The prediction of recidivism risk and the identification of criminogenic needs are key to evidence-based practice in correctional, legal, and behavioral health settings. The most commonly-used and widely-researched instrument for risk/needs assessment in adult offenders is the Level of Service Inventory-Revised (LSI-R). Following the Risk-Need-Responsivity Model of offender rehabilitation, the LSI-R has been found to be effective in predicting community recidivism, institutional misconduct, probation and parole outcomes, and success in halfway houses. Presented by one of only 14 Master Trainers in the world, this workshop will train you in the use of the LSI-R while earning 9 hours of valuable Continuing Education Credit.
The development of the LSI-R will be discussed, item-by-item instructions will be given on how to reliably score the measure and interpret its findings, a review of the peer-reviewed research on the LSI-R will be provided, and guidance will be put forth on how to apply LSI-R reporting conventions. Case studies will be employed to allow you to practice using the tool’s coding manual and to learn to avoid common administration errors. Attendees should have access to an LSI-R manual and coding sheet purchasable through the instrument’s publisher, Multi-Health Systems. For details, visit: http://www.mhs.com/
More cost-effective and time-efficient than attending an in-person workshop but covering the same content, this innovative On Demand training is the first-of-its-kind.
Why Train With GIFR?
Eliminate hidden costs of in-person trainings including travel, hotel, food, and gas
Increase the reliability and accuracy of your recidivism risk/needs assessments using the LSI-R
Earn 9 Continuing Education Credits from APA, ASWB, NBCC, ANCC, NAADAC, and CPA
Ralph Fretz, PhD is a licensed psychologist and expert witness who is an official Master Trainer for the LSI-R, LS/CMI, YLS/CMI, and LS/RNR. Former award-winning Director of Assessment and Research at Community Education Centers, Dr. Fretz is a graduate of Columbia University and Seton Hall School of Professional Psychology. He has worked with a variety of populations including juvenile and adult offenders, sexual offenders, and psychiatric inpatients. Dr. Fretz’s work has been published in a number of leading scholarly journals, and he frequently speaks at national and international conferences.