Therapy Without Walls, LLC. Programs
Many of the programs & courses used are based on an evidence based treatment with focus being placed cognitive-behavioral modality. Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) is NREPP which is included in SAMHSA's National registry of evidence-based programs and practices.
HOW TO ESCAPE YOUR PRISON
How to escape your prison is the primary MRT workbook used for adult and juvenile offenders in substance abuse treatment. This course addresses all the issues related to criminal thinking and criminal needs. This course has 16 steps with 12 of these typically completed in 30 group sessions held in accordance with the implementation sites own needs and characteristics.
DISCOVERING LIFE & LIBERTY
IN THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS
This course is used in educational settings, welfare-to-work programs, and in settings focusing on helping individuals set goals, work on relationships and become more focused. This course has 16 steps with 12 of these typically completed in 30 group sessions held in accordance with the implementation sites own needs and characteristics.
BRINGING PEACE TO RELATIONSHIPS
This course is used exclusively with batterers–perpetrators of domestic violence, with sections covering the issues of power and control. It meets most state requirements and is approved by most states for use with batterer treatment programs. This course is divided in 24 modules with each module complete in a group session. Each group is open-ended, meaning that new clients can enter an ongoing group at any time.
COPING WITH ANGER
This course is designed for 8 group sessions focusing on teaching and practicing anger management skills. This course is targeted to adults and juveniles who have problems with managing feelings of anger and frustration in an appropriate way. This course has 8 modules completed in 8 group sessions supplemented by several sessions with a counselor or facilitator.
This course is based on the principles of cognitive-behavioral relapse prevention. It consists of an 8-session course that focuses on risky situations, scripting changes, coping with urges and cravings, being around users, understanding support issues, and taking charge. This course is targeted to individuals who are active in substance abuse programs of any type and any setting. This course has 8 modules completed in 8 group sessions supplemented by several sessions with a counselor or facilitator.
DRIVING THE RIGHT WAY
This course is aimed at changing thinking and decision-making in first time DUI offenders. The course is divided into 4 sessions that are usually presented in one day but can be broken into 4 sessions. This course is targeted to first time DUI offenders. It is currently used in Tennessee, Idaho, Illinois, New Mexico, Nebraska, Washington State, Ohio, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Wisconsin, Texas, and Nevada.The course has 4 sessions that can be conducted in a single day as part of a state’s requirements. This course is incorporated into other program activities including the basic DUI education requirements.
This course is designed to be utilized in 12 group sessions. The course directly confronts the key issues of codependency including manipulation and dependent relationships. This course is targeted to substance abusers, criminals, and individuals involved in domestic violence or dysfunctional relationships. The course has 12 sections with homework designed to be completed prior to group meetings and then presented in 12 group meetings.
SOMETHING FOR NOTHING
This course is designed to be utilized in 8 group hours. The course directly confronts and exposes the thinking and behaviors underlying shoplifting. This course is directly targeted to shoplifters who are placed on probation, diversion programs, or ordered to undergo a shoplifting treatment program. This course has 6 exercises completed in 8 group hours. In each group the participants present the exercises they are currently working on.
RULES ARE MADE TO BE FOLLOWED
This course is designed to be utilized in 8 group hours or 4 group sessions. The course directly confronts the problem of underage drinking and fake IDs. This course is directly targeted to underage drinkers who are placed on probation, diversion programs, or ordered to undergo a brief program. This course has 4 sets of homework designed to be completed and presented in 8 group hours.
This course is designed to be utilized in 6 group sessions. It presents what a “good employee” is, a self-assessment, work goals and habits, and hot to get and keep a job as well as how and why people get promoted. This course is targeted to individuals who are about to enter the work world as well as those who have poor work histories. This course has 6 sections with homework designed to be completed prior to group meetings and then presented in 6 group meetings.
MAKING CHANGES FOR GOOD
This course is designed for sex offender relapse prevention. This course is used with clients in need of sex offender relapse prevention. The program is designed to be used with any sex offender treatment program or with sex offenders who have been released on probation or parole. This course has 10 modules. In group meetings each client presents the completed homework and the counselor utilizes objective criteria to ensure that the homework is satisfactory. The groups are open-ended in that new clients can enter ongoing groups at any time and work at their own pace.
PARENTING AND FAMILY VALUES
This course is designed to help participants develop parenting skills and assess values related to family. Clients confront their parenting skills and habits, perform a clarification on their values regarding family, and establish appropriate discipline routines. This course is used with clients in any type of treatment–but especially with female offenders and others in need of parenting skills. In this course participants complete homework from the 12 module course prior to attending group meetings. The course is designed for 12 group sessions.
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT THROUGH WILL POWER & SELF-DISCIPLINE
This course focuses on methods and motivations of building will power and self-discipline and how to set goals. This course is used in many settings with both juveniles and adults. It is used in therapeutic communities, boot camps, in parole and probation, and specialized educational youth programs. This course is designed for 16 group sessions. Participants complete each session’s homework prior to coming to group meetings and then present their homework in group meetings.
YOUR LIFEWORK: FINDING YOUR PURPOSE, PRINCIPLES, & MISSION
This course is designed for 8 group sessions focusing on finding one’s life purpose, establishing principles, and living life as being on a personal mission. This course is targeted to wide-ranging populations including clients in any treatment program and has also been used with employees in a variety of jobs (with a specific focus on government workers). The course has 8 focused sections completed in 8 group sessions or it can be completed over two 6-hour days.
*Clients MUST complete homework for each group prior to coming to session.
*Groups run on a continuous basis and requires full participation for successful completion.
*Maximum in group will not exceed 15 participants.
*Groups will always start on time! You are given a 10 minute grace period, if late beyond 10 minutes, you will not be allowed into the group.
*All fees for groups will be due prior to completion of group. If fees are not paid in its entirety you will not get credit for completing course.
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