Criminal attitudes are an important risk factor for antisocial conduct, according to peer-reviewed research, evidence-based theory, and clinical experience. The Criminal Sentiments Scale – Modified (CSS-M) is a leading self-report questionnaire that assesses criminal attitudes and is commonly-used in both clinical and research settings. This workshop will present historical, theoretical, and empirical information related to the CSS-M. Emphasis will be on the practical application of the instrument in assessment and treatment contexts. Normative data will be provided and case studies will be used to allow participants to practice administration and interpretation of the CSS-M. Upon completion of the course, participants will be capable of administering and interpreting the CSS-M. This training is eligible for 5.5 valuable Continuing Education Credits.
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