Women Working in Criminal Justice with Free Workshop DVD

Safer Society Press Women Working in Criminal Justice with Free Workshop DVD A book for women who work in a criminal justice setting, and for men, including supervisors, who wish to support their female colleagues. Workshop recorded at the 2014 ATSA Conference that examines how to effectively manage the challenging therapeutic relationship for female clinicians.
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Women Working in Criminal Justice with Free Workshop DVD

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<i>Women Working in Criminal Justice</i> with Free Workshop DVD
<i>Women Working in Criminal Justice</i> with Free Workshop DVD
<i>Women Working in Criminal Justice</i> with Free Workshop DVD
<i>Women Working in Criminal Justice</i> with Free Workshop DVD

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Women Working in Criminal Justice with Free Workshop DVD

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A book for women who work in a criminal justice setting, and for men, including supervisors, who wish to support their female colleagues. Workshop recorded at the 2014 ATSA Conference that examines how to effectively manage the challenging therapeutic relationship for female clinicians.
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Buy Women Working in Criminal Justice, Get Female Therapists Working with Male Sex Offenders Workshop DVD FREE! - A $20 Value!

Women Working in Criminal Justice
A Guidebook for Navigating Professional Challenges

by Laura Jakul & Bobbi Walling

With a chapter contributed by Shoshanna Must & Gretchen Sofocleous

The authors of this book acknowledge that working in criminal justice is challenging for anyone, male or female. They have written this book to help women in the field handle the special challenges that may cross their paths. It will also be a useful tool for male supervisors and colleagues for building awareness of the gender-related issues faced by their female colleagues.

The hybrid format of the book is intended to inform as well as to prompt self reflection. The case scenarios, questions, and reflections in each chapter provide a framework for women to process and explore their own experiences. Suggestions and considerations for practice follow each exercise to build professional awareness and efficacy, and enhance confidence in, as well as recognition of, the significant contributions of women working in criminal justice domains.

Female Therapists Working with Male Sex Offenders
Effectively Managing Clinical Challenges to Optimize the Therapeutic Alliance

featuring Bobbi Walling, Laura Jakul & Brenda Ellerby

Treating sex offenders is challenging work for male and female therapists alike. But for women, there is an extra dimension when working with male clients. In this workshop, recorded at the 2014 ATSA conference in Chicago, Bobbi Walling and Laura Jakul

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