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Correctional Programs

Offender Rehabilitation Programs


Why work with Offenders?

People who have committed violent crimes and exhibited anti social behaviour are, whether we like it or not, still part of our community. Very few people stay in prison permanently.

Taking responsibility for one’s actions is not necessarily something that people learn by going to prison – however, it is a vital aspect of our programs.

When a person comes out of prison there is no guarantee of their rehabilitation- they have simply been punished; so one of the concepts of the program – goal setting and changing behaviours to get different outcomes – deals with these issues.

Our raises concepts that are vital to reintegrationinto the community, such as encouraging empathy for victims, encouraging personal initiative and individual goal setting.

Workshops and Programs for Correctional Centres

R Program (for correctional staff and inmates)

Our aim is to achieve positive attitude changes through education at all levels of community. We believe that prison inmates need to be included in this goal, as they are part of our community.

The R Program (Responsibility – Rehabilitation – Reintegration)was designed out of a belief that people who have committed crimes need to accept responsibility for their actions, the consequences of their actions and their victim’s suffering, before they can be rehabilitated.

This constructively confrontation program is available in two formats, for both inmates and staff. It has the potential to challenge negative belief systems and motivate individuals towards positive change.

A Certificate of attendance is given to those who participate fully in the workshop.

Watch our introductory video


Download our The R Program to find out more.

Reach Out and Relate Program (for correctional staff and inmates)

A program for developing relationships

This program is presented in a fun and spirited manner encouraging participants to work together addressing observable behaviours when being part of a team. The objective of this workshop is to engage participants to identify their own level of emotions and look at strategies for positive change.

The presenter uses tools and techniques that involve and encourage participation of individuals to display their preferred behavioural style and address ways to modify behavioural issues. The presenter also addresses levels of conflict and involves participants in their own personal journey and previous conflict through to future change.

Using a range of techniques and activities to reach the objective the topics covered are:

  • DISC Behavioural Profile (modified)
  • Behaviours and communications
  • Team activity for change
  • Conflict escalation
  • Conflict resolution strategies
  • The power of change

A Certificate of attendance is given to those who participate fully in the workshop.



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