Presenter: Darcy Davis, PhD, MSW
Risk-need-responsivity theory is based primarily on theories of behavioral psychology and is intended to support efforts at crime prevention through providing services targeted towards individual criminogenic risk factors. The Risk Principle involves matching the level of service to the individuals risk to reoffend. There is a growing support in the research for reserving treatment resources for high risk offenders. The Need principle involves assessing each person for known criminogenic needs and target treatment based on their most salient needs. The Responsivity principle involves maximizing the potential success of rehabilitative intervention by providing cognitive behavioral treatment and tailoring the intervention to the learning styles, secondary needs, motivation, and strength of the offender.
Continuing Education Units: 2 CEUs
This training is approved for CEUs by the following professional organizations:
|End Date||12-31-2021 PDT|
|Registration Start Date||06-30-2021|
|Event Time Zone||PDT|
|Cut off date||12-31-2021|