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Thinking for a Change

This highly-structured CBT group teaches clients how to solve problems through cognitive restructuring and social skills interventions. This program teaches clients to identify their emotions, thinking, beliefs, attitudes and values over the course of 22 lessons. The service is appropriate for individuals who do not make good decisions, demonstrate poor internal control, are lacking in social skills and/or exhibit problematic/petty criminal behavior. The group runs for 11 weeks and meets two times a week.

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