Thinking for a Change Advanced Practice Skills Training (Booster)
Training Dates: February 24-25, 2020
Location: Peachtree City, Georgia
The 2-Day Thinking for a Change (T4C) Advanced Practice Skills training boosts the practice of current T4C facilitators as well as provides training to advance group facilitation skills.
Thinking for a Change (T4C) is an evidence-based, integrated cognitive behavioral program that develops participants’ social and problem solving skills through role-play activities, demonstrations, and homework exercises. The program teaches participants how to create change in their thinking and behavior in order to make better decisions in their daily lives.
Delivered to both juvenile and adult audiences, the three components of the 25-lesson cognitive behavioral program are:
1. Cognitive self-change,
2. Social skills, and
3. Problem solving skills.
The 2-Day training will enhance group facilitation skills. The 25 modules of the “Thinking for a Change” program will be covered.
Who Should Attend:
Treatment Providers that are currently facilitating Thinking for a Change groups. It is recommended attendees should have completed at least 2 group cycles; and have been certified to facilitate T4C for at least 2 - 3 years.
This training is being offered to a limited number of attendees. Each court program can register ONE (1) attendee for the training class
How To Register:
Registration will close January 24, 2020.
If you have any questions, please contact Kimberly Howard.