Criminal Court Evaluations
Domestic Violence Evaluations: Acts of domestic violence aren’t a “one size fits all” problem. These evaluations assess the scope, severity and context of the problem while offering important insights on accountability, typology, amenability for treatment and recidivism. This evaluation provides the court and probation departments critical decision-making information.
Violence Risk Assessments: Assessing violence risk and anger problems to determine scope, typology, and risk management strategies while discerning needs for treatment.
Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) Risk Assessments: Criminal sexual conduct — particularly in the era of internet crimes — can be misunderstood. Assessing the scope, context, typology, and severity of the sexual acting out problem can more accurately address public safety concerns while appropriating treatment for any underlying issues such as a progressive sex addiction.
Psychological Evaluations: Assessing psychological and personality functioning of an individual relative to criminal charges and/or convictions. Assessment findings relate levels of accountability, profiling, risks, and need for treatment.
Substance Use Evaluations: Assessing the presence, scope and severity of a substance abuse problem relative to criminal charges — such as driving while impaired — to arrive upon risk of recidivism and recommendations for treatment.
For more information on evaluations and assessments, contact us online or call us at (616) 456-1178.