Tuesday, October 29, 2019

The Benefits of Leaving Addiction Behind

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Addiction is a huge challenge to overcome, but it can be done. As difficult as it is to confront, there are just as many reasons to persevere and come through on the other side with a new lease on life.
At AIC. American Integrity Courses, LLC, we offer several courses to help you deal with addictions and reap the benefits of leaving them behind. With these courses you will be on the road to freeing yourself from the clutches of addiction and directing your own destiny. You will physically feel better and mentally you will be in charge of your situation.
Our interactive programs allow you to get a full grasp of the physical and psychological effects of drug and alcohol addiction. You will learn about toxicity of various substances and also gain understanding of the science of addiction.
You will additionally learn preventative measures that will help you avoid a relapse into old habits while applying positive thinking to enhance decision making. Along the way, you will also gain information about drug-use patterns and learn about personal development plans.
Our online drug abuse courses are accepted by 99.9% percent of courts across the nation for judge-ordered training and designed to provide all the information you need without having to attend a course at a physical classroom location.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

What a John School Diversion Program Can Teach You

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Once the court orders you to attend educational training after being convicted of soliciting the services of a prostitute, a program otherwise known as “John school,” this intervention must be completed within a set amount of time to comply with the court order.
It’s beneficial to take the course to not only comply with the judge’s directive but to also learn and grow as a person. There is a lot that can be discovered from a John school diversion program. This is one of the newest courses we offer.
This course encourages you to take a good look inside yourself and at your situation to consider how you ended up here. It directs you toward self-discovery so you can assess if there are any deep-seated needs within yourself that you are trying to fill with anonymous sexual interactions. You will also benefit by learning to look at sex workers not as objects but as people, as fellow individuals who are deserving of dignity and respect. Also, you will learn about the cost to society as a whole from prostitution.
The courses we offer at AIC. American Integrity Courses, LLC, are not only affordable, but they also meet legal requirements to comply with the court. In fact, our courses are 99.9% guaranteed to be approved by courts nationwide.

Friday, September 27, 2019

Developing an Anger Management Control Plan

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Anger is a strong emotion that can lead to negative experiences if left unmanaged. For those who struggle with their tempers, it is essential to come up with a plan for managing anger. While techniques for controlling one’s temper are often related in court-ordered anger management classes, there are some simple tips you can follow today to gain control of your temper.

First, learn to relax. There are many ways of achieving relaxation, including deep breathing and visualizing happy, peaceful scenes. Anger is a mental state, and achieving mastery over it means gaining control of your thoughts.

Second, reach out to others for help. Friends and family are an excellent means of support when you are struggling with anger. Listen to their advice and suggestions. You may find that their experiences and the knowledge they’ve gained can help you address your anger issues.

Finally, create a strong plan for addressing your anger. Think actively about ways to control it every day. When you do lose your temper, consider the reasons why you lost it and come up with a plan to avoid doing so the next time that circumstance arises. Controlling your anger may seem challenging, but with active effort and a focused mind, you can learn to manage it.

Friday, September 20, 2019

Learn More About Available Online Drug Abuse Courses

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Drug abuse is a serious problem that can affect every aspect of a person’s life. The difficulties that addiction and abuse can introduce are numerous and can quickly spiral out of control. Fortunately, there are many resources available to help those dealing with drug-related problems.

Online drug abuse courses are one option for those who need assistance. With such a broad range of courses available, it’s easy to find one that’s right for an individual’s particular needs. What’s important to remember is that dealing with drug abuse should be a proactive process. No one can force someone who is abusing drugs to seek out helpful resources; they have to want it for themselves.

A Brighter Future Awaits
Drug abuse can be overcome. By taking an online course, a person can learn how to deal with their addiction and address the daily cravings that lead them to abuse drugs. By taking advantage of the many courses offered today, someone who is caught in the cycle of abuse and addiction can break free.

A better future is waiting for those who are willing to take the next step. It all starts by exploring available resources. Online courses are a legitimate and highly convenient option.

The online drug abuse course at AIC. American Integrity Courses is court-approved. Learn more at AmericanIntegrityCourses.com

Monday, September 9, 2019

Avoiding Impulsive Decision Making

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Impulsivity is dangerous and often harmful. When we don’t think about our decisions, we don’t allow ourselves the time to consider the effects they might have on others and ourselves. A decision making course can certainly help with this type of behavior. There are also a few simple tips you can start following today.

First, consider the facts of your situation. Disregard your emotions and think about the actions and reactions involved. Looking at things logically and slowing your decision process down can be helpful.

Second, reach out to someone you trust for advice. Choose a levelheaded, rational individual who you know will give you honest advice. Wise counsel can be of the utmost value.

Finally, consider the other side of your decision. Think about its potential effects, along with how the other persons involved may feel. Seeing things from someone else’s perspective can be difficult, but it’s often very helpful.

The Benefits of a Considered Approach
Slowing things down and carefully thinking about your choices helps to ensure you won’t regret them later. By taking a careful, logical approach, you can protect yourself and others. Make decisions with confidence, knowing you have given them the careful consideration they deserve.

Saturday, September 7, 2019

Curbing the Urge to Steal

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When it comes to ending your desire to steal, there are a few things you can do. If you have already gotten in trouble with the law for stealing, you may be required to take court-ordered classes. If this is the case, try to approach these classes with an open mind. Recognize that this is not strictly a punishment for your actions, but rather a way to help you avoid such behaviors in the future

If you are trying to cease stealing behaviors on your own, the first step is to recognize that you have a problem with theft. People steal for different reasons. Some do it for the thrill. Others do it to try to feel better about their situation by taking what they want.

You must recognize the negative effect that stealing has on others. Try to imagine how you would feel if someone stole something from you. Thinking in an empathetic way like this is an excellent place to start.

A Brighter Future
The good news is you don’t have to go on stealing. You can enjoy a future free of theft, as well as the guilt and numerous negative consequences that go with it. Stop taking from others and reclaim your life from this harmful behavior.

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Dos and Don'ts of Anger Management

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When you’re obligated to take court-ordered anger management classes for the first time, you may not know what to expect. You might even feel apprehension, shame, or anxiety at the prospect of discussing your anger candidly. However, it’s important to keep in mind that you’ll be learning in a judgement-free environment, especially if you take an online course. Below are a few tips we’ve gathered to help you get the most out of your experience.


- Keep an open mind. You’ve probably seen anger management classes portrayed on TV and in movies. Your experience will likely be very different from these portrayals. Go in with as few expectations as possible — flexibility is key. This way, you’ll be more receptive to the new information you’ll receive.

- Understand that anger is normal. Everyone gets angry sometimes. It’s a normal, healthy emotion that helps us protect ourselves in different situations. It is a tool that can be used productively, as well as destructively.

- Remember you’re not alone. Intense, uncontrollable anger is a very common problem. You’re not alone in experiencing these feelings. Because many people struggle with anger, there are many different treatments available — and that’s good news.


- Blame others for your anger. We can’t control what others say or do. All we can do is try to control our own feelings. We’re entirely responsible for our actions and words.

- Try to speed through the course. Anger management courses offer valuable resources and advice for people struggling with rage. You’ll likely learn something new about yourself and anger in general.

- Vent to friends and family. Sharing your feelings with others can be helpful, but only when you learn to do so in a productive way. Simply complaining or putting yourself and others down isn’t a productive way to manage your anger.

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

How to Move Forward after Being Arrested for Solicitation of Sex Work

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When you’re arrested, it’s hard to think about moving forward — especially when your crime involves soliciting sex from a sex worker. Sex crimes carry a unique stigma that can be difficult and painful to overcome. For that reason, many people struggle to move on even after they’ve paid their dues. Here are some steps you can take to confront that sense of shame and give yourself a better chance at moving forward:

1. Attend therapy. Talking about your experiences with a mental health professional can help you glean insight into your motivations and fears. Many people report a sense of relief following therapy sessions, during which they’re able to air their worries and get concrete advice for improving their behaviors and outlooks.

2. Enroll in a diversion program. Registering for a John school diversion program may be required as part of your court-ordered reparations. Even if you are not obligated to do so, registering can help you understand the negative effects that sex work has on its workers, their clients, and the communities in which they live.

3. Keep yourself busy. If you’re worried about relapsing or find yourself fixating on your past, finding a new hobby can help take your mind off your concerns. Join a local club, start learning a new language, or pick up an old interest that you used to enjoy.

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

How to Remain In Good Standing with the Law after a Court Ordered Class

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When you have been directed by the court to complete a course, such as decision making or anger management, then that is an opportunity to solidify your standing as a law-abiding citizen.

Once you complete an online course, like the ones offered at AIC. American Integrity Courses, you will be able to stay on the good side of the law by accessing and applying all of the skills, techniques, and coping mechanisms you have learned during your studies.

Some high-quality courses also provide materials that you can use even after you are finished the course. Workbooks are a valuable resource to have and refer to on occasion if you find yourself in a situation which calls upon your newfound skills.

Not all court-ordered classes are created equal. Some are in physical classrooms and require you to alter your schedule to attend them. The most efficient choice, so you can quickly complete your course and meet the conditions imposed by the court, is to take an online course.

Once you’ve taken an online class, you can also fully adhere to the court conditions by forwarding a copy of your completion certificate to the appropriate officials as proof that you successfully finished. This shows that you are working hard to comply with the court order and fully remain within the bounds of the law.

Get the Most Out of Your Court-Ordered Decision-Making Course

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If you have been ordered by the court to take a decision-making course, it is in your best interest to complete it as soon as possible. In this way, you’ve shown your sincerity regarding self-improvement and meeting all conditions imposed by the judge. Also, if you take the course as soon as possible, there is no risk of setting it aside and having it forgotten in the demands inherent in a busy modern life.

Make sure the course you choose is appropriate in the eyes of the justice system. At AIC. American Integrity Courses, our courses are accepted in 99.9% of jurisdictions across the United States and recognized internationally. This means that you won’t waste your time by taking a course that is rejected by court officials as inappropriate or insufficient.

Online courses are very convenient as you can complete them on your own schedule rather than having to take time away from work or other commitments to sit in a classroom and do the required work. Pay by credit card, and you can begin course work right away.

One very effective way of getting the greatest benefit from the course is by taking the lessons from it and applying them to your daily life. Reflect on what you learn and sincerely attempt to act on the information. Not only will this help prevent a repeat offense, but it will vastly improve your life. Don’t just take the course to get it over with, learn from the experience. 

When you’re finished, simply download your course completion certificate and forward it to interested court officials.

Bullying and Juvenile Anger Management

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Bullying is a serious problem among school-aged children and adolescents, with the effects of it found in schools all across America. Administrators and teachers work hard to prevent and stop physical or verbal bullying before it even has the chance to start.

It is a fact that children who are bullied experience real suffering that can interfere with their social and emotional development, as well as their school performance. Often, children and adolescents who bully thrive on controlling or dominating others. But why do kids become bullies?

There are several reasons why kids bully others. Problems at home are often the cause of the learned behavior. Also, personality types that are aggressive, impulsive, dominating, and lacking empathy and social skills are known to bully. Today, children and teens are more stressed than ever, with some of them acting out their frustrations on others. Additionally, research has shown that teens that are overconfident and feel they are smarter, taller, richer, more popular, or better looking than others will be cruel. Finally, a major reason bullies bully is because of their own insecurities. By harassing another, they think they will impress their friends and peers, making them more popular.

If your child is bullying others and is required to enroll in court-ordered anger management classes, our juvenile anger management, bullying, and cyberbullying course will help students better understand their anger so they can make healthy and successful choices and build strong relationships. Visit our website at AmericanIntegrityCourses.com to learn more and to enroll today.

5 Tips To Prevent Teens From Texting and Driving

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One of the leading causes of car accidents today is from texting and driving. In this age of technology, where we feel the need to be glued to our phone and accessible 24/7, not enough caution is taken regarding driving and phone usage. Sure, we're often told not the text and drive, but all too often teens and even parents are doing it anyway.

Parents of new drivers worry endlessly when their teens start driving. Instilling safe driving habits also means discussing texting and driving and laying out your rules and expectations to keep them safe. It's never easy to talk to a teen about their safety and make them appreciate just how serious the topic is, but these tips are a good starting point for your discussion.

1. Turn the volume and vibration settings off to avoid the temptation to grab the phone when you hear it ring, chime, or vibrate.

2. Keep the phone out of reach and out of sight to ensure you won't be checking it for messages or calls.
3. Pull over and park if it's urgent that you send a message or answer an incoming call. If an issue is not important enough to pull over, it is not important enough to risk your life over.   

4. Parents must lead by example when it comes to distracted driving. You can't expect your teen to abide by your rules when you aren't in the car with them if you are taking calls or texting while driving.

5. Enroll in a safety course that focuses on texting and driving and how to avoid distracted driving. At American Integrity Courses, we know just how important this topic is. We are currently designing a texting and driving course that will benefit those who need to take court-ordered classes on the subject, or for anyone who wants to learn more about this important safety topic. Contact us today at 963-333-0087 for more information. 

Friday, May 3, 2019

Recognizing Signs of Anger Management Problems

Do you often find yourself angry or acting out violently to situations that maybe don't warrant such a huge emotional outburst? While it’s important that anger doesn’t get bottled up, maintaining control over your anger is crucial to keeping your cool and ensures that outward expressions of anger doesn’t negatively impact your relationships.

Anger is an entirely natural emotion, but how you deal with these feelings when you've been mistreated or wronged is important. When your anger turns to violence and causes harm to yourself or others, your anger management difficulties can lead to broken relations, loss of a job, or legal troubles.

Be on the lookout for the following behavior patterns attributed to anger management difficulties:
·         Ignoring people or refusing to speak to them
·         Problems with expressing emotions in a calm and healthy way
·         Struggle to compromise or come to an agreement without getting angry
·         Outward aggression including shouting, swearing, or being physically violent
·         Becoming especially angry or violent when consuming alcohol
·         Substance abuse or addiction

If you struggle to control your anger and have found yourself in legal troubles that require you to enroll in court-ordered anger management classes, AIC. American Integrity Courses is here to help. Visit AmericanIntegrityCourses.com to learn more about our anger management classes and all of our online education courses.

Monday, April 22, 2019

Why Court Ordered Classes Can Be A Positive

Today, court ordered classes are a common practice for first-time offenders, as opposed to a judge ordering jail time or hefty fines. Education classes are a chance to learn something new and to change your behavior positively. Court ordered classes can give you a new lease on life and allow you to continue to be a productive member of society, as opposed to a prison inmate.
Court ordered classes might present themselves as punishment for your wrongdoing, but if you stop to think about it, you might see them for the blessing that they are. Whether you have an ongoing battle with alcohol addiction, drug abuse, or domestic violence, the "punishment" of court-ordered education classes can be an opportunity for you to get the counseling and support you need to improve yourself.

At AIC. American Integrity Courses we have worked diligently to create an extensive line of education courses that will help you to learn, grow, and prosper. We are dedicated to providing friendly and compassionate customer service while helping you find success with our programs. If you're uncertain of the specific course or time allotment you should be enrolling in, call us. You can expect a professional, welcoming, and courteous voice on the other end of the call. Our number one goal is to help you succeed in our court-ordered classes and achieve your goals. 

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Use this opportunity to look for the good in the situation and improve your life for the better. Contact us today to learn more about our online education courses.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

How Keeping A Positive Attitude Helps

Learning how to deal with stress productively, while maintaining a positive attitude, can help you have a better perspective as you go about your days. But for those with a short fuse, positive thinking and stress management can also help you learn to control your temper. Positive thinking makes such a big difference in our lives, particularly for our happiness and well-being. Everyone has bad days, but the positivity we are talking about is having more optimistic thoughts than negative thoughts daily.

A positive attitude can help change your life for the better. Through AIC. American Integrity Courses our online anger management courses teach people how to control their thoughts and emotions in order to improve their life.

If your goal is to change your outlook and improve your attitude for the better you can work on developing the habit of positive thinking with these tips:
ü  Be optimistic and expect more positive outcomes instead of negative ones
ü  Appreciate what you already have as opposed to focusing on what you do not
ü  Find reasons to smile more often
ü  Engage in recreational activities that bring you joy
ü  Keep a thought journal for reflection
ü  Follow a healthy lifestyle
ü  Exercise at least three times a week
ü  Surround yourself with other positive-minded, happy people

AIC. American Integrity Courses offers online anger management courses that can help you learn healthy coping mechanisms and change your negative attitude into a positive outlook on life. Enroll today at AmericanIntegrityCourses.com.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

What Are The Benefits Of An Online Drug and Alcohol Course?

Depending on the details of your particular case, the judge may have ordered you to enroll in an online drug and alcohol course as part of your punishment. This offer has the potential to allow you to avoid jail time or to have the charges dropped entirely upon successful completion of the course. If this is the case for you, this is a turning point and a golden opportunity to better your life and move past whatever brought you to this crossroads.

Another benefit to an online drug and alcohol course is that it doesn't interrupt your life the way an in-person course would. For a lot of people, taking off work isn't an option. With an online course, you don't need to. This way, you can continue working and living your life while taking your required course hours.

Online drug and alcohol courses through AIC. American Integrity Courses can be beneficial to you for a number of reasons. First, as we mentioned, the online course minimizes the disruption to your life. It allows you to take the courses whenever you have time in your day. Second, our courses are reasonably priced. For a four hour course, you'll pay as little as $22. Third, we offer instant proof of completion. When you finish your course, you will be emailed a certificate of completion immediately.

While an online drug and alcohol course may feel like a punishment, consider it a second chance that will allow you to improve upon your past indiscretions and work towards a brighter future. Contact AIC. American Integrity Courses to get started today.

Friday, March 8, 2019

How To Make Better Decisions In Your Life

Life is filled with choices. Whether you're deciding about a new job you've been offered that requires relocating or how you'll spend your money, making tough decisions happen at some point in everyone's life.

Good decision making is about using critical thinking to weigh the pros and cons of your choice in order to arrive at the decision that's best for you. Making choices can be scary. What happens if you make the wrong one? What will the immediate ramifications be if you make the wrong decision? What are the long-term consequences of making a bad decision?

First, be aware of what you want. The best way to make a decision is by knowing what your goals are. Ask yourself some critical questions. Will this negatively affect my life? Is this the direction I want to go? Whether you're making a choice about your relationship, your family, your job, or your general well-being, every decision you make should be made with your best interest in mind.

Unfortunately, it's very easy to make poor decisions when not utilizing critical thinking and considering the short and long-term benefits and consequences, or when acting on emotion only. If you've been ordered by a judge to enroll in a decision-making course, AIC. American Integrity Courses offers court-approved courses for juveniles and adults. These courses will teach you how to make good decisions that direct your destiny and fulfill your goals and dreams. Enroll today by visiting our website. 

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Steps for Success with AIC. American Integrity Courses

Have you been instructed by a judge to take court-ordered education courses online? Whether you've been ordered to take an online drug and alcohol course, a decision-making course or any of the other courses we offer, enrolling in our online courses can help you to meet your court requirements. Are you unsure how to begin the process? We have compiled the following guide to help you complete your courses through AIC. American Integrity Courses.

Step 1 - If required, print out the form verifying our nationally recognized courses for the presiding judge or court official to sign off on in advance of starting your course.

Step 2 - Enroll in the course you need, which is found under the courses tab. Select the number of required hours and follow the instructions for purchasing.

Step 3 - Begin the course you've chosen. You may start the course at your convenience and return to it at a later time. After logging in for the first time, locate the workbook at the top of the page and print it. Be sure to carefully read each slide, answer the exam questions, and complete the workbook.

Step 4 - Once you've completed the course materials you should take the final exam. You can then print your personalized Certification of Completion and Summary Report.

Upon completion of the course material and successfully passing the exam, you will present the judge with proof of completion. Review our full list of course details and contact us with any questions you have regarding our offerings. Don't see a class you need? We'll build one for you. Call us at 936-333-0087 today.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Effective Problem Solving Tools

Problem-solving and decision making go hand in hand. You cannot solve a problem without making a decision. However, when you have trouble making decisions, problem-solving can be especially tricky. There are typically two types of decision makers - those who take a rational, systematic approach to problem-solving and those who use intuition, or their emotions and gut instinct, in deciding what's right.

While we're often told to follow our gut when it comes to making important life decisions,  it's helpful to approach the topic using both rational and intuitive approaches. Here we lay out a six-step approach for effective problem-solving.

ü  Identify the problem
ü  Search for alternatives
ü  Weigh the alternatives
ü  Make a choice
ü  Implement the choice
ü  Evaluate the results

Developing good decision-making skills is something we all need to learn and continue to improve upon. If you've been ordered by a court to take a decision-making course, enroll today in AIC. American Integrity Courses online courses. Decision making plays a vital role in everyone's life. Working on and improving your decision-making skills will help you in all areas of your life.  Visit our website to learn more and to enroll in AIC. American Integrity Courses today.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence and Abuse with Intervention

Every year, more than 10 million men and women experience emotional abuse, verbal abuse, sexual abuse, and more. That’s 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men. Domestic violence and abuse are toxic to a relationship. If, for whatever reason, things have escalated in your relationship to the point of physical or verbal abuse and you've been ordered by a judge to receive education for this issue, AIC.American Integrity Courses offers courses that can help improve the skills you need to communicate more effectively, develop stress management techniques, improve impulse control and much more.

The long-term effects of domestic violence are far-reaching and often devastating for victims. This cycle can end with help. Intervention for domestic abuse offenders can help you to cope with the issues you are personally having and can lead to repaired relationships with your loved ones. Through the understanding and acceptance of the cycle of abuse, your issues can be treated. Getting help is the most critical step for both the victim and the abuser. We hope that through education, we can start you down that path to a better life!

Allow us to educate you on domestic abuse through our domestic violence and abuse courses. Our domestic violence online course ranges from a four-hour course to 52-hours, depending on your requirements. Enroll today and get started on the road to healing and happiness.