• The Behaviour Module is the third and final stage of the C.A.R.L. programme.
  • The purpose of this module is to highlight the congruent nature of how participants thoughts and feelings impact on their behaviour. Evidence suggests (Andrews and Colleagues 1990) that Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approaches provides offenders with the necessary skills to modify criminal behaviour and those on the periphery of offending. Many offenders lack self-management and self-control skills, causing them to act inappropriately without consideration of the consequences of their actions. This inevitably causes offenders to display thoughts, feelings and behaviours that are supportive of criminal behaviour.
  • Having become more aware of their thoughts and feelings, during the previous two modules, participants will now transfer their learning and maintain positive changes, enabling them to develop a structured plan that allows them to anticipate and cope with personal high risk situations.

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