What is the focus of the Youth Justice Program?
Youth Justice Counselling provides:
- individual counselling (including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy [CBT]);
- family counselling (including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy [CBT]);
- risk assessments
Section 34 Psychiatric or Psychological Assessment provides:
A court-ordered assessment conducted by a Registered Psychiatrist or Psychologist on behalf of Woodview.
These assessments provide a Judge with an understanding of why the youth’s offenses began and may include suggestions about what can be done to stop them from occurring again.
This assessment tool is used for those 12 to 25 years old who have offended sexually. PROFESOR stands for Protective + Risk Observations forEliminating Sexual Offense Recidivism.
It identifies risk factors and protective measures. It can help in creating a treatment plan that will move individuals towards sexual and relationship health and reduce the possibility of re-occurrence.