Early Intervention – the Decision Making Class

Early Intervention – the Decision Making Class is a curriculum for individuals of all ages who have been in minor violation of the law and for those wanting to develop healthy lifestyle habits.  The focus of the curriculum is to explore goals, values and morals, and consider how they relate to self-determination.  Topics include looking into morals and values and how they were developed, considering current behavior patterns and how emotions and life events may impact behavior, focusing on a satisfying and health future through SMART, goal setting, exploring past and present relationships and the impact these have on self-determination and life satisfaction.

This course is offered in three different formats, for children, adolescents and adults.  Individual and group sessions are offered in Grand Island, Kearney and Broken Bow.

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