Protective Factors for Violence Risk: The Value for Clinical Practice

@inproceedings{Robb2012ProtectiveFF,
  title={Protective Factors for Violence Risk: The Value for Clinical Practice},
  author={Michiel de Vries Robb{\'e} and Vivienne de Vogel and Jeantine Stam},
  year={2012}
}
Violence risk assessment tools in forensic psychiat ry have traditionally solely been focused on risk factors. Recently, positive psychology inspire d a more strengths-based approach to treatment and sparked an innovation in the assessme nt of violence risk: the introduction of protective factors. The Structured Assessment of Protective Factors for vio lence risk (SAPROF) was developed to complement violence risk a sessment with an assessment of protective factors. In this article, clinical… CONTINUE READING

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