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Unlike Any Other Men’s Program

Our program helps men act emotionally safe for their wives. 

Many men exhibit abusive behavior without even knowing it.

Tools & Strategies That Eliminate Abusive Behavior

  • Identifying abusive thought patterns & behaviors
  • Reframing core beliefs
  • Surrendering to reality, rather than living in fantasy
  • Recognizing there is ONE truth, rather than two sides of the story
  • Behavior change processes with a focus on peace
  • Learning to contribute, not contaminate
  • Creating power statements instead of excuses
  • Genuinely caring for & protecting your wife – no grooming
  • Preparing & executing a Living Amends Plan

    The Only Program That Pays You Back

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    • Attend all 50-minute group sessions.
    • Attend all scheduled individual sessions.
    • Complete all the program requirements.

    Program Prerequisites

    • Email Coach Joi to see if you’re a candidate.
    • Submit your payment. 
    • Complete the intake form.

    Program Requirements

    • No missed group or individual sessions.
    • Complete required activities.

    Program Details

    Phase I: 12 Weeks
    Separate Individual Sessions for Husband & Wife
    Group Sessions – M,T,W,Th at 7PM EST USA (4 x week)
    Phase II: 24 Weeks
    Separate Individual Sessions for Husband & Wife
    Group Sessions – M/W or T/Th 6PM EST USA (2 x week)
    Phase III: 12 Weeks 
    Group Session – Th 8PM EST USA (1 x week)

    Schedule

    • Next start date is October 4, 2021.
    • Cut off date for program (payment needs to arrive by) October 1, 2021.
    • Payment secures your spot for the entire year-long program.
    • We often have a wait list for the next available start date. Spots go quickly.
    • When you email Coach Joi, she’ll set up a paid consultation to see if you’re a good fit for the program. If you’re a good fit, Joi will send you details.

    FAQ

    I don't see where to sign up?

    Email joi@cenfp.org to set up a paid consultation. This consultation will determine if you're a good fit for the program.

    What can I expect from this program?

    You can expect to be given tools to help you recognize the damage abusive behaviors cause. You will receive tools to reframe your abusive thought processes and patterns and learn to make peaceful choices. 

    How many individual sessions should I sign up for?

    Your individual sessions for husband and wife for the first 36 weeks are included in the price.

    Can I use my insurance?

    We will not bill your insurance company, however you may use HSA funds to pay for your program or request reimbursement. You'll need to check with your insurance, as some providers do not provide reimbursement.

    What If I need to miss a session?

    Attendance is required. Make-up sessions are not available. Men who don't attend their sessions will be removed from the program with no refund.

    Can I get a refund if I don't like it? Or if I change my mind?

    No. All payments are non-refundable. Since your payment reserves your spot for an entire year, no one else can take your place if you quit.

    What kind of follow-up programs will you offer?

    After you complete the year long program, men have the option of continuing to participate in a weekly group session.

    About Coach Joi, APSATS, BCC, CSMF, PRC, CAS, MAAC, DVS

    Joi is the Clinical Director of Betrayal Trauma Recovery & Center For Peace. She is a professional abuse and betrayal trauma coach with 25 years experience. She specializes in helping men recognize abusive behaviors and entitlement thinking. As a betrayal trauma coach, she helps women navigate the abuse & set boundaries for emotional, physical, and sexual safety.

    Joi’s goal is that ALL abusive behaviors stop, including gaslighting and manipulation. During the recovery process, Joi empowers the victim to hold healthy boundaries. It’s Joi’s life mission to help men exhibiting abusive behaviors stop, make restitution for the harm they’ve caused, and become a center for peace.

    Joi holds a Masters in Addiction Counseling (MAAC), with an emphasis on multiple behavioral addictions. She is also a certified Marriage and Family Life Educator, trained by BYU-I & Aspen Family Wellness (BCC). She holds additional certifications through The American Association for Sex Addiction Therapy (PRC), The Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists (APSATS CPC), Domestic Violence Specialist (DVS), and is a Certified Symbis Marriage Facilitator (CSMF), and she directs the Certified Abuse Specialist Program at Center for Peace (CAS).