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Moving On: A Program for At-Risk Women
provides women with alternatives to criminal activity by helping them identify and mobilize personal and community resources.
- Flexible and open-ended intervention program, allowing for continuous intake
- Draws on the evidence-based treatment models of relational theory and cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Ideal for group or individuals in community corrections as well as institutional settings
Program content is organized around four main themes:
- encouraging personal responsibility and enhancing motivation for change
- expanding connections and building healthy relationships
- skill enhancement, development, and maintenance
- relaxation and stress management skills
The complete program includes 6 modules delivered in five facilitator's guides, a CD-ROM containing the program manual and all reproducible handouts, and one DVD featuring real Moving On
participants demonstrating the skills they learned in the program.
The complete program includes:
Five facilitator's guides (modules 1 and 6, module 2, module 3, module 4,
module 5), a CD-ROM containing handouts and a program manual and 1 DVD.
Marilyn Van Dieten is a registered clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in the implementation, training, and development of programs with offenders. She is a board member of Orbis Partners, a human services consulting group that designs and implements evidence-based practices among high-risk client groups. Dr. Van Dieten is frequently invited to present research and practical information to groups who have a special interest in working with women and girls.
Read through chapter 1 of each module - files are in PDF format.
Download the supplemental sessions free of charge! These sessions can be incorporated during module 5 of the Moving On
program. The four files include: