Criminogenic Risk and Treatment Planning | Supported by CCSME

This program focuses on criminogenic risk factors, evidence-based practices and treatment planning that will identify and target behavioral interventions and faclitate positive outcomes for clients. The use of actuarial risk, needs, responsivity factors (RNR) and how to integrate assessments to deliver supervision treatment planning that impacts the client relationships will be discussed. During this workshop, the Criminal Thinking scales instrument used in predicting general offending will also be explored. Attention is given to evidence-based strategies that deal with the critical needs of clients and correlates with behavioral changes that reduce the risk of reoffending. The methods used to facilitate this training will be small group discussions, experiential exercises ad case studies.