Moral Reconation Therapy Certification Training
Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT)is the premiere cognitive-behavioral program for substance abuse treatment and for criminal justice offenders. Developed in 1985 by Gregory Little, Ed.D., and Kenneth Robinson, Ed.D., more than 120 published reports have documented that MRT-treated offenders show significantly lower recidivism for periods as long as 20 years after treatment. Studies show MRT-treated offenders have rearrest and reincarcertion rates 25% to 75% lower than expected.
Correctional Counseling, Inc., has developed MRT-based programming for individuals with chronic substance abuse problems, anger management and domestic violence issues, and much more.
MRT training consists of a five-day, 32-hour initial course. King County MHCADSD is sponsoring this training for staff of agencies contracted to King County for treatment services. Individual who are not connected with a King County treatment agency please contact Correctional Counseling Inc. at firstname.lastname@example.org or (901) 360-1564 prior to registering.
Individual who register for MRT training need to be committed to attend all four training days.
Yesler Building 2nd Floor
King County MHCADSD, Public Health, & Bellevue College ALDAC
Department of Community and Human Services