COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL CLASSES FOR COLLEGES

Increasing the Health and Safety of College Campuses Everywhere

All of our online, cognitive behavioral college classrooms are evidence based interventions. Participants complete cognitive behavioral assignments before engaging in an online classroom to review and receive feedback on their thinking patterns and decision making. These classrooms have become a trusted system to help colleges build a safer, healthier campus.

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RESPONSIBLE RELATIONSHIPS ON CAMPUS

18 Assignments

This is a cognitive behavioral intervention for individuals who have shown difficulty safely navigating relationships on campus.  The course helps participants to understand  the roles of consent, boundaries, and communication in building healthy relationships. The course challenges thinking errors, toxic masculinity, power imbalances and other obstacles to safe and healthy relationships. Typical participants include students who have demonstrated aggression in intimate relationships and / or need to better understand issues of consent and relationship health.

RETHINKING SUBSTANCE USE ON CAMPUS

12 Assignments

This is a cognitive behavioral intervention for individuals who have made choices with substance use that conflict with college campus and legal expectations.  The course helps participants to rethink how they make decisions regarding substance use to include the impact on others, the impact on a future self, and the role of cognitive dissonance. Typical participants include students who have had campus issues with alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs.

CONFLICT RESOLUTION ON CAMPUS

12 Assignments

This is a cognitive behavioral intervention for individuals who have shown aggression in non-intimate relationships on campus; for example with staff or peers.  It helps participants to understand the difference between emotional experiences and behavioral choices and to respond well to strong emotions that have created challenges for the individual in the past.  Typical participants include students who have had problem encounters with faculty, staff, or peers.

SIMPLIFYING THE PROCESS OF CHANGE!

We make it easy for you to refer and track the student's progress every step of the way.

  1. You refer the student to us.

  2. We get them scheduled for their 3 hour online class, help them complete their paperwork, and send them their cognitive behavioral workbook.

  3. They complete the workbook independently and call us with any questions.

  4. They attend their online class with a Three Trees certified facilitator to discuss and be challenged on each of their assignments and receive coaching on healthy decision making.

  5. We send you their completion and close their case!