Working with complex individuals who have engaged with Corrections requires a strengths-based approach in order to build clients’ resilience and help them to successfully integrate and feel supported to move forward. One of the first steps when applying a strengths-based approach is to challenge our own perceptions and ideas and acknowledge clients’ capacity for change. This workshop looks at how to apply a strengths-based approach and engage positively with a Correctional cohort through examining evidence-based practice strategies.
In this workshop, participants will learn:
Professionals working with a Correctional cohort and/or supporting families.
Samantha Winnick, Taylor Morris and Luke McCord deliver the LINCS program at Relationships Australia Victoria. It is an educational workshop specifically designed for offenders who are subject to a Community Correction Order and is funded through Corrections Victoria. LINCS workshops are designed to improve participants’ capabilities and strengths, using skills-based activities that also identify strategies and supports that are relevant to each module. The activities also highlight the importance of the participants’ internal and external capacity in terms of their social supports, employment opportunities and access to education.
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