Changing the Institutional Culture through Cognitive-Behavioral Programs and Staff Training: A New Look at Behavior Management

Bernard Glos, Ph.D. & Nelson G. Griffis, Ph.D. (2005)

This informative training video will present the basic concepts and principles of cognitive programming and behavior management. Model programs from DuPage County (Illinois) and Lucas County (Ohio) will be discussed to support actual examples and case studies of the critical concepts and principles in action inside juvenile confinement facilities. Cognitive Programming Cognitive strategies and research in delinquency and prevention have proven to be an effective intervention method. Cognitive programming, also known as cognitive restructuring or challenging belief patterns, does not focus on the behavior. It focuses on the thoughts driving the behavior. These thoughts are often perceptions of the self. Questioning a person

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