Project Description

Collaborative Working with Justice Involved Clients – A Values Based Approach

Justice-involved clients usually have more complex presentations, involving trauma histories, multiple mental health needs including personality challenges and the involvement of multiple agencies in their care and supervision. In this short course we outline a practical values-based model for engagement of stakeholders.

Additionally, our work is embedded within a broader system and therefore involves engagement of other elements within that system. This includes (most crucially) the client but may often extend to a broader network of colleagues, other services, carers and support persons, and others.

In this short course we outline a practical values-based model for engagement of stakeholders, with special emphasis on collaborative working with clients.

This 2.5 hour course will assist in demystifying the criminal justice system and in supporting improved, collaborative relationships with both clients and the services that support them. Using the acronym S.H.A.R.E.® this training will enhance your knowledge and contribute to improved process and skills, in supporting outcomes for people caught up in the criminal justice system.

You will learn:

  • The S.H.A.R.E.® Approach to effective engagement
  • The vital role of ‘systems awareness’ when collaborating with others
  • The need for honesty and ‘hard conversations’
  • The basics of ‘Adaptive Work’: a values-based approach to collaborative working
  • The role of reflection in effectively navigating relationships and systems based work
  • The need to enhance our own and others’ capacity for decision-making
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