Court Services and Program Descriptions
Domestic Violence, Theft & Dysfunctional Thinking:
Substance Abuse and Behavioral Addiction Services:
Outpatient Program (SOP)
|SOP - 12 weeks Monday Nights from 6-8 pm. Clients will attend no less than 2 hours each week in group, 1 12-step or SMART Recovery (non-12-step) meeting a week, in addition to writing out the first 5 steps or 6 ABC belief disputer processes, along with monthly individual sessions with a counselor. The Supportive Outpatient Program provides treatment for up to 6 months if necessary.|
Outpatient Program (IOP)
|IOP - 18 weeks Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6-8pm. Clients will attend no less than 4 hours in group each week and 2 hours in 12 step or SMART Recovery support group meetings in addition to completing a written steps 1-5 in the step program or 6 ABC exercises in SMART along with a weekly individual session with a counselor. The Intensive Outpatient Program may vary in length as well as intensity, and treatment can last up to 6 months. Auricular acupuncture available FREE for anyone desiring it while in treatment.|
Relapse Prevention (IRP)
|IRP is an 8 week program consisting of 3 individual counseling sessions in addition to 8 weekly 2-hour group sessions. Client will complete an intake/individual session before starting the weekly group sessions, one individual session after completing 4 group sessions, and one individual session after all 8 group sessions have been completed.|
|MUI is a 12 hour course designed to assist clients in identifying their marijuana pattern of use, severity of abuse vs. dependency issues. Clients will gain insight to solutions and tools to implement into one's life to alleviate marijuana use.|
Control Counseling (ACC)
4 2hr. sessions $320.00
6 2hr. sessions $480.00
12 2hr. sessions $960.00
|ACC is an 8 or 12 week program. Length of the program is determined by the referral source. Client will attend weekly 2-hour group sessions for the duration of the program. An individual / orientation session is required to address any individual needs or concerns of each client. A discharge session is also required upon completion of the programs group sessions. Both the intake and discharge sessions will be completed with an individual counselor.|
Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP)
|BIPP (Batterers Intervention and Prevention Program; BIPP) is an 18 week program that consists of a weekly 2-hour group sessions. Two individual sessions are required. The Domestic Violence Intervention Program is designed for participants whom have been court ordered or who have experienced minor legal issues due to family discord or violence issues.|
theft Intervention Programs
|Anti-theft program consists of 1 - 4 hour class unless otherwise specified by the referral source. An individual / orientation session is required to address any individual needs or concerns of each client. The intake and session will be completed with an individual counselor.|
|We educate family and concerned parties about how to prepare for an intervention. Inform them about hospitalization, insurance, transportation, contacting the admissions department all prior to the intervention. We inform family/friends about what to bring to the intervention and hold a role play so everyone knows their part. Finally facilitate the intervention.|
$320.00 4 2hr. class
$640.00 8 2hr. class
$960.00 12 2hr. class
|4, 8 and 12 hour class on identifying specific addictive behaviors, effects on the addict, family members, community, legal system and business community. We will define addiction, construct a genogram, investigate the cycle of addiction, employment problems and family issues. A great program for EAP's, SAP's, affected family members, and those concerned about their use possibly being out of control.|
Alcohol, Marijuana, Behavioral Addiction Problem Evaluation
|We use the MAST, SASSI, and other assessment tools for Pathological Gambling, Sexual Addiction, Co-dependency, Love/Relationship Addiction, Eating Disorders, Prescription Drug Abuse, Being brought up in addictive or other dysfunctions family environment, Compulsive Spending etc. We also provide the SALCE assessment for $50.00|
4hrs. $240.00 and 8hrs. $480.00
|MI is a series of psycho-educational counseling sessions that address readiness and motivation to change. Motivational Intervention is often used by professionals as a treatment readiness program to assist participants in moving toward and embracing change just prior to entering a treatment program. The criminal justice system uses it for persons who are able to identify and change potentially destructive behavior patterns.|
Life Skills Development
|This 4, 8 or 12 hour class uses the principals of cognitive therapy to help the client become aware that their thinking is the problem and how to change it to minimize problems in their lives.|
|I provide outpatient detoxification using a SAMSHA EVIDENCE BASED auricular acupuncture protocol, the NADA protocol. Very effective for detoxification, anger management, unresolved grief, clients appear to be better adjusted to the facility sooner than others and engage in the recovery process faster.|
To register for A Court
Counseling Program class call 713-461-3279.
Please Note: As a condition of enrollment, client must pay for the program in full, or pay for the registration fee and first class session to be considered enrolled in the program. You will not be guaranteed a seat in the class until you have paid the required fees for enrollment. After you complete the registration by phone, you will be given the option to pay the required fees for the program to complete your enrollment we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and of course Cash. Prices subject to change without notice.
Michael Yeager B.A., LCDC, C.Ht, LMT, CAS, SAP, has 40 years' + experience (since 1973) specializing in Alcohol-Prescription Medication-Nicotine-Illegal Drug Abuse/Addiction, Anger Management Resolution, Domestic Violence Victims and Perpetrators issues, Behavioral Addictions (sex, love, relationships, work, over and under eating, compulsive spending, pathological gambling, high-risk activity, internet & porn addiction, etc.), Family/Couples Problem Resolution Issues and Cognitive Life Skill Development.
During this time, he has developed and implemented many successful programs and conducted several professional trainings concerning chemical and behavioral addiction problems and treatment, trauma resolution, PTSD, smoking cessation, incest, sexual abuse, incomplete grief, anxiety, fears/phobias resolution.
Michael has provided trainings for Hewlett Packard in Colorado Springs, Colo, The Denver Post Office, Mountain Bell, Maxwell House, Anheiser-Bush, Benesys, Drake-Bean & Morin Outplacement Services, Adolescent Probation-Houston, University of Houston, Lee College, Institute of Chemical Dependency Counselors, Colorado Mountain College, and various private organizations and facilities.
If you would like to explore how Mr. Yeager may assist you contact him via the Internet at firstname.lastname@example.org, his counseling practice is at www.holisticouncil.org and the professional education site is www.contemporaryteaching.com. His workbook titled 12+2 Steps Young People in Recovery (John Bradshaw wrote the foreword for the book) is available on the www.contemporaryteaching.com site and through www.amazon.com or www.barnesandnoble.com.