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Albert Banuelos, youth probation director, needed to implement a trauma-informed and collaborative approach at the Campus Kilpatrick juvenile rehabilitation camp.
The Forward Thinking series provided a treatment resource that aligned with the L.A. Model’s emphasis on self-expression and cognitive development. The practice of Interactive Journaling enabled staff to engage with each participant through a reflective cycle of reading, writing and talking.
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Brenda Gardner was finding discouraging recidivism rates and a lack of victim awareness among program participants in the Indianapolis DUI program. Participants struggled with traditional journaling exercises.
Brenda found that Interactive Journals relieved participant hesitancy to engage with journaling. Participants showed greater enthusiasm for the material and family involvement increased.
Valley Springs Youth Ranch KIDS Series
The Valley Springs Youth Ranch provides strength-based treatment for at-risk youth. The program had struggled to find treatment curricula that catered directly to the needs and concerns of youth.
The Keep It Direct and Simple series provided an accessible and appropriately paced resource for therapy sessions. Group facilitation was more productive and structured, while the Journals provided individuals with a permanent and tangible record of their commitments.
El Reno Federal Prison Breaking the Cycle
The El Reno facility needed a cognitive-behavioral and evidence-based programming tool to drive therapeutic treatment. Substance use disorders were prevalent and inmates needed specific curricula to target addiction and co-occurring disorders.
The Breaking The Cycle Interactive Journaling® curriculum was introduced along with group treatment settings advised by The Change Companies.