New Hire to New Sup – How to Survive Your First Year with a Healthy Mind and Body

SESSION INFO

Tuesday, August 20, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Session Type: Workshop

New Hire to New Sup brings a refreshing twist to surviving your first year with a healthy mind and body. Participants will benefit from learning effective communication strategies with co-workers and supervisors as well as approaches to managing work-life balance in a field that requires a 24/7 commitment. Participants will also benefit from coaching on various effective strategies, such as organization techniques that aid in stress management. In the end, participants will be able to walk away with effective tools and strategies to create a successful work-life balance with a healthy mind and body.

SESSION PRESENTERS

Danielle Herrera
Adult Probation Officer, Maricopa County Adult Probation


Education South Eastern Oklahoma State University Bachelor of Science: Major: Criminology Phoenix College Associate Degree in Forensic Technology Certifications Arizona Supreme Court: Probation Officer Certification Academy Arizona Supreme Court: Defensive Tactics Academy Arizona Supreme Court: Firearms Academy Crime Scene Photography Fingerprint Analysis Memberships Arizona Probation Officer’s Association Workshops/Conferences IPS-Workshop Domestic Violence


Britteny Koontz
Adult Probation Officer,


Britteny Koontz, Adult Probation Officer Maricopa County Adult Probation Department Education University of Phoenix Associates of Science: Criminal Justice Ashford University Bachelor of Science: Justice Studies Certifications Arizona Supreme Court: Probation Officer Certification Academy Arizona Supreme Court: Defensive Tactics Academy Arizona Supreme Court: Firearms Academy Memberships Arizona Probation Officer’s Association Workshops/Conferences Commercial Sexual Exploitation/Trafficking GangNet Committee Work APD Mentoring Program APETS Agent GangNet Agent Ismael Garcia, Adult Probation Officer Education • Northern Arizona University: Masters of Education in Human Relations • Northern Arizona University: Bachelors in Administration of Justice • H


Erika Rey
Adult Probation Officer, Maricopa County Adult Probation


rika J. Rey, Adult Probation Officer Maricopa County Adult Probation Department Education University of Cincinnati Master of Science: Criminal Justice Double Concentration: Analysis of Criminal Behavior & Law Enforcement/Crime Prevention San Francisco State University Bachelor of Arts: Double Major; Criminal Justice Studies & Communication Studies Certifications Arizona Supreme Court: Probation Officer Certification Academy Arizona Supreme Court: Defensive Tactics Academy Arizona Supreme Court: Firearms Academy Memberships National Criminal Justice Society – Alpha Phi Sigma American Society of Criminology Arizona Probation Officer’s Association Workshops/Conferences Commercial Sexual Exploitation/Trafficking 2013 Sneak Preview Event at San Francisco State U


Terri Seiser
Adult Probation Officer, Maricopa County Adult Probation


Terri Seiser, Adult Probation Officer Supervisor Education Associate of Science: Legal Assistant, Des Moines Area Community College 1994 Bachelor of Science; Criminal Justice, Buena Vista University 1999 Masters of Forensic Psychology; Argosy University 2009 Professional Experience Jan 2018 to Present: Probation Officer Supervisor – overseeing 9 probation officers which involves caseload reviews, annual evaluations, mentoring, coaching, office & field observations, and probationer interventions. 2004-2018: Probation Officer – Intensive probation (high risk offenders), Community Reintegration (Jail Re-entry), GPS Analyst, Sex Offender. Curriculum Facilitator: • NCTI Real Colors • NIC: Thinking For A Change Certifications/Degrees NCTI Real Colors NIC Thinking for Chan