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  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

4-5:45pm

UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare Library

Haviland Hall

Contact Charlie Berman at cberman@berkeley.edu with any questions.