SOMB Training and Technical Assistance Center

How to Complete Online Pre-Recorded Webinars

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Directions on how to complete online pre-recorded webinars:

  • Register via an Eventbrite link provided.
  • Once you register for the training, you will receive a confirmation email.
  • In the confirmation email, you will find a link to a pre-test that you will need to take
  • At the end of that pre-test (right before you click SUBMIT), you will see a link to the pre-recorded webinar.
  • Copy and paste the link into a separate window on your browser and continue to submit the pre-test.
  • Once you watch the pre-recorded webinar, please send an email to cdps_dcj_training@state.co.us to get a link to a post-survey. The post-survey will have a certificate of completion. 
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Offense-Supportive Attitudes among the Sex Offending Population

Identification of common sex offense supportive attitudes is an important component of the evaluation of adults who have committed a sexual offense to assist in determining overall recidivism risk and providing appropriate treatment recommendations. Further, it is important for providers to be able to identify and address these supportive attitudes with clients in sex offense specific treatment. This presentation will assist both evaluators and providers in understanding how these different attitudes may be identified through various sources of information. More broadly, an appropriate assessment of these attitudes fits within the framework of the Risk-Needs-Responsivity model.

Objectives:  

Define and discuss the role of terms such as “offense-supportive attitudes,” “cognitive distortions,” and “schemas” in sex offending literature and treatment
Identify the common types of distorted attitudes seen among the sex offending population. 
Discuss denial and minimization and their role in sex offender treatment
Discuss offense-supportive attitudes among female offenders and other populations
Discuss how the assessment of these attitudes fits within the RNR model in evaluation and treatment
Practice identifying offense supportive attitudes through case examples

WHEN: March 7th, 2023

TIME: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

FORMAT: In-Person ONLY

LOCATION: Douglas County Fairgrounds

500 Fairgrounds Drive

Castle Rock, CO 80104

CEUs: 4

COST: $10

Register Here

 

SOMB Training Request Form

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ODVSOM Training Policy

By registering for any ODVSOM training, you agree to the Office of Domestic Violence and Sex Offender Management Training Policy. 

Read our Updated Training Conduct Policy

Request for Accommodations

For questions about accessibility or to request special accommodations please contact Taylor Redding at Taylor.Redding@state.co.us. We kindly request at least one week's advance notice of any needed accommodations. 

Certificate of Completion

Per the ODVSOM training policy, certificates are not tracked and managed by program staff. After 90 days, program staff will not be able to provide you with a copy of your certificate of completion.