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University of Cincinnati (Women)

Monday 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

with Wendy Patzke

This curriculum is designed for individuals who are currently at a medium to high risk for or have a history of risky behavior including drug abuse and criminal activity related to their substance abuse. This cognitive-behavioral based approach group teaches skills and strategies to avoid substance abuse while you will learn key skills and insights to develop coping skills, gain a greater understanding of emotional and social support and challenge unhealthy thinking.

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Making Change Possible

Monday 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

with Michael Mitchell

This is an interactive Journaling Group that focuses on helping individuals make lasting, positive change in their lives. This is done through identifying the thinking and beliefs systems that lead to negative outcomes while learning ways to challenge those thoughts and beliefs allowing for a more rewarding future. It is a curriculum that uses structured and experiential writing to help motivate and guide you through the change process by utilizing role-play, peer feedback and some homework may also be assigned to practice what you have learned in your day-to-day life.

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Core Skills

Monday 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

with John Ackley

Change Companies is the evidenced based material utilized in this group series. Participants in this group are exposed to a cognitive behavioral approach for challenging any beliefs that do not support change or the change process. An example of some of the group topics include improving self-control, effective communication, creating healthy relationships and challenging irrational beliefs that have led to substance abuse and criminal behavior.

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University of Cincinnati (Men)

Tuesday 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

with Michael Mitchell

This curriculum is designed for individuals who are currently at a medium to a very high risk for continued problems, including drug abuse and criminal behavior. This group will use a cognitive behavioral approach to teach strategies for identifying and managing risks, needs and responsivity factors, with a heavy emphasis on skill building and behavior change.

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University of Cincinnati (Men)

Tuesday 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

with Roger Wilder

This curriculum is designed for individuals who are currently at a medium to high risk for or have a history of risky behavior including drug abuse and criminal activity related to their substance abuse. This cognitive-behavioral based approach group teaches skills and strategies to avoid substance abuse while you will learn key skills and insights to develop coping skills, gain a greater understanding of emotional and social support and challenge unhealthy thinking.

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Women In Recovery

Tuesday 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

with Ashley Morse

Change Companies is the evidenced based material utilized in this group series. Participants in this group are exposed to accurate information about how alcohol and other drugs affect your body, mind, and your life. You will have the opportunity to explore your own relationship with alcohol and other drugs, learn facts about drugs of abuse and examine the connection between alcohol and other drugs of abuse and high-risk behaviors while accessing support towards your recovery efforts.

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Co-Ed Family Group

Tuesday 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

with John Ackley

This group is designed to not only help the addicted individual learn about his or her disease; it allows the individual’s family/support persons the opportunity to sit in, participate and learn how to best support the person as they do the work needed to be in a healthy relationship. This group is a great place to work towards repairing, building and/or strengthening relationships, a place for supporting others and for healing. The evidenced based material utilized in this group is Matrix, Family curriculum.

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Moving Forward

Tuesday 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

with Ashley Morse

This is a 12-week Aftercare group for men/women who have completed a 6-month intensive treatment program in the Oregon Department of Prison, or, have a history of incarceration who may benefit from structured work focused on rejoining your community. Topics include reentry goals, goal setting, positive decision making, peer relationships, improving family ties, staying on the path of recovery, continuing your education, employment, managing finances and health all while outside of a controlled environment.

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University of Cincinnati (Women)

Wednesday 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

with Wendy Patzke

This curriculum is designed for individuals who are currently at a medium to high risk for or have a history of risky behavior including drug abuse and criminal activity related to their substance abuse. This cognitive-behavioral based approach group teaches skills and strategies to avoid substance abuse while you will learn key skills and insights to develop coping skills, gain a greater understanding of emotional and social support and challenge unhealthy thinking.

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Early Recovery Skills

Wednesday 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

with Dan Loynes

This is a multi-session curriculum that includes topics of: stop the cycle, identifying external and internal triggers, introducing 12 step or mutual help activities, body chemistry and recovery, common challenges in early recovery, thinking-feeling and doing and 12 step wisdom. This provides a structured group meeting for new clients to learn about various recovery skills. This introduces clients to basic tools of recovery and aids them in stopping drug and alcohol use while using a virtual format.

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