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The Peers group program: Successfully rehabilitated released prisoners as partners of newly released prisoners' The Peers group program: Successfully rehabilitated released prisoners as partners of newly released prisoners' rehabilitation Mr. Avraham Hoffmann Judea and Samaria College, Ariel, Israel Founder and Former DG of the Israeli Prisoner Rehabilitation Authority ICPA 10 th annual conference: October 26 – 30, 2008, Prague. A. Hoffmann Peers group program

Can we ensure a sustainable rehabilitation for prisoners? The perseverance of the rehabilitatee is Can we ensure a sustainable rehabilitation for prisoners? The perseverance of the rehabilitatee is the top task of the rehabilitator. A. Hoffmann Peers group program 2

How can we achieve a sustainable rehabilitation? The PRA programs • Employing successfully rehabilitated How can we achieve a sustainable rehabilitation? The PRA programs • Employing successfully rehabilitated inmates as guides in our hostels for released prisoners. • The PRA Hostels as rehabilitation centres for graduates. • The Peers group program A. Hoffmann Peers group program 3

Peers group program This program trains released prisoners, who have successfully sustained rehabilitated for Peers group program This program trains released prisoners, who have successfully sustained rehabilitated for at least 2 years, to become active partners in the rehabilitation process of newly released prisoners. A. Hoffmann Peers group program 4

Which released inmate is eligible to become a Which released inmate is eligible to become a "peer"? • Being drug free for at least 2 years – according to urine tests. • Hasn't been involved in crime for at least 2 years – according to police reports. • Has been persevering at a steady work for at least 2 years. • If married – he is conducting healthy and non violent family relations. A. Hoffmann Peers group program 5

Peers group program A former offender cannot stay neutral toward crime. He cannot just Peers group program A former offender cannot stay neutral toward crime. He cannot just ignore it, he must take a stand. One way is by helping the rehabilitatee and strengthening his perception of the positive life style. A. Hoffmann Peers group program 6

Winnicott's Object Relations theory The permanence of the object in the Peers program 1. Winnicott's Object Relations theory The permanence of the object in the Peers program 1. 2. 3. 4. Permanence of psychotherapist. Permanence of place. Permanence of time. Common task. A. Hoffmann Peers group program 7

Winnicott's Object Relations theory The permanence of psychotherapist Group digestion and internalization A. Hoffmann Winnicott's Object Relations theory The permanence of psychotherapist Group digestion and internalization A. Hoffmann Peers group program Therapist 8

Winnicott's Object Relations theory The permanence of place Prison Work room Projection of an Winnicott's Object Relations theory The permanence of place Prison Work room Projection of an outside world Projection of the inner world into the room Lack of time intervals Intervals: come & go Difficulties for individuation There is no privacy Individuation A. Hoffmann Peers group program 9

Winnicott's Object Relations theory The permanence of time the Interval • • • the Winnicott's Object Relations theory The permanence of time the Interval • • • the Meeting The ability to: Wait • Meet & Listen Digest • Cope with differences Internalise • Imagine Be alone • Identify with Apply & practice • be examined and tested A. Hoffmann Peers group program 10

Winnicott's Object Relations theory The Common task Not to go back to prison Peers Winnicott's Object Relations theory The Common task Not to go back to prison Peers & Trainees share: • Fate • Memories from the same world • A language with code of its own • Norms of a sub-culture A. Hoffmann Peers group program 11

The peers training The tools they learn: • The Maslow hierarchy of needs model. The peers training The tools they learn: • The Maslow hierarchy of needs model. • Coping with stigma and belonging to a new social group. • Differentiating between power and aggressiveness. • Communications modes: aggressive and passive vis-à-vis assertive. • Problem solving tools. • Negotiating tools. A. Hoffmann Peers group program 12

The peer and his trainee The principle of pair and cooperation: creation of a The peer and his trainee The principle of pair and cooperation: creation of a special bond "together" – we have a common history. "apart" there are limits between us. A. Hoffmann Peers group program 13

Peers group program The program's 5 elements: 1. Professionals – therapists. 2. Peers – Peers group program The program's 5 elements: 1. Professionals – therapists. 2. Peers – released prisoners that successfully rehabilitated. 3. Trainee – released prisoners at the beginning of their rehabilitation process. 4. Pairs – a peer and a trainee. 5. Group – a therapeutic setting where the professional, the peers and the trainees participate. A. Hoffmann Peers group program 14

Peers group program Program's stages: Stage 1: Therapist + Stage 2: Peers = group Peers group program Program's stages: Stage 1: Therapist + Stage 2: Peers = group + Trainee = pair meeting therapist pair Stage 3: Therapist + Peers + Trainees A. Hoffmann Peers group program = pair Group pair 15

Peers group program “When you build a new house, you shall make a guard Peers group program “When you build a new house, you shall make a guard rail for your roof…" Deuteronomy (22: 8) A pleasant guard rail = rehabilitative community Thank you! A. Hoffmann Peers group program 16