Family Violence Intervention Program Classes – FVIP 35$

Family Violence Intervention Program Classes

The groups allow for personal, emotional and psychological development in the areas of responsiveness to feelings of anger, violence and maladaptive reactions. Most adults were not taught how to respond to situations, feelings, and emotions. Our partnership will allow you to learn these new skills rather quickly, so you can communicate with your loved ones in a loving and healthy manner. #FVIP classes are made of gender-specific groups. Each group discusses and deals with issues that are problematic in our daily lives.

Family Violence Intervention Program Classes

It is neither realistic nor possible to completely eliminate anger and violence, therefore, the goal of  #Family Violence Intervention Program classes is to learn how to cope with and express anger and violence in a healthy way. The interventions in each class are designed to build cognitive restructuring of maladaptive thought patterns and behaviors.

Family Violence Intervention Program Classes

In #FVIP classes, we discuss the difference between anger, hostility, aggression, and violence, so that participants can appropriately define and express their experience. Additionally, the #FVIP classes curriculum is designed to address the effects of anger on the body, behavior, mind and how it can lead to violence. These interactive #FVIP classes include various case studies and scenarios that address specific, anger-inducing situations in order to facilitate group dialogues related to appropriate and healthy responses. Additionally, clients will be challenged to objectively question their initial reactions and consequently reframe it to a healthier perspective.

For additional information on the Georgia Commission on Family Violence, please visit the website at https://gcfv.georgia.gov/

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Shoplifting and Theft Prevention classes

Get off probation-Complete your SHOPLIFTING and THEFT Prevention Classes. 

Shoplifting and theft prevention classes are designed to address several issues. Courts require habitual offenders to complete a 3 or 8-hour shoplifting and theft prevention class.  The individual’s mental health and behavior are addressed to get to the root issue for the repeated offense.  Kleptomania is not the only disorder associated with chronic shoplifting. Depression, organized crime and socio-economic circumstances are contributing factors for shoplifting.

Shoplifting and Theft Prevention classes are designed to meet the needs of those who have been accused of shoplifting, theft by receiving, forgery, passing a bad check, and all theft-related charges. Participants are supportively led to identify and understand the issues (e.g., thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes) that caused them to shoplift. Shoplifting and Theft Prevention classes follow a curriculum that assists the clients in developing a better understanding of the social, financial, and personal ramifications of their behavior

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To register for a Shoplifting and Theft Prevention class, call 404-594-1770.

Shoplifting and Theft Prevention classes

Among the topics explored in this class include impulse control, enhanced decision making, cognitive restructuring, personal development, behavior modification, and a serious assessment of lifestyle. Participants in the Shoplifting and Theft Prevention class will work collaboratively to develop an action plan to ensure the prevention of any future impulse to shoplift. Instructors foster an atmosphere of change in group discussions by instilling a sense of personal responsibility.

Shoplifting and Theft Prevention classes
Shoplifting and Theft Prevention Class

We assist clients to develop insight into their reasoning abilities by reinforcing better decision making and illuminating the consequences of illegal behavior.

To register for a Shoplifting and Theft Prevention class, call 404-594-1770.