This researched and evidence-based course is most often required for persons who have been convicted of and/or placed on probation for an assaultive offense. It is also appropriate for anyone who would like assistance in reducing stress, controlling emotions, or reducing aggressive behavior. This 4-session, 12 hour program is designed to help participants understand why people use violence, discover how attitudes can override values, learn how to identify and control strong emotions, learn how to develop a plan to alter present behavior, learn to gain better self-control, learn to walk away from confrontations, establish goal-directed behavior patterns, and make a firm commitment never to repeat as a criminal offender, if applicable. For more information contact Intervention Programs at 806-356-3649.
|Course ID||Course Section||Instructor||Available Seats|
|Date(s)||Days and Times||Location|
|Nov 10 - Nov 19||TR 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM||Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125|
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