It is feedback like Marlene’s that motivates me to keep the primary content on the site accessible to corrections and substance abuse practitioners.
Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
The criminalthinking.net blog titled, “Criminal Thinking Deterred,” began as a primary source of information describing definitions and examples of criminal thinking errors. As a result of customer feedback, additional articles were created that address tips and techniques for facilitating groups that utilize the criminal thinking approach to change. Recent articles include, “Ask “How” Questions, Not “Why”” and “Pick a Picture and Present.” Marlene, an Addictions and Recovery Specialist stated, “My Phase II (Criminal Lifestyles curriculum) clients did really well with [the recent CT Group Tip] and most of them gained some really awesome insights from the experience. Thank you so much for sharing the tip!"
CriminalThinking.net author, Brian Loebig stated, “It is feedback like Marlene’s that motivates me to keep the primary content on the site accessible to corrections and substance abuse practitioners. Those practitioners are the primary facilitators of positive thinking change at a critical time in an offender’s life. Promotional efforts to spread the gospel of cognitive behavioral change in prisons, jails and offender diversion programs will help get these evidence-based practices in the hands of those who need them most. Internet press releases as well as a new Criminal Thinking Twitter account have helped distribute the message of hope and thinking change across the world.
The Criminal Thinking Therapy Resource website was developed and is maintained by Brian Loebig in collaboration with technology T.E.A.M. partners: Robert Dorfman of Peregrine Associates, Ted Tyree of TheWebsiteParkingLot.com and Lamar Childs of BMG Technology.
Author of CriminalThinking.net, owner of LoebigInk.com and part-time Technology Manager for the Alliance for Performance Excellence, Brian has over 15 years of experience working as a practitioner and administrator in the corrections, substance abuse and human services fields with a special emphasis on technology. He continues to work with numerous community-based non-profits as a web technology consultant, board member and volunteer.