Historical Updates

6/12/2012
New testimonial from an Arlington County Detention Facility staffer!

5/3/2012
New CT Module Article: Objects to Possess

3/26/2012:
CT Article was published in the Outside Issues Recovery magazine!

3/3/2012:
Evidence-based Research Article: [Criminal] Thinking Styles and Emotional States.

2/29/2012:
New CT Module Article published: “The Solitary Confinement of Responsibility”

12/17/2011:
New CT Module Article published: “I Can’t means I won’t”

10/15/2011:
New Evidence-Based Curriclua published, “Thinking for a Change”

9/21/2011:
New CT Module Article published: “Victimstance.”

9/5/2011:
New CT Module Artiicle published: “The Mirror of Self-Disgust.”

9/1/2011:
The
Criminal Thinking Module has just been published!

8/19/2011:
New research summary published: Criminal Thinking as a mediator of the mental ilness-prison violence relationship

8/17/2011:
The Domestic Abuse Intervention Program’s Power and Control and Equality Wheels are now downloadable on our Misc Tools page.

7/30/2011:
New research summary published: Conceptualization and Measurement of Criminal Thinking

7/25/2011:
New worksheet of the month: Ownership Attitude

7/21/2011:
Live chat added to website. Drop us a line!

6/13/2011:
New research summary published: Inmate Thinking Patterns: An empirical Investigation

5/25/2011:
Therapist Kim Molnar – Thinking Errors Course is linked to our resources page

5/22/2011:
Facebook Contest CT Worksheet Giveaway goes live today for one week.

4/26/2011:
The Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test is available in the Exams and Quizzes section. 

3/23/2011:
A new Resource Page RSS feed is now available.

3/22/2011:
New research summaries have been published on the Resources page.

1/31/2011:
View our growing list of supporters by Country and State.

1/24/2011:
New web advertising rates have been developed.  Send us your graphics for promoting your business!

10/27/2010:

New CT worksheets

are now available on the worksheets page.

8/27/2010:

New thinking error worksheets are being developed. Order the complete 12 thinking error worksheet manual today!

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