Recently, the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) Information Center was involved in a daunting task: preparing and mailing over 1,800 copies of the new Thinking for a Change 3.1 resource pack in a single day. Several NIC Academy staff volunteered to help, including Bernie Iszler, former probation...
NIC News & Updates
Fri, Oct 26 2012
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This brief list of resources, Thinking for a Change and Cognitive-Behavioral Programs , contains research supporting Thinking for a Change as well as some CBT programs for offenders generally. The Thinking for a Change: An Integrated Approach to Changing Offender Behavior (T4C) curriculum, developed...
The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) is pleased to announce the availability of the Thinking for a Change Certified Facilitator (T4C-CF) credential . In partnership with the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) and the authors of the program, after much effort, NIC has worked to provide...