The likelihood of re-offense is considered within the nature of the problem, and each case is different.
A substance use assessment aims to determine if a person has a drug or alcohol disorder, the scope of the problem, and possible treatment measures. It involves clinical interviews, standardized tests, gathering of personal history, consultation with other professionals (e.g., physicians, etc.), interviewing qualified family members, and reviewing records (e.g., medical records, legal pleadings, etc.). The evaluation goal is a better understanding of the problem and the prospects of repeat offense. The likelihood of re-offense is considered within the nature of the problem, and each case is different.
Dr. Roth has two of the highest substance abuse and alcohol certifications.
Dr. Roth utilizes sound psychometric instruments to increase the report’s strength and consider the risk of deception due to the benefits involved. We all have an answering style. Malingering is not the only reason for faking good or bad. Suffering and cognitive impairment or dysfunction may also result in exaggerated symptoms. Psychological tests, tools, and instruments play an increasingly significant role in determining the outcome of legal cases. The findings will provide in-depth results, risks, and recommendations.