Intervention and Planning Training – 8th/9th April 2014

Intervention and planning using The Good Lives Model; Facilitated by G-Map

Prerequisites

Participants are expected to have a good working knowledge of issues relating to work with young people who sexually harm. This will usually mean that participants have completed both foundation and assessment training in this area of work.

Level : Intermediate

Suitable for : Practitioners in all professional settings               involved in individual direct work programmes with young people who sexually harm

Timescale : 2 days

Date               :          8 & 9 April  2014

Cost                         ;          £260

Aims

This course will provide practitioners with a detailed framework for designing and implementing holistic intervention strategies based on the Good Lives Model. Techniques to address common offence specific issues will also be covered.

The training will provide a guide to effective practice, usable resources and techniques in the following areas:-

  • Promoting motivation and engagement
  • The Good Lives Model as a basis for intervention planning
  • Co-working
  • Identifying individual needs and goals
  • Planning services and therapeutic work
  • Intervention techniques in offence specific work

OBJECTIVES

The training will enable staff to:

  • To develop individual therapeutic programmes for young people
  • Engage and motivate young people
  • Formulate structured intervention plans
  • Conduct individual work sessions on offence related issues

CONTENT

The training will cover:

  • Co-working
  • The Good Lives Model
  • Planning services and therapeutic work
  • Work to address cognitive distortions, offence pathways, risk management
  • Session planning

To apply complete the application form   Gen courseapp form vers2 – contact www.aimproject@msn.com