cpss395 | undergraduate
Program Facilitation Skills
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Facilitation Skills for Special Populations
- Identify counseling models appropriate for specific populations within the correctional system.
- Describe the methods used within the models to reduce relapse in special populations.
General Facilitation Guidelines
- Identify the correctional counselor's role in program facilitation.
- Identify legal and ethical issues that may arise in program facilitation.
- Describe the goals of correctional counseling.
Evaluation of Success
- Examine the effectiveness of counseling on changing inmate and offender behavior and reducing recidivism.
Basic Facilitation Skills
- Describe strategies to build rapport with inmates and offenders in a correctional treatment or supervision program.
- Describe the effect of group dynamics on facilitating programs.
- Describe techniques for establishing a therapeutic environment.
Advanced Facilitation Techniques
- Identify which counseling models would be effective in an incarceration setting.
- Identify which counseling models would be effective in community corrections.
- Describe techniques for changing behavior, according to a specified counseling model.
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