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.