"Effective Documentation Practices that Improve Service Delivery and Outcomes in Community Corrections"
September 11, 2015
Registration 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Program 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Alvis House Administrative Building
2100 Stella Court
Columbus, OH 43215
Julie Kubin, LPCC_S, Assistant Clinical Director, Talbert House
This training will outline quality documentation practices with an emphasis on the concept of the “Golden Thread.” Participants will learn what the “Golden Thread” is, its importance in service delivery and its connection to the documentation process. Participants will engage in discussion and practice opportunities related to ensuring documentation is individualized to the needs of each individual being served and his/her assessed needs. Additionally, this training will educate participants on what Collaborative Documentation is, how it differs from concurrent documentation, its value in service delivery, and strategies of how to use it in ongoing daily practice with individuals. Participants will have the opportunity to practice these strategies and will explore the positive outcomes associated with Collaborative Documentation for the individuals served including recidivism reduction and the benefits for staff. Lastly, an overview of considerations related to Collaborative Documentation prior to implementation will be provided.
6 RCHs & CEUs
and 6 Changing offender Behavior (COB) Credits
TO REGISTER FOR "EFFECTIVE DOCUMENTATION PRACTICES THAT IMPROVE SERVICE DELIVERY AND OUTCOMES IN COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS" TRAINING CLICK ON THE REGISTRATION LINK ABOVE
Save the date. Next year’s conference: May 5-6, 2016
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