Assessing and managing sexual risk, masterclass

Date: 18 April 2012

Assessing and managing sexual risk, masterclass

18 April 2012

Fee: £180.00 The fee includes light lunch, refreshments and handouts.

Venue: Conference Suite, Building 14, South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, Springfield University Hospital, 61 Glenburnie Road London SW17 7DJ

Who should attend? Professionals who may have to assess or manage sexual offenders or other individuals who pose a risk of sexual violence. This includes psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, probation officers and the police.

Course content:

A mixture of lectures, group work, and case focused discussions. Including:

  • What do we know about sexual offenders?
  • key issues in risk assessment, including their evidence base
  • two clinically-focused sessions

    It is co-ordinated by Julia Houston, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and joint editor of “Sexual Offending and Mental Health — Multi-disciplinary Management in the Community” (2008), Jessica Kingsley.

    Benefits of attending:

  • receive an update on the key issues in risk assessment
  • focus on the clinical area most relevant to your practice
  • presentations by experienced clinicians linking theory to practice
  • network with colleagues

    Contact details

    Tel: 020 3513 6305


    The Specialist Service Directorate provide a range of local, regional and national mental health services for children and adults: deaf; eating disorders; forensic; inpatient CAMHS sexual behaviour; neuropsychiatry; obsessive-compulsive disorder; body dysmorphic disorder; perinatal; traumatic stress; and prison mental health services. More

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