Currently Developed Sessions
Creating Learning Experiences that Foster Change
Many men walk into BIPPs resentful, angry and place barriers on what possibly is a learning experience that could improve relationships with their partners and children. But does your group set the conditions for this learning to occur, or are you just setting up another impediment for them? This session will outline several evidence-based approaches that encourage learning experiences that motivate and challenge the men in your group and identify ways you can implement them that no matter what curriculum you are using.
Creating A-HA Moments
Do your sessions engage men in discussion that promotes critical thinking and action to change their abusive behavior? This webinar will help you identify common missteps in facilitation approaches and provide tools to help enhance the effectiveness of your content messaging to create A-HA moments for your participants. By using evidence-based methods to outline learning styles, the value of learning from peers and dialogue this session will give you the tools for an engaging group.
Men's Engagement in the Violence Against Women's Movement
Understanding some key elements about how men participated in the movement to end violence against women can provide valuable information for your staff. By providing a historical overview and reviewing national and state initiatives you will learn key takeaways for framing your program’s own engagement efforts.
Taking Steps Towards Becoming a Great Facilitator
Effective facilitation of a BIPP group not only requires content knowledge, it also demands a skilled facilitator who relies on approaches that encourage dialogue, resolve conflict, and reinforce accountability. Delve deeper into the BIPP process and facilitation techniques that promote healthy conversation and critical thinking. This session will review your role as the facilitator and examine strategies you can implement in order to lead productive and challenging dialogue.
One Hour Every Four Weeks: Creating an Effective Supervision Plan
Developing the skills to be a confident and effective facilitator takes dedication, experience, and training. However, facilitators also need guidance. The supervisor plays a key role in a facilitator’s success. Hernandez will provide you with supervision strategies that will enhance your approach to your employee’s training process and your program’s operation, all while staying in accordance with TDCJ-CJAD supervision requirements outlined in the BIPP Guidelines.