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The Stop Drop and Think radio show is a one of a kind radio experience that focuses on the latest developments in the field of forensic counseling. The goal of the show is to inform and educate offenders, the public, and those who work with offenders about the many issues involved in preventing recidivism. Your guide on this adventure is Benjamin Motley who has committed his life to improving community safety and reducing offender recidivism.

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On todays show we will review the concept of the Man Box. This idea was created by Tony Porter who is with the group A Call to Men. The Man Box is a way of understanding how males in our society are often educated to act out in... more

Today's topic will be Non-violent Communication. With NVC we learn to hear our own deeper needs and those of others. Through its emphasis on deep listening—to ourselves as well as others—NVC helps us discover... more

On todays show we will be defining what a psychopath is and how to manage them when you have to. We will be talking a little about the psychopath check list, and providing some examples of how they impact the legal system.

On todays who we will take last weeks episode and apply some of the theoretical concepts we discussed in to action in developing mindfulness exercises for offenders.

On todays show we discuss the growing field of mindfulness training and how to use it with offenders. We will review what mindfulness is, why it works, and steps to take in implementing it into your working with offenders.

On todays show we will be playing a pre-recorded interview with an ex-gang member who will be sharing why he joined a gang, what his experiences were like and what we need to do to keep our kids and communities gang free.

On todays who we will review methods for assessing substance use with offenders and the role it plays in offending behavior

On todays show we will be replaying an interview with South Carolina's 16th Circuit Solicitor Kevin Brackett.

On todays show we will be talking to semi-retired family court Judge Henry Woods. We will be hearing about his experiences and the lessons he has learned from behind the bench in working with juvenile offenders.

This week we will be replaying part II of our our sex offender interview. Be sure to tune in to learn more about why this offender offended and what you can do to increase safety in your community.