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Stop Now and Plan Program

Child Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Parent Management Training

Gender-specific for Ages 6 – 11

Stop Now and Plan Program

Stop Now And Plan (SNAP®), is an evidence-based behavioral model that provides a framework for teaching children struggling with disruptive behavior issues, and their parents, effective emotional regulation, self-control and problem-solving skills. The primary goal of SNAP is to keep children in school and out of trouble by helping them make better choices “in the moment.”

Check out this video testimonial from one of our SNAP Parents here!

SNAP Boys

SNAP Boys is a family-focused, early intervention program for boys who are engaging in problematic, aggressive, antisocial behavior and/or have come into contact with authority figures. The program aims to prevent antisocial behavior and reduce the chance of future conflict with authorities through timely and effective early intervention. Experienced and highly-trained SNAP staff work with parents to assess problems and create and evaluate treatment/action plans.

Key Components:

  • SNAP Boys Club – A structured group that meets weekly for 13 weeks and teaches boys self-control, problem-solving, and emotion-regulation skills.
  • A concurrent SNAP Parenting (SNAPP) Group that teaches parents effective child management strategies.
  • One-on-one family counseling based on the SNAPP Skills Guide.
  • Individual counseling and mentoring for boys who require extra support.
  • School advocacy and teacher support.

SNAP Girls

SNAP Girls is a family-focused, early intervention program for girls exhibiting early disruptive behavior problems at home, school, and in their community. The program is similar to the SNAP Boys program, but there are important differences based on research and best practices for treating girl aggression. In SNAP Girls, for example, there is greater emphasis on communication and relationship-building.Key Components:

  • SNAP Girls Club – A structured group that meets weekly for 13 weeks and teaches girls techniques to achieve emotion-regulation, self-control, realistic thinking, and problem-solving skills.
  • A concurrent SNAP Parenting (SNAPP) Group that teaches parents effective child management strategies.
  • One-on-one family counseling based on the SNAPP Skills Guide.
  • Individual counseling and mentoring for girls who require extra support.
  • Girls Growing up Healthy – The caregiver-daughter group aims to strengthen this essential relationship at the critical pre-teen stage, and to address issues related to physical development and healthy relationships. Offered after completion of SNAP program.
  • School advocacy and teacher support.
To participate in SNAP, fill out our referral form here and email it to Greg.Farmer@CCYS.org.