Class A Training Center is proud to work with many area Problem-Solving Courts. We welcome participants from any Problem Solving Court to attend any of our program offerings or take advantage of our Individual and/or Group Counseling. Additionally, Class A is happy to work with your Problem Solving Court team to develop programs for your specific population’s needs. Below are a few examples of specialized programs currently running for existing Problem-Solving Courts.
Please reach out to Korrin at Korrin@classatrainingcenter.com to discuss setting up a specialized program for your court.
12-15 weeks- 1.5 hours per session
This group is an evidence-based treatment for substance abuse, PTSD, and other problem behaviors. The primary emphasis of this group is to establish safety. Each week covers several topics that include: taking back your power (PTSD), detaching from emotional pain, when substances control you, asking for help, compassion, recovery thinking, and creating meaning. Group members also explore the importance of setting boundaries in relationships, identifying healthy relationships, and healing from anger. By attending this 12-15 week program, clients are able to better regulate and control their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
8 weeks- 1.25 hours per week
This interactive closed group is designed for individuals who are working toward long-term recovery. Class A has developed this Problem-Solving Court specific program keeping in mind all of the steps participants have taken thus far, the design of their particular Problem Solving Court, and the possibility that the participants may have mixed emotions, even anxiety, as they near graduation.
This weekly program will review relapse signs, identify causes of relapse, identify healthy supports and activities, and learn new coping skills. Participants will create a relapse prevention plan. The Clinician will teach specific intervention strategies to interrupt the relapse process and provide tools to foster long-term recovery.
Gender-Specific groups are designed for women and men separately. These programs address the fundamental differences between men and women when it comes to addiction and recovery.
These groups address each gender’s emotional, relational, and psychological needs. These groups increase comfort by encouraging bonding and trust with the same sex and also, decrease distractions between opposite genders. According to the Adult Drug Court Standards, Best Practices, and Promising Standards of March 2017, best practicing drug courts offer gender-specific substance abuse treatment groups. A study of approximately 70 drug courts found that programs offering gender-specific services reduced criminal recidivism significantly more than those that did not. (Carey, Mackin, & Finigan, 2012)
If your office is interested in offering Gender-Specific groups please reach out to our Clinical Director, Catherine at Catherine@Classatrainingcenter.com to discuss a group that meets your needs.
Class A Training Center recognizes the importance of early intervention in the juvenile population. We welcome the opportunity to offer services to the juvenile population by working with the court to develop appropriate variations of our programming. The adapted programming is modified based on the juvenile’s age and history. While the topics may be similar to what is offered to the adult population the approach, subject matter and class size vary greatly.
Offices wishing to take advantage of our juvenile programming should reach out to our Clinical Director, Catherine at Catherine@classatrainingcenter.com to discuss specific needs, class design, class minimums and the logistics associated.