Check-ins and time management

Delivering the content of weekly groupwork sessions whilst keeping participants engaged and on track can be challenging. 

The need to balance time constraints - whilst also ensuring that no one is left behind, rushed or overlooked -  can be difficult. 

Facilitators of perpetrator groupwork understand the importance of settling the group and engaging in dialogue as quickly as possible. The propensity, however, to hold extended check-ins can be problematic, and clients can be disruptive or dominating. 

This practice development session will help practitioners:

  • identify the reasons why time management of check-in sessions can be challenging
    explore ways to manage time effectively
  • consider a range of check-in processes to ensure anything important or relevant to risk is brought to the group
  • keep participants engaged and focused on the session topic.  

Date and location

Tuesday 19 October (18.00 - 20.00) on Zoom

Who can attend?

The Practice Development Day is for practitioners of Respect Accredited Members.

Who is this session aimed at?

  • Facilitators of perpetrator groupwork
  • Practice/Treatment Managers
  • Integrated Support Service Workers (including those from partner organisations delivering the ISS)

Book tickets

Ticket Cost Quantity
PDD 19.10.21 Free Unavailable
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