A Strengths-Based Approach to Reintegration - Working with a Corrections Cohort

This webinar will explore a targeted approach to creating wellbeing and personal development of un-sentenced prisoners (Correctional cohort) in prison.

The Correctional cohort present with a range of complex needs and require tailored intervention and support for their successful rehabilitation and reintegration into the community.

It is evident that a positive approach that is yielding excellent results is a focus on a strengths-based approach. This incorporates adult learning principles to allow skills development.

This webinar explores how to apply a strengths-based approach when working with a Correctional cohort and engage positively through examining evidence-based practice strategies.

About the presenter

Samantha Winnick has a wealth of experience, working in the community services and training sector undertaking work including case management, client assessment, leading family violence programs, Correctional programs and family services, youth work, protective care and community welfare programs. Samantha has designed, developed and delivered programs including ATLAS, LINCS, LINCS in Families, the SORT program and currently coordinates and oversees Offender Services programs at Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV). She also facilitates professional development workshops with the RAV Training and Development Team.

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