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Violence Risk Assessment Case Study

This is an example of a violence risk assessment case, to give readers a better idea of how to assess violence risk.  ---- Nature of the Evaluation:

Violence Risk Assessment - From Certificate to Career

The public, credentialing organizations, the legal system, school systems, and various other stakeholders expect and need mental health and legal

Overview of the Violence Risk Assessment Certificate

This certificate aims to enhance professional decision-making associated with violence risk and learn skills to effectively formulate and communicate

Translating Research Into Practice

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Beyond “Mad, Bad, or Sad:” A Closer Look at Personality Profiles and Risk Level in Justice Involved Youth

Although recommendations regarding how to incorporate cultural considerations in forensic evaluations have been published over the past decade, there

Can’t Get No Satisfaction? An Examination of Quality of Life in Adolescent Offenders

Although recommendations regarding how to incorporate cultural considerations in forensic evaluations have been published over the past decade, there

Going Against the Grain – Striving for Cultural Competence in Forensic Mental Health Assessment

Although recommendations regarding how to incorporate cultural considerations in forensic evaluations have been published over the past decade, there

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Case Study: RSVP Training Australia

In 2021, a group of international practitioners from Australia requested specialized live training to access within their time zone. Specifically,

Case Study: Board Certification

Dr. Kyle Clayton, Ph.D., ABPP is a Board Certified Forensic Psychologist and Associate at Price | Proctor, a forensic psychology and neuropsychology

Case Study: The State of New Jersey

In 2020, the Ann Klein Forensic Center (AKFC), an arm of the State of New Jersey’s government, became concerned that their competency evaluation

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