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A Contemporary Overview of Juvenile Risk Assessment Training Series
Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 January 2016 14:33
NEW 4-Part Webinar Series with Dr. Phil Rich
An Overview of Juvenile Risk Assessment: Parts 1-4
- An Introduction to Juvenile Sexual Risk Assessment: The Instruments (FREE) (January 12, 2016)
- The Empirical Basis for Juvenile Sexual Risk Assessment (May 10, 2016)
- Comprehensive Juvenile Sexual Risk Assessment and the Assessment Report (May 17, 2016)
- Juvenile sexual risk assessment instruments in application (May 24, 2016)
This series of four 1-hour webinars covers the development, construction, and design of adult and juvenile risk assessment instruments, the empirical base for juvenile risk assessment, the nature and elements of comprehensive risk assessment, an overview of assessment report writing, and the use of a case study in order to review actual application.
Cost is $60 and CE credits are available through Orlando Behavioral Health. More information about CE credits will be announced soon. The introduction is FREE and is necessary to preview for the rest of the series. All webinars are recorded and can be viewed at any time. If you can't make the date, you can view these on your own schedule.
Instructions to register:
- Click the PayPal "Pay Now" button below to be taken to PayPal to send us your payment. This does not require a PayPal account, but please make sure that you provide us an e-mail address.
- Upon completion of payment, your browser will redirect to the webinar registration page. Please make sure you fill out this page and click "Register" at the bottom of the page. You will not be registered for the webinar series until you do this!
* Please remember to finish your PayPal payment and then also complete the webinar registration afterwards. If the email address you would like registered is not your PayPal email address, please indicate that during checkout.
List of Webinars
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 January 2016 11:11
2015-2016 Free Webinar Series
All Webinars Begin at 3:00 pm Eastern Time and Run for One Hour
September 15, 2015: Building Motivation for Change; David Prescott, LICSW
October 20, 2015: Impact of Pornography on Children, Youth and Culture: Part 2; Cordelia Anderson, MA
November 17, 2015: Supporting Families of Children and Adolescents with Problematic Sexual Behaviors; Jane Silovsky, PhD and Jimmy Widdifield, MA, LPC
Jan 12th, 2016: Juvenile Sexual Risk Assessment; Phil Rich, EdD, LICSW
February 2, 2016:Promoting Sex-Wise Parenting: Supporting Parents to Promote Sexual Health and Safety at Home and in the Community; Janet Rosenzweig, MS, PhD, MPA
March 15, 2016: Family Reunification after Child Sexual Abuse "co-sponsored" with NSVRC; Peter Pollard, MPA
and Joan Tabachnick, MBA
April 12, 2016: Treating Adult Sex Offenders; Jill Stinson, PhD
May 10, 2016: Ask the Experts: A Case Management Challenge; David Prescott, LICSW
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Promoting Sex-Wise Parenting: Supporting Parents to Promote Sexual Health and Safety at Home and in the Community
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2016 12:49
Presenters: Janet Rosenzweig, MS, PhD, MPA
Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Host: Joan Tabachnick
Technical Advisor: Greg Day
This webinar offers one Continuing Education Credit for Social Workers and Psychologists.
This webinar will offer a presentation on human sexuality and psychosexual development, and explore how professionals can integrate this material into efforts with families and communities to promote sexual health and safety and prevent child sexual abuse. Built around two foundational beliefs that 1) human sexuality components are woefully lacking in many child sexual abuse prevention initiatives, and 2) parents play a critical role in promoting the sexual health and safety of their children, in their home and in the community. This webinar will provide information and resources for professionals to apply to their work.
Please click here to view the presentation slides.
Please click here to view the recording on the NEARI Press YouTube channel.
INSTRUCTIONS TO RECEIVE CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:
1. Download test questions from Orlando Behavior Health Services at the time you purchase your continuing education credits. To get to the test, you must complete your paypal purchase first. In the confirmation message, click the option to go back to the vendor site (www.orlandobehaviorhealth.org). The link will take you to a page with the download link for the questions file. In some browsers, the page will open, and in Google Chrome, the file will load as a link at the bottom of the browser window. Click on that download link to open the questions file. 2. If you have already purchased your continuing education credit, use the link below to access the test;
3. Answer True or False for each question;4. Save the test and your answers in a Word document;5. Email your test and answers as an attachment to Orlando Behavior Health Services at
to Dr. Michael Weinberg;6. Include your license type, license number and state;7. You must achieve at least 80% in order to receive continuing education credits. Your certificate will be emailed to you from Orlando Behavior Health Services. Please click here to download the post-test. If you need further assistance with Continuing Education Credits, please contact
or call 860-315-0565.
A Contemporary Overview of Juvenile Sexual Risk Assessment
Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 January 2016 12:55
Continuing Education Credits
Continuing Education Credits are available for many of these webinars. Click here to scroll through the various webinar options. To receive your CEs follow the instructions provided for the specific webinar.
Due to a recent change in regulations in the state of NY, Orlando Behavior Health Services is currently in the process of applying to the State of NY Social Work Board to provide Social Work CEs to NY licensed Social Workers. Until that time they are not able to guarantee that the NY Social Work Board will accept its CEs as they are approved by another state. Once its approval is received NEARI Press will post an announcement regarding NY Social Work CE offerings. If you have any questions please contact OBHS at 860-315-0565.
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