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.
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Impaired Driving Activity: Risky Business
Alcohol and other drug use can affect judgment, vision and reaction time… all three of which are critical in the operation of a motor vehicle.
Probation Scenario: Goal Setting
This role-play demonstrates how officers can offer support to clients as they identify goals and develop strategies to make progress toward these goals.
Impaired Driving Activity: What Is A Drink
Help participants appreciate that it is the quantity of alcohol they are consuming that is intoxicating, not the beverage.
Impaired Driving Activity: Poster Presentations
To demonstrate that the effects of alcohol are not limited to the short-term effects like “feeling drunk,” but that permanent damage can occur to a number of vital organs.
Impaired Driving Activity: Myth Versus Fact
To clarify common myths, many of which reveal thinking patterns that support or justify a person’s alcohol or drug use.
Impaired Driving Activity: Your Relationship with Substances
Help participants understand the different types of relationships they may have with alcohol and/or other drugs and how patterns of use can change over time.