Violence Risk Assessment Workshops – New York, New York (CE’s Available)

Date:

June 1-5, 2015

Time:

0900 – 1630 (each day)

Location:

John Jay College
524 W 59th Street
New York, New York
10019

Details:

ProActive ReSolutions is pleased to be partnering with the Forensic Training Academy to provide workshops focused on violence risk assessment. The Workshops will be held at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in midtown Manhattan. Select from 2-Day and 5-Day Workshops to meet your practice needs.


5-Day Foundations of Violence Risk Assessment and Management Workshop
Presented by: Dr. Stephen Hart, Dr. Kevin Douglas, Dr. Laura Guy

This Workshop will provide professionals with general risk assessment and management principles and focuses on the most common forms of violence (e.g., general violence, sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking). It will provide professionals with practical skills related to using specific risk assessment tools, and knowledge about implementing violence risk assessment and management procedures.

The topics covered will include foundational principles of violence risk assessment and management and the use of standardized, evidence-based procedures for risk assessment and management, including the HCR-20V3, RSVP, SARA, B-SAFER, and SAM.


2-Day Assessing Risk for Violence using the HCR-20V3
Presented by: Dr. Stephen Hart, Dr. Kevin Douglas, Dr. Laura Guy

This Workshop consists of the first 2 days of the 5-Day Risk Assessment and Management Workshop but serves as a stand-alone workshop for those only interested in the HCR-20V3. This Workshop will provide professionals with general risk assessment and management principles and focuses on general violence. It will provide professionals with practical skills related to using the HCR-20V3, and knowledge about implementing violence risk assessment and management procedures.

The topics covered will include foundational principles of violence risk assessment and management and the use of the HCR-20V3, a standardized, evidence-based procedure for risk assessment and management.


2-day Assessing Psychopathy using the Hare Scales (PCL-R and PCL:SV)
Presented by: Dr. Stephen Hart

Participants will begin by learning principles of administration and interpretation, then build related skills by reviewing and discussing case studies. Next, participants will discuss the most effective ways to communicate their findings, both in writing and orally. Throughout, participants will have the opportunity to discuss critical issues related to assessment of PPD using the PCL-R and PCL:SV.

*All workshops accommodate varying levels of experience in risk assessment, from beginner to advanced, and are relevant for professionals from diverse backgrounds, including investigative psychologists and senior police officers working with threat assessment departments, as well as clinical forensic psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and nurses.

For more information, please see: http://forensictrainingacademy.org