About this Course

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This program teaches the psychological and social causes of habitual truancy and steps students can take change their behaviors. The evidence-based coursework is appropriate for treatment of juvenile habitual truancy behavior.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

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Helps you understand anti-social behavior, anger
management and poor communications that often
lead to habitual truancy

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Helps you identify root behavioral causes of habitual truancy

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Teaches you steps you can take to address these root behaviors

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Helps you think about how to manage your behavior
for positive change

Self-driven 4 hour courses
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Sharable Certificate
Earn a Certificate upon completion
Available Languages
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Author

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Dr. Todd Pizitz

Courses

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A Strategic Justice Partners (SJP) course developed by Dr. Todd Pizitz for Truancy Prevention. SJP is a leading developer of evidence-based courses for the criminal justice system. Dr. Pizitz is a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist in private practice in Vista, California. Working closely with persons afflicted with various addictions and challenges, he provides psychotherapy and psychological evaluations to adults, adolescents and families.

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Testimonials

"I am really pleased with your company. I think you do great work and I have openly said so to other prosecutors in the State and suggested that they utilize your services."

Eric M. Hoffman
Prosecuting Attorney - Delaware County, IN

 

Syllabus

What you will learn from this course

1. Introduction

2. Psychology of Anti-Social Behavior

3. Internal & External Conflicts

4. Conflict Resolution

5. Substance Abuse

6. Making a Change

7. Evaluation
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

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