Alcohol Highway Safety Programs

Level I Alcohol Highway Safety Program / $110

Total Class Hours: 6 hours
Small (6-20) instructor-led group sessions.

These programs recognize that not all participants are criminal thinkers; many have erroneous thinking patterns that lie somewhere on a continuum between a responsible, logical thought pattern and a criminal thought pattern. The focus is to teach participants to recognize their thought patterns and to replace the destructive ones with positive and constructive ones. Discussions are dynamic, interactive, and explore each student’s prior negative actions in a non-judgmental environment. Areas of focus include masks, criminal thinking, choices, triggers, and power/anger. In some cases it is recommended to add some number of Group Therapy sessions to increase and/or maintain insight and awareness. In some cases it is recommended to add a DUI Driving Simulation.

Level II Alcohol Highway Safety Program / $130

Total Class Hours: 8
Small (6-20) instructor-led group sessions.

These programs recognize that not all participants are criminal thinkers; many have erroneous thinking patterns that lie somewhere on a continuum between a responsible, logical thought pattern and a criminal thought pattern. The focus is to teach participants to recognize their thought patterns and to replace the destructive ones with positive and constructive ones. Discussions are dynamic, interactive, and explore each student’s prior negative actions in a non-judgmental environment. Areas of focus include masks, criminal thinking, choices, triggers, and power/anger. In some cases it is recommended to add some number of Group Therapy sessions to increase and/or maintain insight and awareness. In some cases it is recommended to add a DUI Driving Simulation.

What is the Difference Between Level I and Level II?

Level II spends additional time exploring low self-esteem, narcissism, dependency issues, affect tolerance, poor self-care, poor relationships, poor communication skills, and immature defensive styles such as denial and rationalization. The extra two hours take on the feeling of a group therapy session.

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