THE INTERSECTION OF GENDER, TRAUMA AND EFFECTIVE MILIEU MANAGEMENT: INTEGRATING THE RESPONSIVITY PRINCIPLE INTO CORRECTIONAL OPERATIONS
June 21, 2016
Registration 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Program 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Alvis Administrative Building
2100 Stella Court
Columbus, OH 43215
DR, KIMBERLY SPERBER,Director, Center for Health and Human Services Research, Talbert House
A significant amount of research exists that demonstrates key differences in offending patterns and pathways into crime for women versus men. Research also highlights the prevalence of trauma among female offender populations and its impact on both program adjustment and post-release success. Consequently, this training will examine gender-based differences in the prevalence and manifestations of trauma, the impact of client trauma on the delivery of effective correctional services, and practical strategies for implementing trauma-informed milieu management techniques within male and female correctional environments in order to improve client responsivity to treatment. Participants will also have an opportunity to assess the extent to which their current program practices are trauma-informed and to identify areas for improvement post-training.
6 COBs, 6 RCHs, 6 CEUs
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