Probation Scenario: Goal Setting
Watch as Robert Kehoe and Scott Covert role-play a probation scenario. This role-play demonstrates how officers can offer support to clients as they identify goals and develop strategies to make progress toward these goals. This shows the ideal balance an officer can take in offering ideas and strategies and show investment in the client’s progress without overpowering the client’s own plans and autonomy.
In Facilitation Skills
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: 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.
Impaired Driving Activity: Cost of Impaired Driving
Help participants recognize the high cost, both financially and personally, of a DUI and multiple DUI.
Probation Scenario: Evoking Change Talk
This scenario exemplifies how to successfully evoke change talk within the client.
Probation Scenario: Role Clarification
This scenario demonstrates the approach to clarify the active roles of the probation officer and the client.
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.