Pre-Incarceration Consulting Services
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I spent 37 months in federal prison and experienced the full gamut of life as an inmate and my family made-do without me. I am a transformed person because of my time in prison, but I would not wish the prison experience on anyone. As an Pre-Incarceration Consultant, I help others prepare for and navigate their time in prison. The pitfalls are many, but preparation by an experienced pre-incarceration consultant can alleviate the fear and apprehension that a sentenced person feels as they are waiting for the day they must report to prison.
My wife and I can also tell you that what an inmate experiences are nothing compared to the worry and loneliness of the inmate’s family. It is harder on the family than the inmate. Our pre-incarceration consulting services address the preparation for both the inmate and the family. Other pre-incarceration consulting services focus solely on the inmate and end when the inmate reports to prison. We are available to the inmate’s family during the full time of our client’s incarceration.
Both Christine and I are trained Stephen Ministers through our churches so we compassionately and non-judgmentally lead our clients down a path where they can emotionally and confidently look forward to surviving separation with an end in sight. I am not an attorney, so I am not here to give you legal advice, but the help I have to offer can save you a lot of grief and aggravation so you can prepare for prison life.
You can get some excellent information by reading my blog, but there is no substitute for the one-on-one discussions that we provide to prepare you for prison life.
As part of pre-incarceration consulting services, we help our client understand and prepare for:
We help the family with:
We help criminal attorneys prepare their white-collar clients for prison:
Who knows more about the prison experience than someone who has been there? Inmates and their families need to be prepared for the prison experience and often rely on their attorney for advice. But, most attorneys do not know the pitfalls and opportunities of incarceration enough to alleviate the fear of their clients. Quite simply, they haven’t been there and can’t speak from first-hand experience. The object for anyone going to prison should be “do your time” and become a better person because of the journey. Kevin reveals his survival secrets in either one-on-one coaching consultations, a shorter keynote-type presentation, or a 3-hour workshop tailored to white-collar criminal attorneys.
In regards to our fee, we take into consideration your particular circumstances which we will discuss on the first call. Please contact us for more information and to explain your case in detail.