This final chapter is about bringing all the preceding therapeutic work together in the form of a risk management plan, the New Life Safety Plan. The concept of relapse prevention will be discussed from a strengths-focused point of view, focusing on approach goals, but incorporating avoidance goals as well. Risk reduction and risk management strategies are outlined from a strengths-focused perspective. Two case studies will be referenced. The first features a newly retired man, ‘Sandy’, who has been convicted of a voyeuristic offence. He is a relatively low risk in terms of causing serious harm to others and committing sexual offences against loved ones, and will likely continue to live in a family setting. The second case study features a high-risk predatory paedophile who has committed very serious sexual offences against young boys. ‘George’ will never be allowed to live with children.