Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour Transforming Rehabilitation Conference, 9/12/13

Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour Transforming Rehabilitation Conference, 9/12/13

Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour Transforming Rehabilitation Conference, 9/12/13 Baillie Aaron, Executive Director & Cofounder Agenda

Background Life Coaching Spark Inside Success Metrics Track Record Partners & Supporters TR Opportunities and Challenges Background

18 to 25 year-olds are over-represented in the CJS 10% of population vs 33% in CJS Reconviction rates of 76% (prison) and 67% (community sentence) Why? Need for specialised innovation Life Coaching Delving into clients values, motivations and goals by asking

powerful, open-ended questions that engage them in guided self-reflection around their motivation to change NO: Advice, suggestions or guidance Mentoring Counselling or therapy (incl. CBT) Sharing of experiences Teaching Life Coaching: Evidence Base Proven international model

PACT (Canada): 43% success rate Strong research base Men and women, young and old Offending; drug and alcohol misuse; self-esteem and aspirations; employment and education Based in neuroscience Institute of Coaching is at Harvard Medical School Spark Inside

What we do: Pure life coaching Clients: aged 15 to 25 in the CJS, London/Kent Coaches: pre-qualified/accredited life coaches (e.g., ICF, AFC) One-to-one coaching Through-the-gates (15 sessions: 9 in, 6 out) In the community (8 sessions) Group coaching: the Heros Journey

In custody and in the community (1 to 3 sessions) Spark Inside One-to-one coaching is best for clients who: Want to change but dont know how Leaving a gang Getting out of crime Are going through a transition Change in location Youth to adult prison/supervision

Group coaching also supports those who dont want to change / arent ready yet Success Metrics Identification of passions, skills, strengths and ambitions Focused, active goal pursuit Active engagement in meaningful education, employment, or training Improved soft skills

Reduced offending / associated risk factors Track Record Pilot (2013) 50% engaged in employment, education and training 0% reconvicted for a new crime Independent evaluation University of Cambridges Institute of Criminology

Partners & Supporters Close collaboration with probation/prison officers and complementary charities/companies York House Group YJB Evidence Awards national finalist TR Opportunities and Challenges Opportunities Flexibility and responsiveness to client, market and

partner needs Partnership-working Challenge: Innovation vs Track record Cashflow to support PBR/risk transfer Immediate scale Human capital to work on bids / access social investment Access to research Contact Spark Inside

Baillie Aaron, Executive Director [email protected] @spark_inside Addenda Life coaching vs mentoring Life coaching: theory of change Life coaching demo video Life Coaching Vs. Mentoring

Coaching Mentoring Professional certification Related life experience unnecessary No advice Life experience Related life experience

necessary Advice and guidance Client has answers Mentor has answers Setting/reaching specific goals General professional development Structured & fixed-term Informal and ongoing

Life Coaching: Theory of Change Coaching addresses skills deficits, builds long-term cognitive ability and enables self-sufficiency by: (1) building a growth-promoting relationship (2) eliciting motivation for change (3) improving capacity to change (positivity, resilience, and selfefficacy) (4) facilitating the process of change (constructive development) Supporting theories include: social cognitive; adult development; nonviolent communication; immunity to change; solution-oriented therapy; positive psychology; mindfulness; self-determination theory; relational/cultural theory; emotional intelligence; and relational flow.

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