WATSA is pleased to offer
The Static-99R and STABLE 2007 two-day training
Date:Thursday January 30th & Friday January 31st, 2020
8:30am - 5:00pm
Location: La Quinta Inn & Suites
1425 East 27th Street
Tacoma, WA 98421
Cost: $325; 16 CEUs
This two-day workshop provides a research overview and up to date training on the administration and scoring of the Static-99R which was significantly updated in 2016. The Static 99R is the most widely used risk assessment tool around the world. Additionally, this training covers STABLE/ACUTE-2007 risk/needs assessment protocol, how to combine scoring of the multiple instruments, and how to conceptualize, describe and report on overall risk levels. This training will include revisions to the Acute 2007 materials released in late 2019, however, scoring of the Acute will not be covered. Training includes large group discussions, role play, small group and individual exercises with a focus on becoming proficient in the use of these sexual offense specific tools. The workshop is designed for all stakeholders in sexual offense specific management, including parole/probation officers, law enforcement, treatment providers, attorneys, evaluators, managers and administrators. Participants will not only learn the administration and scoring of these instruments, they will also receive feedback and suggestions for interviewing skills and obtaining information in adversarial contexts. The training will also focus on the scoring of the assessments. For those in a forensic context, defending these in court will not be covered. Participants will receive copies of the risk tools, interview guidelines, scoring sheets, and other materials, with no restrictions on duplication for their own use.
For those working in a forensic or inpatient setting, additional materials will be made available for conceptualizing and scoring the Stable 2007.
Jeff Landon is administrator of an acute psychiatric evaluation and treatment facility in Olympia Washington. In his current role, he is also a member of the Justice Involved Mental Health Steering Committee. Prior to this role, he was the Senior Administrator of Washington Department of Corrections’ (WADOC) Evidence-Based Programs to include sex offender treatment, assessment, substance use disorder treatment, gender responsive operations, quality assurance and the sex offender Law Enforcement Notification (LEN) program. He is certified to deliver the Static 99R, with recertification to train the updated Static 99R 2016 version. He served in many roles within WADOC’s sex offender treatment and assessment program to include the statewide Clinical Director. SOTAP is a prison-based sexual deviancy treatment for nearly 600 clients at two prisons for male offenders, a small program in an institution for females and community-based treatment upon release from incarceration. He has presented at the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers national conference related to the treatment of high-risk individuals who categorically deny offending and at various other conferences related to risk assessment and sex offender treatment and management. He currently provides subject matter expert consultation related to the treatment, supervision, management, and reintegration of individuals found to meet criteria under Sexually Violent Predator statutes. He has trained forensic evaluators, treatment providers, attorneys, corrections administrators and criminal justice professionals in many jurisdictions in the use of the Static 99R, Stable and Acute 2007.
Corey McNally: I earned my BA in psychology in 2005 and my MS in Clinical Psychology in 2007 at Eastern Washington University. I completed my practicum at the now closed Pine Lodge Correctional Center for Women. After graduate school I worked in a residential care facility in Spokane for primarily the mentally ill after being released on an LRA from Eastern State Hospital. In 2008 I began working at the Special Commitment Center as a psychology associate. I provided treatment to both the special needs and regular track populations. I also served in various treatment team lead capacities and was a member of the Crisis Negotiations Team (CNT). I went through the FBI Hostage Negotiations training in 2010. Also in 2010 I became an adjunct lecturer for Eastern Washington University at the Bellevue campus. While at the SCC I revised a portion of the treatment program. I earned my license as a mental health counselor in 2012. In 2014 I took a temporary position with the Department of Corrections as an administrator for cognitive behavioral programs and returned to SCC later that year. In the spring of 2015 I started in my current position as the Qualtity Assurance and Training Manager for the sex offender treatment and assessment programs. In this position I researched and wrote the current treatment program and in January of 2016 I became a certified trainer in the Static 99R and the Stable and Acute 2007. I have provided numerous trainings on these assessments and presentations on the DOC treatment program.