of the Justice Directorate (PPD) in Zurich Dr. med. Bruno Liniger FMH specialist in forensic medicine. Since 2002 at the Institute for Forensic Medicine (IRM) University of Zurich; Department of Traffic Medicine and Clinical Forensics, in the role of Deputy Head of Department, Head of Addiction and Psyche and Deputy Head of Quality Management (QM) for the entire IRM Zurich. Extensive teaching activities for the judiciary, police, various authorities and institutions Dipl. Psych. Klaus Mayer Lecturer Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW, probation and enforcement services Zurich, forensic enforcement specialist and forensic IOT, MAS in Forensic Science Lic.iur. RA Thomas Moder Public Prosecutor / Head of Department, Public Prosecutor Zurich-Sihl Dr. phil. Andreas Mokros studied psychology at the Universities of Bochum (Dipl.-Psych.) And Liverpool (M.Sc. in Investigative Psychology). Since October 2011 quality and research officer at the Center for Forensic Psychiatry at the Psychiatric University Clinic Zurich. Accompanying habilitation candidate at the University of Regensburg Dr. rer. nat. Astrid Rossegger Deputy Head of Department in the Psychiatric and Psychological Service, Prison Canton Zurich. Lecturer at the University of Konstanz Prof. Dr. med. Michael Thali Director and Full Professor of the Institute for Forensic Medicine at the University of Zurich. President of the course commission of the Institute for Victim Protection and Treatment of Offenders IOT, President of the Swiss Society for Forensic Medicine Lic. Phil. hum. Daniel Treuthardt Legal Psychologist, Head of Technical Support & Learning Program - BVD Zurich, Head of the Department for Forensic-Psychological Investigations - BVD Zurich, IOT Course Responsibility - Specialization Enforcement, Forensic Enforcement Specialist and Forensic Expert IOT, MAS in Forensic Science Prof. Dr. med. Frank Urbaniok Chief Physician of the Psychiatric-Psychological Service, Department of Justice, Canton of Zurich. Honorary professor at the University of Konstanz, private lecturer for forensic psychiatry at the University of Zurich Prof. Dr. iur. Torsten Verrel Director of the criminological seminar at the University of Bonn Med. Pract. Ramon Vettiger studied medicine at the University of Zurich. Training as a specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy. Worked in the psychiatric-psychological service (PPD) of the Zurich penal system; initially as an assistant doctor, later as a senior physician and since 2011 as a senior physician and deputy head. DAS in forensic sciences IOT Dipl. Psych. Helga Saller-Bott Psychological psychotherapist, supervisor, consultant in the advanced department of the Society for Psychosocial Research and Practice e.v.

11 Registration Registration form Forensic Sciences Application for Master of Advanced Studies Diploma of Advanced Studies Personal details Last name First name Street / No. Date of birth Nationality 18 ZIP / City Telephone 19 Country Mobile Business address Company Address Telephone ZIP / City Country Correspondence private or business Education University Graduation year Subject Matriculation number Acquired Title Other or further training Occupation Current occupation Function / position Industry

12 Registration for lecturers Previous professional activities Intended DAS / MAS - Focus Please enclose: 20 - Certificates and references - Curriculum vitae (training and job-related) - Brief description of your motivation for this and your relation to forensics - 1 passport photo Registration deadline Registration deadline on request Delivery address Institute for Victim protection and perpetrator treatment IOT, Espelstrasse 56, 8308 Illnau, confirmation I have read the general terms and conditions and I agree to them. The apprenticeship contract will be sent to you after your definitive admission to the course. Place, date, signature

13 lecturers at the university where research and science shape professional practice. Just a few years after completing a degree, the market value of the specialist knowledge gained has fallen sharply due to natural forgetting and new knowledge. Regular measures counteract this and ensure an above-average competitive knowledge portfolio. The University of Zurich has a wide range of courses, which include part-time courses as well as one-day and multi-day courses. The courses (MAS, DAS and CAS) are aimed at people with a university degree or equivalent training. Subject-specific courses are aimed at selected professional groups, courses on general topics are open to anyone interested. at the university is not only the transfer of knowledge, but also the exchange of knowledge. Using real-life examples and exercises, new techniques, models and practices find their way into the everyday work of the program participants. Through continuous comparisons with universities and technical colleges in Germany and abroad, as well as through the selection of academically trained and committed lecturers, we offer a high level of education. University of Zurich Hirschengraben Zurich Tel Fax Advanced Studies in Applied Ethics