Pathways & North Star
Both are clear, simple, and concise interactive studies for those who are willing to step into personal transformation. The difference between the two studies is that Pathways was created for individuals convicted of PC 290 related offenses. The curriculum is specific with case studies and assignments for sexual addiction and offending. North Star addresses criminal addiction and behavior. North Star was created for crimes other than PC 290 related offenses. Both programs address the following areas from their created perspective:
Understanding Sexual Addiction and Offending (Pathways)
Understanding Criminal Addiction and Behavior (North Star)
Responsibility, Acceptance, and Accountability
Relapse Prevention Plan
Who Were You Then?
Who are You Now?
How Did You Get that Way?
How are You Going to Stay that Way?
Dynamic Factors (Pathways)
Antisocial Characteristics (North Star)
Language (North Star)
Final Overview Assignment
Pathways Recovery Development
(Specifically for PC 290 Related Offenses)
North Star Recovery Development
(Specifically for non-PC 290 Related Offenses)
Apex Transcript and/or Comprehensive Risk Assessment Review
A review of these documents by our staff can assist an individual in gaining insight into their presentation at his/her last BPH hearing or Psychological Evaluation. These documents are thoroughly critiqued by our counselors and returned to the individual. Many times having an outside perspective has shed light toward a new understanding that has led to a suitable finding for the individual.
Upon completion, the Letter of Completion, Certificate of Completion, and Grade Report can be dispersed to the Board of Parole Hearings, Correctional Counselor, or other receiving party. The original documents sent to the participant are free of charge. If this service is ordered, a second or third letter and certificate will be created and sent to the desired party(ies). If a request is made to email the documents to a BPH attorney, no charge will be assessed.
For those convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI).
Responsibly Driven addresses the following areas:
Understanding the relationship with drugs and alcohol;
Sharpening personal awareness and intentionality;
Developing insight into more effective decision making;
Uncovering and treating underlying issues with substance abuse and impaired driving;
Developing and implementing an individualized sobriety plan that is clean, sober, safe, and sustainable,
Responsibly Driven is a 100 page workbook created by former offenders and professionals with life experience.
Ultimately, being found suitable at the BPH is up to the individual. There is no amount of work that anyone else can do that will guarantee a finding of suitability. We do our best to prepare each person for their opportunity; there are no guarantees. It is in the best interest of the individual to do everything they can to be prepared. It is our position to assist them down that path.
Family consulting consists of providing information and answering questions for the following topics (but not limited to): parole, special conditions, GPS monitoring, sex offender programming, transitional housing, and Board of Prison Hearings.
Board of Parole Hearing Packet Construction and Review
We will assist in formatting the packet itself, contents of the packet, and contents of the material therein. We review material such as, Remorse Letters, Parole Plans, Victim Statements, Closing Statement, etc. We want to ensure that what is placed in the packet is appropriately written and covers the vital areas that the commissioners deem necessary. We will critique the materials and make recommendations that we believe will be more appropriate.
The Navigator: Advanced Insight
Addressing the areas of language, causative factors, triggers, escalation, remorse, victim impact, reentry, and answering questions. The Navigator delves into these topics with written assignments and one-on-one correspondence with our counseling staff. In addition to discussion, there will be a question-and-answer period that will assist in sharpening knowledge and application toward recovery.
Advanced: Domestic Violence Awareness & Prevention (ADVAP)
Offering the opportunity to learn from professionals ADVAP addresses the areas of What is Domestic Violence? How Does Violence Take Shape? Characteristics of an Abuser; Where Does Domestic Violence Come From? How to Put an End to Abuse; Anger in Domestic Violence; Effective Communication; Why Do People Abuse? Objectifying