UI-CERB (Cognitive, Emotion Regulation, and Behavioral skills) Program
UI-CERB is an educational program for students who have been found responsible for sexual misconduct, dating violence, or stalking. The purpose of the program is to prevent reoccurrence by increasing the use of respectful, adaptive, healthy behaviors in relationships. Facilitators work one-on-one to guide a student to make different choices and to engage in behaviors consistent with the student’s personal values. Students develop Cognitive, Emotion Regulation, and Behavioral skills to observe and work with their own thoughts and feelings, as well as improve their ability to communicate and resolve conflicts.
UI-CERB is completed in approximately 16 sessions with a trained facilitator. Each session is approximately one hour long.
UI-CERB may not be used as a replacement for court-ordered domestic violence counseling.
For more information, or to make arrangements to complete the UI-CERB program, contact OSMRC.