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Thinking Matters Evolution
Grand Rapids, MI October 23,
2015 Enroll NOW!
Most cognitive behavioral approaches to changing behavior focus upon why people do the things that cause them problems. Oftentimes people try to correct problematic behaviors by substituting one behavior for another. This does not often bring about long term behavior and lifestyle changes because entrenched thinking habits are left unaddressed.
Thinking Matters Evolution takes a different approach. Using a step-by step process Thinking Matters Evolution teaches skills that help people understand their own thinking and decision making. This five step process begins with viewing situations objectively and moves toward alternative thinking for similar situations.
Using a worksheet based approach Thinking Matters Evolution helps people discover and correct thinking that leads to risk of problem behaviors.
Thinking Matters Evolution is appropriate for anyone that would like to work toward ridding themselves of troubling behaviors. The gender neutral graphics and easy to understand language is appropriate for adults and youth.
to Cognitive Approaches
Introduction to Cognitive
Behavioral Approaches is designed for jail and probation staffs. It
has been requested by community corrections professionals, jail administrators,
probation staffs and university instructors. The purpose of the training
is to familiarize support and referral staff with antisocial thinking
patters. The goal is to help participants understand how these approaches
operate and what they can do to enhance effectivness of program delivery
and ensure desired outcomes.
Matters Facilitator Training
November 2 & 3, 2015 Enroll NOW!
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Thinking Matters Facilitator training has been designed to teach a broad
range of program staffs to facilitate Thinking Matters group delivery.
This training uses a practical approach that incorporates social and
adult learning theory in an interactive fashion. Particpants actually
perform the work they will teach to their clientele. Thinking Matters
is intended to help prepare offenders for more meaningful and effective
particpation in a variety of program curricula and therapy. Examples
include substance abuse, violence reduction and life-skills programs.
The goal is to provide consistent and flexible short-term program delivery
across a broad range of settings for correctional offenders. This includes
use in open or closed enrollment circumstances.
The Thinking Matters approach can be used in a secure, residential or
community setting. It can be used as a primer for subsequent programming
or as a stand alone model. When used as a stand alone approach it can
be expanded to accommodate longer terms of program participation for
higher risk needs offenders. This curriculum is available in the public
domain thus eliminating purchasing costs.
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