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Thinking for a Change Program

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Thinking for a Change-designed to help individuals in the adult justice systems take control of their lives by taking control of their thinking.

"The three components of Thinking for a Change are: cognitive self-change, social skills, and problem solving skills. Cognitive self-change teaches individuals a concrete process for self-reflection aimed at uncovering antisocial thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and beliefs. Social skills instruction prepares group members to engage in pro-social interactions based on self-understanding and consideration of the impact of their actions on others. Problem solving skills integrates the two previous interventions to provide group members with an explicit step-by-step process for addressing challenging and stressful real life situations."
~Thinking for a Change


For more information contact your probation officer.