Probation Scenario: Role Clarification
Watch as Robert Kehoe and Scott Covert role-play a probation scenario. This demonstrates the approach to clarify the active roles of the probation officer and the client. Clarifying these roles and dismantling false assumptions about these roles helps create a space of trust and encourages the client to see their situation as an opportunity to set goals and succeed in making positive changes.
In Facilitation Skills
Individual Facilitation Session 2
The facilitator and participant explore the value of a safety net and discuss existing reliable sources of support.
Group Facilitation 8/8: Wrapping Up a Session
As the session comes to a close, the facilitator reviews and assigns next steps.
Group Facilitation 2/8: Processing Out-of-Session Activities
This session features participants reviewing assigned out-of-session practice, with the facilitator guiding supportive conversation.
Group Facilitation 6/8: Letting the Group Drive the Session
Participants share potential steps toward change. With the guidance of the facilitator, the group expresses support to a fellow group member.
Group Facilitation 7/8: Supporting Different Personalities in Group
In this session, the facilitator interacts with a silent member of the group.
Group Facilitation 5/8: Running a Triad Activity
The facilitator walks the group through a triad activity, which allows the whole group to get involved in the discussion.