Correctional staff are at the front lines of rehabilitation, and research is increasingly demonstrating the impact high quality staff interactions can have on recidivism. This skills-based training teaches staff a number of practices that they can use in their day to day supervision interactions that have been shown to increase the effectiveness of rehabilitative services and client supervision.
- Research on effective interventions identifies a set of practices that have been shown to improve behavioral outcomes with clients and to reduce recidivism.
- These practices improve the delivery and increase the effectiveness of rehabilitative services and client supervision.
- The training curriculum includes a basic overview of these practices and teaches participants how to model, teach, and practice pro-social skills and behaviors with clients.
- Training participants will receive on-site coaching and feedback from CJI staff on use of the skills taught during the session.
Audience: Direct service staff, case managers and their supervisors working in community and institutional settings
Prereq: Principles of Effective Interventions
Duration: A half day to a full day; additional coaching is available