B.R.I.C.K. – Building Reality w/ Imagination, Curiosity & Knowledge
The B.R.I.C.K. program provides free counseling services to at-risk youth, and youth involved in the juvenile justice system who are dealing with the following: peer pressure, conflict resolution, substance use, school issues, societal conditioning, parent-child relationships issues, gang involvement, self-identity, etc.
Through counseling we can address the root problems. Counseling improves critical thinking, healthy coping strategies, self-esteem, communication, family relations, etc.
Our group therapy sessions include instructional teaching, journaling, role playing, art & music therapy, goal setting, guest speakers, and Chess.
We use evidence-based curriculum and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which sets the tone for improved thinking and behavior.
ASOP’s LIFE SKILLS
Our Life Skills classes help youth and first-time offenders learn life skills to help them make better decisions in life. Life Skills Classes cover topics such as decision making, conflict resolution, peer pressure, mental health, budgeting/finances, and career choices.
Our parenting workshop is offered to participants in the BRICK program and Life Skills Classes. The parenting workshops cover topics involving Parenting Styles, Love-Hurt Languages, Mental Health, Communication Techniques, & Child Development.
PAINT & POLITIC
Our paint and politic class improves mindfulness through art while incorporating history and education. Participants create inspirational artwork that showcases their talents, gifts and potential.
Encouraging minds to create and engineer objects using comprehensive Lego sets.