Making Substantive Changes in Thinking and Lifestyle
Adult Life-Skills Workshops
The program is developed for all
socioeconomic people and genders, consisting of juvenile and adult specific subjects, which effectively address
These workshops have been found to be equally effective
in addressing the needs of law-abiding individuals.
This curriculum is based on best
practices, supported by evidence-based results. Cognitive restructuring is used to intervene at the
deepest level where permanent change can take place.
Is not your ordinary anger management course. It focuses on faulty thinking,
self-deception, justification and resistant behavior. It teaches anger avoidance and uses cognitive
restructuring to intervene at the deepest level where permanent change can take place.
Modules: Anxiety/Stress, Assault, Anger Avoidance, Denial,
Faulty Thinking, Domestic Violence, Self-deception, Resistant Behavior, Hostility, Rage, Justification, Assault,
Impulse Control, Divorce
This course has a long history of effectiveness with bad check writers. It has been used
with prosecutors' bad check departments as a deterrent against passing bad checks. It has also been used as a
bench referral by judges. The bad check workshop does not focus on balancing a checkbook, but the crime and
consequence of writng a bad check.
Modules: Financial Debt, Wrong Choices, Retail Shrinkage,
Skills for Life, Values Clarification, Programming, Consequences, Options
Designed to help people overcome faulty thinking and self-defeating behaviors. It is
especially relevant for people with self-esteem, anxiety and stress problems. Is based on best practices
supported by evidence based results. Is good for all socioeconomic groups. Especially relevant to people with
Modules: Especially relevant for people with self-esteem,
anxiety and stress related problems, Addictions, Finances/Debt, Self-Deception, Anger, Worry/Fear, Thinking
Errors, Relationships, Depression
Contentious Relationships for Divorced or Separating
Maybe used by civil courts to help couples resolve their differences, speed up the court
process, and reduce potential damage to children. The curriculum is based on evidence based cognitive
restructuring models which have proven to help individuals overcome negative thoughts, feelings and
Modules: Anger Management, Self-betrayal, Parenting,
Self-deception, Children, Cognitive Awareness, Faulty Thinking, Collusion, Self-Justification,
Is unique in that it is the first to blend cognitive
restructuring with traditional traffic curriculum. It is designed for all drivers who have exhibited a lack of
proper values, attitude, and behavior and is especially effective on repeat offenders.
Modules: Driving Without a License and/or Insurance, Agressive
Driving, Anger Management, Reckless Driving, Speeding, Cell Phone and Texting, Multiple Tickets,
An excellent class for misdemeanors. It is a universal
cognitive restructuring course for all minor offenders regardless of their offense,
Modules: Scripting, Acting Out,
Crime, Society Laws, Consequences, Relationships, Truisms, Anger Avoidance, Drugs, Human Needs, Problem
A cognitive restructing course that focuses on helping
parents overcome faulty thinking and self-defeating behaviors. The best way to help children to change is to
help their parents change. This is a versatile course designed for a wide variety of parenting issues
Modules: Truancy, Abuse,
Anger/Violence, Foster Care, Neglect, Addictions, Anxiety/Emotions, Parenting Skills
A one of a kind workshop delivered in a story format that
follows the life of a husband and wife, showing the addiction and recovery process for the husband. It
demonstrates the difficulties placed on the marriage and the emotional impact on the spouse. It is material used
as written by experts knowledgeable in the addictive effects of pornography.
Modules: Statistics, Effects,
Internet, Modeling, Programming, Addiction, Recovery, Accountability, Strategies, Triggers
Based on evidence-based best practice format. Especially
delivered to challenge faulty thinking and self-defeating behaviors. This is not intended as therapy, but as
powerful cognitive restructuring life skills, intervention to help offenders overcome denial, justification,
false preceptions and accept responsibility.
Modules: Self Justification,
Fear/Worry/Stress, Self Deception, Sexual Addiction, Faulty Thinking, Denial/Blaming, Triggers,
for individuals with substance abuse problems.
Cognitive restructuring by its very nature can work at any level of addiction, either as prevention or
rehabilitation. This is a unique cognitive restructuring course delivered in a story format. The approach was
used in a three year evidence-based study.
Modules: Marijuana/Drugs, DUI,
Chemical Addiction, Distribution, Possession, Drugs, Denial, Self-Deception
Focuses on shoplifting and other forms of theft. It is
cognitive restructuring approach that helps youthful offenders overcome self-defeating thoughts and
Modules: Theft, Values,
Clarification, Profit and Loss, Laws, Programming, Retail Shrinkage, Skills for Life, Options,
Self-Justification, Crime and Punishment, Consequences
Would Benefit From The Courses?
1. Individuals who commit crimes
of moral turpitude (i.e., lying, stealing and fraud).
2. Individuals who commit crimes
of violence, such as assault, rape, and domestic violence.
3. Individuals who need anger
management because of violence, loss of self- control,
jealousy, road rage, extreme impatience, free floating hostility, and all other forms
of anger including the need to control.
4. Individuals with emotional
disorders such as anxiety, obesity, anorexia, and bulimia.
5. Individuals who lack ambition,
goals and direction in life.
6. Individuals who are controlled by
friends or peers.
7. Individuals with feelings of low
self-esteem and inadequacy.
8. Individuals who lack empathy,
tolerance, or sensitivity to others.
9. Individuals who are dependent and
10. Individuals who lack education
and/or marketable job skills.
11. Individuals who are mean, selfish
12. Individuals who harbor thoughts of
hate and vengeance.
13. Individuals from abusive,
neglectful homes who were not properly nurtured.
14. Individuals caught in the same old
rut, who keep making the same bad choices.
15. Individuals who go from one abusive
person to another; who see themselves
as unworthy of happiness.
16 Individuals who are in denial'
always making excuses and blaming others.
17. Individuals with poor social
18. Individuals addicted to chemicals
such as illegal or prescription drugs and
19. Individuals addicted to pornography
and minor sex offenders.
20. Individuals who lack good
21. Individuals with excessive worries
22. Individuals who just need an