This class focuses on behavioral changes by identifying beliefs and thoughts associated with marijuana use. It aims to address dysfunctional emotions, behaviors and cognitions with a goal-oriented process.
Created to humanize the effects of drinking and driving as well as provide factual information in a non-judgmental environment. Our speakers come to share their story about losing a family member.
Cognitive Self Change is a program created by the Idaho Department of Corrections. Based on the concept that we choose our ways of thinking, it provides practical tools for change, rather than a guide for untroubled thinking. It teaches clients to live consciously and helps the individual find the errors in their thought processes. Our facility has four instructors certified to facilitate Cognitive Self Change (Idaho Model) on staff.
The ultimate goal of relapse prevention treatment is to facilitate an individual's progress through the stages of change during recovery. Two approaches are utilized with this program - on taught with a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach, the other with a more traditional approach. CBT focuses on solving problems including dysfunctional emotions, behaviors and cognitions through a goal-oriented procedure. The traditional approach is a set of guiding principles which focuses on recovery from substances, how to deal with the compulsion to use and creating healthy coping strategies. Both gender specific and mixed groups are available.
Education is an 8-32 hour program that includes classifications, history, and effects of substances. Our instructors utilize lecture, group discussions, presentations and videos to provide a diverse and effective learning experience.