Course Descriptions

Anger Management

8 total hours

One Session: Designed for clients who display anger-related behavior during the arrest or who are arrested for a crime where anger issues were evident. Clients are educated on strategies to help prevent future anger management problems. This course focuses on teaching the following: interpersonal skill building, cognitive behavioral strategies, conflict resolution, and impulse control.

Driving While License Suspended

4 total hours

One Session: Designed to provide education to the participant on public safety issues coupled with skills that will help the individual obtain a valid driver’s license.  The goal of this class is to reduce recidivism by providing the participant with specific consequences of their choices along with skills to help prevent future arrests. 

Drug and Alcohol Education

4 total hours

One or Two Sessions: Designed for clients who have been arrested for drug and alcohol related offenses. Facilitators educate clients in the direction of self-evaluation. Facilitators educate clients on the criteria for dependence and abuse according to DSM 5 guidelines. Additionally, recommendations are provided for clients who appear to display signs that indicate a risk for present or future drug or alcohol related problems.

Faulty Thinking and Values Clarification

4 total hours

Two Sessions: This course is designed for misdemeanor and felony clients to evaluate their belief system. Clients are challenged to explore the values and faulty thought process that support the behaviors and attitudes that led to the arrest.

Felony Theft

4 total hours

One Sessions: Designed for clients who have been charged with felony theft or theft related offenses. Clients explore the beliefs and attitudes that support the behaviors that led to the arrest. Clients are challenged to accept responsibility for their behavior, and are educated on strategies to help prevent future criminal behavior.

Florida Fish and Wildlife

4 total hours

One Session: This course is designed for individuals charged with boating, fishing and/or wildlife offenses. Florida law is discussed along with behaviors and beliefs that have led to violating Florida law. 

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Recidivism Program (CORRP)

12 total hours

Two Sessions: Designed for individuals who have been referred by DOC with a felony offense. This course will focus on identifying triggers, high risk situations and equip individuals with decision making tools that lead to better choices and guide them toward a positive, rewarding future.

Shoplifting

4 total hours

Two Sessions: Designed for clients who have been charged with retail theft. Clients explore the beliefs and attitudes that support the behaviors that led to the arrest. Clients are challenged to accept responsibility for their behavior and are educated on strategies to help prevent future criminal behavior. 

Understanding HIV and Aids

2 total hours

One Session: Facilitated by a certified HIV instructor. Prevention of STDs is discussed, as well as behaviors and attitudes that lead to risk taking behavior. 

Weapons

4 total hours

One Session: Designed for individuals charged with weapon related offenses. Florida law is discussed along with safety concerns and challenged to explore behaviors that led to the arrest.