29 Sep Practical Application of the Good Lives Model
From 1:00 PM until 5:30 PM ET
Presented by Safer Society Press / email@example.com
The Good Lives Model (GLM) has become a popular approach to the treatment of people who sexually abuse; however, substantial variation has been observed in its practical application. This three-hour online training focuses on how programs and therapists can best integrate the GLM into treatment with persons who have sexually abused. It is suitable for treatment providers and program administrators working in prison, civil commitment, and community-based settings who wish to integrate the GLM. Preliminary research suggests that, integrated appropriately, the GLM offers potential for improving outcomes of treatment programs that follow a cognitive-behavioral (CBT) approach and that operate according to the Risk, Need, and Responsivity (RNR) principles. For example, research suggests that the GLM’s focus on engaging clients in the treatment process enhances treatment engagement, an important element of program effectiveness. However, misguided or otherwise poor application of the GLM in practice could increase the very risk treatment is designed to prevent and manage. The presenters have assisted programs around the world (for example, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Norway, North America, Germany, Italy, and Namibia) in integrating the GLM.
This online training provides practitioners and others with information as to how to translate and integrate the GLM into practice in the overall structure, content and process of sexual offending treatment, and illustrates key assessment and treatment strategies. The webinar provides an overview of GLM-based assessment and intervention planning and describes the module or phase-based structure of a RNR/CBT treatment program using the model. Lastly, the online training addresses how typical program modules targeting dynamic risk factors such as sexual and general self-regulation can be developed and integrated using a GLM approach.
As a result of this training, participants will be better able to:
1) Explain the “Primary Human Goods” of the Good Lives Model (GLM), also known as Common Life Goals
2) Distinguish between Common Life Goals that are important to the client in general, and those goals implicated in their offending specifically
3) Explain four kinds of obstacles that clients have experienced to implementing their Good Life Plan
4) Explain GLM-based assessment and intervention planning
5) Distinguish between integration and implementation of GLM
Cost of training and CE certificate: $100.00
CE Eligibility: APA Psychology*
*Social Workers and Counselors: We have applied for CE credits from other accrediting agencies.
To be eligible for a certificate, you must attend the entire live training and complete an evaluation form within 24 hours following the live event.