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WOUNDED. GUY WHEELER MSW., D.DIV. [email protected] Definition – “WOUNDED”. An injury; One in which the skin or other external organic surface is torn, pierced, cut or otherwise broken. An injury to the feelings. Explanation.

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Wounded

WOUNDED

GUY WHEELER MSW., D.DIV

[email protected]


Definition wounded
Definition – “WOUNDED”

  • An injury; One in which the skin or other external organic surface is torn, pierced, cut or otherwise broken.

  • An injury to the feelings.


Explanation
Explanation

  • “Wounds” address the emotional damage defendants / clients bring to our criminal justice units.

    Most often, we respond to

    involuntary or

    voluntary (self inflicted)

    wounds that have

    impeded or impacted

    their life.

    Without intervention,

    many suffer until death,

    or live a lifestyle of drug abuse and crime.


It s only a flesh wound
It’s Only A Flesh Wound

  • The flesh wounded hero.

  • Takes a licking

    and keep on ticking.



Involuntary wounds
Involuntary Wounds

  • Natural Calamity

  • Rape/Incest

  • Physical Violence

  • Emotional Violence

    • Life(Father/Mother)

    • Issues (Words)

    • Family/Church Secrets

    • Environment(Death)


Voluntary wounds
Voluntary Wounds

CHOICES

- Survival mode or Suicide

- Educated / Entertain / Eat

- Think / Believe

DECISION

- Relationship

- Endeavors

- Drug use

- Discipline


Trauma
TRAUMA

  • Neurobiology of trauma

  • Postrauma stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Elissa Bradley, M.S.

    • Three stages

      • Victim

      • Survivor

      • Thriver


What works
What Works

  • Empathy/Trust/Concern

  • Respect

  • Explain system /life

  • Confide/share/humor

  • Responsibility models accountability /discipline

  • Home/Sense of family


Emotional intelligence
Emotional Intelligence

  • Confidence

  • Curiosity

  • Self control (see their behavior)

  • Intentionality

  • Relatedness( feels understood)

  • Capacity to communicate

  • Cooperativeness


Healing process
Healing Process

  • Admit wound.( talk or write about it)

  • Examine who made the wound without fear. (your office maybe the safe place)

  • Allow them not to minimize nor maximize the wound.

  • Give them the right to feel the pain, hurt, and resentment. (empathy)

  • Need for support. They’re not alone.

  • Self love, forgiveness and acceptance. (victim or victor).


Intervention techniques habilitation
Intervention Techniques “HABILITATION”

  • During the Screening Process or Initial contact, the worker must observe the vital signs.

    - Collaboration

    - Autonomy

    - Listen(evocation/eliciting)- Learn

    * Spirit of Motivational Interviewing


Motivational interviewing
Motivational Interviewing

  • Why it works with this population?

    - Open ended questions

    - Affirm

    - Reflect what is stated


Most important
Most Important

  • Affect / Effect

    • What you say and how

      you respond has a

      significant impact on

      the client.

    • Wounded defendants always want to know:

      • Know yourself (wounded healer)

      • Fear them

      • Care, understand and know them


Evidence based models
Evidence Based Models

  • Motivational approaches

    • Family

    • Friends

    • Foes

    • Criminal justice clients

      must be taught how to

      survive and thrive in

      their own environment


Cognitive behavioral therapy
Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy

  • Techniques during individual and group counseling must be sensitive to the wound of the client.


Spiritual support models
Spiritual/Support Models

  • Mentoring/Peer & Family

  • BBBS/Clubs

  • Faith base/Family


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WOUNDED

GUY WHEELER MSW., D.DIV

[email protected]


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