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Professional Boundaries

Today, 8:30 AM » 12:30 PM

Professional Boundaries

Montana Women's Prison

Instructor:  Mike Moorman

Date-Time-Location:

  January 26, 2021                  Tuesday

  8:30am-12:30pm

  Montana Women’s Prison
  701 South 27th Street
  Billings, Montana

  To Register Contact:

  At MWP-

  Timothy Hosa

  THosa@mt.gov

  406-247-5118

  Geri Mason
  (406) 415-6307
  gmason@mt.gov

Available Credits:
POST Credit

Purpose

Addresses personal/professional boundary issues experienced by correctional employees while working with offenders in any capacity and how to recognize these issues. The course then proceeds to describe useful and effective self-care tools as well as organizational strategies that optimize employee’s ability to overcome red flags, personal boundary issues, and effective communication strategies.

The specific areas that will be examined are:

  • Participants will define what staff boundaries are
  • Participants will define what inmate boundaries are
  • Participants will recognize red flags as well as other boundary issues
  • Participants will participate in problem solving real life scenarios
  • Participants will get real life perspective’s from and inmate

Who Should Attend:  All Employees

 

Professional Boundaries

Thursday, January 28, 8:30 AM » 12:30 PM

Professional Boundaries

Montana Women's Prison

Instructor:  Mike Moorman

Date-Time-Location:

 January 28, 2021                 Thursday
 8:30am-12:30pm

 Montana Women’s Prison
 701 South 27th Street
 Billings, Montana

 To Register Contact:

 At MWP-

 Timothy Hosa

 THosa@mt.gov

 406-247-5118

 Geri Mason
 (406) 415-6307
 gmason@mt.gov

Available Credits:
POST Credit

Purpose

Addresses personal/professional boundary issues experienced by correctional employees while working with offenders in any capacity and how to recognize these issues. The course then proceeds to describe useful and effective self-care tools as well as organizational strategies that optimize employee’s ability to overcome red flags, personal boundary issues, and effective communication strategies.

The specific areas that will be examined are:

  • Participants will define what staff boundaries are
  • Participants will define what inmate boundaries are
  • Participants will recognize red flags as well as other boundary issues
  • Participants will participate in problem solving real life scenarios
  • Participants will get real life perspective’s from and inmate

Who Should Attend:  All Employees

 

Motivational Interviewing

Monday, February 8, 8:00 AM » Tuesday, February 9, 5:00 PM

Motivational Interviewing

Montana Highway Patrol Office-Great Falls

Instructors: Jim Pagels

Date-Time-Location:
February 8-9, 2021                Monday-Tuesday
8:00am-5:00pm (each day)

Montana Highway Patrol Office
1001 River Dr N                            (Right Behind Missouri River Restaurant)
Great Falls MT                 

To Register Contact:
Geri Mason
(406) 415-6307 GMason@mt.gov

This class is a Pre-Requisite for MORRA Training

Purpose

To provide practitioners, who are working with resistive, chemically dependent or criminal populations, with specific knowledge, skills and techniques to more effectively reduce offender resistance, increase offender motivation to change, and reduce individual criminal risk.

The specific areas that will be examined are:

  • Effective interventions with this population
  • Human factors related to resistance to change
  • Communication techniques designed to increase motivation
  • “Stages of Change” as it applies in corrections
  • Basic Communication Skills

Who should attend: This course is designed for correctional professionals with direct contact with offenders on a regular basis, particularly those with supervisory authority over offenders.

Cell Extraction

Tuesday, February 9, 12:00 PM » 4:00 PM

Cell Extraction

Montana Women’s Prison - Billings

Instructor(s): Tim Hosa & Jason Ness

Date-Time-Location:
February 9, 2021-Tuesday            12:00pm-4:00pm

Montana Women’s Prison
701 S 27th Street
Billings, MT

To Register Contact:
Tim Hosa
(406) 247-5118
THosa@mt.gov

Cost: Free

POST Credit Available

Purpose

At the conclusion of this lesson, participants will:

  • Determine the need for a cell extraction;
  • Recognize and utilize equipment for cell extraction;
  • Know each team member’s positions and responsibilities; and
  • Know the after care of the offender extracted

Who should attend: All uniformed staff