Wormith, J. Stephen

Institution
University of Saskatchewan
Department
Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science & Justice Studies

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Buffalo Sage Wellness House (BSWH) Process Review

Alternate Title
Research Report (Correctional Service of Canada) ; no. R-371
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Amy J. M. Pilon
Lisa M. Jewell
J. Stephen Wormith
Patti Laboucane-Benson
Description
Located in Edmonton, Alberta, the Wellness House is a 16-bed, minimum security facility as well as a residence for offenders on release in the community. Purpose of study was to gain an understanding of the women involved and the unique model of case management. Sixteen in-depth interviews with nine offenders and seven staff members were conducted.
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Environmental Scan of Canadian and International Aboriginal Corrections Programs and Services: A Report Submitted to Correctional Service Canada

Alternate Title
Forensic Behavioural Sciences and Justice Studies Initiative
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Carolyn Camman
Myles Ferguson
Ronda Appell
J. Stephen Wormith
Description
An evaluation of the Correctional Service Canada's initiatives and polices to address the over representation of Indigenous people within the Canadian criminal justice system. The University of Saskatchewan was asked to provide an external environmental scan to help inform further planning and policy decisions.
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The Predictive Validity of the LS/CMI with Aboriginal Offenders in Canada

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
J. Stephen Wormith
Sarah M. Hogg
Lina Guzzo
Criminal Justice and Behavior, vol. 42, no. 5, 2015, pp. 481-508
Description
Examines the value in using a general risk/need assessment, such as Level of Service/Case Management Inventory (LS/CMI), on a specific prison population such as Indigenous offenders.
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Working Alliance and Its Relationship With Treatment Outcome in a Sample of Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Sexual Offenders

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Danielle R. DeSorcy
Mark E. Olver
J. Stephen Wormith
Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, vol. 28, no. 4, 2016, pp. 291-313
Description
Examines the impact of and relationships between therapeutic providers and Indigenous sexual offenders. Therapists provided through the Working Alliance Inventory.
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