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Gender Responsive Groups

Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change: A Guide for Responsible Living

The Participant’s Workbook, Second Edition provides a written and richly illustrated format through which clients can better understand and reflect on each of 32 (approxi¬mately 90 to 120 minutes in length) youth-focused CBT treatment sessions.

The Participant’s Workbook is geared to a broad range of reading and conceptual abilities. Using comic strip illustrations and gripping stories (presented through the narrative voice of teen¬agers who experience a variety of problems with sub¬stance abuse, criminal conduct, and mental health

Voices: A Program of Self-Discovery and Empowerment for Girls

Voices was created to address the unique needs of adolescent girls and young women. It encourages them to seek and celebrate their “true selves” by providing a safe space, encouragement, structure, and the support they need to embrace their journeys of self-discovery. The program includes modules on self, connecting with others, healthy living, and the journey ahead.

Voices is based on the realities of girls’ lives and the principles of gender responsivity and is grounded in theory, research, and clinical experience. The Voices curriculum advocates a strength-based approach and uses a variety of therapeutic approaches, including psych educational, cognitive-behavioral, and expressive arts. (16 weeks) issues), clients are engaged in active discussion about the situations, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that have become embroidered in their patterns of sub¬stance abuse and criminal conduct.

Juvenile MRT: How to Escape your Prison.

Consists of 12 steps that require the individual to utilize cognitive behavioral aspects to enhance self-confidence, and promote the growth and development of a pro-social Identity based juvenile program has 12 steps that are typically completed in 30 groups. In-group each client presents his or her homework and the facilitator passes the client to the next step or has the client redo the homework based on objective criteria. This program has specifically been adapted to meet the attitudes and developmental skills of juveniles.
Target Population: Clients in the criminal justice system that need to address their cognitive, social, emotional and morals.

Relapse Prevention

Recovery from Drugs and Alcohol is more than just being abstinent. Recovery involves a holistic life-style change that involves looking at unhealthy patterns, barriers, and triggers that will feed the addiction cycle. Learning how to identify high-risk thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and then countering them with thought-stop techniques and positive alternatives towards breaking the destructive cycle of Relapse. The inability to stop this destructive cycle jeopardizes the ability to maintain sobriety or recovery.

In Relapse Prevention the emphasis will be on creating a safe, therapeutic environment and helping clients maintain sobriety by challenging and encourage clients to take a good look at their life and break down the defenses, self-defeating behaviors, destructive thought process, criminal thinking, and high-risk behaviors.

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