Class (Men) - Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP)

$35.00

Description

Court approved. CGAD accredited. Psycho educational program. Organized to provide participants with toolkits for healthy relationships.

 

Topics include:

Beliefts

Control needs

Interpersonal relationship satisfaction

Internal and external boundary settings

 

What you need to bring:

 

State issued pictured identification

Copy of referral

 

Classes meet in groups. All classes are conducted virtually with limited face-to-face orientations.

 

Seperate classes by gender.

 

TWENTY-TWO WEEK COURSE.

Classes led by trained BIPP facilitators.

Classes meet Sundays at 4 pm (CST)

$40 Registration fee.

$35 per week.

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