The philosophy of the program endorses that offenders should be empowered to be responsible for changing their own problem behavior. The curriculum helps participants systematically build skills to recognize their own and others' thinking patterns, recognize the risks associated with those thoughts and how to make better choices.
Cognitive Self-Change: Paying attention to the thoughts and feelings that go on inside of us to avoid the kinds of thoughts and feelings that lead us to trouble.
Social Skills: Behaviors or abilities we use in situations that involve other people.
Problem Solving Skills: Skills to help us make better choices.
Program Cost & Registration
There will be a program fee of $450 due prior to attending the class.
Registration options for this program:
In person at Sherburne County Community Corrections
By phone: 763-765-4550
2018 Thinking for a Change Schedule
June 7 through November 15, 2018
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Sherburne County Governmentt Center 13880 Business Center Drive NW Suite 100 Elk River, MN 55330 to 4668