By Gail Caputo, Ph.D.
Shoplifting is a huge drain on the economy. Unfortunately many of the people who engage in this activity are powerless to stop. What's in the Bag? addresses this problem. The program examines the costs of shoplifting, the consequences of this behavior, and the need for offenders to accept responsibility for their actions.
This program aims to help offenders achieve a higher level of self-esteem and to give them the knowledge to understand the effects of their choices. It also helps offenders create an action plan to change their behaviors. Copyright 2003.
The program consists of one Instructor's Manual ($25.00, 50 pages) and one Participant's Workbook ($10.00, 80 pages); $34.95 for the set.
See also: Participant's Workbook
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