DavidVaralli

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David
Varalli
Probation/Parole/Community Corrections
Business Information
Business name: 
The Varalli Group
Town/City: 
Rochester
State: 
New York
Postcode/zip code: 
14614
Country: 
United States
Contact Information
Email address: 
thevaralligroup@gmail.com
Telephone number: 
585-748-6099

More About Me

About Me

David Varalli is a recently retired, Senior United States Probation Officer and a member of MINT.  He has worked in the field of probation/parole/community corrections for 30 years and has experience in all units and specialties of the profession.  

David has a vast knowledge of the criminal justice community, largely through his work experience.  He began studying Motivational Interviewing in 2008.  Soon thereafter he passed proficiency as per MITI, and became a coach/trainer for his district and a private trainer/consultant.  David was the chair of his district's MI team since its inception. He became a member of MINT in 2012.

Training experience has included; all of the district's in house training, coaching, coding as well as numerous trainings conducted with: the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New York City Probation, Various Reentry Teams, Delaware Department of Corrections and the Federal Bureau of Prisons.  David also works with specific counties in the New York State and New Jersey State Divisions of Probation and Parole. Collaboration with colleges, faculty and student instruction has also been conducted.

 

David can be reached at thevaralligroup.com, thevaralligroup@gmail.com, 585-748-6099

 

 

Service Information
Services offered: 
Introductory Training
Intermediate training
Advanced training
Coaching
Coding
Training for Groups
Area of practice: 
Health
Addiction
Criminal Justice
Organisational Change
Trainer Statement

A probation/parole professional's duties are defined largely as providing safety to the community and rehabilitative services to the offender. Both of these principles have guided the career I enjoy.  I do not believe them to be easily distinguishable.  The best criminal justice professionals strive to find the balance and synergy between the two.

When the professional sees the person seated in his or her interview room as a person with innate value and expertise about himself and his condition, he can begin to collaborate in a way that is mutually beneficial to that person and the community.  At that time, change can be facilitated.    

 

Training Interests
Training language 1: 
English

History

Member for
5 years 2 months
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