UCCI values agency partners and relies on their input to collective identify and respond to gaps in the field. As such, UCCI has developed several structured cognitive behavioral GROUP INTERVENTIONS. Our curricula have been piloted by correctional practitioners in a variety of settings. These curricula curriculum utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach to change behavior through means of social learning and motivational engagement. More specifically, we place heavy emphasis on skill building activities to assist with cognitive, social, emotional, and coping skill development.
Research has demonstrated that a collaborative relationship model utilizing social learning theory and cognitive-behavioral approaches afford agency staff ways to provide INDIVIDUAL INTERVENTION opportunities. In one-on-one sessions or situations, staff have the ability to shape behavior in ways that lead to long-term change.