4th July 2024, 9.30am - 4.30pm (UK Time)
This intensive training focuses on developing an understanding of radicalisation in forensic populations with complex mental health issues. Attendees will utilise case material to formulate risk for extremist violence using a new conceptual model, the Eco-System for Extremist Violence (ES-EV).
Dr Sören Henrich will deliver this event. Dr Henrich is specialised in the understanding, assessment, and treatment of group-based violence. He has nearly a decade of experience working internationally in secure psychiatric settings, conducting risk and threat assessments, and is a published author. Furthermore, Dr Henrich has been delivering training for a diverse audience, including psychologists, police constables, and nurses on topics such as radicalisation, de-radicalisation, and hostage negotiations for the past five years at the University of Central Lancashire. He is now a lecturer at the Manchester Metropolitan University.
All attendees will receive handouts and a CPD certificate indicating attendance.
Live Online Zoom Event
Who Can Attend
Guides to formulate risk and care pathways are designed to be used by a range of disciplines. There are no restrictions therefore on the professionals that can attend although it is helpful to have some knowledge of what risk assessment includes. The most common attendees are psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, psychiatric and community nurses, police officers, prison officers, social workers, and probation officers. Support is also provided following the event in relation to queries over formulations.
£160.00 + VAT(32.00) = £192.00