Motivators for Engagement in Group Offending Behaviour Programmes

Emma Holdsworth, Erica Bowen, Sarah Brown, Douglas Howat

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Abstract

Offender engagement in group offending behavior programs (GOBPs) is under-theorized. Furthermore, there is no research on facilitators’ engagement. The Program Engagement Theory (PET) was developed using constructivist grounded theory to analyze interviews and session observations from 23 facilitators and 28 offenders. This paper focuses on engagement motivators. Offenders’ motivators were classified as internal drivers (e.g. seeing self as an agent for change) and in-session drivers (e.g. relating to facilitators). Facilitators’ motivators included knowing about offences and on-going behavior, vs knowing about offenders as people). The PET presents implications for referral procedures as well as the design and facilitation of GOBPs.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventInternational Association of Forensic Mental Health Services - Split, Croatia
Duration: 13 Jul 201715 Jul 2017
http://www.iafmhs.org/2017-Conference

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ConferenceInternational Association of Forensic Mental Health Services
Abbreviated titleIAFMHS
CountryCroatia
CitySplit
Period13/07/1715/07/17
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Holdsworth, E., Bowen, E., Brown, S., & Howat, D. (2017). Motivators for Engagement in Group Offending Behaviour Programmes. Paper presented at International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Split, Croatia.

Motivators for Engagement in Group Offending Behaviour Programmes. / Holdsworth, Emma; Bowen, Erica; Brown, Sarah; Howat, Douglas.

2017. Paper presented at International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Split, Croatia.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Holdsworth, E, Bowen, E, Brown, S & Howat, D 2017, 'Motivators for Engagement in Group Offending Behaviour Programmes' Paper presented at International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Split, Croatia, 13/07/17 - 15/07/17, .
Holdsworth E, Bowen E, Brown S, Howat D. Motivators for Engagement in Group Offending Behaviour Programmes. 2017. Paper presented at International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Split, Croatia.
Holdsworth, Emma ; Bowen, Erica ; Brown, Sarah ; Howat, Douglas. / Motivators for Engagement in Group Offending Behaviour Programmes. Paper presented at International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Split, Croatia.
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