Sponsor our 2016-2017 NEARI Press Free Webinars
Please consider becoming a sponsor of NEARIPress.org's exciting new 2016-2017 NEARI Press Webinar series. We will continue featuring nationally recognized authors including, but not limited to Cordelia Anderson, David S. Prescott, Phil Rich, among many others.
For $98 as an individual or $250 as an organization, we will guarantee your seat in the webinar (15 seats for organizations). We do all of the work to sign you up each month, and, as a thank you for your essential support, we offer you two free NEARI Press books - Current Perspectives and Current Applications, both edited by David Prescott and Robert Longo. We think that this is a win-win situation for all of us.
For more information or to sign up, please contact Diane Langelier at 413.540.0712 x14 or at
NEW!! A Training Opportunity with Phil Rich, Ed.D., LICSW
Assessment of Juvenile Sexual Risk: Three-Day Certification
October 17-19, 2016
This three day training course will provide instruction and practice experience in administration of sexual risk assessment for juveniles who have previously engaged in sexually abusive behavior. The course will cover the process of risk assessment, from theory, method, and instrumentation to case study and applied practice, including case formulation.
This training program is not a webinar, but will be occuring at the LaSalle School in Albany, NY.
For more information, please click here.
You can download the registration form for this training course here.
Purchase Phil Rich's Overview of Juvenile Risk Assessment Webinar Series
*If you missed Phil Rich's 4-part paid webinar series for NEARI Press in May, An Overview of Juvenile Risk Assessment, and would still like to purchase and access the PowerPoint slides and videos from sessions 2-4 of that series, please contact Diane Langelier at
. The cost of the 4-part series is $60 to access videos and PowerPoint slides for all sessions. CE credits are available for each individual session of the 4-part series!
You can access the example PowerPoint slides from Part I here and the video presentation here.