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Failing to Learn from Experience

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Criminal thinkers do not learn from the past and operate without regard for the future.  They are often described as failing to learn from experience and tend to see behavior and events as isolated...
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Failing to learn from experience = not learning from the past.

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The Ability to Respond

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In Psychology 101 class we learned about the the Pavlovian stimulus-response (S-R) theory.  When a particular stimulus is offered it will illicit a particular response. For example, when a stimulus...
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Closed Channel Thinking

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The essence of criminal thinking is the closed channel.  Criminal thinkers are closed off from being receptive, are closed to any interest in being self-critical and also shut down from disclosing ...
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Important but not Urgent

Important but not Urgent | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
In Stephen Covey's book, the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, a persons actions and activities are divided into a matrix of four quadrants. The first quadrant is comprised of things that ar...
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Doing things that are Important but not Urgent is the key to success, recovery and change!

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Audit: Oregon could save millions by ensuring ex-offenders get drug treatment - OregonLive.com

Audit: Oregon could save millions by ensuring ex-offenders get drug treatment - OregonLive.com | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
Audit: Oregon could save millions by ensuring ex-offenders get drug treatment OregonLive.com Oregon could save substantial money if it treated high-risk criminal offenders for substance abuse, but instead cash-strapped counties allow roughly half...
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Studies Reveal CBT Can Make Real Physical Changes to Emotional and ... - SBWire (press release)

Studies Reveal CBT Can Make Real Physical Changes to Emotional and ...
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The Mirror of Self-Disgust

The Mirror of Self-Disgust | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
Building self-esteem and developing a positive view of oneself is the goal of many therapeutically sound programs.  There are numerous assessment tests that measure self-worth, self-esteem and posi...
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The Solitary Confinement of Responsibility

The Solitary Confinement of Responsibility | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
Responsible living to the criminal thinker is akin to solitary confinement. The perceived boredom and lack of excitement in a responsible life is worse than the possibility of jail or prison. The B...
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The Recovery Place Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center Welcomes New ... - PR Web (press release)

The Recovery Place Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center Welcomes New ...
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Treatment options limited, expensive for mentally ill inmates behind bars - WRTV Indianapolis

Treatment options limited, expensive for mentally ill inmates behind bars - WRTV Indianapolis | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
WRTV Indianapolis Treatment options limited, expensive for mentally ill inmates behind bars WRTV Indianapolis The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has sued the Department of Corrections over its treatment of the more than 4,000 inmates...
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Unique and Superior

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A common perception among criminal thinkers is the idea that they are different and better than others. Even when a criminal is repeatedly arrested for a violation, their 'uniqueness' in thinking l...
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The Power of Control

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The criminal thinker does not achieve satisfaction from using power responsibly. The responsible use of power is not exciting enough! In treatment programs, when an offender's thinking or behavior ...
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Florida Drug Rehab Recognizes PTSD Awareness Day - PR Web (press release)

Florida Drug Rehab Recognizes PTSD Awareness Day - PR Web (press release) | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
Florida Drug Rehab Recognizes PTSD Awareness Day PR Web (press release) Destination Hope, a nationally recognized substance abuse and mental health treatment facility in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is shining the light on post-traumatic stress...
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CT Group Tip: How vs. Why

CT Group Tip: How vs. Why | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
As a general rule in criminal thinking group settings I stay away from asking "why" questions. "Why" questions usually lead to excuses and additional criminal thinking errors. Asking, "how" or "wha...
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Servanthood and Thinking Changes are Congruent

Servanthood and Thinking Changes are Congruent | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
There are countless books on leadership, goal setting and personal growth in our society. Oprah has even developed a new show on her “OWN” network called ‘Master Class.’ The show highlights the lif...
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NCAA Basketball and Criminal Freedom

NCAA Basketball and Criminal Freedom | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
Watching the VCU Rams basketball team beat the U of K Jayhawks to enter the NCAA final four is a great example of the many character traits required for criminal freedom.  The NCAA tournament is a ...
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NCAA Basketball and Criminal Freedom

Live-Wise-Life's curator insight, November 11, 2013 11:26 AM

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Failing to Learn from Experience

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Criminal thinkers do not learn from the past and operate without regard for the future.  They are often described as failing to learn from experience and tend to see behavior and events as isolated...
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Failing to learn from experience = not learning from the past.

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A Review of Arrowhead Center Inc | Alcohol and Drug Abuse ...

A Review of Arrowhead Center Inc | Alcohol and Drug Abuse ... | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
Outpatient treatment is one of the many options a person can choose when they're seeking help for substance abuse or drug addiction. When outpatient treatment is a beneficial level of help for a person to stop drinking or ...
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CT Group Tip: Dealing with Resistance

CT Group Tip: Dealing with Resistance | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
Resistance to change is a typical component of all criminal thinking (CT) groups. Learning to deal with and even embrace resistance is key to a successful and therapeutic group process. One common ...
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"I can't" means "I won't"

"I can't" means "I won't" | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
The criminal thinker is unwilling to do anything that is boring or disagreeable! This statement is considered an axiom among corrections professionals. The criminal thinker has boundless energy and...
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Report: One out of Five Arrests Involve Someone on Probation or Parole - Corrections.com

Report: One out of Five Arrests Involve Someone on Probation or Parole - Corrections.com | Criminal Thinking | Scoop.it
Corrections.com Report: One out of Five Arrests Involve Someone on Probation or Parole Corrections.com Collecting and analyzing the data required an extraordinary effort spanning 11 independent agencies, including four local police jurisdictions,...
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Objects to Possess

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In school, children learn the difference between a noun and a verb. Most of us will easily recall the grade school mantra of a noun as a 'person, place or thing.' For the criminal thinker the defin...
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Fear Factor

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Our stereotypical view of a "hardened" criminal is that they are fearless. Criminals are portrayed in the media, and often in movies, as callous, reckless, quick tempered, ready to fight and angry....
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Substance Abuse Treatment Center Announces New Low-Cost Program | PRLog

Substance Abuse Treatment Center Announces New Low-Cost Program. Serenity Vista Treatment of Boquete, Panama announces a new inexpensive program for chemical dependency & substance abuse treatment for men and women struggling with addiction.
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Injuries Unseen

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Criminal thinking is a consistent pattern of distorted thinking errors that results in irresponsible and arrestable behavior. One of the most common errors in thinking is the failure to consider in...
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Effort Vs. Energy

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Understanding lack of effort as a criminal thinking error involves first defining it in relation to activity and energy. The criminal thinker has unlimited 'energy' for the activities they are inte...
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