Walking the 12 Steps With Jesus Christ is a Bible-based recovery study very similar to the AA program. The difference between our study and the step study of AA is the teaching about Jesus Christ as our Higher Power, Bible Study, Prayer, Fasting, and Church Fellowship. This study is organized into 4 distinct stages: 1. Foundation stage, 2 Discovery Stage, 3 Healing Stage, and 4 Living an Overcoming Life.
Behavioral therapy changing the way you think and the reasons we think the way we do. A disciplined Tai Chi class will be offered to help aid in this program.
Motivational classes are offered to help an individual develop a sense of responsibility, and sense of accomplishment, motivating them to become the husbands, fathers, and the men God expects them to be.
Classes designed to help an individual discover and recognize were and when certain behaviors become prevalent in their lives, and discover new and better ways of developing constructive thought patters.
Interpersonal is a focused, evidence-based approach to treat mood disorders. The main goal of these counseling sessions is to improve the quality of a client’s interpersonal relationships and social functioning to help reduce their distress. IPC provides strategies to resolve problems within four key areas.
social isolation grief, retirement, divorce, or moving to another city. Fourth, IPC is recommended for dealing with interpersonal disputes that emerge from conflicting expectations between partners, family members, close friends, or coworkers.
Classes will offered discussing such books as Battle Field of the Mind by Joyce Meyer, The Book of Mysteries by Johnathan Cahn, The Normal Christian Life by Watchman Nee, and the Ultimate Gift by Jim Stovall.
Church attendance will be required Sunday mornings and evening as well as Wednesday evening. We will also conduct morning chapel services daily, where clients will be encouraged to share their testimony.
Our 12 Steps to Walking with Jesus Christ will encourage daily Bible study, as well as evening studies with guest speakers and teachers.
This program will assist clients in developing the skills needed to live a healthy productive life. The skills of this program will prepare the client to perform such things as creating and managing a personal budget, resume writing, effective interview skills etc.
This program will give the client opportunities to obtain their GED as well as learn a marketable trade. These trades will include, Welding, Heavy Equipment Operation, Green House Gardening, Animal Husbandry, Master Cattleman's class courtesy of the OSU Extension office. These list just a few of the opportunities for our clients.
Music Therapy is an established health discipline in which music is used within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals.