The role of the facilitator(s) is to assist the participant in learning the origins, mechanisms, and consequences of their behaviors.
The staff at New Beginnings will complete the intake process, develop treatment plans, facilitate groups, administer the diagnostic test(s), write evaluations, appear in court, confer with attorneys and court representatives, and complete other tasks necessary to assist the participant(s) in the successful completion of their program.
Your Role As a Participant
The responsibility of the participant is to commit to a program of education, realization, and behavioral modification. The participant must have a willingness to completely restructure his/her beliefs and behaviors regarding their future use of power and control, anger management, substance abuse, and assume a posture of personal accountability for all past and future acts of abuse. To begin your enrollment process, stop by the office during business hours or call to make an appointment today.