Self-Awareness for the African American Male in the Urban Cultural Construct

When African American men are given the tools to succeed, as history has shown, they can be strong examples of the sons, fathers, employers, employees, leaders, and positive role models that they need to be in their communities.  

The focus for creating an urban cultural construct must be on their intrinsic and inherent self which maximizes their strengths and improves responses to treatment and supervision. It all begins with self-awareness which will enable African American men to make thoughtful decisions and empowering decisions. A new world of positive opportunities and fulfilling experiences should follow. This self-awareness can be measured as they begin to understand themselves and other men on the same journey. 

You can download Urban Cultural Construct 2 by Mike Williams, BSC, CSAC, LSW here.

Urban Cultural Construct 2

"An approach to the treatment of offenders which emphasizes the role of altering thinking patterns in bringing about change in an offender's life."