Counselor Workbooks

Counselor Workbooks and Resources

The Diversion Center provides workbooks and other resources to help your agency facilitate court-mandated classes. Our workbooks are between 100 and 150 pages of content and are designed for group and individual sessions.

We have workbooks for the following subjects:

  • Anger Management 
  • Substance Abuse 
  • Family Violence 
  • Shoplifting and Theft Addiction 
  • Parenting

Minimum order 10 workbooks per subject 

Cost $20 per workbook. 

Some of the topics in the workbooks include:

  • Relapse Prevention 
  • Denial 
  • Emotional Intelligence 
  • Perception 
  • Family Drama 
  • Forgiveness 
  • Fear 
  • Decision Making Scenarios 
  • Self-Care 
  • Criminal Thinking 
  • Roles of Abuse 
  • Craving to Steal 
  • Self-Esteem 
  • Accountability 
  • Professional Development

Our workbook downloads are available for purchase here: https://privatelabelworkbook.com

Online Training Programs

Certified Shoplifting & Theft Addiction Training

Certified Anger Management Specialist Training

Shoplifting and Theft Addiction: Participant Workbook ©2016

This workbook was developed by the Founder of the National Association of Shoplifting and Theft Addiction Specialists to help facilitate counseling classes for Shoplifting Addicts. This is a growing problem, and without proper intervention, shoplifters will not change. This workbook is designed for a 12-week group program, but can be used for individual sessions as well. This book is 137 pages of rich content, with topics including: social and self-awareness, shoplifting and theft assessment, understanding cravings and triggers, developing and implementing a relapse prevention plan, anger and depression, change, self-esteem, criminal thinking, instant v. delayed gratification, penalties of shoplifting and theft, setting goals, and much more.

The treatment objectives are to:

  • Understand why you shoplift and/or steal.
  • Prevent, reduce, and eliminate shoplifting and theft behavior.
  • Help you manage and control your responses to anger and depression.
  • Assist in changing your perceptions, values, thought management, and conditioning.
  • Help improve your self-esteem and personal/professional development.
  • Promote self-awareness, preventative strategies, and social skills.

Treatment for Substance Abuse Disorders: Participant Workbook ©2015
(ISBN-10: 1513605321 ISBN-13: 978-1513605326)

The Outpatient Treatment Substance Use Disorder Workbook is designed to assist therapists facilitate treatment groups for those in recovery. It helps counselors provide at least 24 different groups and has 36 topics of discussion. This thought-provoking workbook is applicable to various demographics and helps clients examine issues through open discussion.

Topics Include: Belief and Self-Image, Criminal Thinking, Professional Development, Delayed Gratification, Financial Consequences, Fear, Decision Making, Family Drama, Relapse Prevention, Denial, Forgiveness, Truthfulness, Self-Care, Staying Busy, Stages of Change, Competition, Motivation to Change, Accountability, Self-Esteem, Anger Management, Mood Management, Picking Your Battles, Perception, Self-Awareness, Mindset Maintenance, Time Management, Credit, Personal Finance, Setting Goals, Appreciation, Gratitude, Letting Things Go, and more.

​The Diversion Center’s Outpatient Substance Use Treatment Workbook delivers relevant information and uses the client’s personal experience as a resource to reduce resistance. Through motivational interviewing, new concepts can be linked to already established beliefs and promote exploration or re-evaluation. This is the best workbook for dynamic group discussion and ‘aha’ moments.

Treatment for Substance Abuse Disorders: Participant Workbook ©2015
(ISBN-10: 1513605321 ISBN-13: 978-1513605326)

The Outpatient Treatment Substance Use Disorder Workbook is designed to assist therapists facilitate treatment groups for those in recovery. It helps counselors provide at least 24 different groups and has 36 topics of discussion. This thought-provoking workbook is applicable to various demographics and helps clients examine issues through open discussion.

Topics Include: Belief and Self-Image, Criminal Thinking, Professional Development, Delayed Gratification, Financial Consequences, Fear, Decision Making, Family Drama, Relapse Prevention, Denial, Forgiveness, Truthfulness, Self-Care, Staying Busy, Stages of Change, Competition, Motivation to Change, Accountability, Self-Esteem, Anger Management, Mood Management, Picking Your Battles, Perception, Self-Awareness, Mindset Maintenance, Time Management, Credit, Personal Finance, Setting Goals, Appreciation, Gratitude, Letting Things Go, and more.

​The Diversion Center’s Outpatient Substance Use Treatment Workbook delivers relevant information and uses the client’s personal experience as a resource to reduce resistance. Through motivational interviewing, new concepts can be linked to already established beliefs and promote exploration or re-evaluation. This is the best workbook for dynamic group discussion and ‘aha’ moments.

Anger Management: Participant Workbook ©2015

The Anger Management: Participant Workbook was designed for a 12-week anger management course, and it covers topics familiar to any counselor. The book is perfect for facilitating group discussion on topics that relate to emotions, including but not limited to anger and depression. The book encourages contemplation about their situation, feelings, triggers, and ways to improve mood management strategies.

The course objectives are:

  • To help you manage and control your responses to anger.
  • Evaluate perception, values, thought management, and conditioning.
  • Help reduce the number of negative outbursts.
  • Prevent emotional hijacking.
  • Promote self-awareness, preventative strategies, social skills, and personal development.

Topics include: Perception, Denial, Stages of Change, Mood Management, Self-Esteem, Anger Management Strategies, Principles, Instant v. Delayed Gratification, Consequences of Anger, Self-Awareness, Decision Making, Time Management, Setting Goals, Self-Care, the Anger Log, and much more.

Anger Management for Christians: Participant Workbook ©2015

This anger management book was especially tailored to our clients who have a firm understanding and belief in God. The book uses scripture to reinforce class discussion and to motivate clients to keep the faith and control their emotions. With over 100 pages and 30+ topics, there is more enough content to facilitate a 12-week program with homework and an anger log.

Topics include: Perception, Denial, Stages of Change, Mood Management, Self-Esteem, Anger Management Strategies, Principles, Instant v. Delayed Gratification, Consequences of Anger, Self-Awareness, Decision Making, Time Management, Setting Goals, Self-Care, the Anger Log, and much more. Most sections include scripture verses that tie the lesson to the bible.

Anger Management for Christians: Participant Workbook ©2015

This anger management book was especially tailored to our clients who have a firm understanding and belief in God. The book uses scripture to reinforce class discussion and to motivate clients to keep the faith and control their emotions. With over 100 pages and 30+ topics, there is more enough content to facilitate a 12-week program with homework and an anger log.

Topics include: Perception, Denial, Stages of Change, Mood Management, Self-Esteem, Anger Management Strategies, Principles, Instant v. Delayed Gratification, Consequences of Anger, Self-Awareness, Decision Making, Time Management, Setting Goals, Self-Care, the Anger Log, and much more. Most sections include scripture verses that tie the lesson to the bible.

How to be Successful With or Without a College Degree ©2016
 (ISBN-10: 163068158X ISBN-13: 978-1630681586)

Many people are taught that a college degree is a direct path to success. This is not necessarily true. A college degree does not guarantee financial stability, happiness, or personal fulfillment. Having less than a college degree, does not assure financial ruin, un-happiness, or a devalued existence.

This book teaches you how to maximize your value regardless of your education level by offering you the principles of success. Mr. Collins gets straight to the point and highlights clear and concise strategies to achieve your desires without all of the page fillers. He challenges you to evaluate your strengths, weaknesses, and habitual tendencies so will always put yourself in a position to win. Mr. Collins offers solutions to doubt, fear, and negative self-talk. He shows you how to develop courage and increase confidence by changing your perception and practicing new behaviors.

This book is your step by step guide to success. If you are serious about achieving success and taking your life to the next level, read this book! This book is perfect for workforce development programs, life skills programs, re-entry and rehabilitative programs, and personal development

Family Violence Intervention Program: Participant Workbook ©2016

The Family Violence Intervention Workbook was created by the Diversion Center to help facilitate FVIP (domestic violence) classes. Domestic Violence Workbook also available. The FVIP Workbook is designed to help counselors like you to facilitate a 24-week FVIP or domestic violence classes and help you connect with your clients in a way that will help them prevent future violence. Domestic Violence is a serious problem, and it should be dealt with seriously.

The objectives of the workbook are to:

  • Understand the roles in domestic violence
  • Help prevent, reduce, and eliminate use of power and control
  • Understand how domestic violence affects children
  • Know what physical, sexual, and verbal/emotional abuse is
  • To help you manage and control your response to anger
  • Change perceptions, values, thought management, and conditioning
  • Help reduce the number of negative outbursts
  • Prevent emotional hijacking
  • Promote self-awareness, preventative strategies, social skills, and personal development
Family Violence Intervention Program: Participant Workbook ©2016

The Family Violence Intervention Workbook was created by the Diversion Center to help facilitate FVIP (domestic violence) classes. Domestic Violence Workbook also available. The FVIP Workbook is designed to help counselors like you to facilitate a 24-week FVIP or domestic violence classes and help you connect with your clients in a way that will help them prevent future violence. Domestic Violence is a serious problem, and it should be dealt with seriously.

The objectives of the workbook are to:

  • Understand the roles in domestic violence
  • Help prevent, reduce, and eliminate use of power and control
  • Understand how domestic violence affects children
  • Know what physical, sexual, and verbal/emotional abuse is
  • To help you manage and control your response to anger
  • Change perceptions, values, thought management, and conditioning
  • Help reduce the number of negative outbursts
  • Prevent emotional hijacking
  • Promote self-awareness, preventative strategies, social skills, and personal development

De-escalating Conflicts: Officer Workbook ©2016

The De-escalating Conflicts: Officer Workbook was designed for an intensive 2-day reflection and training program for Police and Detention Officers in crisis management and intervention. The goal of the program is to decrease the chances that a given situation will escalate out of control, to avoid violent outbursts arising from misunderstandings and quick decision making, and to slow down conversation to avoid escalating of conflicts. The program was developed by Crisis Management Instructor Derek Collins in hopes that police and corrections departments around the country will adopt strict use of force guidelines and increase de-escalation training requirements to reduce national news headlines such as those from cases such as Trayvon Martin and Akai Gurley.

Topics include: Anger, Amygdala hijacking, Anger Management strategies, domestic violence, de-escalation strategies, assertiveness, self-esteem and self-actualization, respect, perception, belief and self-image, truth, fear, self-awareness, mindset maintenance, accountability partners, gratitude, bucket list, and much more. The workbook is 109 pages, and covers 49 topics.

If you have questions about these or any other Counselor Workbooks, Curicula, Coaching, or Consultation offered by the Diversion Center, please Contact Us