Criminogenic thinking is a primary risk factor for criminal recidivism, and thus a critical target for treatment aimed at reducing recidivism. The Measure of Criminogenic Thinking Styles (MOCTS) is an innovative self-report instrument which has been found to be valid and reliable in peer-reviewed research. Unique to the MOCTS is the ability to identify specific types of criminogenic thinking, each of which can be addressed using different treatment techniques. Presented by the lead developer of the instrument, this On Demand workshop will train you in the use of the MOCTS while earning 5.5 hours of valuable Continuing Education Credit.
The development of the MOCTS will be discussed, its administration protocol will be reviewed, 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 MOCTS will be provided, and guidance will be put forth on how mental health care providers in a variety of settings (e.g., corrections, forensic hospitals, college counseling centers) can best utilize the MOCTS in practice. A case study will be employed to demonstrate how findings from the MOCTS can provide practitioners with treatment targets, especially with regards to treating different types of criminogenic thinking.
More cost-effective and time-efficient than attending an in-person workshop but covering the same content, this innovative training is the first-of-its-kind.
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