Programs for Correctional Behavioral Health Services.
Improve the quality of your treatment and gain peace of mind
that effective, readily documentable treatment will
be taking place!
A Road Not Taken — Very successful, data-rich, documented Substance Abuse program featuring over 70 program hours. Program options include workbooks or individual lessons in a structured, stages-of-change-based, CBT-based group model developed specifically for the Rikers Island jails in New York City (male, female, and Spanish versions available). The success of this program at Riker's Island has been strong and sustained. Whether you are a jail or a prison, this program is a proven-effective substance abuse solution. [Read more!]
Hour Open Group Model —
Comprehensive 30-session, open group substance abuse program featuring
a creative new approach:
new members can be added to the group at any point, while the
outcome-driven model provides tools, structure, and support for
individual progress and change. State-of-the-art
substance abuse programming shaped for flexible administration
and structured for
Abuse Aftercare — We have
hundreds of hours of CBT-based, MI-infused workbooks that cover all
aspects of transition and relapse prevention. Ideal to follow up on
residential or intensive outpatient treatment, and providing seamless
continuity of care.
Behavioral Health (inpatient, intensive outpatient, and community programs)
Symptoms Management Curriculum — Specifically
designed for the most
serious and persistent mental illness, this
easy-to-implement new curriculum is based on Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI change model), social
learning theory (skills modeling, practice, and mastery), and selected
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills.
Based on a
program at use at Riker’s Island Jails, this comprehensive, 50-hour
program addresses a variety of common symptoms as well as specific
overlays for Psychotic Spectrum and Mood Disorder symptoms.
Beyond The Bridge
— a 72-session, lesson-based intervention that
addresses a range of
DSM-IV diagnoses and issues including chemical
dependency, anxiety, aggression, and depression.
Documented-successful program created for use at Riker's
Island jails in New York City!
Study or In-Cell Program
— 50 to 400 hours of weekly packets originally developed for
correctional settings. Each packet contains approximately 5 hours worth
of material, and includes an outcomes-based Competency Check.
Treatment Planning ResourcesWe offer a full range of comprehensive model treatment plans for common DSM diagnoses, with cut-and-paste behaviorally-stated objectives linked to specific workbooks in our series. These resources support the motivational interviewing (MI) approach. Materials include counselors tools, DSM checklists, client and counselor worksheets, treatment planning suggestions, and workbooks.
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If you have any questions about product, pricing, or how we can customize our materials for you, feel free to contact us by e-mail. If you are considering placing an order, please fill out our phone consultation form.
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