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Friday, March 19 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Best Practices Assessment and Intervention for Adolescents

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For this presentation we will cover ATSA guidelines for best practices on assessment and treatment interventions to lower reoffending risk for adolescents who have sexually offended.

We will cover ATSA guidelines on the Risk Needs Responsivity model and discuss the potential for more harm and increased risk through intervention that does not match the risk of the adolescent.

Research tells us that adolescents are extremely low risk. Yet punishments are often unhelpful and can also make them worse and higher risk. We will explain how and why this happens and share how the RNR model can be used to guide decision making for youth who have offended.

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Katherine Farrington

co-CEO and Clinical Director, Skipped Parts Counseling
Katherine (Katie) is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and has worked in both inpatient and outpatient therapy. Katherine is experienced in providing group therapy, couple's therapy, family therapy, and individual therapy. Katherine specializes in working with clients... Read More →
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Marie Grace

Co-CEO and Clinical Director, Skipped Parts Counseling
Marie is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist and am a board approved supervisor for LMFT and the MN Board of Behavioral Health for LPCC license. She has worked in a variety of community and secure settings with juveniles, adults and families who have struggled with chemical... Read More →

Friday March 19, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am EDT
Room 4