CriminalThinking.net Expands Reach and Influence to 47 States.

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CriminalThinking.net, the nation's leading provider of free group materials for criminal justice and recovery programs, expands it's reach to 47 U.S. States, 5 Countries and 233 organizations.

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supporting organizations who request use of the material has led to unique partnerships that support the recovery and change of this challenging population of clients.

CriminalThinking.net provides group tips, worksheets, quizzes and exams for substance abuse and corrections-related programs that focus on a cognitive-behavioral approach to change.

Organizations wishing to reproduce or use material available on the site are asked to request permission for use of the copywritten material. Organizations that request permission are included on a supporters web page which is sorted alphabetically and by Country and State.

All primary content of the website is free, but PDF versions of the material can be purchased for a fee. CriminalThinking.net also hosts the nations' leading blog dedicated to the corrective thinking approach to change. Blog categories include: Group Facilitation, Thinking Change and Thinking Errors.

The CriminalThinking.net author, Brian Loebig, stated, "supporting organizations who request use of the material has led to unique partnerships that support the recovery and change of this challenging population of clients." TASC, Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities, based in Chicago, IL, is working in collaboration with CriminalThinking.net to develop a"First Responders" training guide to help non-therapeutic staff understand and support thinking change programs that are active in their facilities.

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The CriminalThinking.net site has been developed collaboratively by practitioners, in the corrections and substance abuse treatment fields, who have offered content, recommended links, suggested improvements and provided information. All primary material is provided free of charge. Supplemental materials are offered for a fee and help with the development and creation of new materials on the site.

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