Community of Ongoing Resource & Resolution (CORR): A New Approach to the Lifetime Monitoring of Sex Offenders is a beginner oriented course that highlights the final phase of sex offender management and offers resources and support for ongoing accountability as well as provisions for resolution with victims, family, friends, co-workers and neighbors. This course succinctly describes the challenges men face after treatment has ended, as they re-build their lives and as they attempt to re-integrate with their communities. CORR, unlike the individual’s support team and various short-term aftercare programs or resources (which ultimately end), is a support group co-facilitated by treatment professionals to which the men make a lifetime commitment.
Author: Dr. Caprice Haverty, Psy.D
This beginner continuing education course is for sex offender treatment professionals who would like to continue offering humane and sustainable support for men who have completed treatment. A basic understanding of the specialized nature of sex offender treatment is all that is required.
1. Describe the four phases of sex offender management and the challenges and limitations faced by ASOs in the fourth and final phase.
2. Understand the use of specific elements of evidenced based treatment models and theories that help treatment providers motivate an ASO to
make a lifetime commitment to CORR.
3. Understand how to motivate resistant ASOs, and help them want a better and more meaningful life, including one with no new offenses.
4. Identify the benefits and structure of CORR and how it works as an effective, sustainable, and humane model.
CASOMB: Domain 5, Topic 7: Utilization of chaperones, companions, and Circles of Support and Accountability