In a recent blog, Jamie Markham, a professor at the University of North Carolina School of Government, wrote about why it is important for judges and lawyers to know about structured intervention worksheets, such as the Carey Guide tools. In fact, he showed tools from the Carey Guides Impaired Driving and Maximizing Strengths to support his argument. To read Jamie’s blog, click here.
In our work with corrections professionals, we repeatedly hear practitioners say, “We need tools to help change offenders’ behaviors in critical skill deficit areas.” The Carey Guides were developed in direct response to that need. Each Carey Guide set includes 33 Guides that address specific topics related to criminogenic needs and other critical case management issues.