Staying Well: Strategies for Corrections Staff

Newly Released 2nd Edition – Revised and Expanded


Newly Released 2nd Edition – Revised and Expanded

The words above introduce Dr. Spinaris’ groundbreaking book “Staying Well: Strategies for Corrections Staff”. If you work or interact in the area of Corrections or know someone that does, this book is not to be missed!

The information in this booklet should be shared in every academy and training that occurs in local, state, and federal prisons and jails. It is accurate, concise, insightful, and comes from years of information gathering.

—T.C. Brown, Corrections Professional

2017-02-10T11:24:18+00:00

—T.C. Brown, Corrections Professional

The information in this booklet should be shared in every academy and training that occurs in local, state, and federal prisons and jails. It is accurate, concise, insightful, and comes from years of information gathering.

Correctional workers are the most misunderstood of all law enforcement professionals. This booklet addresses some of the issues faced by correctional professionals and offers techniques and skills to ensure that the correctional worker career is enjoyed and that stresses of the job are mitigated. This is an excellent resource for anyone working in corrections...

—Dr. Manuel A. Cordero, former Assist. to Bureau of Prisons’ Chief of Chaplains

2017-02-10T11:32:59+00:00

—Dr. Manuel A. Cordero, former Assist. to Bureau of Prisons’ Chief of Chaplains

Correctional workers are the most misunderstood of all law enforcement professionals. This booklet addresses some of the issues faced by correctional professionals and offers techniques and skills to ensure that the correctional worker career is enjoyed and that stresses of the job are mitigated. This is an excellent resource for anyone working in corrections...

...The Staying Well Booklet has been utilized in Hawaqua Prison in Wellington South Africa...I can't tell you how well received this has been...

—Reg Cowie, Andrew Murray Center Prisons Outreach

2017-02-10T11:36:07+00:00

—Reg Cowie, Andrew Murray Center Prisons Outreach

...The Staying Well Booklet has been utilized in Hawaqua Prison in Wellington South Africa...I can't tell you how well received this has been...

...I personally believe that this book will give corrections officers hope. It will also equip them with the tools necessary to be effective at their job while dealing with the stress of the workplace...

—Denny Kaemingk, Cabinet Secretary, South Dakota Department of Corrections

2017-02-10T11:44:11+00:00

—Denny Kaemingk, Cabinet Secretary, South Dakota Department of Corrections

...I personally believe that this book will give corrections officers hope. It will also equip them with the tools necessary to be effective at their job while dealing with the stress of the workplace...

…The AOCE General Membership voted to purchase 1,000 copies of the Staying Well book. We then mailed the book to each individual staff member’s home, so they and their families could read it. I have received great feedback from both our Officers and Non-Custody staff. It has helped many of them in starting the process of healing....in Oregon, it has helped MANY…

—Sgt. Michael Van Patten, President, Association of Oregon Corrections Employees

2017-02-10T11:47:14+00:00

—Sgt. Michael Van Patten, President, Association of Oregon Corrections Employees

…The AOCE General Membership voted to purchase 1,000 copies of the Staying Well book. We then mailed the book to each individual staff member’s home, so they and their families could read it. I have received great feedback from both our Officers and Non-Custody staff. It has helped many of them in starting the process of healing....in Oregon, it has helped MANY…

 

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Book Sections:

1. The Toll of the Job

2. Corrections Fatigue

3. Taking Your Life Back

4. Professional Boundaries

5. Families in Corrections

6. Psychological Trauma

7. Depression

8. Moral Injury

9. Substance Abuse

10. Corrections Staff Suicide

11. A Spiritual Solution

12. Moving forward 


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