Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Residential Advisors (RAs) living at the residential setting where clients are placed after release are Certified Pathway to Change facilitators. They facilitate group therapy sessions where clients are continued in the Pathway to Change process. This group, consisting of former inmates who are now productive-minded individuals equipped with emotional management skills, a sense of purpose, and a life plan, becomes the new peer group for each client member.
This CBT therapy forms the foundation of the employability skills training, job training, academic training, and entrepreneurship training that clients receive in order for them to achieve their life goals. The families of the clients are also availed the opportunity to participate in this same process with members of other families of clients; and this group serves as a new peer group and support network for these families as well
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