Cognitive Thinking for Responsible Living

Course Fee (12-hours): $115.00

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Course Description

This course explores the thinking and thought processes common in our everyday lives. Presented in a positive manner, this course uses evidenced-based curriculum. The instructor will facilitate the opportunity to reflect on and challenge the thinking and behaviors that may have negatively impacted the lives of course participants and those around them.

Participants will be provided with tools and information to examine their thoughts, beliefs, and lifestyle choices that may have kept them stuck in an unhealthy and unsatisfying lifestyle pattern.

By the end of the course, participants will be able to make better decisions, understand the process of behavior change, and identify areas of self-improvement.

Audience:

  • Those who have been ordered by a Texas court to take the course for minor drug charges.
  • Those who are required to fulfill a behavior modification course requirement resulting from a civil citation or as a part of a diversion or intervention program.
  • Those who have a desire to learn how to improve their perceptions and thinking.

Course Policies

Click to view more information on course policies such as technology, rescheduling and attendance.

Technology
To participate, you must join via a smart phone, tablet, or computer with working camera and microphone.

Courses are taught live via Zoom. Your confirmation email will contain the Zoom link for class. You are not required to have a Zoom account to join. For information on how to join without an account, please refer to this Zoom help article.

Messaging
Reminder emails are sent to the email address you used at registration. Emails are sent one day before the course begins as well as one hour before each day’s class.

You may opt-in for text message reminders. Normal text message and data rates may apply.

Cancellation and Rescheduling
If you need to cancel or reschedule, contact us with your course and course date.

If you do not attend the course and have not canceled or requested to be rescheduled, you forfeit the entire registration fee.

Attendance
Attendance is required for all course days as scheduled. If you miss part of the course, you must start the course over from the beginning.

If you login to the course late, you may be denied entrance and be required to start over.

Behavior
Education Resource is a welcoming environment to participants of all genders, ethnicities, religions, backgrounds, ages, and sexual orientations. Disrespectful, disruptive, or harassing behavior is not tolerated and will result in expulsion from the course and forfeiture of registration fees.

Audio and video recording are prohibited. Picture taking is also prohibited.

Instructors have final say in all matters. Anything not specifically addressed here but is deemed unacceptable during the course is grounds for expulsion.

Forms and Certificates
All forms, tests, and workbooks must be completed as required.

At the end of the course, participants will receive either a paper or electronic certificate, as required by state/court rules.

This course explores the thinking and thought processes common in our everyday lives. Presented in a positive manner, this course uses evidenced-based curriculum. The instructor will facilitate the opportunity to reflect on and challenge the thinking and behaviors that may have negatively impacted the lives of course participants and those around them.

Participants will be provided with tools and information to examine their thoughts, beliefs, and lifestyle choices that may have kept them stuck in an unhealthy and unsatisfying lifestyle pattern.

By the end of the course, participants will be able to make better decisions, understand the process of behavior change, and identify areas of self-improvement.

Audience:

  • Those who have been ordered by a Texas court to take the course for minor drug charges.
  • Those who are required to fulfill a behavior modification course requirement resulting from a civil citation or as a part of a diversion or intervention program.
  • Those who have a desire to learn how to improve their perceptions and thinking.

Technology
To participate, you must join via a smart phone, tablet, or computer with working camera and microphone.

Courses are taught live via Zoom. Your confirmation email will contain the Zoom link for class. You are not required to have a Zoom account to join. For information on how to join without an account, please refer to this Zoom help article.

Messaging
Reminder emails are sent to the email address you used at registration. Emails are sent one day before the course begins as well as one hour before each day’s class.

You may opt-in for text message reminders. Normal text message and data rates may apply.

Cancellation and Rescheduling
If you need to cancel or reschedule, contact us with your course and course date.

If you do not attend the course and have not canceled or requested to be rescheduled, you forfeit the entire registration fee.

Attendance
Attendance is required for all course days as scheduled. If you miss part of the course, you must start the course over from the beginning.

If you login to the course late, you may be denied entrance and be required to start over.

Behavior
Education Resource is a welcoming environment to participants of all genders, ethnicities, religions, backgrounds, ages, and sexual orientations. Disrespectful, disruptive, or harassing behavior is not tolerated and will result in expulsion from the course and forfeiture of registration fees.

Audio and video recording are prohibited. Picture taking is also prohibited.

Instructors have final say in all matters. Anything not specifically addressed here but is deemed unacceptable during the course is grounds for expulsion.

Forms and Certificates
All forms, tests, and workbooks must be completed as required.

At the end of the course, participants will receive either a paper or electronic certificate, as required by state/court rules.