Intervention and planning using the Good Lives model with young people who sexually harm
Duration: 2 days
Maximum number of participants: 24
Specifically for those undertaking or supporting direct interventions with young people who sexually harm; including YOT workers, social workers, police officers, health professionals, residential social workers, education staff and others in the safeguarding children/public protection network.
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 they have completed both foundation and assessment training in this area of work.
- The Good Lives model as a framework for intervention planning, informed by AIM2 problem formulation
- Planning services and therapeutic work
- A range of intervention techniques including offence process, cognitive distortions, schemas, relationship and social skills, risk management
- Key areas of intervention with the young person's family and support system.
"Yes, great knowledge of trainer and working model"
"Really enjoyed the small group and the different disciplines"
"Very lively and engaging presentation. Very knowledgeable facilitator"