Behavior Analysis - A technique used to understand what precedes and follows a behavior, usually called target behavior.
step 1. Identify the behavior
step 2. Identify vulnerabilities
step 3. Identify triggers
step 4. Establish link between 1,2,3
step 5. Identify consequences
step 6. Create skilled based solutions
step 7. Create plans for effective change (permanent)
Parental Behavior Transference
Many parents display negative behaviors that are deemed as acceptable in the house hold. Children may not understand parental behaviors because their brains are not yet equipped to understand things they see their parents doing because of not having any life experiences. Memories that children have are given to them by their parents, as well as the environment and social organizations. Many of these memories, of what I see my parents doing, are placed in subconscious areas of the brain because there are no emotions nor an understanding by the child. The problem arises when the child is faced with social/peer issues; such as smoking marijuana, at this point the response may be a natural acceptance due to parental behavior transference.
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Franklin Reality Model
NBC Negative Behavior Cycle
This module brings to awareness the fact that the decisions you've made are not of the norm, accepted by society. Your decisions cause you to be in a cycle of making bad choices that lead to incarceration, gang activities, participating in use and sell of narcotics; on a daily basis. The individual may also find himself not able to cope in relationships, with employers, and family members.
CPE Cognitive Processing Error
This module allows the client to become aware of his cognitive processing (thinking). How he views his environment, how does it make him feel, does his beliefs equal his actions.
What events lead up to the bad decision.
This is parental behavior transference at it's worst and best. Parents must be more responsible with the information and behavior we share with our kids.