Books on clinical skills: Risk Assessment

Here are references relating to different types of therapeutic interventions we can offer and different types of mental health issues, developmental disorders and other presenting problems.
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Books on clinical skills: Risk Assessment

Post by maven » Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:00 am

Books on Risk Assessment, recommended by clinpsy members
Each book is linked to Amazon, so you can buy it or get more information by clicking on the title.
Risk assessment

Morgan, S. (1997). Assessing and Managing Risk.

A pocket guide to assessing risk in mental health services - Chris Hart

Risk assessment when working with people with intellectual disabilities, by Carol Sellers
Assessing risk of suicide (written by an American Psychiatrist, but up to date)

Rethinking Risk Assessment (an evidence-based book about mental health and violence)

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