Timothy J. Templin

Behavior Analyst, Help At Home LLC

Mr. Timothy J. Templin a counselor and behavior analyst with many years working in the mental health field. He has made presentations at the Association of Behavior Analysis International, and other similar organizations, in San Antonio, Texas, Denver, Colorado, Indianapolis, Indiana, Nashville, Tennessee, Kyoto, Japan and Gol, Norway. He is the author of a book, When I Was Thirty-Five I Had a Very Good Year, about his fathers art career.

He will be presenting at Association of Behavior Analysis International’s Annual Convention, this year, in San Diego, California, regarding the Behavior Analysis and Crime special interest group. In addition, a poster session will feature Criminal Behaviorology. In development is a regular podcast about Criminal Behaviorology. Mr. Templin has master's degrees in Forensic Psychology (John Jay College of Criminal Justice), Clinical Psychology (University of Indianapolis). He is a licensed mental health counselor and Board Certified Behavior Analyst.



  •  Friday, June 29, 2018
  • 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,
  • 60 Minutes
  • ¤139.00
A Behavior Analyst's Perspective on Competency to Stand Trial for Criminal Defendants

In the United States, a criminal defendant can be determined to be incompetent to stand trial, due to the presence of a mental disorder or deficit that impacts him or her in critical ways. The defendant must be able to comprehend the courtroom proceedings sufficiently well to engage in a defense. The defendant must be able to work with his attorney in an effective way that fosters trust, communication and agreement on important decisions. Also, the defendant should be able to maintain proper behavior in the court setting.





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A Behavior Analyst's Perspective on Competency to Stand Trial for Criminal Defendants

In the United States, a criminal defendant can be determined to be incompetent to stand trial, due to the presence of a mental disorder or deficit that impacts him or her in critical ways. The defendant must be able to comprehend the courtroom proceedings sufficiently well to engage in a defense. The defendant must be able to work with his attorney in an effective way that fosters trust, communication and agreement on important decisions. Also, the defendant should be able to maintain proper behavior in the court setting.

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A Behavior Analyst's Perspective on Competency to Stand Trial for Criminal Defendants

In the United States, a criminal defendant can be determined to be incompetent to stand trial, due to the presence of a mental disorder or deficit that impacts him or her in critical ways. The defendant must be able to comprehend the courtroom proceedings sufficiently well to engage in a defense. The defendant must be able to work with his attorney in an effective way that fosters trust, communication and agreement on important decisions. Also, the defendant should be able to maintain proper behavior in the court setting.