11th Annual Conference: Promoting Excellence - Working Therapeutically in the Criminal Justice System
Wednesday, 4 July 2018 to Thursday, 5 July 2018
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the work and vision of the Counselling in Prisons Network, which was founded 10 years ago. This will be our 11th Annual Conference and will take place at Durham University on 4-5 July 2018.
The Work of the Network
The Counselling in Prisons Network is a Partner Organisation in The WHO Partnership for health in the criminal justice system. The platform is used as a tool for sharing publications, good practice guidelines, and other prison health-related information.
A key aim of the Counselling in Prisons Network is to identify and produce research agendas in relation to the engagement, management and treatment of female and mail offenders.
A key objective of the organisation is to develop effective interventions in relation to engagement, management and treatment of female and male offenders who are resident within the custodial setting. The primary aim is to grow an effective evidence base in working therapeutically in the criminal justice system.
This is achieved through:
- The pooling of expertise; sharing knowledge through networking.
- Providing support to members/practitioners and academics in the field of working therapeutically in the criminal system.
- Conducting relevant research in order to inform, practice and develop evidence based practice.
Durham University Business School
Mill Hill Lane
Full Delegate Package (GBP 99.00)
Attendance to the conference on both days, including refreshments and lunch each day, and dinner on the 4th July
2 Day Delegate Package (GBP 85.00)
Attendance to the conference on both days, including refreshments and lunch each day
1 Day Package (GBP 59.00)
Attendance to the conference one day, including refreshments and lunch
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