A Study on the Relationship between Integrating Law and Psychology-Based Approach
Main Article Content
The aim of the study is to evaluate the relationship between integrating law and psychology-based approaches. The major objectives are to evaluate the main factors of integrating law and psychology-based approaches, determine the relationship between integrating law and psychology-based approaches and understand the advantages of integrating law and psychology-based approaches. The relationship between law and psychology-based approaches has gained increasing attention in recent years. Integrating psychology into the legal system allows for a more comprehensive understanding of human behavior, decision-making, and the impact of trauma on individuals. The intersection of law and psychology-based approaches is particularly relevant in areas such as criminal justice, family law, and child welfare. The incorporation of psychological evaluations and interventions in legal proceedings has the potential to improve outcomes for individuals and society as a whole. Thematic analysis is a widely used method for identifying and analyzing patterns and themes in qualitative data. In this study, thematic analysis will be used to examine the existing literature on the relationship between integrating law and psychology-based approaches. This approach will allow the identification of common themes and patterns in the literature, such as the impact of psychological evaluations on legal decision-making, the ethical considerations of integrating mental health professionals into the legal system, and the effectiveness of psychological interventions in legal proceedings. The intersection of law and psychology-based approaches is particularly relevant in various areas of the legal system, including criminal justice, family law, and child welfare. In the criminal justice system, psychological evaluations can provide insight into the mental state of the defendant and the likelihood of recidivism, which can inform sentencing decisions. In family law, the integration of psychological approaches can assist in determining the best interests of the child in custody and visitation cases.