The Community Corrections Colloquium at the UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare, will bring together expert providers to share their unique points-of-view on the importance of situating corrections reentry and rehabilitation in a community context, and the inherent tensions that complicate this work.
Panelists will share stories on topics such as “Providing Brief Trauma-Informed Therapy”, “Culturally-Competent Practice in Reentry”, “The Importance and Challenge of a Probation Officer/Therapist Collaboration” and “Learning From Lived Experience: Finding Meaning through Reentry”.
There will be a Question & Answer period with the audience following the presentation. Light refreshments will be provided.
Event is free and open to the public.
Monday, October 7th
UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare Library
Contact Charlie Berman at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.