Arise Counseling Center
Approved by Texas Department Licensing and Regulation.
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Our Battering Intervention and Prevention Program meets the Texas State Guidelines for BIPP Programs and has been approved by Texas Department Criminal Justice and Texas Council on Family Violence.
Accredited facility provider with the courts, probation, parole, and CPS.
Men or women participating in BIPPs interact in a group format facilitated by experienced staff. Group
members work on holding each other accountable and developing critical thinking skills that challenge
beliefs and attitudes that lead to abusive behaviors.
The Purpose of BIPP
BIPP is a course for men or women who need to confront their abusive behaviors and
rigid beliefs about traditional power and control in a relationship by participating in
accountability groups focused on men or women taking responsibility for their abusive
behavior. Programs focus on educating your partner on the nature of family violence,
changing beliefs and attitudes that lead to violence and reinforcing strategies on
developing an equal and supportive relationship. BIPPs should be accredited by the State
of Texas and should abide by state accreditation guidelines. Accreditation guidelines outline
requirements relating to program length, curriculum and standards for
communicating with survivors, along with other requirements all BIPPs should meet.
Through consultation, prevention services ,
and outreach, we will achieve the mission to
promote development and growth for both
personal characteristics and interpersonal competencies.
Cognitive self-change teaches individuals a
concrete process for self-reflection aimed at
uncovering antisocial thoughts, feelings,
attitudes, and beliefs. Social skills instruction
prepares group members to engage in
pro-social interactions based on self-understanding
and consideration of the impact of their actions on others.
Recognizing what needs to be changed
regarding your behavioral patterns with
self-understanding and consideration of the
impact of their actions on others.
Licensed clinical professional counselors" or "licensed mental health counselors".(LCDCs)provides group, individual and family therapy sessions to people struggling with alcohol or drug problems. Our Licensed professional counselors (LPCs) are Master's-level mental health service providers, trained to work with individuals, families, and groups in treating mental, behavioral, and emotional problems and disorders.