Sandy Jung, PhD, RPsych, is Associate Professor of Psychology at MacEwan University in Edmunton, Canada. She is widely known in the field for her expertise on the subject of applying risk-need-responsivity principles to the management and treatment of sexual offenders.
Listen as Sandy offers advice on how clinicians can shape their everyday practice around RNR by:
- using the risk principle to assign the appropriate level of service for a client
- selecting interventions based on the client’s criminogenic need
- assessing a client’s responsivity issues and adjusting interventions appropriately
Be sure to leave us your comments on this episode, and suggest questions that Mary might ask Sandy in a future episode!
Related SSP Material:
Purchase RNR Principles in Practice – In the Management and Treatment of Sexual Abusers receive the ATSA workshop for free!
Workshop recorded at the ATSA National Conference that examines how RNR can and should guide treatment of sexual offenders.