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University of Portsmouth

Winston Churchill Avenue

Portsmouth, Hampshire PO1 2UP

United Kingdom

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Background Information

Employment History

Health Improvement Manager Alcohol and Drugs

Public Health England

Family Court Adviser Early Intervention Team

CAFCASS

Criminal Justice and Social Care Consultant

Sarah Lewis Criminal Justice and Social Care Consultancy

Offender Health Strategic Lead

UK Department of Health

Programmes Facilitator

Hampshire Probation Trust

Head of Greater Manchester Community Safety Partnership

Salford City Council

Affiliations

Board Member
Association of Independent LSCB Chairs

Founder
Bail Information Projects

Web References (103 Total References)


This guest post comes from Sarah ...

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This guest post comes from Sarah Lewis, Senior Lecturer in Criminal Psychology at the University of Portsmouth (Sarah.lewis@port.ac.uk).

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In previous research, my findings had reaffirmed that, for probationers, working with someone who possessed a genuine belief in an individual and their capacity to change was an important ingredient to a therapeutic correctional relationship (Lewis, 2014). However, I also found that the longer a practitioner worked in the field of probation, the more this belief slowly diminished over time (Lewis, in press). For me, it was therefore essential that a greater insight into how practitioners can ensure that they preserve their belief in change through what Maruna (2012) calls 'injections of hope'.
The concept of belief was revisited during a research project that developed some of my key ideas. Probationers described how honest, respectful, accepting, empathic and supportive practitioners enabled positive working relationship (Lewis, 2014).
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Lewis, (2014) Learning from success and failure: Deconstructing the working relationship within Probation practice and exploring its impact upon probationers, using a collaborative approach. Probation Journal. DOI: 10.1177/0264550514523816
Lewis, (in press).


This guest post comes from Sarah ...

blogs.iriss.org.uk [cached]

This guest post comes from Sarah Lewis, Senior Lecturer in Criminal Psychology at the University of Portsmouth (Sarah.lewis@port.ac.uk).

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In previous research, my findings had reaffirmed that, for probationers, working with someone who possessed a genuine belief in an individual and their capacity to change was an important ingredient to a therapeutic correctional relationship (Lewis, 2014). However, I also found that the longer a practitioner worked in the field of probation, the more this belief slowly diminished over time (Lewis, in press). For me, it was therefore essential that a greater insight into how practitioners can ensure that they preserve their belief in change through what Maruna (2012) calls 'injections of hope'.
The concept of belief was revisited during a research project that developed some of my key ideas. Probationers described how honest, respectful, accepting, empathic and supportive practitioners enabled positive working relationship (Lewis, 2014).
...
Lewis, (2014) Learning from success and failure: Deconstructing the working relationship within Probation practice and exploring its impact upon probationers, using a collaborative approach. Probation Journal. DOI: 10.1177/0264550514523816
Lewis, (in press).


This guest post comes from Sarah ...

blogs.iriss.org.uk [cached]

This guest post comes from Sarah Lewis, Senior Lecturer in Criminal Psychology at the University of Portsmouth (Sarah.lewis@port.ac.uk).

...
In previous research, my findings had reaffirmed that, for probationers, working with someone who possessed a genuine belief in an individual and their capacity to change was an important ingredient to a therapeutic correctional relationship (Lewis, 2014). However, I also found that the longer a practitioner worked in the field of probation, the more this belief slowly diminished over time (Lewis, in press). For me, it was therefore essential that a greater insight into how practitioners can ensure that they preserve their belief in change through what Maruna (2012) calls 'injections of hope'.
The concept of belief was revisited during a research project that developed some of my key ideas. Probationers described how honest, respectful, accepting, empathic and supportive practitioners enabled positive working relationship (Lewis, 2014).
...
Lewis, (2014) Learning from success and failure: Deconstructing the working relationship within Probation practice and exploring its impact upon probationers, using a collaborative approach. Probation Journal. DOI: 10.1177/0264550514523816
Lewis, (in press).


This guest post comes from Sarah ...

blogs.iriss.org.uk [cached]

This guest post comes from Sarah Lewis, Senior Lecturer in Criminal Psychology at the University of Portsmouth (Sarah.lewis@port.ac.uk).

...
In previous research, my findings had reaffirmed that, for probationers, working with someone who possessed a genuine belief in an individual and their capacity to change was an important ingredient to a therapeutic correctional relationship (Lewis, 2014). However, I also found that the longer a practitioner worked in the field of probation, the more this belief slowly diminished over time (Lewis, in press). For me, it was therefore essential that a greater insight into how practitioners can ensure that they preserve their belief in change through what Maruna (2012) calls 'injections of hope'.
The concept of belief was revisited during a research project that developed some of my key ideas. Probationers described how honest, respectful, accepting, empathic and supportive practitioners enabled positive working relationship (Lewis, 2014).
...
Lewis, (2014) Learning from success and failure: Deconstructing the working relationship within Probation practice and exploring its impact upon probationers, using a collaborative approach. Probation Journal. DOI: 10.1177/0264550514523816
Lewis, (in press).


Association of Independent LSCB Chairs : About The Board

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Sally Lewis

SW Regional Director
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Sally was Chief Probation Officer of Avon and Somerset until 2014 and the Probation Chiefs Association lead for Integrated Offender Management.

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