Glory House has been active in our community to bring to the forefront the benefits of Corrective Thinking in the schools, juvenile courts, adult and probation systems and to parents of troubled youth. Glory House's counseling groups are available for anyone to attend.
AOD Intensive Outpatient Treatment - An eight week outpatient program for treatment of alcohol and other non-stimulant drugs using the Matrix Model.
CBISA Aftercare - This six month program is designed for those that have completed CBISA treatment. Participants continue to address thinking patterns based on the knowledge they gained from CBISA treatment
Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Substance Abuse - This twenty week substance abuse program is an alternative to traditional treatment. This program helps with identification and challenging thinking patterns that lead to relapse
Co-Occurring Aftercare - This group is a social support program that addresses addiction as well as mental health issues. The curriculum comes from a program called The Basics and typically lasts six months
Corrective Thinking - This ten week group address nine thinking errors and the responsible replacements. The group works to identify tactics that are used to avoid responsible behavior. Participants learned to identify the positive and negative consequences of their actions on themselves and others
Healthy Relationships - Healthy Relationships is an educational/skills based group focused on teaching an individual how to build, rebuild and maintain healthy relationships. The group covers the topics of identifying healthy relationships, communication, trust, co-dependent relationships, abuse, boundaries and reintegrating into relationships
Making Changes - Making changes is an ongoing program introduces those within the early stages of change to the links between their risk factors and offending behaviors, helps facilitate problem recognition, and aims to increase motivation to change
Matrix Aftercare - This group is a social support program dealing with relapse prevention using the Matrix Model as a follow up to the intensive outpatient treatment program
Matrix Intensive Outpatient Treatment - A sixteen-week outpatient program for treatment of substance use disorders. This program is designed to last longer for participants who are still recovering from the damaging effects of these drugs using the Matrix Model. The core of the program consists of Early Recovery Skills, Relapse Prevention, Family Education, and Individual/Conjoint Sessions. This program is the curriculum used for the Intensive Methamphetamine Treatment Expansion program funded by the Department of Social Services, Community Behavioral Health.
MRT - Moral Reconation Therapy is a systematic, cognitive behavioral, step-by-step treatment strategy designed to enhance self-image, promote growth of a positive, productive identify and facilitate the development of higher stages of moral reasoning
Parenting - A twelve week program that uses the Real Life Parenting program to address discussing addiction with children and caregivers, as well as transitioning back in to a parenting role.
Recovery and Wellness - An ongoing, open program that focuses on using meditation, art and recreation as tools to learn about their addiction and identify coping skills that will help them to avoid impulses that damage recovery. .
Relapse Prevention - This program has participants present eighteen exercises regarding additive and criminal behaviors, relapse patterns and warning signs.
Seeking Strength - Coping skills for those that have experienced trauma and substance abuse are the focus of this ongoing cognitive behavioral program. Group consist of check in regarding good coping, quotes, learning skills and check outs regarding future coping practices.
Skills Training - CBT skills training is made up of four modules: core mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness. They are designed to specifically assist individuals in better managing behaviors, emotions and thoughts. The goal is to assist clients to change behavioral, emotional, thinking and interpersonal patterns associated with problem living.
For a current group schedule, contact Kari Joldersma at 988-9123 or firstname.lastname@example.org.