For many clients, the difference between rehabilitation and recidivism is the ability to create sustainable habits. All too often it is assumed that motivation is the most important factor in developing long-term behavior change…it’s not. For years community supervision has applied a variety of tactics to motivate change — incentives, sanctions, and programs and services — with varying levels of success. One often overlooked, more universal approach, is building sustainable habits – both for clients and the agencies that serve them.
If the events of 2020 have taught us anything, it is that disruption leads to change. Unfortunately for many, the post-pandemic norm has resulted in disruptive habits for clients, staff, and agencies. We all know you can’t order people to change, but what you can do is help develop habits that are building blocks for change. Clients need solid habits that will support them through rehabilitation, and beyond.
This webinar will provide insight into the components needed to build successful habits and provide a roadmap you can use to develop habit-driven skills and processes for agencies and clients.
Other Webinars with These Speakers
- April 22: Energizing Engagement in Uncertain Times
- Nov 2: Discover the “It” Factor of Behavioral Change (this webinar)