In collaboration with the mission of Louisiana judicial court system, Rock Bridge Training Institute offers court-ordered on site classroom programs. Under Louisiana law, a judge can require offenders to complete service and or training as a form of restoration/reparation and as an opportunity for rehabilitation. We honor the responsibility to eliminate recidivism by offering quality court ordered training. These interactive learning workshops focus on program reinforcement through group interaction. Particularly helpful for those people assessed to be “at-risk” of repeating the offense. The workshops are kept small with only 5-10 participants to guarantee individual attention for each participant.
Anger Management $80
Anger is a completely normal, usually a healthy, human emotion. But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems—problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life. It can make you feel as though you're out of control emotionally. This course is meant to help you understand and your control anger. The strategies learned will assist you calming yourself before making dangerous decisions at home, in the workplace, or in relationships that could lead to legal problems. Together we can determine what triggers these anger outburst and begin to recognize the problems and resolve the unpredictabile triggers.
Shoplifting / Theft Prevention $80
Whatever the reason you shoplift, you have to come to an understanding that your act of shoplifting is largely a symptom of an underlying issue in your life which is causing you to feel excessive stress, fear or emotional pain. The need to relieve your discomfort creates an impulse to act in this way. After impulsively taking your first item and “getting away with it”, you found some temporary satisfaction or relief from your internal personal stress, even though you may also have felt ashamed and afraid.
The Shoplifting/ Theft Prevention Course will help bring you a new understanding about shoplifting; explain how you impulsively make these kinds of decisions; highlight the true impact they have on your daily life, so you can immediately learn how to make better decisions for yourself. It will help to change the thinking, feelings, and attitudes you now hold which have allowed you to shoplift in the past. It will reduce your risk of shoplifting and getting arrested in the future.