Case Formulation: Developing a Meaningful Explanation of Risk

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Date(s) - 12/08/2023
8:15 am - 4:00 pm

Middlesex Fire Academy


Case Formulation: Developing a Meaningful Explanation of Risk

Presented by Andrew Brankley, Ph.D., C.Psych.

This training will be held in-person at the Sayreville Fire Academy @ 1001 Fire Academy Dr., Sayreville, NJ 08872

Breakfast starts at 8:15am

Presentation from 9am – 4pm, Lunch will be served

Professionals often rely on evidence-based tool to provide recommendations for treatment and management. As a result, a significant emphasis is placed on learning to score the tools as compared to how results can be used in practice. The purpose of this workshop is to enhance the clarity and effectiveness with which assessment results are used to form the basis of decision making. Seto’s Motivation-Facilitation model of sexual offending (2019) and cognitive-behavioural theory will be used to create a framework for audience members to hypothesize the functional relationships between treatment targets and future problematic behaviour. A diverse range of activities will be used engage audience members with the material, including game-based learning, case studies, and group work. Audience members are encouraged to bring their own challenging cases to the workshop.

Registration Fees:

NJATSA Member Rate:  $30

NJATSA Agency Member (no voucher):  $30

NJATSA Indiv/Agency Member (paying with voucher):  $45 

Non-Member:  $45

Non-Member (paying with voucher):  $60

Student Member:  $20

Student Non-member:  $25 

Psychology CEs:  $10


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