New York, NY (PressExposure) February 25, 2013 -- Prison Coach has reinvented the prison consulting industry again by welcoming Dr. C Tyrone Jennings to the Prison Coach team ( http://www.prisoncoach.com ). President Steve Oberfest states "Dr. Jennings role as Director of Mental Health is extremely vital in that prior to self-surrendering and upon reentry into society our client's mental health is extremely important. Prison Coach is the most respected and first company to begin prison consulting and it's important that we continue setting the standard for all prison consultants who are popping up throughout the country."
Dr. Jennings explained his role and objective as the Prison Coach Director of Mental Health Services "Through the Prison Coach mental health component, it will allow me to introduce to the offender, how to survive emotionally, psychologically, mentally and therapeutically , utilizing concepts of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Behavioral Modification, De-Escalation Strategies, Systematic Desensitization (SD), and Rational-Emotive Behavioral Therapy. These are but a minuscule approach to the development, re-shaping and modification of one's cognition and application of pro-social values and socially acceptable thought automation."
Vice President John Fuller stated "Prison Consulting is about ensuring that Vietnam Veterans, substance abusers, white collar professionals and others who have led criminal lifestyles receive proper pre and post incarceration treatmentp; particularly if there is a history of drug and alcohol abuse. Dr. Tyrone Jennings is the best person on the planet to provide such." Fuller further stated "Too many Prison Consultant companies have surfaced since we began and make false promises to reduce sentences by filing 2255 Motions for ineffective assistance of counsel against their attorneys. They should focus on the client's mental and emotional well-being and leave the legal work to attorneys who are equipped to handle those matters." Oberfest stated "By the time that motion is filed and responded by the Circuit Court a client could have committed suicide due to a condition linked to criminality such as antisocial personality disorder, impulse contr ol disorders which are linked to criminal behaviors where as effective preparation might have prepared them to cope with prison if their case were denied. This position is right up Dr. Jennings alley."
As prison consultants, Oberfest and Fuller spend a majority of their time public speaking at high schools, colleges and corporation. Volunteering their time to speak with troubled youth in inner cities is equally important to them. Dr. Jennings will play a pivotal role in that area also.
Oberfest, Fuller and Jennings are expected to speak with "At Risk Youths" on February 27, 2013 at the Belmont Academy located at 631 Belmont Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11207.
For more information about "Prison Coach and Dr. C Tyrone Jennings PhD", visit their website http://www.prisoncoach.com