(PETRA) Psychosocial Evaluation & Threat Risk Assessment

by Jay Schneller, PhD
ADMIN TIME
10 to 15 minutes
Ages
11 to 18 years
Benefit
Assesses psychosocial symptomatology and risk of violence threat among adolescents
Publish Date
2006
Qualifications
Level C required.

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PETRA Introductory Kit
SKU: PB-94

Includes Professional Manual; 25 Rating Forms; and 25 Score Summary/Profile Forms

1 x PETRA Introductory Kit   + $199.00
Kits & Manuals
PETRA Professional Manual
SKU: PB-94M
1 x PETRA Professional Manual   + $85.00
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PETRA Score Summary/Profile Form (Pad of 25)
SKU: PB-94B
1 x PETRA Score Summary/Profile Form (Pad of 25)   + $43.00
Forms
PETRA Rating Form (Pack of 25)
SKU: PB-94A
1 x PETRA Rating Form (Pack of 25)   + $88.00

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(PETRA) Psychosocial Evaluation & Threat Risk Assessment
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    Following a threat of violence, the PETRA enables you to analyze the context of psychosocial, ecological, and coping/resiliency factors to assist in the identification, assessment, intervention and treatment planning, and behavioral management of adolescents who pose a risk of targeted violence toward others.

    Fully understand the content and context of the threat of violence

    • Designed for use with adolescents who exhibit threatening behavior, primarily in school. Critical items identify known threat risk factors.
    • The PETRA provides four domain scores (Psychosocial, Resiliency Problems, Ecological, Total), eight cluster scores (Depressed Mood, Alienation, Egocentricism, Aggression, Family/Home, School, Stress, Coping Problems), two response style indicators (Inconsistency, Social Desirability), and eight critical items.
    • Interpretation is straightforward and incorporates a thorough five-step systematic methodology for gathering, guiding, and interpreting multisource data. Results should be considered in light of background information, information from other informants, and information gathered from follow-up interviews.