Workplace Threat Assessment
During a workplace threat assessment, Dr. Ernst provides an opinion of the degree of risk an employee presents in the workplace, which individuals are most likely to be injured by the threatening employee, and situations in which the employee is most likely to exhibit dangerous behavior. Dr. Ernst’s opinions are informed by a careful analysis of the employee’s history of threatening behavior, psychological factors driving the employee’s threatening behavior, and the presence or absence of empirically derived risk factors which are associated with an increased risk of workplace aggression. Dr. Ernst utilizes well-established psychological tests, such as the WAVR-21, when conducting workplace threat assessments.
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